I went to Walt Disney World recently, it was at the very beginning of the Halloween celebration. My sisters were so excited and dressed as Floura, Fauna, and Merryweather to walk around and trick or treat in. The thing that warmed my heart the most was when we came in and scanned our Magicbands and the girl helping everyone, immediately recognized us and said to us that she didn’t think that Aurora was meeting that night. It made me happy she thought of us and didn’t want us sad because of that.
I think Walt Disney World is the main thing keeping me from leaving Florida, even more than my family. I hate Florida, but it’s hard for me to imagine a life so far away from Cinderella Castle. I love it so much.
I took a 20k a year pay cut and moved over 1000 miles so I could be near
Walt Disney World.
I’m getting married at WDW in about 80 days and I couldn’t be more excited to have found someone who loves Disney as much as me. After the wedding, we are going to the magic kingdom so we can take photos with our favorite characters. I’m like a giant kid – and so is he! – and we can’t wait to see Stitch, Tiana, and Rapunzel after our wedding
“My family is going on a vacation to Florida this summer. I’m super bummed that we aren’t going to Disney World. I even told them I would go alone for a day because I want to go back to a Disney park so bad. They except my love for Disney but done understand exactly what it really means to me.”
I’m obsessed with trying the cool novelty foods at the parks! Specifically WDW since that’s my home park. I don’t get to go to Disney that often for someone who lives so close (I’m an hour away and I get to go maybe once every couple of years) but I ride myself over by looking at photos of the cool foods they have and imagining what they taste like.
I think the most underrated Disney attraction is the Disneyland/WDW Railroad. Yeah it’s simple and just sort of takes you around the park, bt there is something special about it. It looks and feels like a toy train come to life. Seeing it as an adult makes me tear up and feel like a kid again, even more than Sleeping Beauty’s castle.
Even though it’s unlikely, I’d love to see Disney bring back the Extra Terrorestrial Alien Encounter ride. I’ve never ridden it myself, but it sounds amazing.
I’ve never been to Disney World, and even as an adult I’m bitter about it. So whenever I’m watching reruns of those old ABC 90s sitcoms like Full House and Boy Meets World, and they show the obligatory “We’re going to Disney World!” episodes they all had, I turn the TV off. Come on! Those episodes were 30-minute infomercials. Screw those cash-in Disneyland episodes.
I love the new nighttime show Happily Ever After. Wishes will always hold a special place in my heart because I grew up with it, but HEA’s finale makes me feel like I could soar when the chorus starts building. I really love how many Disney characters and songs are incorporated into the show and seeing the castle come alive too. I know some people hate the projection/fireworks combo but count me as a fan.