These first 2 pictures are for all the Walton's fans out there from this post. We drove down to Florida from New England. We took interstate 81 through the Shenandoah Valley. We cut through Virginia to get back on interstate 95. We didn't get to stop at the Walton's museum, because it was too far off the beaten path...we were on a Disney mission. However, I did get to snap a few pictures of these highway signs. Only a Walton's fan will get this. If you click on the first one, you'll see Waynesboro and Charlottesville. These signs cracked me up!!!
Cinderella's castle of course
The day of the parade was raining so hard you couldn't see. There were tornado warnings and all. Here we are under a little awning trying to stay try and keep the girls' parade hair perfect!! We were waiting for the ok from Disney that the parade was still on.
Woo Hoo...the rain stopped. Courtney and Kelsie are the first 2 in the long line on the right. They were beyond excited!
Sorry it's the back of Mickey, not fast enough with the camera.
Can't forget Minnie.
The girls on the Dumbo ride...never too old for Dumbo. This ride has a family story with it, so they really wanted to go on. Maybe I'll tell you another time...it's a long story.
It was the flower and garden show at Epcot. Beautiful flowers every where. The girls loved these because they looked like gum drops. They also had life size figures of all the Disney characters made with flower...they were beautiful.
Here is the view from our hotel balcony. We stayed at The Wilderness Lodge in Magic Kingdom.
Here's the family in the hotel lobby.
These were sculptures at the Contemporary hotel where you could take pictures.