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Tag Archives: food and drink
I posted my tour of Be Our Guest restaurant yesterday, and now Walt Disney Imagineers have released their video tour of the beautiful dining facility. We also get a few of our first glimpses of the mysterious West Wing. If … Continue reading
Conceived to help alleviate some of the stress on Cinderella’s Royal Table, the Be Our Guest restaurant will transport guests into the world of Beauty & The Beast, one of Walt Disney Animation’s most loved movies. In this video, provided … Continue reading
Although I’m not 100 percent pleased with the expansion of the Paradise Pier theme of California Adventure, I am happy they managed to save the Corn Dog Castle. Corn Dogs from the Little Red Wagon inside Disneyland have always been … Continue reading
I used to be a Tables in Wonderland discount dining card holder, and if my finances ever allow, I will join up again. The food discounts are totally worth it if you enjoy sit-down dining at Walt Disney World’s parks … Continue reading