- Jan 18, 2009
I'm glad we could help you get excited about your trip! We're taking friends in May, it should be LOTS of fun.You are so nice to share these fantastic photos. I plan to show them to my friends this weekend. They are going with us in November for their first ever trip to Disney. It is going to be so much fun to share the magic with another family. I am so excited about it!
Poly beach is a great place to watch the fireworks from. My favorite "outside of the park" view remains the Contemporary. I just prefer the castle to be bigger, though the fireworks are off-center from that view.Stunning fireworks photos! We have never watched the fireworks from the Poly beach, but it has always been on my radar as something to try. Looking forward to Franklin's video!
I am the same way about the GF. It's a GORGEOUS resort, but I've never really felt like if I was going to stay at a deluxe that I would stay there. But it is one we enjoy visiting just to enjoy the atmosphere, especially when it is decorated for Christmas!
It seems GF and CR can be two of the more polarizing resorts among Disney fans. I'm not a fan of of the whole Victorian vibe at GF when it comes to where I want to stay. But the dining is to die for and the lobby is stunning. On the other hand, I love the modern decor (that many people hate) at CR. And I love how many different places you can see Cinderella's Castle from the tower. Now THAT'S Disney enough for me!I have also never felt a pull to stay there, same reason. It is certainly beautiful though!
Fireworks from the Poly beach have been on my to do list for a while now. I keep saying that but never get around to it. Maybe next time!
Phenomenal fireworks pictures, as always. I sometimes like seeing them from further away, it's less overwhelming and you can take it all in a little easier.
Your meal (especially dessert!) looks yummy!