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Disney Eats: The Wave

I’ll never pass up a chance to visit Disney’s Contemporary Resort. It always brings back memories of childhood meals at Chef Mickey’s, visiting the little mall on the main floor looking for the perfect souvenir, and being in such amazement at the idea of a monorail going straight through a resort! Now that I’m older, some things have changed. I only attend Chef Mickey’s every few trips (because I’ve moved on to all things pot roast), I window  ...

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Disney Eats: Grand Floridian Cafe

Practically perfect in every way. There’s no better way to describe how I feel when I spend time at Walt Disney World’s Flagship Resort! I’ve always loved the Grand Floridian. Although I’ve only had the chance to stay there once in my life, it has always been a special place to me. On my most recent trip to Disney, we made reservations for a late lunch at the Grand Floridian Cafe and it was nothing short of wonderful! This was our first time eating the the resort in  ...

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My Food & Wine Festival Favorites

It’s hard to believe that in a little less than a week the 22nd Annual Epcot International Food and Wine Festival will come to an end! Although the festival ran for a record 75 days long, it seems like the months just flew by. This year the festival featured 35 marketplace booths to celebrate Epcot’s 35th birthday! I’m sharing a few of my favorites from the festival.     La Passion Martini Slush When it comes to this slush, it’s got more going for it than  ...

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Disney Eats: Coral Reef

The older I get the more I consider Epcot to be my home park. One of my favorite things about Epcot is all of the magic it has hidden in plain sight. One example of this magic is the delicious restaurant Coral Reef! The Coral Reef is table service restaurant located inside the same pavilion as The Seas with Nemo and Friends. It’s truly amazing how much beauty is packed into one pavilion! Between a restaurant, two attractions, and tons of other activities related to sea life, I can  ...

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