"Around here, however, we don't look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things...and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths."
---Walter Elias Disney

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Disney Architecture

I'm hopping aboard Focused On The Magic's Wordless Wednesday Magical Blogorail today and offering my contributions to today's theme, Disney Architecture. Go ahead and follow that link and check out all the cool picures. It's called a "blog hop" and it's fun :)

If you enjoy these, there's plenty more on Pooh Sticks Facebook page!

A little Architecture under construction at the new Fantasyland
I'm not sure I'd want to stay here, but I have always loved that the monorail ran through :)

My favorite spot on Main Street. I love that there is no real reason to come down here (well, now there's a Sororcer portal, but that's a recent thing) , but Disney went all out building this to look perfect

We took tons of architecture pics in Morocco. Love that place
We feel very comfortable in Epcot's United Kingdom. It seems sort of Hobbit-y.

8 comments:

  1. What great examples of Disney architecture! I can't wait to see the New Fantasyland completed and all the new architecture they have planned. Lol,the UK does look Hobbit-y cute! Thanks so much for sharing and for joining in on the Disney WW Blog Hop fun today!

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  2. What a great collection - some spots I feel like I've either never seen, or noticed before!? I'm with you on the monorail coolness factor of the Contemporary. But it wouldn't be my Deluxe choice, either. ;)

    I'm going to seek out that quaint little section of Main Street next time!

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  3. I love the UK architecture! Those are all wonderful photos!

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  4. My first time stopping in- I love your blog name, and I'm now a follower!!

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  5. Great pics! Love that area in the back of the UK pavilion - it's so peaceful back there :)

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  6. We stayed in the room at the Grand Californian in Disneyland that was right above where the monorail cut through the hotel. I thought the noise would be bothersome, but it didn't bother us at all and it was a blast to sit out on the balcony and watch the monorail come right at you every 10 minutes or so.
    Love the UK buildings as well. Feels like you could stop almost anywhere for a spot of tea.

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  7. Great post & wonderful photos!!

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  8. Beautiful selections! I love that Morocco and UK shots. The UK one does look like it's part of a storybook land.

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