Easter Weekend at Epcot-Flower & Garden Festival
Dear Friends & Neighbors,
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So, how did you spend your Easter weekend? Hubby and I spent part of our weekend taking stroll at the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival. Lovely! This is one of those times when I can truly appreciate living here in Central Florida, near Epcot. Did you know it could cost as low as $211.94 for Florida residents to obtain an annual pass at Disney (as long as you make all your visits after 4:00 pm)? Here are some additional information on Disney pricing structure for Florida residents.
Please allow me to share with you some of the highlights of our walk at Epcot’s Flower & Garden Festival during this Easter weekend:
What a wonderful place to take a stroll in the evening, to enjoy the view of beautifully displayed topiaries of Disney characters and flower arrangements. Don’t forget to check out the “Butterflies On The Go” tent where I caught few shots of the tamed butterflies landing on a little girl’s finger tip. I’ve even learned a few things about gardening from the Raised Bed Gardens and Urban Farm Eats. Perhaps one day I will even attempt at setting up some aquaponics in our back yard to raise our own fish. From time to time, we’d even be able to catch some amazing concert performances near the American pavilion. If you visit Epcot as often as we do, that annual pass certainly provides a fantastic and very cost effective entertainment!
Among visitors to Epcot, there are many intriguing characters. On this particular trip, I’ve discovered some Angry Birds tatoos on the neck of one of the Epcot visitors, shared below for your viewing pleasure.
Remember that Flower & Garden Festival will still be at Epcot until April 15, 2015!
~Let’s Help One Another~
Gathered, written, photographed, and posted by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker
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