It had been 34 months since I had crossed under the Walt Disney Railroad tunnel and into the Magic Kingdom. Our time was limited and, for the most part, I was in the park for observation. I had not yet seen any of the New Fantasyland updates. And now I would. I didn’t expect to get on any of the attractions because it was a Friday and… it was the Magic Kingdom. The spike in attendance (and single park price) due to my generation astounds me. It’s such an interesting sociologi
Not that they didn’t have their place before, but the 21st Century at Walt Disney World has focused heavily on Princesses… Princesses and Fairies… Princesses and Fairies and Pirates. Growing up, finding a Princess for a Character Meet & Greet was a rarity. In the Magic Kingdom, you would most often run into Alice… who is not a Princess. In 1900 Park Fare at the Grand Floridian (pre-spa) you could dine with Mary Poppins… who is not a princess. Snow White & Cinderella were most
A Dillo first-I dined at Cinderella’s Royal Table on my most recent visit to Disney World. The experience begins by checking in with the hostess. You then proceed inside the castle to take your picture with the one…the only…Cinderella. Although its very cute for adult Disney dorks, it’s nothing compared to the pure joy on every child’s face that It’s time to eat! The menu is Prix-Fixe and you pay in advance for appetizer, dinner, dessert and of course drinks (non-alcoholic).
Once upon a time there was a little girl that would turn 30 at the end of January. Less than one week later, she would visit Disney World, a place she has been over 100 times. Except this trip would include something she has never done before. When this girl is 30 years and 5 days old, she will dine at the grandest table of them all: Cinderella’s Royal Table in Cinderella’s Castle. The view, the princesses, Wishes, oh my! …to be continued in February JC #Cinderella #DisneyWor