Come and join us for another installment of the WDW-Memories podcast, where I try to make it possible for you relive your Walt Disney World Memories when you can’t actually be there. We will continue reliving a day in Disney’s Hollywood Studios as we sing at the tops of our lungs with Princess Anna and Princess Elsa.
Podcast Type: Binaural Audio
Podcast Length: 1:04:34
Is it really time for another memory already? We’ve just returned from a wonderful trip to Sedona, Arizona were we saw some of the most amazing natural wonders. I’m still recovering from the time change. That’s something that never happens when I go to Walt Disney World, since it’s all Eastern Time zone. And I must say, I kind of missed the humidity, even though we averaged about 70 degrees every day. Still, I love Walt Disney World as a vacation destination, especially in the winter times, just like in today’s memory.
Just like last time, we’re reliving my memories from our most recent trip to Walt Disney World in January of 2015. It’s a beautiful sunny day, and our first full day in the parks. In our last memory, my family and I were trying to decide what to do first, and since we’ve got the older kids that actually seen Frozen (and love it I might add), we’ve decided to make seeing the For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration our first attraction of the day.
We’ll pick back up as the family finished taking photos with Pluto, taken a potty break, and are now ready to continue on to the queue area. I can never remember where this theater is back behind Muppets. I split off from the family to park the stroller while they get in line. The queue wraps all around Muppets, and has to be cut as it crosses a walkway before finally going inside the theater. I’ll catch back up with the family as they make their way back up to the walkway, and we’ll all make it inside for the show.
As we go inside, the theater is deceptively larger than I realized, but we still end up with seats off to the side. We’re stage left, near the front, so it’s not great, but it’s also not horrible. It won’t take them long to fill the theater up, and in no time the show will begin. The kids love it, all the singing and the snow indoors. Oddly enough, other recordings I’ve seen and heard, I swear folks were really singing, however listen in mine, it’s not nearly as many people singing. After the show ends, we’ll collect our things and head out to make more memories.
Today’s memory is in binaural, so I’d suggest putting those headphones on to fully immerse yourself in the memory.
Now sit back. Relax. Close your eyes. And come with me as we sing along with two of the most popular princesses in all of Disney.