Even though it’s the day after Christmas, best cialis Walt Disney World holiday decorations are still up and beautiful, viagra usa especially at the resorts. I took a couple days off to enjoy a wonderful Christmas holiday with my family, but I’m back to share with you my journey around Disney World to see the colorful decorations.
As mentioned before, one of my holiday traditions has been to see as many of the Disney decorations across property (parks and resorts) as I can. I’ve already visited the parks and Disney Springs. Now it is time for the resorts.
I started at the Wilderness Lodge. As soon as you enter the lobby, the giant tree takes your breath away. The teepee decorations on the tree are bigger than your head. All of the decorations – trees, wreaths and garlands are decorated with a “nature” theme. One of the coziest places on Disney property has to be sitting in front of the giant fireplace watching a crackling fire. (I won’t mention how warm it is outside!)
Hopping on a boat, I made my way over to the Contemporary Resort where the decorations take on a modern theme. The themes and colors changed in the different areas of the hotel. There were traditional trees and garlands in the lobby, and silver and red trees in the stores. A highlight of the decorations is a gingerbread tribute to the movie “Frozen” on the fourth level in front of the mosaic.
Next, I boarded the monorail to the newly re-designed Polynesian Resort. I love the decorations at this hotel – they colorfully represent the look and feel of the islands with gorgeous flowers and orchids. They, too, have beautiful trees, garlands, and wreaths.
The next resort on the monorail line is the Grand Floridian. But, it is so grand, I’ll cover it in a separate post. Stay tuned.