Take a virtual audio trip in this installment of the WDW-Memories podcast, brought to you in immersive binaural sound, as we enjoy another magical memory from Walt Disney World. In this memory, you will join my family as we stop in front of Cinderella’s Castle to watch the Autumn version of Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire.
Well hello and welcome to the WDW-Memories Podcast where together we relive that Walt Disney World Magic. My name is Lou and I’ll once again be your host on this magical adventure.
It’s another beautiful morning here in Kentucky. The weather is cooler than normal, and I’m loving it. I have to say, if there is a silver lining to the way we are living right now I feel like I’m getting to see more of the sun, and I’m spending more time outside in nature around me. It is very peaceful and calming, and sometimes you just have to stop and listen to the birds and the wind in the trees. It’s amazing how listening can easily transport you to a place and memory from the past. Maybe today’s memory will do that for you.
In today’s memory, we will continue our day from September 2016 as we have begun the day in the Magic Kingdom. We are again joined by my extended family and will be continuing the memory just as we finished watching Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room and are prepared to meet my brother and his family as we will be getting some lunch at The Crystal Palace. After eating our fill and taking many pictures with Winnie the Pooh and his friends, we are ready to take on our day. As we exit, we collect the strollers and begin the trek to our first destination, but quickly change our minds as the stage show in front of Cinderella’s Castle begins. So we work our way to a good spot in the newly wide-open hub area, and let the kids dance and sing along with the music, waving at our favorite characters as they come on stage. Once the show is over, we’ll continue through the hub on our way to our next attraction in Tomorrowland.
The stage show is good, with usually a weak plotline, but it’s an easy way to see some characters and let the kids feel like they are in control. There’s no line, and if you play it right, it might not even be that crowded. So if you have small children, put this in your day and just let the kids be free while they watch, and you watch them for their responses.