Cheri I could spend all day on Main Street at the Magic Kingdom. The detail there in all the imaginative touches is unrivaled, and I never cease to be entertained by them.
Little things, like the smell of cookies and muffins that they actually blow out into the sidewalk from the Bakery and the sound of someone practicing piano and taking voice lessons from the second story window with a sign that says “Music Lessons” – this stuff just kills me.
All of the second story window signs on Main Street are the “credits” for Walt Disney World; the names of the businesses are the names of people who were influential in creating the park.
And appearing throughout the day at 20 minute intervals are the “town’s” residents including Mayor Weaver, town gossip Tabitha Quidnunk, reporter Scoop Sanderson, and socialite Hildegard Olivia Harding, who love to chat if you aren’t too busy running to be first in line for Splash Mountain. I think a town drunk would be great, but there’s no alcohol at the Magic Kingdom ( none that they know of anyway…).