THE ANGEL OF MEXICO

Brian F. (NDH#44) (17 Posts)

Brian was born and raised in central Florida at the footsteps of Walt Disney World. After falling in love with the movies Aladdin and The Lion King, he decided that he would pursue a career in art. Shortly after college, Brian bought an annual pass to Disney and it became a regular hangout for him and his friends. It seemed that everything positive in Brian’s life had something with Disney involved in it. Disney has become a great stress reliever and a great home away from home, a place where the kid in everyone can come out.


Photo Credit: Brian Fee

Recently, I was asked by the Innermouse crew to find some romantic places in Walt Disney World, and one of the first places that came to mind was the San Angel Inn. So I packed up my tripod and made my way to Epcot in hopes of capturing some memories. It was a quiet afternoon so it seemed that I had the place to myself. I love this pavilion because of the marketplace and the romantic late evening atmosphere. It’s a place where I could spend hours just sitting and enjoying all of its beauty. Looking at this image you can almost hear the sounds of the water fountain and dishes clinking from the nearby San Angel Inn restaurant. A beautiful candle lit restaurant, this place has a front row view of the Mayan ruins and a steaming volcano. With great food and atmosphere you can’t go wrong eating at the San Angel Inn. It seems that every time I take a look at this photo and close my eyes, I get transported back to this wonderful pavilion.

Contributed by: Brian Fee (NDH#44) Brian is the DDL Roaming Photographer.

Brian F. (NDH#44)

Brian was born and raised in central Florida at the footsteps of Walt Disney World. After falling in love with the movies Aladdin and The Lion King, he decided that he would pursue a career in art. Shortly after college, Brian bought an annual pass to Disney and it became a regular hangout for him and his friends. It seemed that everything positive in Brian’s life had something with Disney involved in it. Disney has become a great stress reliever and a great home away from home, a place where the kid in everyone can come out.

5 thoughts on “THE ANGEL OF MEXICO

  • Thursday, March 24, 2011 at 12:14 am
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    Absolutely LOVE the Mexico Pavillion! In fact, it’s my favorite! The San Angel Inn reminds me [albeit slightly] of the Blue Bayou at Disneyland. The boat ride there though, of course, is Pirates of the Caribbean! Gotta love the atmosphere…so beautiful! 🙂

  • Thursday, March 24, 2011 at 12:19 am
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    Absolutely LOVE the Mexico Pavillion! In fact, it’s my favorite! The San Angel Inn reminds me [albeit slightly] of the Blue Bayou at Disneyland. The boat ride there though, of course, is Pirates of the Caribbean! Gotta love the atmosphere…so beautiful! 🙂

  • Thursday, March 24, 2011 at 1:23 am
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    Nice shot!

  • Thursday, March 24, 2011 at 5:20 pm
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    I love the Mexican pavilion… the sights, the colors and the delicious smells are just amazing.
    Gorgeous photo!

  • Friday, March 25, 2011 at 2:41 am
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    Thanks everyone. I really think this is one of those places where everyone should slowdown and take their time.

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