Hey guys, its Beverly again!!
I am sitting down today to make this Top 10 list I have been writing in my brain available to you… lol!!
So, I get it – lines suck. But lines are just something that you have to get used to at WDW. Everything has a line, right down to the bathroom. So on to the list!
10. Be our Guest…ok, so, I get it…this is not exactly a ride, so I put it last. This line is SOOO COOL and the stained glass window is beautiful!!!
9. Rock N’ Roller Coaster- This one is really cool and has lots of really cool Aerosmith themed elements.
8. Splash Mountain- So, this is my favorite ride, so I know this line pretty good… there are 2 great things about this line: One or two water fountains along the line and AC once you get inside (only about half the line is inside)
7. Toy Story Mid-Way Mania- ok so the line is pretty cool it is themed all the way but my favorite part is that is it inside and air conditioned it is always a FOREVER LONG line and a million degrees in HS
6. Ariel’s Grotto (Meet & Greet) – This line is cool! It looks like Ariel’s actual grotto… gizmos and gadgets everywhere… and it is mostly inside!
5. Mission Space- This makes you feel like you are really going to blast off!!! I really like the line for Mission Space.
4. Expedition Everest- this line is a cool for 2 reasons…one, it is themed so well to match the ride, and two, it’s inside and possibly air-conditioned (I cannot remember lol).
3. Test Track – I like this wait line… it has a lot of prototype cars and screens to see lots of things coming to the automobile industry.
2. Space Mountain- This line is really cool for the kids… it has games that they can play while you wait, so it really helps the wait time not feel so long.
1. Enchanted Tales with Belle- This is my FAVORITE wait line… Disclaimer: the outside line is just a line (lol)… but once you get inside, man oh man!! You get to see inside Belle’s home, see her father’s workshop, and then meet the wardrobe! BEST LINE EVER!
That’s it! Are there any I missed? Comment here or on my Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/freevacationplanner
Hey guys! Beverly here. Sheila asked me to do a post about my Disney top ten list. I first thought to my self… Pick only ten things? How? After lots of thought I finally made my list and here it is for you guys to read. I hope you enjoy my list, and hopefully I help you put a few new items on your must do list!
10: Monsters Inc. laugh Floor. My daughters love these cute and lovable monsters so when we saw the sign for this show we all knew we had to try it. I am so glad we did; we texted in our joke, (What do you call fake noodles? Impasta! lol I know, so funny!) and they used it in the show…. Warning! After seeing this show, hearing the phrase “that guy” will never be the same… I still smile every time!
9: The Mad Tea Party (the tea cups): So, I don’t know if it is just Disney nostalgia or my own childhood ideas of Disney. My first trip, outside of my childhood imagination, was not until I was 26 years old. You can imagine how many times I would spin the tea cups like crazy in my daydreams, so seeing my kids spin for the first time is something I will remember forever!
8: Enchanted Tales with Belle: This is an interactive play where you get to be a star alongside Belle! It is an amazing experience especially for any Beauty and the Beast fans.
7: Ariel’s Grotto (meet and greet): As a child I would watch The Little Mermaid (on VHS mind you) about 5 times everyday… It was, and still is, my favorite Disney movie. I first met Ariel as a princess with her dress and feet and that was all well and good, but when I (yes as a GROWN WOMAN) met Ariel with her fin, tears wailed up in my eyes, and I got butterflies in my tummy and I almost could not speak… It was amazing!!!
6: Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage in Hollywood Studios. This show is what I would imagine and actual Broadway show to be like. It is like being right there in France with Belle, Gaston, Beast and all the enchanted dishes. So cool…a definite must see!
5: Animation Academy: in a tiny little studio ( no kidding, I think it is room for 30 people only) tucked way behind everything in Hollywood Studios is this little gold nugget. This is a 30 min show where an actual Disney animator teaches you the secrets of how to draw Disney characters. So fun! If you have an artist or someone who wants to be an artist in you family, you must not miss this!
4: Pick a Pearl: Located inside a store in the Japan Pavilion in the World Showcase at Epcot. I cannot begin to explain the excitement of this experience!! My daughters both took part in Pick A Pearl on our last trip… It started off so quiet and simple where you try to pick the perfect oyster from one of these 2 tanks on either side of the counter. After you pick the oyster, the fun begins… They really make a big deal for every single person doing this!! It is so cool… It is less than $20 so if you are at Epcot, don’t miss out!
3: Splash Mountain: Ok, so after reading the rest of my list, you may have gathered that I am not much of a thrill junkie… But man oh man do I LOVE Splash Mountain!!! On our first trip we rode splash mountain about 10 times… And sadly, on our most recent trip, it was closed for refurbishment… So I am excited to ride again on our next trip.
2: The Norway Pavilion. I needed a place showcase Akershus (my favorite Disney Restaurant), Maelstrom (my favorite ride/show in the World Showcase) and the Elsa & Anna Meet and Greet (my favorite Epcot meet and greet)!! So, yes, technically it is not ONE thing, but I am a rebel when it comes to Disney – I do what I want!
1: Celebrate the Magic/ Wishes/ The Electrical Parade… Looking back, I could have just went with Magic Kingdom after dark, but in sticking with my rebellious side from the previous post, I am going to talk about all 3 right here in my number 1 spot!!! So here goes…I LOVE LOVE LOVE the Celebrate the Magic castle show… It is simply amazing!!! Secondly Wishes, oh how I love Wishes…. So beautiful! And finally, the Electrical Parade… This is so cool… Light up the night with lit parade floats… These 3 things should be on your list if you will be at Magic Kingdom!
Thanks so much for reading my post, and watch for my next post where I post my “Top 10 List for Each Park.” Please leave a comment below if you enjoyed my post. I can’t wait to get some feedback from you guys!!
My Travel Lobby is growing! Shortly after starting My Travel Lobby in 2013, Sheila found herself busier than she ever imagined…and busier than she could handle with her other “hats” of life. In January 2013, she decided to expand her business and hired two wonderful team members to work along side her.
Sheila met Beverly in September 2013 and almost immediately felt a connection. Beverly had the same passion for Disney and alot of other similar values and traits. After communicating almost daily with Beverly, Sheila knew she’d be a wonderful team mate! Here’s Beverly’s introduction:
My name is Beverly Braunsdorf. My first trip to Walt Disney World was at age 26! I am so excited to be working my dream career along side Sheila Nowell! I specialize in Disney Destinations, which includes Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Lines, Adventures by Disney, and Au Lani. I have tons of Disney favorites. My favorite ride is Splash Mountain at Magic Kingdom. My favorite restaurant (so far) is Akershus in Norway at Epcot. My favorite show is Beauty and the Beast in Hollywood Studios. And my favorite meet and greet is meeting Ariel in her grotto in Magic Kingdom because it’s the only place to meet her while she is still a mermaid!
I am from a tiny town in Georgia famous for Sweet Vidalia Onions. If you have not guessed it yet, that town in Vidalia, GA! I was born and raised here in Vidalia, and I love it. Saved by grace as a young child, I am a passionate follower of Jesus! I met my loving husband, Jeremy, at age 17 and married him at 18. We were baptized on the same day with our families there for us! I have been blessed with 2 beautiful little girls Chloe (8) and Cadence (7). Every time I look at these beautiful little girls I see the face of God! I am a simple country girl. We love our pets from horses to hamsters – we have a heart full! Our family made a choice early on that we would homeschool our children, and we absolutely love it. I spend my weekends crafting. I love to scrapbook, paint and recently while at Animation Academy at Hollywood Studios, I learned that I love to draw, too!
Beverly is an amazing woman with a sweet and friendly personality and spirit. You can reach her at Beverly@MagicalMomentsVacations.com or by phone at (912) 253-0179. You can also follow her on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/FreeVacationPlanner.