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Disney Trip Planning: 180 Days Out (Well, more like 177)

Howdy friends and neighbours!  It’s been a long time – I keep meaning to come back and get into the blog habit again, but things keep getting in the way. 940 more words

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San Angel Inn - Mexico - Epcot

In my opinion, San Angel Inn is one of the best places in Epcot to have a sit down meal.  The atmosphere is completely unique and very romantic (although it can be noisy in here), the boat ride goes past the restaurant and you can see the faux Aztec temple from the restaurant, and you can request a table by the water, if it is available they will accommodate your request. 84 more words

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Tables in Wonderland: Good deal or not?

I travel ALOT and am not afraid that I like to do it on a budget. Sometimes traveling on a budget doesn’t mean that you have to stay at the least expensive hotel or eat at McDonald’s. 1,392 more words

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Dumplings with Chili Sauce - Nine Dragons Epcot

This seems like a relatively new addition to the Nine Dragons menu. This is the Dumplings with Chili Sauce (6 per order $13) and is on the appetizers menu. 175 more words

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Chocolate Ginger Cake

This is my favorite dessert from Tokyo Dining and/or Teppan Edo (Japanese Pavilion at Epcot).

The first time I tried this I was at Teppan Edo, so I was very happy to see that Tokyo Dining added it to their menu and I was able to order it. 36 more words

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Sanaa Restaurant - Animal Kingdom Lodge / Kidani Village

This is the bread service with all the available dips/sauces. They range from mild to super hot. This is a really fun sampler, although you will probably find many of the sauces not to your liking, either because of the taste or the intensity of heat. 181 more words

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Disney Cupcakes

Just some Disney cupcakes for your viewing enjoyment…

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