Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Lodge
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We started off this morning with a quick breakfast at Wolfgang Puck's Express @ Downtown Disney. This was our first time having breakfast here, and it did not disappoint. Courtney and I each had a delicious breakfast pizza which consisted of a thin pizza crust topped with scrambled eggs, caramelized onions, bacon and melted cheese. Nancy ordered the bacon and cheese omelette and roasted potatoes. Had we not been on the dining plan, our out of pocket cost would have been $51.92 ...
... Banquet Hall (TS) (Princess Breakfast)
Friday - Downtown Disney
- Lunch - Earl of Sandwich (QS)
- Dinner - Planet Hollywood (TS) ...
... you could see just how high it was. It was only about 10am by this point but it was roasting already, so we decided if we were going to go on a ride and get wet, this was the time to do it. The queue was around 20mins so not too bad and before we knew it we were in our log! I was terrified. As most of you know, I dread going to places like Alton Towers but it was Disney, I had to go on the rides! I was prepared and took travel sick tablets when we woke up, so I knew I'd be ...
... anyone else's view, he was very careful to make sure he only go in her way. This little problem aside illuminations was wonderful, I don't know what entertained me most, the brilliant fireworks and light show, or the oohs and Aaahs from the Americans beside us. Whichever, it was a great show and I absolutely loved it.
Epcot has improved heaps in my opinion since my last visit and it would be very easy to spend a great couple of days exploring it.
... characters perfectly, but I still prefer the 3D models that move and behave like they're real. To me that is the magic Disney is known for....bringing inanimate objects to life. The digital is kinda ho hum because you can go home and watch the DVD.