WDW question: we need to make our dining reservations soon so I was just wondering if anyone had any recommendations of not to miss places? One factor is that our kids are very picky eaters. Thanks! I also asked on MW Florida but woul More...
My favorites from the trips I've taken were Boma at Animal Kingdom Lodge, O'hana at Polynesian, Le Cellier at Epcot, California Grill at Contemporary (awesome outdoor deck for Wishes viewing), and Yak & Yeti at Animal Kingdom. I've heard Coral Reef at Epcot is amazing if you like seafood, which I'm not really into much so I haven't visited. If you want to check out Be Our Guest or Cinderella's Royal Table, you will pretty much need a reservation as soon as you can, but you can always wait in line for lunch at BOG. For breakfast, I'd definitely recommend Kona Cafe at the Polynesian simply for the Tonga Toast, it's a giant french toast stuffed with banana. Finally, I'd suggest checking out Rose and Crown at Epcot for the pub experience and hopefully you catch Carl working. Hopefully Dave comes along to comment, he's been there more and can comment more on the places I haven't tried. If you have any questions of cuisine or anything, let me know. - CM_Shadowgamer2239.4 #44 11-14-13 8:31PMLike(3)Reply
Thanks for posting this as I am also wanting to know of the good places to eat at WDW. I'm going in February. On my list are Sci-Fi Dine In, Be Our Guest & 50's prime time cafe. :) - LuvsMimisHouse445.0 #398 11-14-13 8:51PMLike(2)Reply
There is one thing that has been constant in mylife amd always will be and that is Disneyland and Disney as a whole. I grew up Disney, I had family who worked there, I worked there and I have met a lof of my best friends on the earth sinc More...
Looooove this all, and I needed this tonight. Thanks for posting this and the video. 😊❤️ - Sweet_Irish_Cream3582.4 #22 11-6-13 12:32AMLike(3)Reply
Wow. If I hadn't gone to sleep at 7:30 last night, I would've commented then. I want to thank you, Dave, for re-igniting my passion for Disney and Disneyland..,growing up in a Disney family with so much history that I'm just now beginning to cherish and appreciate...when I walk into the parks I'm transported to the happiest times in my life and feel like my grandpa is always there watching over me. It's been amazing meeting others as passionate and full of life as MWers...I know some of you will be lifelong friends and I wouldn't trade that for the world!!!! Thanks so much for posting. 😊 - MissMolly1144.9 #103 11-6-13 8:17AMLike(3)Reply
Gosh darn you, Dave! 😭😭😭 You're quite the jokester, but you also have such a sweet & kind demeanor. It's been great getting to know you over the years. Thank you for sharing this again, such a great reminder of what Disney and the parks really mean to a lot of us. ❤️ - LBChica1923.9 #56 11-7-13 8:57AMLikeReply
Thank you for sharing this. I hope I get to meet you one day in,person. - Sharkgrrl19225.7 #1481 11-7-13 12:27PMLikeReply
Good Morning! This day in Disney History, May 30th, 1936. The Mickey Mouse cartoon "Thru The Mirror" is released. It is based on the "Alice Through the Looking Glass" story. To watch: http://is.gd/r87ANK
Good morning. Thanks for the links. Janet and I never missed a episode of Zorro when we were growing up. I was not at Disneyland for Zorro days. It was great fun to see clips of the Viewliner and Autopia(without the center rail). Always great to see Thru The Mirror. Great, Great movie - Tealtownfan851.6 #156 5-30-13 7:48AMLike(1)Reply
Good morning. I'm thinking they should bring back Zorro days. 🎶Who makes the sign of the Z.. Zorro..Zorro..Zorro..Zorro..Zorro..🎶 I wonder if they will allow me to wear my cape and mask today - GrumpyPirateDad1549.4 #72 5-30-13 8:20AMLike(1)Reply
Just received this video in my D23 email titled "Armchair Archivist: Tales from the Haunted Mansion". It features tons of historical background and information about the Haunted Mansion, as well as some cool fun facts you may not have kno More...
On this day in 1954, Walt Disney debuts his television show series "Disneyland" with the first episode "The Disneyland Story". This show gave the people at home a chance to preview what Walt and his team were building in Anaheim. Walt, More...
the only dish out of these that was not good at all was the cheese fondue. T love cheese and the combo of cheeses with the wine they used was just not good on my palate...the Pretzel sasuage was VERY VERY Good, tons of flavor and the bread was soft and moist..The Canoli was good but the ricotta cheese I felt was to hard and not light and fluffy like I like my ricotta but the shell and chocolate were good....The Prosciutto was EXCELLENT...it was actually at the Tutto Gusto Wine Cellar and was a nice little nook where you can get a break from the crowds and enjoy some good Italian wines, meats and cheeses - Dave 10460.5 #2 10-29-12 2:05PMLikeReply
For those that went to the party last night; how was it? What were the crowds like? What was the coolest character you saw? And how did wristband distribution work; did the people that were in the park during the day have to go out and More...
We were there last night- early entry starts at 4pm, but it was super crowded when we arrived at 5pm. You have a special entrance to go through at the gates- then you get a wristband right there and a small goodie bag for candy. Once it's 7pm- you can't get on any rides or walk through parts of the park without a wristband. The rides were practically all walk-ons or less than 20 minute waits! Trick or treat lines were long- but moved fast. Dance parties were fun with variety of music. Fireworks were incredible! Don't miss them! Didn't see the parade or many characters walking around, but then we weren't looking for them either. Well worth the ticket price! Dress up- everyone does! Have fun! - princessSue261.9 #1074 9-29-12 9:12AMLike(2)Reply
There were crowds but the candy stations moved very quickly. Some thrill attractions had longer waits (30-40 minutes) while others were walk on. You could get a wristband in the park in Frontierland, where the pin traders use to be. The far right main entry gates were reserved for party goers. Either provided bags and wristbands. The villains on Main Street were very cool but there was a plethora of characters for every taste. Have a great time! - minigirl1156614.9 #242 9-29-12 9:10AMLike(1)Reply
Like what they said, it was crowded during the mix in time (which is typical). The thing I noticed was the conjested areas around the ROA, having two treat trails, POTC and Mansion being in the same area, causing a lot of traffic. But other than that, the crowds were a lot less after fireworks and the second parade - BaseballMickey_CM5304.2 #12 9-29-12 10:26AMLikeReply
I learned last year, wait until crowds dense out after 8 to get in haunted mansion - MarshaMouse3503.4 #23 9-29-12 10:41AMLikeReply