Something about a lonely bike. I have this need to anthropomorphize them. Why did your owner leave you all alone in the wind and elements? How sad. Maybe I’ll start a bike rescue organization for all these poor neglected guys.
I’ll be honest, It’s a Small World was about 100 times better than I expected. I don’t know if it was the kid with the bubble gun or the teenagers who weren’t to hip to laugh, the whole thing was a riot. Overly bright, poppy riot.
The designers of this thing were whacked.
Cartoon natives, and teekeey poles aplenty.
Oh, then they kicked us out. That’s right, our last ride at Disney was It’s a Small World. Bye, bye, magical kingdom.
The next day, we rode around on the ferries and looked at the hotels. Oh, and we rode on the train, then we took a bus to the plane, then we flew home. So, ferry, train, bus, plain, and a car. A good day for transportation if I say so myself.
Until next time Mickster!
And we begin with Mickey’s pumpkin. How crazy, it is shaped like Mickey!
Minnie’s house was, unsurprisingly, more popular than Mickey’s. Little princesses just can’t help themselves, everything must be cute and pink.
Piglet peering out of Pooh’s tree.
If you’ve been to Disney World, you may be aware that there is a large lake in between the parking lots and the park. To get from one to the other you can take a bus or train. Or, even a ferry. Yet, there they are, waiting a half hour or more for a ferry ‘ride’ that is fundamentally no different than the transportation from the parking lot. The big wheel on the back (not pictured) does nothing, it is a propeller driven boat. Blarg.
Chip ‘n’ Dale!
I think he is supposed to be a wine drinker from Fantasia. Not really sure.
And our good friend the ferry.
We began with a glorious ride at the magical Space Mountain.
Then we began to walk. And walk, and walk.
The grand palace.
The closest thing to a roller coaster in the park. One thing you figure out about Disney, is that it isn’t Six Flags. Rides aren’t crazy fast thrill rides, instead each is an experience. And it is magical.
The Hall of Presidents was actually pretty cool. Kat couldn’t believe it was robots (more like large puppets, but I digress) on stage. Human like robots. Robots trained to act. Robots trained to inspire. Robots trained to love?
A magical parade!
Woody is certainly one of my favorites. I will always believe in you Woody!
Tree house, cool. Dated, but cool.
Aladdin’s bazaar was not the most impressive. I think I bought some flip flops.