It's been two months since my trip to Disney, and it's still one of the greatest memories of the year for me. I hope my best friend Kelsi can say the same. I may be not be a relaxed Disney goer. You don't sleep in Disney. At least, I don't sleep in Disney. We slept in one day, and hit rope drop every other day. This may have been my first trip since I was 7 or 8, but I know the importance of rope drop: it means less crowds and shorter lines!
So, without further ado, here is our trip broken down into a few pictures. Because I took over 700 pictures, which I won't frighten you with.
We stayed here, the Herbie section of All Star Movies. We were lucky, and got ground floor!
I wasted no time in dragging Kelsi to the parks. The first park we visited was the Magic Kingdom, so we could see this beautiful sight:
It's alright if you cried. The castle is known to do that to some people. Especially on your first day in Disney. Or, if you're me, you just start grinning uncontrollably and start bouncing down Main Street.
I saw Belle's cottage for the first time. Beauty and the Beast is my favorite movie, so this was honestly one of the highlights of my trip. I saw her book! It was missing the bite from the sheep! It was amazing!
The next highlight? The grey stuff. Which is located in Be Our Guest, which is located, where? In the Beast's Castle! It was heaven for a Beauty and the Beast fan like me! We ate in the ball room, and I ate the grey stuff, and told Kelsi we could leave then and I'd be happy (but of course this was day 1, so that wasn't actually going to happen!)
A few days later, I ate a cinnamon roll and had some LaFou's Brew in Gaston's Tavern. And guys? He REALLY DOES use antlers in all of his decorating! It was absolutely wonderful!
We waited for an hour to meet Anna and Elsa. We met them at 1am. We were sleep deprived, but happy! Elsa is one of my favorite characters, and Frozen ranks up there for my favorite movies.
I met this cow in Andy's room. Cows are my favorite animal, so I was overjoyed. I may have frightened some people with my excitement.
I saw some Flamingo's on the safari. Flamingos are my third favorite animal, so I was pretty excited to see them, too.
And guys- Kelsi tricked me into tasting the Beverly. Even though I knew it was disgusting. She STILL was able to trick me into tasting it. Yea. Don't drink it. Just take my word for it.
We did a ton of other things- we had dinner at Akershus (where I met Belle!), rode Expedition Everest in the rain (while I held my poncho hood up), and rode my favorite ride, Splash Mountain. I can't even begin to tell you how wonderful this trip was. And I can't wait to go on the next one. I'm hoping the next trip will be a crossover for the Food and Wine Festival and Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party.
That's all for now,