Downtown Disney Resort Area Hotels

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  • Downtown Disney is an outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment complex located at the Walt Disney World Resort. Downtown Disney is open to the public, requires no admission fee and offers entirely free parking and transportation to all Disney resorts.

  • This is the shopping and nightlife district in Disney World. It does NOT require a ticket for entry.

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  • an area where many people go for recreation

  • (hotel) a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services

  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication

  • Hotel is a dimensional real estate game created by Milton Bradley in 1986. It is similar to Square Mile and Prize Property. In Hotel the players are building resort hotels and attempting to drive their competitors into bankruptcy.

  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists

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Contemporary Resort Monorail Hotel Viewed From on the Hot Air Balloon @ Downtown Disney, Day 5 Florida Band Trip

Contemporary Resort Monorail Hotel Viewed From on the Hot Air Balloon @ Downtown Disney, Day 5 Florida Band Trip

Disney's Contemporary Resort, which is a cool hotel with the monorail going right through it, was visible from the distance. I had to use a lot of zoom to get this photo. This was taken from on the Hot Air balloon in Downtown Disney. Downtown Disney is a cool area outside of the Disney Parks where there are shops, the House of Blues Cafe, and a movie theater. It was a cool place to get to visit. There is also a tethered hot-air balloon which some of my friends and I chose to ride on :D

These pictures were taken on our Band Florida Trip. I had lots of fun, and since we got to choose our groups, I hung out with all of my buddies during the trip :D
Trip began Sunday, June 6, 2010 when we got on the bus, and ended Saturday, June 12, 2010, the day we got back home. That same day we got back home, we headed out to Los Angeles that night, where the next day, we took a 747 out to New Zealand for our family New Zealand Trip!
Day 1: Bus Ride Out :(
Day 2: Arrive on bus after driving all night, spend day at Blizzard Beach Water Park in Disney World
Day 3: Disney's Animal Kingdom for first half of day, Hollywood Studios for second half.
Day 4: Marching Day, Disney's Magical Kingdom ALL DAY
Day 5: Hot air balloon and Blues Brothers Cafe, shopping area for first half of day and Epcot Center for second half of the day, where the ball is hosted by the company called SIEMENS XD! Isn't it ironic and hilarious that the giant BALL is presented by SIEMENS? XD we all got a kick out of that. The fireworks display was also presented by Siemens, and when they said that on the announcements, everybody cracked up, and then when the word "SIEMENS" was illuminated over the Epcot ball at night, people cracked up and a guy behind me was like, "hahaha, somebody take a picture of that!!!!" XD
Day 6: All day at Universal Studios, where the AWESOME RIDES were at (Disney had a few awesome roller coasters, but not nearly enough in each park). Also, went to HARRY POTTER SECTION OF UNIVERSAL STUDIOS, INCLUDING GOING THROUGH HOGSMEADE AND VISITING HOGWARTS, AND IT WAS EPIC! HARRY POTTER RULES! :D
Then at the end of the day, we left on the bus for home after eating dinner at the Hard Rock Cafe.
Day 7: We arrived home late in the morning, around noon.

Downtown Disney Blues

Downtown Disney Blues

Monorail Blue arrives at Downtown Disney Station, Disneyland Resort, Anaheim, California..

Downtown Disney is home to the Orange County location of House of Blues, a concert/restaurant venue that draws huge crowds to the area. But feeling the blues in another fashion, Downtown Disney is currently in a state of change...changing, as stores close and new tenants move in. In the last couple of months, 3 stores have closed, including the blue-fronted Kitson Kids, a brand famous for attracting celebrity clients. Kitson Kids closed a week after this photo was taken and now sits vacant waiting for its new owners, Apricot Lane to move in. Several store brands have closed over the years, and some were taken over by Disney and re-opened as Disney themed shops, such as D Street and Vault28.

I find this section of Downtown Disney fascinating because the Monorail tracks are only a couple feet overhead, and it is really nice to watch them pull into the station. Incidentally, these tracks and the location of the station are the original "front" for the Disneyland Hotel. Where I am standing was once the tram loading area for guests departing the Hotel for Disneyland, and a busy parking lot for shoppers and visitors to the Hotel's souvenir shops and restaurants.

Happy Monorail Monday!

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