Your Walt Disney World Information Station
Page 3 of 5 FirstFirst 12345 LastLast
Results 31 to 45 of 71
WDW Theme Parks Discuss What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit? in the Vacation Planning forums; Buying WDW Baseballs!!...
  1. #31
    trickster's Avatar
    trickster is offline Hakuna Matata!!... It means no worries!!
    Join Date
    Mar 2005
    Location
    Lancaster - NW England
    Posts
    45,918

    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    Buying WDW Baseballs!!
    Rich

    "Most of my life I have done what I wanted to do. I have had fun on the job.
    I have never been able to confine that fun to office hours." ~ Walt Disney

  2. #32
    disneylady's Avatar
    disneylady is offline REMEMBERING THE MAGIC
    Join Date
    Feb 2006
    Location
    ENGLAND UK
    Posts
    2,202

    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    Having a photo done with the Partners Statue in front of the Castle.
    ............... & Buying loads of Fridge Magnets

    I Belle
    Maggie



  3. #33
    Zipadeedooda's Avatar
    Zipadeedooda is offline Fastpass Holder
    Join Date
    Oct 2006
    Location
    Not close enough to the magic
    Posts
    566

    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    Well i got a few: i always buy pins at the Disney Pin Trading center in DTD
    have breakfast at Starrring Rolls'
    take a picture infront of the castle
    Noah

    Where Magic Lives

    "its a glorious three hour finale I call A Tribute to all Nations but Mostly AMERICA!"

    "Now approaching Tomorrowland's Space Mountain"

  4. #34
    DisneyDude91's Avatar
    DisneyDude91 is offline A-Ticket holder
    Join Date
    Mar 2009
    Posts
    17

    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    Buying Mickey lolipops! Those are sooo delicious! BTW When did they change the flavors? Blueberry was my favorite flavor!

    Some imagination, huh?

  5. #35
    trickster's Avatar
    trickster is offline Hakuna Matata!!... It means no worries!!
    Join Date
    Mar 2005
    Location
    Lancaster - NW England
    Posts
    45,918

    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    In Epcot - Having a Pint of Boddingtons at the Rose & Crown!

    (Even if it is servered slightly colder than it would be here!!)
    Rich

    "Most of my life I have done what I wanted to do. I have had fun on the job.
    I have never been able to confine that fun to office hours." ~ Walt Disney

  6. #36
    VivaWDW.com's Avatar
    VivaWDW.com is offline B-Ticket Holder
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Location
    Richmond, Tx
    Posts
    71

    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    Since my boys were very young when we our obsession with Disney.. Our traditions are linked to activities that were available to us when they were young. Of course, we’ve started new traditions but the following are consistently mandatory:

    - Always plan for 2 Days at MK,1 day each for the other parks
    - Ride the Train first, Barnstormer, Space Ranger Spin, Small World, Peter Pan, Triceratop spin
    - Main street Cinnamon Roll on the way out of the park
    - Crystal Palace, Hollywood and Vine, Cosmic Rays Star Lite Café, Playhouse Disney
    - 1 Day at Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach
    - Buy the same shirts to wear on the 2nd MK visit
    - Resort Arcade
    - Magic Express and Disney Transportation
    Mario P.
    °o° VivaWDW.com : My Personal/Random WDW Musings °o°



    5/'11 :9 Days @ Contemporary Tower - TPV | Star Wars Weekends
    6/'10 :8 Days @ Contemporary Tower - TPV | Star Wars Weekends
    8/'09 :7 Days @ All Star Movies - Toy Story
    10/'07 :6 Days @ All Star Movies - Fantasia | MNSSHP
    10/'06 :5 Days @ All Star Movies - Dalmations | MNSSHP

  7. #37
    laura_<3 is offline A-Ticket holder
    Join Date
    May 2010
    Posts
    3

    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    Chocolate covered marshmallows from The Scary Apothecary at the Studios. Yummy!

  8. #38
    bethinthesun's Avatar
    bethinthesun is offline A-Ticket holder
    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Posts
    43

    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    Our first ride is ALWAYS Pirates.
    You unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension - a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. You're moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas.

  9. #39
    Park Hopper Dad's Avatar
    Park Hopper Dad is offline Fastpass Holder
    Join Date
    Oct 2008
    Location
    good ole southern boy.....
    Posts
    748

    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    Since its opening,we have had a tradition of eating at Earl of Sandwich at Downtown Disney Marketplace,at least once while there.Great sandwiches at a great price,$5.00 per sandwich.All sandwiches are unique to Earl's,cause I haven't found any of their sandwiches at any other establishment,and probably won't.
    Park Hopper Dad!

  10. #40
    GirlStar613's Avatar
    GirlStar613 is offline Queen of Couture
    Join Date
    Feb 2005
    Location
    The Big Apple
    Posts
    687

    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    after reading some of everyones traditions i remembered more of my family's. we always walk through Adventureland and ride Jungle Cruise first thing, then my dad and I will go on Splash Mt. We always see Indy bc it's my bro's fave and we used to try and reenact it when we were younger. I used to always get a stuffed animal but my collection grew too large and I grew up(sorta). My dad collected disney watches for a while so we'd always stop on Main Street and he would take a look. We would then just walk through the shops to the end seeing what was new and would buy it on the way out, that way we wouldn't have to carry it around all day. Also, once my brother and I were "old enough" to ride alone we would get to ride together w/o our parents which is something we still do.
    Erica

    "There's a great big beautiful tomorrow, shining at the end of everyday. There's a great big beautiful tomorrow, just a dream away!"

    When I grow up I wanna be a Disney

  11. #41
    trickster's Avatar
    trickster is offline Hakuna Matata!!... It means no worries!!
    Join Date
    Mar 2005
    Location
    Lancaster - NW England
    Posts
    45,918

    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    .. Eat at Beaches & Cream!
    Rich

    "Most of my life I have done what I wanted to do. I have had fun on the job.
    I have never been able to confine that fun to office hours." ~ Walt Disney

  12. #42
    Stitchgirl1's Avatar
    Stitchgirl1 is offline B-Ticket Holder
    Join Date
    Jul 2008
    Location
    Preston, UK
    Posts
    77

    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    Quote Originally Posted by elvistelth View Post
    Did you notice that I knew that "its" didn't need an apostrophe? That speaks volumes about me.
    Not only are you a star when it comes to punctuation, you also used the word "eschew" in a forum posting! Respect.

    My traditional birthday is always the same.....
    Breakfast with Lilo & Stitch at the Polynesian (same Stitch T-shirt, Stitch ears and back pack every time).
    Plenty of fun in MK, about 2.00pm take the resort launch to the Grand Floridian for a brief respite - afternoon tea at the Garden View Tea Rooms.
    More fun in MK then a quick change into a Pooh T-shirt, Pooh ears and Pooh backpack for Birthday Tea at the Crystal Palace.
    Suitably stuffed, we ride a few more attractions then watch the evening parade and wishes before returning to our Hotel - where there may be some cocktails....

    It's absolutely the best way to spend a birthday!


  13. #43
    supernova's Avatar
    supernova is offline Premium Annual Passholder
    Join Date
    Jul 2005
    Location
    Staten Island, NYC
    Posts
    6,386

    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    Quote Originally Posted by Park Hopper Dad View Post
    Since its opening,we have had a tradition of eating at Earl of Sandwich at Downtown Disney Marketplace,at least once while there.Great sandwiches at a great price,$5.00 per sandwich.All sandwiches are unique to Earl's,cause I haven't found any of their sandwiches at any other establishment,and probably won't.
    Same here. Earl of Sandwich is my lunch on the final day of my trip, every time.
    Please visit my new DISNEY AUTOGRAPH website to check out my autograph collection!
    www.autographshowcase.com/disney

    Really Walt? Disneyland is MY land? Why would I want a silly little land when I can have the WORLD.


  14. #44
    prickle's Avatar
    prickle is offline Fastpass Holder
    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    Location
    eads, tn
    Posts
    675

    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    Our normal tradition is to stop and let the magic of us being at WDW sink in, and then we would do our shopping on main st. We broke tradition this time and rode the train to adventureland so we could get in line for splash mountain. We did shop around the park and had our goodies sent to package pick-up which is a fantastic service, but when we did finally make it to main st, it was while people were rushing to leave the park. Next time we will go back to tradition.

  15. #45
    DopeyDancer87's Avatar
    DopeyDancer87 is offline Disney Obsessed Since 1988 :-)
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Location
    New York (Not close enough to the Magic)
    Posts
    1,554

    Re: What is one thing that is a "tradition" on your WDW visit?

    We have a lot of traditions...


    We have to go to MK first...no matter what!
    We always have to do EPCOT second and DHS 3rd
    Ghirardelli's Ice Cream from DTD is a must.
    We MUST eat dinner at Chef Mickey's one night.
    Always watch Wishes the last night (which means we must end in the MK also)
    Obnoxiously sing "A Pirate's Life for Me" on PotC
    We must eat at one World Showcase pavillion


    I think thats about it for now!
    "It's kind of fun to do the impossible." - Walt Disney

    "Adults are just grown up kids, anyway." -Walt Disney

    (((Por favor mantangense alejado de las puertas )))

    *My Visits*
    1988 - Polynesian Resort*1991- Port Orleans*1992- Port Orleans*1994- Wilderness Lodge*1995- Caribbean Beach*1997- Boardwalk*1998- Old Key West*1999- All- Star Movies*2000- Wilderness Lodge*2000- Caribbean Beach*2001- Wilderness Lodge*2001- Port Orleans Riverside*2001- Coronado Springs*2002 - Boardwalk*2003 - Contemporary*2003 - Caribbean Beach*2003 - All Star Sports & Music*2004- Grand Californian (DL)*2004 - Boardwalk*2005 - Boardwalk*2006 - Wilderness Lodge*2007- Boardwalk*2007 - Wilderness Lodge*2008 - Saratoga Springs*2009 - Off Site*2011 - Bay Lake Tower/Boardwalk Villas*February, 2012 - POFQ




Page 3 of 5 FirstFirst 12345 LastLast

Similar Threads

  1. What's the first thing you do?
    By DisneyFREAK91 in forum Miscellaneous
    Replies: 40
    Last Post: 05-20-2011, 10:28 PM
  2. Birthday Visit
    By rpi232 in forum Vacation Planning Tips & Tricks
    Replies: 9
    Last Post: 07-03-2007, 01:43 AM
  3. Best dates to visit Disney World and Typhoon Lagoon
    By Tmntrans in forum WDW Theme Parks
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 07-02-2007, 02:51 PM
  4. When's the best time to visit WDW?
    By Masera in forum Ask The Disney Experts
    Replies: 16
    Last Post: 11-25-2006, 01:11 PM
  5. First Visit...daughters birthday
    By Chelserbel in forum Ask The Disney Experts
    Replies: 8
    Last Post: 03-15-2006, 05:35 PM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •