Almost wordless today…
I love the attention to detail at Disney! Everywhere you look Disney has taken time to add the “Disney touch”. You can find this everywhere- bathrooms, attractions, restaurants, sidewalks, costumes, landscapes, resorts, EVERYWHERE!
Have you ever paid attention to the details in the small train scene at the Germany pavilion in Epcot? Here are two shots of the same small house by the tracks- one in spring, one at Christmas. I would have never thought to add Christmas decorations to that small house, but Disney did!
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For our snacks, we had Pooh’s honeycomb. I basically made Rice Krispy treats but substituted Honeycomb cereal for the Rice Krispies. Our second snack was Pooh’s mix. This mix had the following:
- Teddy Grahams- Pooh
- Gummy Bears- Pooh
- Cheeto’s- Tigger’s Tail
- Honeycomb cereal- Pooh’s honeycomb
- Cheddar Rabbits- Rabbit
- Mini Marshmallows- the fluffy white clouds in the movie
- M&Ms- to add color!
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- The Barnstormer
- Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
- Space Mountain
- Splash Mountain
- Stitch’s Great Escape
- Tomorrowland Indy Speedway
- Frozen Ever After
- Mission: SPACE
- Test Track
- Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith
- Star Tours The Adventures Continue
- Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
- Expedition Everest- Legend of the Forbidden Mountain
- Kali River Rapids
- Primeval Whirl
Robin Hood was our next movie in our 2016 New Year’s Movie Resolution. We actually watched this movie and had our movie night way back in June of 2016. This movie was released by Walt Disney Studios on November 8, 1973. My mom was actually pregnant with me when this came out! I vaguely remember seeing this movie as a child. I think I remember the book more than the movie.
My boys were familiar with the music because we have several of these songs on a Disney Movies CD we listen to in the car. Robin Hood was such a fun movie for my boys. My oldest had seen it but this was the first viewing for my youngest. Of course, they like the “bad guys” and want to shoot arrows. I knew this would be the case, so for our snack we had arrows and targets!