the best way to arrive is by ferry
At 8:39 a.m., only the Main Street USA area is open. Most people are gathering in the hub waiting for “rope drop” at 9 to rush recklessly to their first destination.
A second-story Emporium window.
Minnie, Mickey, and Pluto are music lovers of the Emporium.
Walt Disney World is littered with skulls.
My first FastPass+ is for the Jungle Cruise. But something not very magical is underway there so I use my Disney-offered alternate at Pirates of the Caribbean.
“Auction: Take a Wench for a Bride.” Human trafficking is just part of the fun.
A glimpse of booty before we disembark.
How grisly is this?
In Rapunzel’s Potty Plaza,
I have never seen him perform, although he is prominently advertised.
In spite of the clouds, there’s a nice view from the terrace at Pinocchio’s Village Haus.
Little towers of Fantasyland
Somewhere a child wanders unpacified.
In the Move It Shake It But Don’t Break It Street Party, Mickey exhorts the crowd to “scream and shout–let it all out.”
“You know what? I don’t think we need a window here after all.”
Sometimes this is as close as you get to Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire.
At the Fantasyland Station of the Walt Disney World Railroad, a look back at where we’ve been.
He wants me to have lunch at Columbia Harbour House. So I do.
You mess with the hat, you get blown away.
The bookend you need but cannot buy for your upside-down books at Bonjour! Village Gifts.
Under the Sea ~ Journey of the Little Mermaid in Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom is not to be confused with Voyage of the Little Mermaid at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Guess who’s been barnstorming again.
Everyone at Chick-a-Pin Hill knows that Critter-a-Lene is the best laundry soap.
When in Fussell Springs, you must not fail to sample
Look who still gets his milk delivered.
“How to Catch a Rabbit”
Following the plunge into the Briar Patch, the drive home.