Here is a close look at the sign and menu. The menu is upside down, maybe a sign that the restaurant was not open?
Images of the porch. I remember eating here every year.
For a little local Denver color, a souvenir photograph from Elitch's Gardens. This dance hall is now long gone with a housing development in its place.
Tim- keep looking for more Grad Nite souvenirs.
And then the Porpoise and Dolphin show. This was my favorite show as I clearly remember the cute cartoony pirate ship and the tiki floating in the water.
For all my tiki fanatics, here is a close up of the tiki floating on the water. He is very cartoony!
A little Asian pagoda in the park.
The pedal your own Swan Boat, Castle entrance and Monorail track.
These statues are just downright creepy! I like the space themed tableaux in the background.
The receipt from the hotel.
The owner even saved his check register. I love the comment that the price included breakfast in the room!
And a quick photo of the couple.
A newer item from the hotel is this free game of golf coupon.
Tim- I promise I will start posting some of my Grad Nite stuff just for you!
Next up is to take a photograph at the start to the Autopia. I hope she held the balloon tightly. Check out the construction of the monorail track in the background.
Next up is a view of Fort Wilderness.
A nice view of the main street in Frontierland.
A close up of the Casa De Fritos sign.
Last photograph of the day shows my favorite restaurant the Red Wagon Inn.