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Posted by on Jun 9, 2013

Walt Disney World Dining Reviews

Updated 2/23/14 Tips for bringing your own food to Disney Getting to dining reservations Time of Day: Breakfast Snacks Lunch Dinner Type of meal: Character Meals Table Service Counter Service Dining Plans Click on photo to go to the park you would like dining reviews for Click here to get reviews on dining at Magic Kingdom   Click here to get reviews on dining at Epcot Click here to get reviews on dining at Hollywood Studios Click here to get reviews on dining at Downtown Disney Click here to get reviews on dining at Animal Kingdom Click here to get reviews on dining at Blizzard Beach Click here to get reviews on dining at Typhoon Lagoon Click here to get reviews on dining at Disney Resorts Magic Kingdom Dining Aloha Isle Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies Be Our Guest Casey’s Corner Cheshire Cafe Cinderella’s Royal Table Columbia Harbor House Cool Ship Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café Crystal Palace Gaston’s Tavern Golden Oak Outpost Liberty Square Market Liberty Tree Tavern Lunching Pad...

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Posted by on Dec 22, 2012

The Top 5 places to get a Steak at Walt Disney World.

Author: Disney DivaI’m a bit of a “meat-a-terian”. I love a good steak and rarely get to enjoy them, so when I get to Disney World I love trying them out! So here’s the Disney Diva’s TOP FIVE STEAKS at WALT DISNEY WORLD in a very particular order. 1) California Grill (Contemporary Resort) – There is no steak that can compare to the steak you will enjoy at the top of the Contemporary resort! 2) Artist Point (Wilderness Lodge) – Beautiful and tender! The environment is nice too. 3) Yachtsman Steakhouse (Yacht Club) – I almost fell over when I tried this steak. It was so tender it literally melted in my mouth. Perfectly cooked and had great sides with it. 4) Be Our Guest (Magic Kingdom)– My steak at Be Our Guest was good, but maybe just a little over cooked. (I eat mine medium rare) The fries that come with it are to DIE for!! 5) Le Cellier (Epcot)– Supposed to be the best steak around, but...

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Posted by on May 28, 2012

Tips for walking around Walt Disney World or Disneyland

In one day at Walt Disney World the average person walks somewhere between 6 and 13 miles (9.6 – 21 Kilometers) each day!! That’s even hard on the people who walk for daily exercise. I would bet that at least 3 out of every 5 “3:00pm meltdowns” (both parents and kids have these meltdowns) are due to exhaustion from walking. You may want to opt for a stroller for your kids, but there are a few things that can make your “hoofing it” around WDW or Disneyland a bit more tolerable. Practice Walks I recommend in the 3-4 weeks prior to your trip to Walt Disney World or Disneyland that you and your family begin doing practice walks around town/neighborhood. Preferably IN THE SHOES you plan to walk around in at Disney. Getting a bit more accustomed to the walk will help you all tremendously. Pick the RIGHT SHOES YES – Sneakers, Athletic Shoes I know some of the Europeans are looking at this picture and thinking “no way...

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