So I’ve decided to extend my coverage to two more posts after this one. I experienced so much magic with Disney that it just couldn’t be contained in two posts, there had to be Four, so this if you are a regular reader you will see is post number two. I spent the night at the Marriott’s Renaissance Hotel in Hollywood. Just a hop skip and a jump to the Kodak Theater and the Walk of Stars!
The magic continued on day two with sleeping in. Oh, well my body wouldn’t let me sleep in so I got up at 6:30 just like any other day and decided to use a few hours to get caught up on blog reviews and giveaway posts. I can’t thank Disney enough just for the quiet time you provided me. I zipped out some writing and have 12 posts scheduled out. Woo hoo!
The day began with having our cameras taken away and with good reason. They revealed quite a few secrets and bouts of magic that can not be fully described with words and photos. Only a little pixie dust will do! Which is why there is another full post coming!
They fed us well again, in fact, I think I’m off my diet and back up again. We’ll see how my jeans fit when I get home. After lunch we had Ballroom Dancing lessons with Christian Perry, choreographer for Dancing With The Stars. I loved dancing and wished it would have lasted even longer. Everyone said I looked great on the floor, but I’ve taken lessons with my husband before (and I kicked my partner quite a few times ;-)). I think every wife should get their husband to take them dancing. Christian said to get your husband in a headlock and not to let go until you arrive on the dance floor. Let the dance hall take care of everything else. He was a great instructor as were all of the dancers he brought with him.
Christian Perry is in the picture on the right and I can’t remember the name of the guy on the left.
After dancing we had another break and then we met for dinner. The rest of the Disney magic was my favorite part of the entire event. They gave us beautiful books about Beauty and the Beast. Disney never forgets the details.
The tables for dinner were beautifully decorated and the lighting was excellent. I just loved every detail. then were we had the biggest surprise of all. We were provided with two Disney original sketches, what I mean by original is that they gave us drawings made right there and each one was different from the other. We watched the artists draw in front of us.
Magic Magic and more magic. we then met Belle, the voice of Belle. Paige. Wow, she is an amazing woman, animated character in real life, and constantly contributing to charity. And meeting her will be post four!
I also made some lasting friends and perhaps that will be another post altogether. Thank you Click Communications for inviting my to come out and experience some true Disney magic first hand.