What’s so much fun about being here at Walt Disney World is that there is so much to do and see every day that by the time you get home at the end of the day you have literally lived a hundred different magical lives! The ambiance is so much fun and so happy that even the crowds are enjoyable; it’s a thrill to be all together in this world of dreams! Today we got up at 6:30 and packed our lunches as usual and drove the short drive from Kissimmee to WDW. It’s great being so close, the condo rental is perfect!
We started at Epcot and took the Monorail People Mover to Magic Kingdom and started with a tour of Mainstreet USA and then on to The Cinderella Castle. We had a our Fast Passes all ready and had a rendez-vous at the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train to start the day. Hi-Ho-Hi-Ho, It’s Off To Work We go! It was awesome! The train was super cute and were made like real wooden train cars and we did the mining adventure ride and it happened so fast you really want to do it again!
We then went to see Winnie the Pooh and his friends which was more for kids but since DD was wearing her Winnie the Pooh T-Short with the magic muffin it fit very well with our day thank you very much!
And because we had seen the birthplace of Winnie the Pooh in White River in Ontario when we drove across Canada few years back it was neat to see that honey loving bundle of fur!
Then we did Enchanted Tales with Belle and the Carousel of Progress and Stitches Great Escape and the Buzz Lightyear Ranger Spin and do you see what I mean this was all before our lunch!
We stopped at Splash Mountain and took pictures of people getting soaked as they roared down the track into the pools of water, it was funny!
Then there was the huge Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse and back to Main Street USA and my goodness by the time we had got back to Kissimmee my head was spinning again just like the Buzz Lightyear spinner!
As we left there was the usual little pang of sadness at having another day being over but we still have tomorrow to look forward to and it’s fun to go back home and look at our photos and try and remember everything we did and saw. It’s not even possible to capture every magical moment but it sure is the best trip ever and I’m so glad to be here on my first visit to Walt Disney World!