Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Epcot Phone Booth

First off, there will be some kind of wedding trip report this week, but until then read this post.  While in Epcot last week, my new wife wanted to have her picture taken in the phone booth outside the England Pavilion in Epcot.  I crammed her, my sister, and my cousin in the booth and took a shot.

I stepped in to have my picture taken when the phone started ringing.  I answered it not knowing what to expect, until I heard a little girls voice.

Kid: Hello
Me: Hello?
Kid: My name is (random kid name I forgot) what's yours?
Me: Donnie, nice to meet you (random kid name I forgot)
Me:  Where are you from?
Kid: Hold on..............(asking parents)  Fort Worth
Me:  Wow, I'm from Texas too,  do you know where you are calling?
Kid:  Yes, the phone booth in Epicot. (Yes, she said Epicot)
Me:  How did you get this number?
Kid: Let me ask my mom, I'll call you back.

So, I hung up and waited a minute and the phone rang again.  She gave me a web address where I could find the number, but I really could not understand what she was saying so I thanked her and we hung up.

I did a google search and found the numbers, here they are:


Now, go call England and freak out the guests who are brave enough to answer. 

Friday, November 18, 2011

WDW Bound!

Guess where I'm going tomorrow? Yup, Walt Disney World, did I mention I'm getting married too.  I plan on going instagram crazy while in the parks, so follow me on twitter (donniedisney) or instagram (donniesaur) and I'll try to take some good pictures.

See ya in a week or so!

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

1990 MGM Shows

Here are a few pictures from my families 1990 trip to Walt Disney World.  It would appear that in my younger years I really enjoyed watching shows.

Maybe I liked shows so much back then because they were awesome.  Rescue Rangers, Yes please.  Although, Gadget does look pretty nuts. 

Duck Tales and Gummi Bears! 

Let's hope that with the new Muppet movie coming out in a few weeks Disney will dust off these costumes.  

Don't forget about the Ninja Turtles, it wouldn't be a proper 1990 post without them!

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Walt Disney World 1981

I found this brochure from 1981,  the pricing is a little confusing.  One day adult admission is $13.  Under that they have transportation and Magic Kingdom admission for $9.50, is this on top of the $13?

A birthday everyday sound like a precursor to Pleasure Islands  "New Years Eve every night!"