One of the most re-pinned pins on my Pinterest board has been the infographic I created on A Typical Day at Animal Kingdom – see the pin on Pinterest here.
Creating infographics is fun, but they can be pretty time consuming and I just haven’t set aside the time to create more until now! I decided my next ‘typical day’ infographic would be about Epcot. Since it’s my favorite park, it was really hard to fit everything I love to do into tiny geometric shapes, but I think I figured it out. I may not eat quite as much as I have outlined, but it isn’t for lack of trying! Is there anything in your typical day at Epcot that’s not on my list?? Re-pin a Typical Day at Epcot here.
A Typical Day at Epcot (INFOGRAPHIC)
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After going to Disney World many times, you’d think that it would become less and less important to take pictures since we have literally thousands of pictures from the parks. However, no matter how many times we go there are certain pictures that I find myself taking again and again, even though nothing has changed since the last picture!
One of my biggest pet peeves about picture taking in general is taking a lot of photos where people are not in the shot (things like landscapes, animals, buildings, etc.) because they always seem so interesting at the time but are boring to look through later. However, I find myself breaking this rule all the time at Disney! Even after taking these photos every year, I still just can’t resist the urge when the next trip comes around. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but in my opinion no pictures really capture the magic of what happens in the Disney bubble… but at least they help bring back those magical memories!
Here are 10 photos that I take every single time I’m at Disney World:
Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure
Epcot has a reputation for not being kid friendly, but on all of our trips one of my daughter’s favorite things to do is Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure in Epcot. (There was previously a similar adventure based on Kim Possible from the Disney TV show, but was reimagineered a few years ago based on the popularity of Phineas and Ferb.)
Phinneas and Ferb is one of the few shows on the Disney channel that I can stand to watch and the only one that I actually enjoy. Agent P is the secret code name of Perry the Platypus, the googly-eyed pet of Phineas and Ferb.
The missions are set up as an interactive scavenger hunt using a cellphone-like controller called a F.O.N.E. (Field Operative Notification Equipment.) There are 4 stations where you can sign up for a mission: Continue reading