Love it! The theme, songs, atmosphere, everything. If you don’t are in the mode for Christmas, you certainly will get in the mood there. And just to have a stroll around and look on the décor to see how beautiful everything is.
Have lived in Santa Fe twice.
You get what you pay for. Last time me and my buddy lived here, we lived in a room that was located close to Disney Village, so we thought it was easier to go to the parks rather than to go and take the bus.
Breakfast at the hotel could well have been a little more variety, like the rough bread. We found only white bread.
Try and get an early slot on the breakfast, since it is not so much people and better place, and that you get better time in the parks.
I just love the show. Seeing the characters interact and dance to the music.
Also in the show, they got a little boy or a girl from the audience to go and check the cave along with the female actor. I must say that I feel a little bit sorry on the little boy or girl’s behalf, since when the bear come out of the cave, it could be a bit frightening for the kid.
When I was watching the show, I got a seat to the right at the theater and I think I would have enjoyed it more if I got at seat in the middle of the theater. So I recommend others to be early so they could get a god place to spot the show.
But I could strongely recommend it. Not to long, and not to short play (about 25 min). And when you sit and wait for the show to start, I think is fun to just sit and look at the stage.
Like this trip.
Quiet and calm, and you are relaxed compared to what is happening elsewhere in the park. Could have been a few seats on board, so you get rested up while the boat is cruising.
When the boat and the train meet each other as they greet each other by the whistle is fantastic. Great to be able to relax while watching what is happening around the boat.