The hotel I stayed in. Love it's design both inside and out!
On the monorail to Magic Kingdom.The sea of cars, with the one almost vintage Cadillac parked on the bottom right.
Main Street U.S.A. The street that never gets old!
The Main Street train station, filled with electronic entertainment of the pre-1930 era. Mutoscopes, coin operated mechanical arcade games and this 1927 Seeburg KT Nickelodeon, sadly out of order to my dismay.
Stuck with the same era but went with an even more casual look. '50s Adam Milan weave straw hat, '50s Sport Jac shirt, Old Navy canvas pants and my new Bass saddle shoes. I walked in them 8+ hours a day for my entire trip and they held up wonderfully! Comfortable, light weight and VERY affordable, I highly reccommend them!
Like Disneyworld, Universal had it's own back lot of turn of the century buildings. Made me feel right at home!
Somehow I actually did travel to 1958, sort of....
Among the endless row of Hollywood-esque Art Deco buildings was this little tribute to Lucille Ball.
Stereoscopic slides? I guess another crazy fad of the 3D obsessed 1950's.
Now on to Epcot!
I actually had a conversation with one of the employee's entirely in French, looks like I retained more vocabulary than I thought!
Will get back to vintage finds in the next post, including the hats I keep promising to share! Hang tight!