Weekly Journal #12

Week 12 was defenitely and interesting one! I was deployed to Disney’s Art of Animation Resort this week… it was defenitely a huge change for me!

The resort itself is actually identical to my home resort, Disney’s Pop Century.  The only difference is the theming of the resort.  At Disney’s Pop Century Resort, each building represents a different decade of music… the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s.  Disney’s Art of Animation resort is themed to different movies! There is the Little Mermaid building, Lion King suites, Finding Nemo suites, and Cars suites.  I personally think the theming is much at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort is nicer than Disney’s Pop Century Resort. The main pool at Art of Animation is the Finding Nemo.  I was told that if you swim underwater in the pool, you can hear the voices from Finding Nemo which is SO cool!

The Main Entrance of Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

Finding Nemo Pool

Me at costuming getting a new costume for Disney’s Art of Animation Resort (minus the hat & sandals)

The lobby at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

Later on in the week, I met up with some ICP’s (International College Program) friends from my last CP! Rebekka is fron New Zealand and Emma is from London! I hope to visit them in the near future.  We worked at Sassagoula Floatworks Factory together and Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter Resort.  I had work in the morning, but spent the night with them at Disney’s Hollywood Studios!  We had some delicious food at Mama Melrose’s near the muppets show, and rode rides until closing! It was a great day well spent!

Me with my ICP friends Rebekka & Emma at Twilight Zone Tower of Terror

Me with my ICP friends Rebekka & Emma at Twilight Zone Tower of Terror

Week 12 was great! Can’t believe this semester is almost over! Time really does fly when you’re having fun.  Looking forward to week 13!

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1 Response to Weekly Journal #12

  1. Learning to compare and evaluate the two properties provided you will great learning opportunities. Though processes may remain the same the different environment may make some Cast Members uneasy, I am happy this is not the case for you. Your ability to adapt makes you more marketable.

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