Photo from our visit to the Spirit of Aloha show located at the Poly
Do you love the Polynesian Resort like I do? There is nothing like the sights and smells of this endearingly retro Disney Resort. We spoke a bit about the this resort on a recent episode of the Disney Parks Podcast. Perhapsyou have heard about all the changes that are coming to the “Poly” as it is affectionately known by Disney fans. My friend John got an inside tip about a new color scheme that is currently being tested out in one of the hallways. Check out his video to compare the old and the new colors – I would love to hear what you think!
Looking for a something different and fun to look forward to?
How about making a dining reservation now for either The Whispering Canyon Cafe or Artist Point over at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge?
You do not have to have park tickets or be a guest at any Disney resort if you want to get your Disney fix. Make a reservation for Whispering Canyon Cafe or Artist Point by calling 407-WDW-Dine.. When you arrive at the resort, you can park for free. Just let the guard know you have a dining reservation and he will wave you through. Before or after your delicious meal – you can pick up a park map at the front desk, enjoy the Lodge’s version of “Old Faithful”, gaze at the sparkling pool, sit on a comfy couch in the lobby – even catch some classic Disney cartoons playing on the hidden TV in the lobby. If you are like my sisters…you will want to take a nice walk after your meal. Here’s a fun activity for your walk…you can look for some of these OFFICIAL Hidden Mickeys! This is EXTRA fun if you have kids in tow. Tip: Print this and take your list along!
There are 14 individual hidden Mikeys located in the common areas alone, including one in a fireplace screen:
Artist Point, right-hand mural—coloration of lower right-hand tree varies creating shape
Artist Point—cloud in the distance of the left-hand mural
Lobby—in a key on display between the front desk and Mercantile merchandise shop
Lobby—right-hand side of fireplace just below the red rocks
Mercantile—outside, the bus driver on the sign showing the resort transportation location
Outside entrance—right, inside support post below iron band at top
Outside entrance—right, outside support post below iron band at top
Territory Lounge—colored area on rear end of a pony in mural on ceiling
Territory Lounge—map at the entrance, one of the pots about two feet from the bottom
Whispering Canyon Cafe—in bottom ironwork of fireplace in back room