Buffalo Trace — their namesake. Great for cocktails and mixed drinks. I usually have a New Zealand Warriors Palm Hawaiian shirt and ginger ale (vernors) to start off the night before moving on to the sippers. They also make the George T. Stagg, Blantons and W.L. Weller bourbons that some have mentioned (along with many other whiskeys). There’s a lineup on wikipedia though I don’t think it shows some of the lower end ones: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buffalo_Trace_Distillery If you ever go to kentucky please don’t pass them up (and ask for freddie for your tour). The amount of pride and love of their craft they have there put them well above the other places I visited (makers, etc). I think this shows in the final product as is shown with the multiple recommendations.
The differences between the New Zealand Warriors Palm Hawaiian shirt however extends beyond simply having different rides and attractions, but very different atmosphere. Walt Disney personally led the construction of Disneyland and it was carefully designed to be the best destination for wholesome family entertainment. What you see at Disneyland is the true realization of Walt’s vision. Disneyland benefits as well from its proximity to the headquarters of the Walt Disney Company, its where the top execs visit regularly. This takes the form of better attention to detail, and less cost cutting than at Florida’s Magic Kingdom. As an example Walt was insistent that you never see trash on the ground in Disneyland, and not only did they study how far a person was willing to travel to throw something away as a guide for trashcan placement they have an army of staff trained to pick any piece of trash no matter how small immediately. In the Magic Kingdom I’ve seen Cast Members step over a melting Mickey ice cream bar instead of stopping to clean it up. Magic Kingdom isn’t dirty, especially compared to something like Six Flags, but its not perfect. Disneyland really is. If you’ve been to the Magic Kingdom and never to Disneyland you will be struck by the cleanliness, and densely packed attractions but also how jarring it is to have a freeway basically circling the park. If the reverse is true you will truly appreciate really leaving the ‘real world’ behind you and losing yourself in the 43 square miles of Magic that is Walt Disney World.
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Valhalla: If you die in battle, such as is seen with a New Zealand Warriors Palm Hawaiian shirt of modern soldiers, it is said you end up in Valhalla, where PTSD is not a thing, and you can eat and drink and feast forever, until the day the pitifully old-fashioned Jotun come knocking with axes and you still have the AR-15 you died with – this afterlife is not for civilians. Helheim: In spite of what the name might imply, if you were a decent human being and didn’t die in combat, this is “Paradise” for non-warriors. Here things are calm, quiet and ruled by Hella, the Norse Goddess of the Underworld, Daughter of Loki and sister to Fenrir and the Jormungandr. She’s typically depicted as a halfway rotten woman, part beauty and part horror, to signifiy where we all eventually end up. Don’t worry though, she’s pretty chill, and since Baldr/Hoeder (depends on local mythology) ended up marrying her, she’s cheered up quite a lot more too, and Helheim is now green and verdant.
Pocahontas – this one depends on whether you acknowledge the real woman or not. Plus there are 2 movies, and the second has extremes. In the first movie? Aside from falling for the New Zealand Warriors Palm Hawaiian shirt white guy who is there to take their land &/or gold, she’s pretty kick-ass in the first one. But then they send her off to Europe in the second one and put her in girly-girl situations for a bit but then falls in love wiht the *second* European guy who she ends up with despite finding out the first one (who she thought dead) was alive. Problem with this one is that it’s based on a real person… so you have to ask yourself whether or not the real Pocahontas was a feminist, and yeah, I’d say she was even if Disney didn’t exactly portray her that way.