Category Archives: Walt Disney World

ATAT

Star Tours - The Adventures ContinueThe photo above is of the “head” of an All Terrain Armored Transport, also known as an ATAT.  This is outside of the Star Tours – The Adventures Continue Attraction at Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios.    For a complete description of this Transport visit Wookieepedia, below is an excerpt of the website describing the ATAT.

The All Terrain Armored Transport (AT-AT) walker, also known as the Imperial
Walker, was a major part of the Galactic Empire's army. It was one of the
most heavily armored land vehicles in the Imperial Army, but was also known \
for its relatively slow speed.

Below you will find additional photos of the attraction.  These are all in the queue as you are waiting to get to the ride.

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The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights

The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing LightsI know it is not Christmas but I had to share these now because I think that they are spectacular. The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights is an attraction at Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios that takes place for a little over a month of the year. They install millions of lights on the streets of New York. They wrap every surface with lights. Then they make them dance to music. It is a wonderful site to be seen. Take a look at the photos and let me know what you think, but photos do not do this justice and it MUST be seen in person to be fully appreciated.

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Put Down The Camera!

'OHANA at Disney's Polynesian ResortGoing through my photos from the Walt Disney World trip over the Christmas Holiday and I found this one. I think I was saying “PUT DOWN THE CAMERA!” or something to that effect. I am not sure which one of the kids had the camera. This was at dinner at ‘OHANA in Disney’s Polynesian Resort.

This is a great place to go for dinner.  It is like a buffet but you do not need to get up as they bring all the food to you.  You get Wings, Salad, Steak, Shrimp, Pork, plus Desert.  They cook all the meat over an open fire and you can watch the food being cooked.

The kids love it and like the “Spits of Meat” that they bring to the table.

Enjoy!