|We stayed at a Royal Princess room in Port Orleans, so cute|
|The resort we stayed at Port Orleans|
Sadly it seems that we bring the Minnesota weather with us when we head to Florida in winter-time haha, two weeks ago is was colder and windier than usual in Orlando and now it seems to be back to average warmth haha. But still there was green plants and sometimes blue skies around, it was just hard to stand in 57 degree weather all day/night! One thing that was different from our last Disney christmas vacation was the crowds, this time was immensely more crowded than last time, so much so that I can't recommend spending money on the Christmas Party, it's just too packed to be fun.
That isn't saying it wasn't cute! Disney World is even more pretty and cute during the holiday season, and there are extra shows/exhibits to take in. We made a rounds of the resorts this trip, and were able to see a lot of different decorations as each hotel had their own themed trees and such. Particularly the Contemporary had a huge Frozen display made of ginger bread, and the Grand Floridian had an even bigger ginger bread house. All of that will certainly put a smile on your face!
|Frozen gingerbread display at the Contemporary|
|Gingerbread house at the Grand Floridian|
|The Grand Floridian|
The main even was the Very Merry Christmas Party, but it didn't turn out to be the funnest thing. It was really hard to see anything due to the amounts of people, lines were just as long as during normal hours. The best part was going to get tons of free cookies (we took home 2 gallon size bags!) The parade was very cute, and the fireworks were the best I've seen but otherwise I'd recommend passing. I didn't have great luck on the trip, lost a necklace, my camera lens cap etc. But like I said before I was glad to travel, and hopefully my photos helped bring you some Christmas spirit!