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Welcome to those of you joining me from Focused on the Magic and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the 2nd stop on our Magical Blogorail. We’re so glad you are joining us as we share about dreaming of a Disney Christmas.
So if you’ve been a reader of my blog for at least a minute, it’s probably pretty obvious that my family loves Walt Disney World. We’ve had opportunity to visit during the Winter (January & February), Spring (March & May), and Fall (September). What we haven’t yet experienced at Disney is something that I really, really want to –
I read a LOT about Disney – books, blogs, websites, etc. I do a lot of research. And, there is just so much offered at Walt Disney World during the Christmas season that sounds wonderful. I find myself sitting and dreaming of a visit during the holidays. Here are just a few of the things that I can’t wait to see and do . . .
I would just love to take my kids to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party! It looks like such a fun time, and a great opportunity to meet some of those elusive characters (like the Seven Dwarfs).
The thing that I am most intrigued by at Epcot is definitely the Candlelight Processional. I think it would be so awesome to hear the Christmas Story told – along with the choir and orchestra – right there in the American Adventure Pavilion. The whole experience just sounds so magical. I would, most definitely, make dining reservations as part of the Candlelight Dinner Package, so I’d be guaranteed a good seat for the show. Where would I dine? I think I might try Coral Reef (we have yet to try that one!)
Another thing that Epcot that sounds so cool to me is the Holiday Storytellers. I would love to stroll through World Showcase and see and hear the various “Santa” figures telling about the traditions and beliefs of their country. I love history and geography and I just think this would be SO educational.
Everyone says that the Osborne Spectacle of Lights is not to be missed. Who am I to second-guess the experts? To me, this is a “you’ve got to see it to appreciate it” thing because I’m pretty sure the pictures don’t do it justice.
I have a confession – I have never sat through the entire parade at the Animal Kingdom. We’ve seen parts of it, here and there, in passing. But, the Mickey’s Jingle Jungle Parade looks so colorful and fun that I actually want to sit and soak it all in.
What are YOUR favorite Christmas events at Walt Disney World?
Thank you for joining me today. Your next stop on the Magical Blogorail Loop is Disney on Wheels.
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