Welcome to those of you joining me from yourfirstvisit.net and to those of you just hopping aboard. I am the 3rd stop on our Magical Blogorail!
As you read this I will surely be finishing up my last-minute packing for
our family’s Fourth of July trip to Walt Disney World! Our most recent visit to The
World was in 2011, so we are excited to see all the changes that have come to
Fantasyland, namely, Storybook Circus and The Enchanted Forest. While Dumbo the
Flying Elephant, Enchanted Tales with Belle and The Journey of the Little
Mermaid are sure to delight our family, there is one new attraction that will probably top them all: The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. Sadly, although great
progress has been made toward the completion of this project, it will not be finished in time for our visit.
That’s just one more reason to plan our next
Oh, sure, we'll miss Snow White’s Scary Adventures -- always one of our Fantasyland must-do’s. But I am sure that replacing this
classic slow-moving dark ride with a coaster will meet with the approval of us all, especially my
roller coaster will tell the story of Snow White in a new and updated way. Guests will go on a journey into the dwarfs’
diamond mine, on a train with a new ride system – cars will rock back and forth just like real mine cars, so guests will
feel every twist and turn in the track.
Animated figures and music from the film will complete the story and
bring guests into the forest with Snow White and her friends. ~ wdwinfo.com
As you know, Billy has Autism and because of this he has an affinity for the deep pressure sensations he gets from fast rides that toss him around a bit. With The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train he’ll get speed, pressure AND rocking! This attraction will be a bonanza of sensory stimulation! What could be better for a teenage boy on The
I'm looking forward to hearing an explosion of his deep belly laughs when we ride this ride. It’s going to be worth the wait!
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