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Tag Archives: Dining
In not too many months Disney’s Contemporary Resort will be getting quite a bit busier. The new Disney Vacation Club “Bay Lake Towers” will open and families from all around the globe will stream in to check out the new … Continue reading
The Disney Channel graduate High School Musical 3: Senior Year remained top of its class for the 2nd week running. This trend will end next week as Quantum of Solace his the air. Bad news for the Disney Webmaster Bowling … Continue reading
Although it was only served in four fine dining restaurants (Victoria & Albert’s, California Grill, Citricos and Les Chefs de France) in the Walt Disney World Resort, Foie Gras has been quietly removed from the menus. This has generated glee … Continue reading
Does that Dinosaur look hungry? He’s going to be housed inside a restaurant with his own name on the door and plenty of human sacrifices to fill his belly on a daily basis. Oh sorry, that’s the wrong memo. That’s … Continue reading