Have you ever stumbled upon that song that you just couldn’t seem to get out of your head? “It’s a small world after all; it’s a small world after all…”
While eating dinner the night before July 4th, we decided to be patriotic and watch a movie about the birth of our nation. We chose an episode of Disney’s Wonderful World of Color on TCM from the “Walt Disney Vault” that we taped last year. The episode was entitled Liberty Story and it was narrated by Walt himself.
isney’s connection to U.S. presidents first started at the 1964 World’s Fair when Walt Disney introduced Audio-Animatronics through an Abraham Lincoln exhibit. Since that time, every U.S. President has visited a Disney resort property at some point in their lifetime except for Lyndon B. Johnson. Many of these presidents have held events on Disney property and have even visited the parks.
Disney’s best kept secret….Tom Sawyer’s Island. Disney has a way of educating in a very entertaining way and Tom Sawyer’s Island is no exception. If you’ve never made the journey over to the Island, it’s a “must do” on your next visit to the Magic Kingdom.
Whether you’re a Disney rookie, or a Disney expert, it is always a good time to talk about the deliciously elusive, Dole Whip. There are only a few chances to enjoy this luxury, so whenever we’re at the Magic Kingdom we never skip indulging in our favorite snack. Continue reading
Our love of Disney first started one Sunday night in the 1960’s as Walt Disney introduced the Wonderful World of Color. The love grew stronger upon our first visit to Disney World in June 1972, less than one year after its opening. Continue reading