Sunday, October 17, 2010

Walt Disney World

Cinderella's Castle at Magic Kingdom
Justin and I just got back from Walt Disney World (WDW) last night. We had a fantastic six days and seven nights at the Port Orleans - French Quarter.
Our room at the French Quarter.

It was a wonderful trip of crazy rides, great food, beautiful shows, and meeting friends from the movies. Here are a few photos from meeting those special friends:
We met Remy from Ratatouille at the restaurant Chefs de France in EPCOT. He was so cute, and would squeak out various things to your questions about the meal.

We got our picture taken with Mike and Sully from Monsters Inc. at Hollywood Studios. This was special for me because I have quite a few pictures growing up where I look just like Boo.

Princess Tiana and Prince Naveen from The Princess and the Frog. We met them at Magic Kingdom. I first found out that this movie was coming out in Janurary of 2007, so I was so excited when I finally got to meet them! To make things better, I ate my first beignet at our resort. This dessert happens to be Tiana's special recipe from the movie.
Another neat memory was seeing the lion during the Kilimanjaro Safari at Animal Kingdom. It is so rare to see him standing and looking at you that even the guide was impressed. Justin got a great photo.
"Calling Simba One"

Justin was being silly and took a photo of me while we were ride the carousel outside the Castle. I was so tired that night, but we had extra magic hours, and were trying to make the best of them.

This trip was full of so many wonderful memories... I can't write them all down.

The last night we were blessed to eat inside Cinderella's Castle. I got my picture taken with Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Snow White, and Belle. Later that night we watched Disney's Electrical Parade, and "Wishes." It was a wonderful way to end our vacation.
P.S. If you would enjoy seeing all of the photos from this WDW trip, click here. Tomorrow I will write all about my adventure with the dolphins. That amazing experience deserves it's own post.

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