I’m not doing a trip report :ninja: , but here are a few notes from the trip:
The filet mignon at Le Cellier is to die for!
Gingita and Ingamba are wonderful folk!
I can see why people fall in love with the Wilderness Lodge–it truly was a joy to stay there. :wub:
We’re getting to the point that we don’t have to do all the rides every trip. Just enjoying the atmosphere and joy of WDW is great.
If you go to WDW with someone who’s in the middle of chemo treatments, build in lots of rest time and take it very easy (we’d planned to do this from the time we booked the trip, but it really was necessary to slow it down a little bit).
The jogging trail from the WL to Fort Wilderness feels really isolated–I had to go back to the room to get my cell phone before I felt comfortable running on it.
Laying in bed at the WL, eating “pinecone waffles,” and watching Toon Disney is a great way to spend a Saturday morning at Walt Disney World.
I’m glad I called in for the big meeting at work. I got a lot of good, necessary information, and my roommate used the two hours to get a good nap in.
The Share a Dream Come True Parade never gets old. :crying:
Fantasmic never gets old, either. :closedeye:
The Magic Kingdom resorts have the nicest and most fun boat captains in all of Walt Disney World.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom is the most relaxing of all four parks.
Tusker House breakfast continues to reign supreme over all counter service breakfasts at WDW (and over a few table service breakfasts).
No matter how much I spend to get to WDW, it’s worth it.
Space Mountain is still the best roller coaster in the World.
It’s never too cold for a Dole Whip.
They’ve opened up the back of the Exposition Hall again. You can’t get to the room with the mural, but you can get to the room with the old cartoons and cutouts for fun photos.
There’s a light-up Yeti snowglobe that you can buy in the Expedition Everest gift shop—and Yeti slippers should the mood strike you.
The new tea cart next to Expedition Everest is authentic and excellent. Try the vanilla (an excellent complement to Tusker House Breakfast—see above)!
The Magic Kingdom horse that pulls the trolley is a biter! We asked if we could get our picture taken on either side of him, and he nibbled on both of our elbows! Ouch! :nonono2:
I hope to add more notes as I think of them…