Tuesday, December 15, 2015

ICE at Gaylord National Resort ~ 2016

Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town
The story of how Santa Claus evolved, 
and the hows and whys
he started giving toys to good little boys and girls.
This walk through holiday attraction, kept at a "cool 9 degrees"
features two million pounds of hand carved ice sculptures,
5 ice slides and 7 individual rooms depicting the story of
Santa Claus is Comin' to Town.

Hold onto your "santa caps" ladies and gents, this display is amazing!
















It is hard to believe this is all ice, it is both amazing and beautiful.
They lend out those blue parka's for peeps to wear as they walk through.
Everyone complains about the temperature,
not me, I love it!!
More pictures tomorrow, but you should go,
and see it for yourself!!

in Washington, D.C.

27 comments:

  1. too cute. i began singing, 'you put one foot in front of the other...' and now that's stuck in my head!

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  2. Hi Debbie, looks like a fun visit. The ice carvings and displays are wonderful. I am sure the kiddies love this Ice show too. Have a happy day and week ahead!

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  3. I would agree, it's amazing! Looks like you had fun there. :-)

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  4. Wooowwww... Precious Debbie. I love. You are very handsome two ♥ ♥

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  5. Oh, how cool! Just awesome works of ice art!

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  6. Very cool! Literally. Yay for the Gaylord! I'll be there right after Christmas. Enjoy your time there.

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  7. Great photos Debbie, I really need to get over there one of these days.

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  8. Wow, I would love to go see this myself. What awesome photos and unbelievable that they are ice sculptures. The creativity is just spectacular. I love those nice warm blue coats you have on. I love that they have these to keep their guests warm and cozy. You two are always adorable. Blessings and hugs!

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  9. That is quite impressive! Glad they hand out those parkas!

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  10. You see such wonderful things!

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  11. Wow thats amazing! We dont have anything like here that i know of

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  12. Wow amazing pictures and ice sculptures, thanks for sharing them.

    Hugs Diane

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  13. We took the grandkids a week ago and had so much fun. Glad you did too.

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  14. Yes, can't believe that its in ice. Can also see that you both are well protected :-)

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  15. Debbie, I want to be there.
    There's so beautiful, colorful, wonderfully.
    Wonderful pictures, fantastic post.
    Greetings from Poland.
    Lucia

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  16. Those are out of this world, and I can't to show Hunter. :)

    Thinking of you. xoxo

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  17. What a neat event and you captures it perfectly....:)

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  18. Seriously impressive. So many childhood memories.

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  19. Aw, Debbie, I was toying with the idea of taking a bus tour to see Mt. Vernon and also this ice display... and I turned it down. Shame on me.

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  20. Wow that is absolutely amazing!!! You took some great pictures of that, thanks for sharing! I am one of those that would think it is a bit too cold :)

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  21. Absolutely amazing, definitely a place I would go to ...

    All the best Jan

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  22. i am amazed that is ice. those characters are so real. lifelike. i wonder how long the process takes? very very cool. i think you said to me those coats are loaners. i think they are so stylish! ( :

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