Wordless Wednesday: Crystal Palace

If you’re lucky enough to be celebrating the holiday at the Magic Kingdom, Crystal Palace is a great choice for family fun. Amazing food, great characters and a view of Cinderella’s castle! Happy Thanksgiving to all!

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Karen grew up in the Boston area and traveled to Disney World many times with her parents and sister. Always staying at the Fort Wilderness Cabins gave the trips a feeling of a home away from home. It also started the tradition of attending the Hoop Dee Doo Review on each trip! Somehow that show sparked her interest in the Disney College Program. Which she did in the fall of 2002, working as a hostess @ Captain Jacks in Downtown Disney. Now as an adult, Karen finds herself traveling to the parks on a yearly basis! Photography has always been a hobby of Karen’s, but over the past few years it has become her passion. It’s even taken her to her favorite place! The Make a Wish Foundation sent a family to Disney for a week and Karen was lucky enough to be their photographer of choice! She got to tag along and photograph their memories being made. She hopes to get that experience again someday! You can find more of Karen’s photography on her site www.KPportraits.com.

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2 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Crystal Palace

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  2. Shepard C Willner says:

    I remember having lunch and dinner at the Crystal Palace on Main Street in the Magic Kingdom on my first visit in December ’76. I was visiting the park with my maternal grandmother after finishing my first fall semester of college that year. The food was fairly good, considering it was served buffet-style, but I don’t recall seeing the Disney characters there. Perhaps they were visiting other guests at other tables. I didn’t mind: fewer interruptions, and good conversation w/Grandma about planning the visit to the park made up for that lack of interaction with Mickey and his buds. Memories…

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