Friday, October 3, 2014

WDW Countdown Chain: 14-12

   We're getting closer and closer to our annual October trip to Walt Disney World...and in preparation we're looking at a few things that we're particularly excited about.  Some of the things are new (to us...) while others are old standbys that still make us smile.  If you need to catch up on the previous two installments: 20-18 and 17-15.

   14: Seven Dwarves Mine Train


   You see that sad picture above?  When we last visited Disney World the long awaited Seven Dwarves Mine Train was mere days away from opening.  Though we had high hopes of soft opening while we were there, we had no such luck.  Since we go to Disney World a few times a year, it seems like this space has been blocked off forever, and I'm super excited to associate the real estate with an actual attraction.  Plus, its super beautiful. 


   13: Spending Time By The Pool


   This doesn't come as a surprise to anyone, especially those of you who listen to Disney Hipster Podcast.  I LOVE SPENDING TIME BY THE POOL.  There is literally nowhere I'd rather be than at Jambo House, beer in hand, listening to the gorgeous background music soaking in the atmosphere.  When I'm having a bad day, I close my eyes and pretend I'm here...and in a couple of weeks I won't have to pretend. :)

   12: Disney Hipster Podcast Meet Up!!!!!


   How could I not be excited about this?!?!  It has been almost a year since our last official WDW meet up...plus its a Crescent Lake bar crawl...so thats something.  If you're at WDW, come by have a drink,  and say hi...plus we will have Disney Hipster buttons to hand out. :)



1 comment:

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