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Discussion in 'WDW Parks General Discussion' started by seplad94, Mar 15, 2017.
Pirates for me as well..
The Contemporary Lobby
The Grand Floridian Lobby
The Polynesian Lobby when it still had the waterfall
The now gone Main St. Bakery
The popcorn wagon just before the train station on the way out of the park.
That's my favorite smell in the whole WDW too. I always take several big whiffs around that part.
When we go to BC in early fall they use Green Clover & Aloe. The company they use makes commercial scents for hotels etc. but also makes a home unit. Visit http://enviroscent.com/scenthd and there is a place to request free samples. I'm certain this was posted before in the links sent by Raven .
The rank stench that punches you in the face as you're walking from Test Track to Mission Space. Oh, favorite smells.
are we all in agreement that disney world stinks?
as others have mentioned, mine would be the burning smell in rome, confectionery in MK, & ghiradelli's at DS (hope I spelled that correctly)
Also the same smell used by the Grand Floridian. I have the Scent HD machine and cartridge and it does indeed smell like the GF
Once you exit the battle scene and enter the town. It was a new addition following the fall refurb in 2015.
Animal Kingdom Lodge Lobby/Kidani Lobby
Alexandria burning (Rome Burning) SSE
Dank dusty smell of the HM
Grand Floridian Lobby
Big Top Souvenirs area (mmmm cotton candy)
Monorails (yeah really it let's me know I'm there and riding my fave transportation lol)
The pie smell in Philharmagic!
Surprised nobody has gone for the turkey leg smell yet
-Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie
-The Rotisserie Chicken smell wafting around Sunshine Seasons.
-Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe
-Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe
Are just some of the really memorable ones for me off the top of my head.
I know this one is odd but the smell of the queue for SSE. Maybe because it is usually our first ride each trip but something about that smell of electric motors, plastic and air conditioning that wafts out the entryway as you enter the ride building somehow in my mind has ended up being quintessentially Disney to me...go figure.
As much as I hate the ride, IASW has this distinct smell. I think it is more of a musty/mildew-like smell but it's a smell that I find comforting and it tells me I'm at WDW. Weird, I know haha
Not at all. WDW has a lot of memorable aromas, but very little of it "stinks".
The main one I always remember is the burning of Rome. It always sticks out to me.
This upcoming trip my girlfriend and I plan to go find the smellitzers on Main Street though...Right before we spend lots of money in the confectionery
bad joke on my part "stinks" & "smells". totally agree on memorable aromas. i'm always finding something new while there
That smell of unshowered and non-deodorized people as you're making your way through the crowds.
No, that's not right either.
Depends on what you mean by "find" them. If you mean physically find/see them it's not happening, but if you meant smell where they are then by the Confectionary, by the Bakery, and then by The Plaza Ice Cream Parlor. Have fun!!
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