Sunday, December 20, 2009

My Disney Resort Christmas Tour - Part 3

My Disney Resort Christmas Tour - Part 1
My Disney Resort Christmas Tour - Part 2

Welcome back for the 3rd part to my Disney Resort Christmas Tour at The Grand Floridian.
The Grand Floridian is by far my favorite Disney World resort. I have never stayed there but when we were living and working at Disney, we loved hanging out at the beach, walking around the path and just relaxing at the GF. Mark my words, I will one day get my Grand Floridian Disney vacation. ;o)

Isn't it absolutely glorious?

They had a large tree on the main floor that was several stories high and then smaller themed trees on the upper levels.
The Grand Floridian Christmas decor is centered around this life size gingerbread house. They sell gingerbread and cocoa from it and it is absolutely adorable!
Unfortunately, there were way too many people around to get a shot without anyone in it (therefore having my picture graced with 2 random children ha) and no way of cropping them out of it without chopping off the bottom portion of the house. :)

I love that the last ingredient is Pixie Dust, of course! ;o)
The cast who put the gingerbread house together did such a great job with the detailing.
A view of the top/back from the balcony above.
Here are some of the other decorations from the 2nd floor.
I will be prepublishing the last parts so that they will be coming out over the next couple days, so keep checking back!
Part 4 - Disney's Boardwalk
Part 5 - Disney's Yacht and Beach Club


Kelsey @ Seattle Smith's said...

I bet you were in heaven!!

Teresa @ Grammy Girlfriend said...

As a Disney addict...I am loving your blog...It has been such a blessing to meet you in blogland...You have enriched my life. Blessings to you and yours....Merry Christmas and a New Year filled with many blessings.
Grammy Girlfriend

Shoshanah said...

I'm trying to catch up on everything I've missed over the holidays, and I love these posts. I especially the giant gingerbread house here. I can't even imagine how crazy it must be to make that