If you’re a Disney fan, there is no better place than Walt Disney World to have your photo taken to use in your annual Christmas cards. With so many great decorations and locations within Walt Disney World, choosing the best spot can be somewhat daunting. You might find yourself with a veritable case of awesome-overload.
Halloween isn’t even a distant memory, and Thanksgiving has yet to happen. Yet retailers and cities are already beginning to roll out the Christmas decorations. Soon, so will the Brickers! Tonight, actually. I have plenty of excuses as to why (we won’t be at home much between now and Christmas, so we want to get
Holiday Wishes! is by far my favorite Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom fireworks show. Overall, it’s my third favorite fireworks show, behind Remember… Dreams Come True and Illuminations: Reflections of Earth. While I know we have a while to go before it’s the Christmas season again (my favorite time of year!), I thought it’d be
Our Christmas Walt Disney World trip report features tons of photos, including pictures of Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, Candlelight Processional, the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights, and Mickey’s Jingle Jungle Parade. We also cover some special events, like D23’s Magic and Merriment (which included a tour of the Cinderella Castle Suite) and WDW
The next day was the day of Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. We had told Nick the night before that we’d decide that morning whether we were going to Animal Kingdom that morning since the weather was predicted to be bad. Well, the weather was bad, so rather than waste a day of our tickets
Part I of II When we arrived home from our August 2008 trip, Sarah and I both suffered “Disney Withdrawal” pretty badly. Partly, we were upset because we knew it would be at least a year before we’d be going back. Well, suffice to say, that year delay between trips did not happen, as our
The next day was another Magic Kingdom day. Since we only had an hour and a half before lunch reservations, we decided to do our Monorail resort tour first, so my parents could see the decorations at the Grand Floridian (we had already been to the Polynesian, which wasn’t exactly loaded with decorations–what happened to
The next day we started out at Magic Kingdom. I think my parents sensed that they’d be getting up much earlier than us, so this day they headed out before us, and we met them at the park. The crowds were much heavier than I expected, with swarms of young cheerleaders with some sort of