This Girl’s Take on Cinderella – with Disney Trivia too!

Cinderella 2015

Hi Guys! It’s me, Sophie, and here is the trivia question for today! The question is: You can “Come in a Stranger, Leave a Little Stranger” in ____?  The Answer is: The Adventure’s Club. If you ask my Dad, or me, we will tell you that this remix of Cinderella is the best ever made by Disney. It’s not animated, but the effects are just as amazing. One of my favorite parts of the movie is when the carriage, dress, attendants, and horse-mice all transform around Cinderella. The pumpkin turns back and shrinks, with Cinderella still inside! You could see the seeds! The horse had extremely big ears too. My mom says that two of the characters, Ella and Druzella, played roles in Downton Abby. In my opinion, the remix is even better than the original animated movie.

Well, thats all I’ve got. But don’t worry, my Dad has a lot more to say about this movie, which you can read about here, or, if you haven’t seen the movie yet, check out this post that has two of the trailers in it! So, Bye, but thanks for stopping by to read what we’ve got for you at the Kid’s Corner and all over the site! :)

Festival of Fantasy

More Festival of Fantasy Parade Facts!

Festival of Fantasy

Take a look at the dragon, part of the Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade! Image ©Disney Parks

Continuing our look at the Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade, we’re sharing with you some of the great facts and figures about this new parade for our #DisneyTrivia post!  As always, I’m joined by my friends Jodi from Magical Mouse Schoolhouse and Heidi from Heidi’s Head in this week’s Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia!

Festival of Fantasy Parade

Special thanks to my friends at for the great facts!

  • The Maleficent Dragon is 53 feet long and 26 feet tall!
  • There are nine parade floats featuring characters from over a dozen Disney stories!
  • The Princess Garden lead float (featuring Cinderella, Tiana, and Belle, along with their Princes, and a special appearance from Anna and Elsa from the movie Frozen) is 50 feet long!
  • Peter Pan has his own float, and the Jolly Roger at the top of it puts the float over 28 feet tall!
  • The tallest float, though, is the Mickey Mouse Airship Finale float, and it’s over 32 feet tall!
  • Lastly, the parade features a cast of over 100 Cast Members!

Thanks for stopping by today and continuing our look at the Festival of Fantasy Parade!  Now, please check out the rest of the great entries below.  Just click on the titles below, and have a great Disney Day!

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41 Days til Disneyland – Sleeping Beauty Castle!

Image ©Disney Parks

Image ©Disney Parks

We are down to Day 41 in our Countdown to Disneyland series!  The time continues to fly on by, and each day is a day closer to our trip! Today, we are taking a look at the Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough, which sounds really cool to me!  Let’s take a little more in-depth look at all it has to offer us.

The Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough is a winding path that tells the story of Princess Aurora and the evil Maleficent!  This winding pathway includes stairs to climb, sections of the castle to see, and more!  As far as I can tell, this is an attraction unlike anything at Walt Disney World I’ve ever seen!

While the Castle opened on July 17, 1955, of course, the Castle wasn’t open for walking through until 1957.  However, it has been open ever since!  There have only been two times that the Castle’s famous drawbridge has been used: once at the opening of Disneyland, and once in 1983 at the rededication of Fantasyland.

As far as I’m concerned, and maybe I’m reading too much into this — if I am, please let me know — but anyway, as far as I’m concerned, the Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough almost sounds like a built in “behind the scenes” tour all by itself!  Tell me, please, what do you think of the Walkthrough? Is it cool, or am I romanticizing the experience?  Please let me know in the comments, and thanks!