The Disney company spends a lot of time getting everything just right.
A lot of planning goes into the planning and decor.
I really like this area over in the seventies' section.
Who doesn't remember Mickey Mouse phones
and foosball gameboards.
But did you ever see foosball players about 15 feet tall?
And they have the full complement of both teams,
I just didn't get them all in this shot
because I couldn't stand far enough away.
Between the 60's and 70's was this big statue of a surfboard holding Goofy,
standing next to this awesome ride!
Surrounding the resort is a running path.
I did notice that most people just walked.
Of course it was in the low 90's most of the time I was there.
Behind the Pop Century is Hour Glass Lake.
Across the way is the Art of Animation Resort.
As bad as it looked here, the storm never came.
Welcome to Radiator Springs,
the big feature at the Art of Animation.
These photos were all taken at night time.
This is the Wheel Well Motel.
(In case you don't already know, I am talking about the Disney movie Cars.)
And that would be none other than Lightning McQueen.
That would be Fillmore advertising his Organic Fuel.
These are full size autos.
Really authentic looking.
This is my favorite!
Sheriff. Who else could it be.
Well, somewhere I have a great photo of me behind this car, pointing a pepsi bottle over the hood like a radar gun, but I can't find it.
I guess you had to be there.