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Posted by on Oct 2, 2012

New Splash Park at Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World Vacation

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort just got a little more kid friendly with the opening of a new splash park.  This splash park it next to the themed pool and features the beloved characters from the Disney Classic movie called Alice in Wonderland.  The big words across the front of the splash park give notice to the Alice in Wonderland theme…Curiouser and Curiouser.  There are several slides, tea cups that fills with water, kettles that pour water like a waterfall, pictures of Alice and other Wonderland characters, and even a huge Mad Hatter hat.  The Mad Hatter hat fills with water and dumps every few minutes.  This splash park is perfect for preschoolers.

The splash park is separate from the themed pool.  You are next to the snack bar with tables for dining.  Plus, there are lounge chairs circling the splash park, making it easy for the parents to keep an eye on the children.  Disney even provides a life guard to over see this area.

So are you ready to book your trip to Disney so you can experience this new splash park? Contact me and we’ll plan a magical vacation for your family!
Orginally posted on Destinations in Florida

Jennifer

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  1. (DVD) Picked this set up today at one of the local stores. Thought I’d share some coenmmts. The set consists of six DVDs, each in an individual thin case which are stored in a cardboard sleeve. Most of the videos are widescreen , but a few are full screen 1.33:1 ratio and they all lack close-captioning. These videos document what there is to do at the parks and attractions, with a lot of interviews of park employees and with actual customers. It does start to seem like a hour long commercial for Disney, but I guess that is expected given that it’s a detailed look at a theme park and it’s attractions. Listing of the discs; 1) Walt Disney World Resort: Behind the Scenes. 52 minutes with two extra features; What’s New in the Haunted Mansion & Stitch’s Great Escape. Not sure just how long each of the extra features are but they seem to be around 8~12 minutes. This DVD reminded me of the History Channel’s documentary . 2) Disneyland Resort: Behind the Scenes. 55 minutes with two extra features; Walt Disney’s Apartment on Main Street & King Arthur’s Carousel. 3) Ultimate Walt Disney World. 57 minutes with two extra features; Goofy’s Barnstormer & Catastrophe Canyon. 4) Disney’s Animal Kingdom. 42 minutes, no extra features. 5) Disney Cruise Line. 52 minutes with two extra features; Sneak Peek at the Disney Dream & Virtual Ride on the Disney Dream AquaDuck. 6) Undiscovered Disney Parks. 50 minutes with two extra features; What’s New at Walt Disney World’s Resort Hotels & Tips for Walt Disney World Travelers.

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