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Tag Archives: Dining
Those looking for magical dining experiences while on vacation at Walt Disney World have many tasty choices. But one restaurant consistently brings home top honors year after year. Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa recently added … Continue reading
Push may be long gone, but there are other talking trashcans at Walt Disney World. Guests dining at the Electric Umbrella inside EPCOT’s Future World, are usually surprised to find there is a community of tiny voices living inside a … Continue reading
Two weeks ago, we wrote about our invitation to help celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Walt Disney World’s original dinner show “Hoop Dee Doo Revue.” Courtesy of Disney, we now have more information about the show, it’s history, and some … Continue reading
Last month we finally sampled the Disneyland Corndog that has be replicated for east coast patrons out of the Fantasy Faire food truck at Downtown Disney. The verdict was that it was a very close approximation of the real thing. … Continue reading