Hey guys! I’m here to share our photos from our trip from…December. Yeah, I really need to catch up on our travel recaps. Anyway, here’s our Christmas Disney Trip!
We stayed at Animal Kingdom Lodge.
The first morning we were there, we went to Animal Kingdom. I enjoyed their Christmas decorations.
That morning, we walked around the queue of It’s Tough to be a Bug. It was fun to see all the fun carvings.
By the time we got to It’s Tough to be a Bug, they were just about to start the first show of the day. Other than us, there were two people in the entire theater.
Then, we walked around the trail and looked at the Tree of Life a bit more.
We saw Kangaroos!
This bird got really close to the fence.
Then, we went on the safari ride. I always like all the animals we see.
We also went to the Festival of the Lion King.
We also went down a trail and saw the tiger.
Then we went to Flights of Wonder. I loved the tricks that the bird could do.
Then, we headed to Disney Springs for lunch.
We then ended off the night with Rivers of Light.
And then we saw Tree of Life Awakenings. It was holiday themed.
Ahh, the trees are so pretty at night.
The next morning, we headed to the Character Warehouse and then to Wendy’s.
I got an awesome deal on a sweatshirt that matched my bag!
Then, it was off to Hollywood! The tree looked beautiful.
The Stormtroopers are so cool!
We met Chewbacca.
A life-sized Darth Vader!
Then, we ate at the 50s Prime Time Cafe!
The Christmas tree was so beautiful.
They also had a really cool T.V. there. I loved the theming.
Then over to Sunset Seasons Greetings!
Snowing in Orlando. What’s more magical than that?
We went to Walt Disney Presents to view models of Toy Story Land.
And the models of Galaxy’s Edge were amazing.
Disney Movie Magic.
I have to admit that I didn’t like Disney Movie Magic the first time I saw it. But then I saw most of the movies featured in it and that helped me change my mind. And Groot.
Then it was time for Jingle Bell, Jingle Bam.
It’s so pretty at Christmastime.
The next day, we headed over to Epcot.
Spaceship Earth was our first attraction.
The snowman in Living with the Land was cool.
Then we went to Soarin’. So beautiful.
I like this view.
The Voices of Liberty.
We saw a few shows of the different Santas around the world. That was probably the favorite part of Epcot.
We ate at the German restaurant.
Then, we went to O’ Canada.
After that, we decided to head over to the Candlelight Processional.
It was a lovely program.
At Beach Cub, there was this AMAZING gingerbread display. It smelled soooo good.
And at Yacht Club, they had a village.
And this tree.
I quite like this photo of Boardwalk.
I got a quick picture of this sign on the bus back.
The next day, we went to Magic Kingdom for the Christmas party.
But we toured a couple resorts first. This was at Wilderness Lodge.
It was very hard to get a decent photo of this tree.
Ah, that one looks okay.
This was the gingerbread house at the Contemporary. It smelled good.
Then, we went to the Polynesian.
After that, we could get into Magic Kingdom.
I finally got a photo of this statue.
Main Street looks lovely at Christmastime.
I think the castle looks lovely.
The projections were cool.
We rode Buzz Lightyear.
This is the Frozen show.
I think this photo looks pretty.
I loved this show so much.
I just basically took a ton of pictures of Stitch.
Snowing in the most magical place on earth!
This was from the castle show. It’s so pretty.
This was me attempting to take a photo of my brand-new, sparkling Rose Gold Minnie Mouse ears. Did I mention I got them the morning they came back in stock and then by that night they were sold out?
I swear those streetlights were there just so my photos wouldn’t turn out right.
Ah, that one turned out…okay.
This is pretty cool.
Thus ends the parade.
Once the festivities died down, I snapped a pic of the famous statue.
The tree looks lovely.
Kind of blurry, but I kind of like the way it focused on the tree.
Main Street is sooooo pretty at night.
Sadly, it was time to say goodbye to Animal Kingdom Lodge for now.
We decided to end off our trip at Disney Springs. It was fun to do Stitch’s Holiday Hunt.
While we were at Basin, they had these orange bath bombs called Hidden Treasure. Treasure would be proud.
We also looked at the tree trail.
We had a great trip. I know I didn’t caption all of these photos, but hey, a picture is worth a thousand words right? And that was around 130 pictures, so do the math.
I hope you enjoyed reading our (late) travel recap!
What’s your favorite Christmas Vacation?