The magical Disney Princess Half Marathon race has been run and what better way to celebrate than a day trip to the Magic Kingdom? If I could find a way to live here, I would. I love this place. I love the detail Disney puts into every last little nook and cranny of this place. The put so much detail into the different lands that I discover something new everything. I found a doll in a the window of a house in Liberty Square. The doll symbolizes what was done in colonial times to alert firefighters that children were in the house. This ensured that if a fire were to happen the firefighters would know where to look for little ones. I also heard tap lessons being given in a room above Main Street USA. Just little hidden gems that continue to delight guests who have gone to Disney World a number of times. Fair warning, due to my love of the Magic Kingdom, it being our last day in the parks and little man getting his second hair cut (second overall and second in Disney World ;)), this post is definitely picture heavy. Enjoy!
The best attraction on all of Main Street USA was this curb. I mean, can you blame him, it is the perfect height for stepping down from and onto. Disney sure was on to something great…
A little mexican dinner at Pecos Bill Tall Tale and Inn Cafe; always a crowd pleaser. Also, the stickers helped in the entertainment department. Must have been a delicious meal. Someone took a quick cat nap with his favorite red truck.
What tiny details of magic have you discovered at the Magic Kingdom?I love hearing about things that are unique but might otherwise go unnoticed. Please share you findings!
While I love the other parks we went to, Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Epcot, my favorite park is always the Magic Kingdom and it was the best way to cap our Disney Princess Half Marathon adventures. Til’ next time, Mickey!
Walt Disney World Day 6 | Personal Photography Post