“I’m going to Disney World!” is the traditional reply of a winning Super Bowl quarterback when asked what he’s going to do next. And that’s exactly what Eagles QB and Super Bowl LII MVP Nick Foles did Monday.
Foles was a man on top of the world just a day after leading his team to triumph against the New England Patriots in Minneapolis and their first-ever NFL championship. And in Orlando Foles truly looked it, as he rode atop a float alongside Mickey Mouse to the delight of fans and visitors.
The post-Super Bowl victory parade at the Magic Kingdom is an annual tradition, and photos of it were captured by an eagle-eyed Saucon Source reader and Eagles fan who just happened to be in Florida to witness the historic event.
Foles and his victorious teammates–considered underdogs by most sports analysts and pundits before their 41-33 win Sunday–will be the toast of Philadelphia when they return to the City of Brotherly Love for a huge parade in Center City Thursday.
Parts of the city will be shut down and schools will be closed for the parade, which could be the largest Philly has seen in years. It will tentatively start at 11 a.m. at Broad Street and Pattison Avenue and head north toward the Philadelphia Museum of Art, according to the Washington Post.
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