Rides with Friends by Brie (@BufferflyBrie)

12 Apr

The happiest moments of my life are spent in Walt Disney World, and when I am surrounded by friends, the attractions are even more worthwhile.  My three favorite experiences EVER were experienced with none other than the author of this fabulous blog, Shelley Caran.  Spaceship Earth is the first one  – not only did we have a hilarious time making the silliest faces we could muster for the picture-taking, but we laughed until our faces were red as we enjoyed the Phoenicians’ company.  We also had quite the experience on Malestrom in Norway.  As we were going backwards down the hill, I completely forgot about the terror that is the polar bear that rears up on its legs; when I saw it, I let out a blood-curdling scream and held on to Shelley for dear life.  And I could not forget about the incredible journey on Test Track that gave us what we now dubbed “Fran Drescher” hair.

I have had phenomenal experiences with other friends as well.  Riding Big Thunder Mountain Railroad with Dave (Shelley’s awesome husband; @DavidCaran), Zoe (Shelley’s adorable daughter), Nicole (@njoysiscaretti), and John (@DisneyWorlds) was an unforgettable moment.  Jazz hands forever!  Riding It’s A Small World with John should be on everyone’s list of things to do when in Disney World.  And I will never, ever forget enjoying an emotionally happy ride on Peter Pan with John and Nicole.  Oh, and one more must-do when traveling to WDW: riding Haunted Mansion with Aurora (@RoraBorieAlice).  The conversation you will have on the attraction will be an unforgettable one!

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Being with friends is good therapy for the soul.  I think this is one of the reasons Uncle Walt invented the Disney parks.   Not only can individuals have the time of their lives being in the most magical place on earth, but they can spend time with their loved ones…which really is the most important part.

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One Response to “Rides with Friends by Brie (@BufferflyBrie)”

  1. Lynn (lynnsc08) April 13, 2011 at 11:13 am #

    Great job Brie! The parks are so much more fun and entertaining when time is spent with friends.

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