Best hotel ever; the serenity of the woodsy theme perfectly counteracts the sheer electricity (and often madness) of Disney World. After a day of ground-pounding the parks, it felt so good to come back to the hotel and feel genuinely relaxed, as opposed to a screaming, in-your-face continuation of the whole Mickey theme. I can't wait to stay here again! :)
I need to get back over there. Aside from grabbing a quick drink with friends there last June inbetween other destinations, I haven't actually walked and explored there for about ten years. It is breathtakingly beautiful.
I've never visited, but, in the pictures, it looks very pretty. Reminds me of The Great Northern on "Twin Peaks."
Hmm...somehow posting worked today. Wonder if I can duplicate this success.
Was it really as simple as unchecking the box that keeps me signed in?
Happy to see you can post again, Susan. Perhaps we should spend a day "RESORT-ing" soon.
Uh, yeah! I always feel like someone will arrest me if I show up without a reservation, so I appreciate the idea of your accompaniment.