14 Instagram Worthy Walls Of Walt Disney World

14 Instagram Worthy Walls Of Walt Disney World

The most magical walls on Earth.
40990
views

The latest news in Trending Now is, without a doubt, the search to find the best places to take the perfect Instagram pictures. Don’t deny your basic-ness, you know its true. It’s all about the lighting, let’s be honest. For all you Walt Disney World lovers out there, I have just the aesthetically pleasing walls for you.

1. The Famous Purple Wall


Right before you head on into Tomorrowland at Disney's Magic Kingdom, look to your right. Here you are likely to find the trendy Instagram kids snapping candids on their phone. Go forth and join them. I promise you great photos and an even better time. Okay for real-- the lighting is out of this world.

2. Spaceship Earth Wall

As you exit EPCOT's Spaceship Earth, don't neglect this optimal lighting opportunity. A grand and miraculous wall, it is.

SEE ALSO: 20 Ways Mickey Mouse Has Stolen Our Hearts



3. Harmbe Theater Wall

Before the time comes to take your seat for Disney's Animal Kingdom, Festival Of The Lion King, check out this oh-so Tumblr photo spot. "It does not matter who you are or where you are from. We are the children of the world" (or walls).

4. The Carousel Of Progress Wall

There's a great big beautiful tomorrow, shining right outside this wall. Take advantage of the brand new bright colors at the right back corner of Tomorrowland. Before you revolve through the past, take a moment to update the Gram.

5. Seas With Nemo and Friends Wall

Otherwise known as the "toothpaste wall," when you exit EPCOT's Seas's With Nemo and Friends, right outside is yet another picture perfect photo spot. Oh Disney, you really outdo yourself. Thanks for making our Insta's so full of color.

6. Tangled Restroom Wall

You know Disney deserves an A+ for attention to details when even bathroom breaks are aesthetically pleasing. As you cross over from Fantasyland and enter Liberty Square, just before the Haunted Mansion is the more beautifully themed rest-stop. Charge your phone, fix your makeup and take some pictures with the most adorable walls in the Magic Kingdom.

7. Morocco Wall

Towards the center of EPCOT's World Showcase, you'll come to the exotic lands of the Morocco Pavilion. Now, head into the hallway and you will find nothing but turquoise, tan and navy tiled walls. Take a seat, strike a pose, and send it into your feed. Enjoy the compliments later.

8. You Are Most Beautiful Wall

Deep in the Animal Kingdom, this wall is calling your name. Warning: it's a little tricky to find. Keep your eyes peeled in corners you wouldn't normally look. You never know the kind of inspiration you'll stumble upon.

9. Disney Springs Wall

Can you really say no to an afternoon spent with Starbucks and wall pictures? The new additions to Disney Springs have bought us so many more Instagram-able walls.

10. The Boardwalk Wall

Walt Disney World theme park walls are full of perfect backdrops, but Walt Disney World resorts are just as picturesque. Head over to The Boardwalk before you enter the shopping area. Take your friends and have yourselves a photo shoot on the stairs. With a floppy hat and vintage vibes, you're sure to get some profile pic worthy snaps.

11. Art Of Animation Walls

Disney's Art of Animation Resort has SO MANY great walls. With four different featured films sections to stay in and a lobby of animation galore, you'll hit the jackpot for colorful and cool Instagram pics.

12. Wanjohi Refreshment Wall

You can't go wrong with stopping for some amazing lemonade and a bike pic. The best spots are hidden inside of Disney's Animal Kingdom.

13. Cast Member Door

As you're walking right down the middle of Main Street USA, on the outside of the Emporium towards the middle, you'll find a small nook. "It takes people to make the dream a reality" and it takes walls like you to make Gram goals a possibility. An inspirational picture for all you fellow cast members out there.

14. Tom hearts Becky Wall

SEE ALSO: The Perfect Photo-Ops In Disney's California Adventure

Let me just say that this Magic Kingdom hidden gem has some great photo opportunities. Take a ride over and explore Tom Sawyer's Island. It calls for a nice break in your day filled with magic to enjoy some great lighting.

I’m not sure how you could ever get bored of finding walls of Walt Disney World, but in the case you do, hop over theme parks for the Walls of Universal!

1. Fast and Furious Wall

This graffiti filled wall may not last long, since it's covering the construction of Universal Orlando's newest coaster featuring Fast and Furious. For limited time photo magic, get your camera out and have a blast.

2. No Parking Wall

The aesthetics are strong with this wall.

3. California Street

There is just something about black and white tiles that make the lighting so much better. Stop and chat with your friend before adventuring into the park... or act completely candid like we do.. totally candid.

5. Fantastic Beasts Wall

Fantastic Beast Fans wanted! Coming across this wall is an adventure in itself, I challenge you to find it.

Cover Image Credit: Dana Saccoccio

Popular Right Now

The Negative Effects Of Working As A CNA

You know you are a CNA if you are undermined, understaffed, and emotionally and physically drained.
2388
views

I write this not as a way to deter people from wanting to be a CNA or to demean the job, but in order to outline the negatives, since some only outline the positives. With a job comes responsibility, and it is like that in any area or field. We have the good and we also have the bad. I am in a field where not many people like their job and they don't care who knows it. Others enjoy it and make the best of it. It is like that with any career. There are always both sides.

I write this after coming home from a meeting that we have to attend every week for 13 weeks straight. These meetings are preparing us for a new unit in our building, and they offer education so that we have the knowledge to communicate and take care of our residents. I like these meetings because I enjoy learning more in my field, however, others see it as a burden and a waste of their time. There are people who will bring in workplace drama, those that will do the bare minimum, and those that just don't care and will call in when they know their shift is short.

As a Certified Nurse Assistant, you help your residents, and you try to give them the best care that you can provide. That is the number one rule. If anything, that is the golden rule in nursing. When you step in on that floor, you are expected to give your full effort in giving the residents the care they need. Meanwhile, others step in and couldn't give a damn.

What upset me the most after the meeting was that we had to talk about abuse. We had to discuss what abuse was and why we need to treat our patients with dignity, respect, and kindness. As a CNA that is my work. I was saddened that something like this occurred, and that someone would demean a resident in a way that no one should be treated.

I'm furious, upset, and confused. The people that work in this field are there because they care, and they want to help those that cannot help themselves. So, why would they do such a thing?

It made me think of all the other negatives that I encounter in my field. The lack of appreciation from other staff and the constant undermining is tough. Nurses telling you that you are not doing your job right, or management becoming picky when you cannot chart between your residents is difficult. There is always something that you are doing wrong in someone else's eyes, and there is never a thank you when you leave your shift and everyone is clean and taken care of. There is no one to pat your back other than yourself, and you have to be your own cheerleader for a place that only looks at you as the lowest of the totem pole.

There are never enough of you. I say that because there is always a demand for CNAs, and no matter how many you have in a facility, there will never be enough. You will be short one shift or another, and you will have to scramble to reach everyone to make sure they are taken care of properly.

You come home and you have to go right back to bed because you took extra shifts. You are exhausted, and yet you still come in and put all your energy into work because you think of the residents. You consider what it would be like to not have anyone to care for you. You put them before yourself.

No one tells you any negatives as you are getting trained and go through clinicals. They only tell you that you are going into a profession that will help those that cannot help themselves, and that you should be proud of your job. It is not incorrect, but it is not fully true.

You will get called names, cursed at, abused, and you will get over-worked. No one will tell you thank you, and no one will baby you through your shift. You are a CNA. You take care of those that cannot take care of themselves. You are there to help and give care. Yes, there are negatives and you will want to quit like I've wanted to do multiple times. I will admit it. You will get upset and frustrated. This is not an easy job, and it was not intended to be, but you will get through it if you keep your heart open and honest. Do your work diligently, and do what you can to make others' lives better. That is the only reward you need to overcome the negatives.

Cover Image Credit: TravelNursesSource.com

Related Content

Connect with a generation
of new voices.

We are students, thinkers, influencers, and communities sharing our ideas with the world. Join our platform to create and discover content that actually matters to you.

Learn more Start Creating

5 Reasons I'd Rather Stay In On A Friday Night

It's okay to not want to party over the weekend.

25
views

In college, so many people look forward to the weekend all week long. And by so many people, I mean probably almost everyone. The weekend is a time to catch up on some much-needed rest, relaxation, homework, and you time. The weekend in college also means going out for a lot of people. While yes, going out can be a really good time, I also think that it's important to note that you don't have to go out if you don't want to. There are a ton of good reasons why you should stay home for the weekend instead of partying all night long. I have compiled a list of five solid reasons why staying in is so much better than going out, especially in the middle of winter.

1. My room is so much warmer than it is outside 

Freezing Dan James Gif

Let's face it, in the dead of winter, no one wants to go outside in a mini skirt and crop top. I'll take my pillow and blanket any day over freezing outside.

2. I can go to sleep at a reasonable hour 

Stitch Sleeping Gif

After a long week of class, the last thing I want to do is stay up until 2 am partying. I would so much rather be wrapped up reading a book at 10 pm.

3. I'm always available if a friend needs saving 

Wonder Woman Gif

Staying home, sober, I'm always available to rescue a friend in need if they drink a little too much. This is so important to me to be keeping my friends safe and getting them back home at the end of the night.

4. It's the perfect time to binge watch Netflix 

One More Episode Gif

Staying home on a Friday night gives me uninterrupted hours of binge-watching my favorite shows. There's no better feeling than finally catching up on a new season of Netflix.

5. Self-care is more important than getting drunk 

Treat Yo Self Gif

Staying home, relaxing, doing a face mask or even reading a book allows for much needed relaxation. No one wants to stress about their hair and makeup on a Friday after you've finished 5 days of classes.

Related Content

Facebook Comments