Monday, June 20, 2011

Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida

Walt Disney World, the world's biggest amusement park, is a self-contained city, covering an area twice the size of New York's Manhattan. Four main parks comprise the bulk of Walt Disney World: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom.


Magic Kingdom holds the park's centerpiece, the iconic Cinderella’s Castle, which is surrounded by seven different magical lands. Plenty of rides beckon kids of all ages, from the shadowy indoor boat ride of Pirates of the Caribbean to the thrilling roller coaster Space Mountain. Storybook lovers will enjoy Animal Kingdom, with its unique blend of creatures real and fantastic, mixed with a healthy dose of Disney characters, storytelling, and magic.



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