New Experiences During My Copper Creek Stay
Is it just me, or does every time you travel to Disney feel like a completely new experience? They always something new and exciting happening, and I was lucky enough to encounter this on my trip. I’ve recently returned from my visit to Walt Disney World, and I cannot wait to share all my new adventures.
Our stay at Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge was an epic experience. I have always wanted to stay at this resort, so when it came up as the resort we’ll be staying at on my staff trip, I was thrilled!
As soon as I arrived at the property, I was blown away! The lobby is huge, and there are lots of things to look at, along with good food for you to grab throughout your visit. Not only was staying at this resort new for me, but we were able to have a bite to eat at Geyser Point, which has some delicious menu options. I always wanted to eat here, and this was the first of many dining experiences to cross off of my must-try list.
As we made our way over to EPCOT, we were successful in riding Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, which was another first for me. I enjoyed the ride and thought the visual effects were cool. However, I don’t know if this will be a go-to for me (truthfully, it made my stomach a little queasy, which is never a good thing at Disney).
A classic ride that I had not had the chance to experience until this trip was Living with the Land. We went cruising through the greenhouses and got a good history of farming. Living with the Land was a new personal favorite for me due to my green thumb and the gardening I do at home.
Another ride I was excitedly anticipating was Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind. Let me say, this ride was mind-blowing, and I loved every second of this. I won’t give anything away, but I would suggest that everyone should ride this at least once!
Getting closer to the end of our Disney trip, I got the chance to experience some delightful new dining options! One morning, we started our day with an ample amount of breakfast from ‘Ohana restaurant at Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows, where the pineapple bread and POG juice (also known as Stitch juice) are endless!
Last but not least, I was able to dine at The Edison with my fellow team members to have a divine last night out at Disney. We enjoyed fabulous entertainment, exceptional service, and phenomenal food. This restaurant immediately became an instant favorite for me.
At the end of the week, I looked back at all of the new experiences, and now I cannot for my next trip to WDW!