Welcome to our second look a the Holidays around Walt Disney World. When we last left our world travellers Renee was about to take the stage with Neil Patrick Harris and we wondered just what would happen next.
As expected, the event went off without a hitch and it was a beautiful evening enjoyed by all. So let's just pick up with this beautiful holiday tradition. If you missed our first update earlier this week, click here to check it out.
Written by Renée Girard
Epcot's Candlelight Processional is a perfect holiday tradition. Neil Patrick Harris is always such a wonderful narrator.
Time to eat around the world! Stopped back at Alpine Haus for some delicious and filling cheese fondue!
Editors Note: Apparently Twitter thinks the Cheese Fondue at EPCOT is sensitive material. I mean, it's amazing, but not THAT amazing (if you know what I mean). ;)
At Feast of the Three Kings, I had to try the coquito. So good!
Seasonal Southern looks to have some tasty treats. Getting a little stuffed already but will definitely be back!
Crazy Elf looks like another drink we'll have to try next time too!
The bakery at Norway has one of the best desserts I've had in a while, pumpkin cheesecake with chocolate topped with pumpkin seeds!
I've seen plenty of ugly Christmas sweaters but never an ugly Christmas suit. Most impressive!
Had a lovely evening celebrating the holidays at Epcot. We'll be back to see more soon!
Enjoying a lovely morning on the water at Disney's Boardwalk Resort.
Lots of holiday treats available at the general store at Disney's Boardwalk.
The Boardwalk Bakery is one of my favorite places in WDW!
Pumpkin streusel muffin and coffee from the Boardwalk Bakery to start the day.
Going to see what holiday offerings are at Disney Springs tonight!
Decorations from all of the holidays for the season line the sidewalks of Disney Springs
The decorations in the Town Center of Disney Springs look beautiful!
Dining at Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar tonight!
Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar has some holiday specials as well as a happy hour menu.
The view outside while dining at Jock Lindsey's during sunset is quite nice.
Reggie's Revenge is one of my favorite drinks to get at the Hangar Bar.
It's a little pricey, but all of the small plate dishes we tried at Jock Lindsey's were very good!
At the Disney Springs Welcome Center, we picked up booklets to play Stitch's Holiday Gift Hunt.
Some of the beautifully delicious holiday treats at Amorette's Patisserie.
Saw both showings of tonight's Starbright Holidays show from two different locations. A really cool, creative little show!
One of the Intel Shooting Star drones from Starbright Holidays on display at Disney's Pin Traders. The technology they do is awesome!
New this year at Disney Springs is the Christmas Tree Trail, over in the marketplace next to Once Upon a Toy.
All of the Christmas trees along the trail are themed to some of the classic Disney animated movies.
The Christmas trees aren't anything amazing or flashy, but I'm a fan of anything Christmas-y, so I enjoyed them.
Christmas tunes to sing and dance along to, thanks to the DJ at the Disney Springs marketplace.
Always love seeing the holiday touches added to the Disney parks and resorts. Disney Springs looks great!
Ending the evening with Sprinkles cupcakes. Seasonal flavors are chocolate peppermint and gingerbread. So good!!