So I love the Magic Kingdom because I will never get tired of themes like, "a dream is a wish your heart makes." Walt Disney and I are kindred spirits, obviously. But actually, I love Epcot even more. There is no other place on Earth that you can step into the future, go back in time, and travel the world in less than 8 hours. Epcot embodies innovations and embraces the heritage and arts of the entire world. I'm an art lover, so I think that definitely draws me in.
My personal favorites:
Ride: Soarin' followed closely by Test Track
Restaurant: La Hacienda de San Angel (make reservations way in advance).
Everything in Epcot is authentic. Again, Disney's attention to detail is mind boggling. Our server said that they actually fly the water and dough in from Italy to make the pizza. No joke!
If you are a Frozen fan, Epcot is a must. One of us still belts out "Let it Go" on a regular basis. She was thrilled to learn that we would travel to Norway to meet Anna and Elsa in person. The new Frozen Ever After ride, her favorite ride of them all, is a Fast Pass must!
Two full magical and very exhausting days. We had a such blast! I'm very thankful for Disney photographers for these two images. Mostly because I got to jump in them!!! : )
Our feet were super tired. So it was time for a little rest and relaxation. Two days of magic was enough for the five of us. The next day, we headed west to the beach. Yes, west to the Gulf of Mexico! Because seeing a sunset over the ocean on New Years Eve is especially epic. : )