You know, I forget that there are so many resort-dedicated fan web sites out in the Disney-verse. Do you know the ones I mean?
For example, I introduced you to the PortOrleans.org Unofficial Tribute Site a few days ago. You, most certainly, know about Tikiman’s Unofficial Polynesian Resort Pages. And, I always forget that there is a fan site completely dedicated to one of my favorite resorts – Buzz2001’s Unofficial Coronado Springs Resort Website!
But, there are tons of others! The best “master list” I found actually was supplied by a site called DisneyCaribbeanBeach.com. On their blog, at this link, you can find web sites touting the virtues of:
- Wilderness Lodge
- Contemporary Resort
- Pop Century
- Animal Kingdom Lodge & Villas
- Grand Floridian
Do you know of any other resort-focused fan web sites? If so, please leave me a comment with their “address”. I would love to check them out! In the meantime, I had to find this one myself. And, how appropriate, too! It is The Unofficial Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa Website!
They describe Saratoga Springs as ” … an equestrian-themed, Victorian-style Disney Deluxe Villa Resort.” It is “… [i]nspired by the late-1800s New York retreat Saratoga Springs” which was “[f]amous for its horse-racing and amazing spas.”
Now, back to All in WDW “business”. Did you think that I had forgotten about yesterday’s trivia question? No, I haven’t. When it comes to the five “sections” of the Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa, they are named:
- Congress Park
- The Springs
- The Paddock
- The Carousel
- The Grandstand
When I wrote the question, I was, naturally, thinking about horse-racing. The Kentucky Derby came to mind. So, I made up “The Derby” as one of the four responses. If you guessed that one as the “fake” section, and most of you did, then congratulations! You out-smarted me again!
Next time, we’ll move down (up?) the river to Disney’s Old Key West Resort for one last trivia challenge. Until then, please enjoy these shots, courtesy of The Unofficial Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa Website. Hey, pay them a visit! Learn more about the “Springs”!