The Disney Marathon was more fun than I can express. Rather than rehashing all the details that others of you have already done so well. I thought I would put together a list of some of the things I learned during this trip. I am already looking forward to my next visit and beyond. Currently planning Mousefest for later this year and possibly Disneyland. No plans for the Disney half in 2010 but am looking at 2011. Many thanks to all of you for making this trip so special. Here's the list.
The phrase “We wants the red head” can strike fear into the heart of an impressionable young boy. Especially one with red hair.
Purchasing one of those clear lanyard tags for my Magic Your way card seemed like a good idea at the time.
Riding Space Mountain and having the lap bar unknowing shear off said tag from lanyard, can strike fear into the heart of an adult whom upon exiting the attraction realizes his park ticket/hotel key is missing.
Disney Cast Members who locate missing ticket on floor of rocket are priceless.
There is more wonder in the eyes of a child than a teenager. Although there were moments.
I attempted to forbid my kids from texting for the sake of a family vacation. Only to find myself experienced with how to use itap by trips end.
The Cheese soup at Le Cellier, really is delicious!
When dining at Whispering Canyon take the time to enjoy your diet coke. Other wise your waitress may bring you a larger glass and announce to everyone that the guy at table # 14 has a drinking problem.
Evidently the W in my last name stands for Wasowski. That’s Wasowski with one eye.
Seeing monorails pass overhead while running is really cool.
Samantha Brown was right. The Grand Marnier Orange Slush is yummy.
Dole Whips are better here than at the Iowa State Fair. Something about the atmosphere I think.
That other intro guy is a swell dude.
At these links you can look up your marathon photos. Half Full
Did I mention the Cheese soup at Le Cellier, really is delicious!
If your going to heat your pool in the winter. You might as well use it.
Seeing Lisa and Trace all dressed up and riding Big Thunder after their dinner at Victoria & Alberts. Priceless. (Wish I had a picture of that one.)
There is a hidden Tinkerbell outside Big Thunder.
At Epcot I learned that I can predict the future. (Well Sorta) This link will take you to a story I wrote over at Passamaquoddy last February.
Hanging out with friends that also have kids, makes the day more fun for everyone.
I have photographic evidence that giraffes do exist. This fella was right next to our safari truck.
And lastly, these people are great!