The two resorts at the Tokyo Disney Resort are connected with a Monorail that circles the property. It makes a stop at a train station in between the two parks and to be honest, I've only been on this monorail twice and both times I did the same route: DisneySea Station --> Disneyland Station. So, I'm not totally sure where else it runs to and how long the route is, but I thought I'd share my experience. The trip between the two parks is a really nice experience and one that is totally on-theme. You exit DisneySea and head out to the station. Buying your one-way ticket at a machine, then you get through the turnstiles and head upstairs to the platform. A few minutes later...the monorail arrives. And it is full of Mickey Heads. The outside windows are Mickeys. And so are the handles you use when you are stuck standing as the train moves. Pretty simple, but adds so much to the experience. There was this one last touch in the car I was in: a "
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I had this experience riding the monorail from the Polynesian earlier this fall. We had just finished breakfast and I had to split to do something without the family, so I rolled into the monorail sans stroller, sans diaper bag, sans kids, sans wife. And had the whole thing to myself. Weird. But quite delightful at the same time.
This is the third post this week showing off a 'new to us' little freebie/item from down at Walt Disney World that we picked up on a trip. The first was a new Transportation Card from the Friendship boats around the Epcot Resort lake area . The second was the 'Honorary Custodian' sticker that the King of the Ball Tossers was given. Today it is this sweet Walt Disney World Monorail pilot wings sticker. As we were walking up the ramp to board the Monorail at the Epcot Center, one of the Cast Members/Monorail Pilots directed us towards an open section. Then, she whipped out a set of these stickers. We've never seen them before, so they're totally new to us. And the kids loved them. All three of them put the stickers on - right after I took this photo. In terms of ranking the 'coolest' factor of these freebies, I think these Monorail Pilot wings come in right behind the business card of the Honorable Christopher George Weaver, the Mayor o
Just like the Port Orleans Riverside pin that I posted here on the blog in late February , above you'll find a Disney's Contemporary Resort pin that we picked up on our recent trip down to WDW. I typically try to get the pin from the resort we stayed at during our trips, but sometimes it ends up being a holiday- inspired version like this Chip and Dale Christmas one from the Polynesian from the holidays in late 2015. I kinda love how they've included the monorail buzzing around from the side of the hotel in this pin and at first, I didn't love the Contemporary. What..with the real lack of theme-ing, right? Well, I've learned to really like it...and not just for the easy walk to the Magic Kingdom. (But, that is preetay, preetay, preetay nice, right??) Turns out, my parents stayed at the Contemporary during the first year of existence when they took my two oldest sisters down to WDW for a trip in 1971 during the inaugural year. That's kinda awesome, r
Spotted this Zootopia wrap on the Orange Monorail down at the Walt Disney World Resort in late March. Having talked about this with Nat, we're both *so* happy that this movie was good AND that it is doing so well. Often times, you don't get both. Good on Disney for promoting the movie on the Monorail around the Magic Kingdom on the resort line. And, while we're talking about Zootopia, if you have 45 minutes, watch this documentary on the making of the movie. ( update on 4/19/16...this movie has been switched to private. So..it doesn't work any more! )