A Picture Is Worth A Bunch Of Words – Roger Rabbit

Yes, I know the saying goes that a picture is worth a thousand words but that’s way too many words. I’ll keep it short and sweet.

I love Roger Rabbit. I thoroughly enjoyed the movie and rewatch it with a smile on my face each time. He’s goofy and zany but he’s also a truly good bunny. Roger is a devoted husband and caring friend.

Sometimes, we will visit POP Century Resorts just to admire my old friend. There is a billboard and window homage to Who Framed Roger Rabbit in Hollywood Studios. I remember the days when there was so much of Roger and the gang to be seen.

In Disneyland, Roger has a ride in Toontown. It’s a wild taxi ride avoiding the Dip. Fun queue and great attention to detail. Right in front of the ride is a fountain. I will put it as a tie for my favorite fountain along with Miss Piggy. Of course the Splash fountain is gone but will always be number one.

I know someday all traces of Roger may be gone from the parks so I’m glad I have my pictures to look back on.

Gina

Four Parks in One Day – By Accident

We didn’t set out to visit all four parks in one day again, it just happened. My car was being repaired. We had two choices, stay home or get a Lyft. We don’t stay home. We’re too antsy.

Our first stop was the Ticket and Transportation Center. We got dropped off close to the monorail entrance. The line for security was really long so we figured we’d visit the Polynesian Resort.

We walked around and enjoyed the view then made our way over to the Grand Floridian. The carriage was waiting for a bride.

What a beautiful resort! We took the boat to the Magic Kingdom. It’s a great ride. What a way to make an entrance!

At the Magic Kingdom, we met up with Mary Poppins and she was practically perfect in every way! Joffrey’s helped us with some caffeinated fuel.

After walking around and enjoying the sights we got on the monorail to the TTC and then onto Epcot. The loop around Future World is worth the ride!

Lunch was a protein salad at the Electric Umbrella. Staying hydrated is always very important. Our friends met us and after visiting the Festival Center, we walked around the world. The International Gateway was next and then off to Crescent Lake.

Mickey bars at the Beach Club Resort were followed by water at the Yacht Club Resort. Not a bad place for a rest. Next stop – Hollywood Studios.

The movie in One Man’s Dream was the Nutcracker. Looks good.

By this time, it dawned on us that we had visited three parks already. Why stop? We could handle one more! So we jumped on the bus to Animal Kingdom.

Not going to lie, I know I was getting tired! We had dinner at Flame Tree Barbecue. It’s always one of our favorites. We people watched and walked around a bit then left to catch a Lyft home.

I can’t wait to see what tomorrow brings!

Parks – 4

Resorts – 4

Boat – 1

Monorail – 2

Bus – 1

Lyft – 2

Steps – 25k each

Gina