What better day to celebrate all that we are thankful for than on Thanksgiving! I thought I would take a moment and share with you some of my favorite photographic memories of Disney! Enjoy!
Tonight I was given a very great honor — being asked to help write for the blog Chip & Company. They are in need of writers to help fill in some needs that they have on their site, and I sent an email asking if I could help, and they said yes! Anyway, in the course of writing my bio for the site, I was brought back to my childhood days of growing up being called Mickey by my parents, grandparents, friends, and those that weren’t my friends. Most of all, I remember being sung the goodbye song from the Mickey Mouse Club. A quick Google search and I found the following YouTube video. Enjoy, it brought back memories!
Being a Dad, my wife and I have always planned our dining experiences around the type of character interactions we can get for our daughter. Those meals are great and the character autographs and photos make the meal that much better.
As a result, my wife and I have never had a really truly sit-down dinner on our own at Disney, unless you count the time we ate our way around Disney when we were pregnant with Sophie.
So I ask you, where are the best places to eat at Disney without kids around?
For most of us, we are not able to spend all year at Walt Disney World. Money, work obligations, time off, school — all of these conspire to keep us away from the place where the Magic is.
So, what do you do when you are not visiting the parks? Here is a list of things that I like to do to keep a bit of the Magic going.
So, for those of you that are starving for some Disney Magic, I hope that this list of resources helps you to find your Disney fix away from the parks!
Is there any way at all to create a top ten list of all the attractions at Walt Disney World? I felt I was reasonably successful in coming up with my top ten places to eat at Disney World, but what about the attractions? There are so many attractions — as of this writing, there are 123 attractions of every style sprinkled throughout the big four parks — Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom. How is it going to be possible to rank a top ten list out of that?!! Well, I did my best, so here it is, starting at number 10!
At this point, we are down to the final two spots on my list. Without further ado, at number two:
There are so many other attractions that could have made this list — and perhaps should have! In future posts, I’m going to take a look at the top attractions in different categories.
I hope you like my list — for any differences of opinion, feel free to comment!