Thursday, July 27, 2017

We had an amazing time last night at Disney on Ice at Gwinnett Center! This was our first time at a Disney on Ice performance and we weren’t disappointed. Disney on Ice Presents World of Fantasy! You experience some of your favorite Disney moments with some of your favorite characters!! Of course it started with the host’s Minnie Mouse and Mickey Mouse. It begins with them entering the rink in their car, which is having a bit of a hiccup. But no worries, their friends come to the rescue!

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Of course Donald and Goofy didn’t really “help” so they had to call in more experienced friends for help.

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The Cars gang came to the rescue and got the situation under control, got their car up and running and raced their way off the ice!

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The next Disney friend is an oldie but a goodie! The little Mermaid swam (or skated) her way around the ice with her favorite pals Sebastian and Flounder all the while trying to find love on dry land. They performed their classic numbers from the movie and of course Ariel got her true love in the end.

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Next you get a glimpse into Pixie Hallow following Tinker Bell as she tries to find her calling. See all things magical that these lovely little fairies display, pixie dust and all!! It was adorable, even my son said he enjoyed it.

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Next you’ll see Woody and the gang escape Sunnyside Daycare as race to get home before Andy leaves for college. This one was by far my favorite. The Toy Story gang was so funny, especially Ken and Barbie! It seemed like they spent more time on Toy Story than the other Disney stories, yet still giving adequate time to them all.

The show lasted about 2 hours but I swear time flew by! There was something for everyone in this show so the whole family can enjoy. Toy Story had some awesome songs that everyone was joining in singing to. I swear every time a new character came out that the crowd went wild! It was a great experience that I highly recommend seeing! Disney on Ice will be at Gwinnett Center until May 17th! You can see other Disney on Ice shows HERE for a show playing near you! ┬áNext time I am definitely getting an up close and personal seat! regardless, I recommend trying to get seats in the 100 section as you will be facing the show versus the side. Of course with it being a kids show there was plenty of talking, etc. I found that it didn’t bother us at all as they show’s music and sound was at a volume that was perfect! I hope you all can get a chance to see this spectacular show and have a great time as we have had!

*I received tickets to facilitate a review. As always, all opinions are my own.

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Hi, I'm Stacey, the face behind Eat Make Travel. I was born and raised in Michigan, and currently reside in Atlanta. I have a son who doubles as my sidekick. Eat Make Travel is a lifestyle blogs where I share recipes and food that I love, travel destinations that we like frequent and craft/DIY projects. Oh, and let me not forget to mention that I currently have a goal to hit up as many States as possible before December 31, 2017!

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Hi, and welcome to Eat Make Travel. I'm Stacey, an Atlanta area mom who loves to travel, loves food that accommodates my pescatarian palate, and doing things myself. Follow along as I share my experiences here in Atlanta and during our travels, food that I love to eat and things I love to make.

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