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World Famous “Cronut” Now in Epcot

World Famous “Cronut” Now in Epcot. The Refreshment Port in Epcot’s World Showcase is now offering a Disney version of the famous ‘Cronut.’ The hot, fried sensation that’s a cross between a croissant and a donut, this version from the pastry chefs at Epcot. Grab a hot cup of coffee or tea for dunking. Cost is $4.49 (and counts as ...

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Flying Fish Café

Flying Fish Cafe On a recent visit to Walt Disney World, my family and I had the opportunity to dine at one of the Disney Boardwalk’s most visually-prominent restaurants: the Flying Fish Café. The beautiful décor of this whimsical restaurant takes you back to early 20th century America, Coney Island and the Atlantic City Boardwalk.  The main focal point of ...

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Narcoossee’s at the Grand Floridian

Narcoossee’s at the Grand Floridian   After stepping off of the monorail, my family and I took a short walk through the gorgeous Grand Floridian Hotel and its grounds before finally arriving at Narcoossee’s.  We had been looking forward to this dinner all week and were very excited to see what this signature restaurant had in store. Located on a ...

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Top 10 Things To Do At Walt Disney World Without A Park Ticket

10. View the Electrical Water Pageant The Electrical Water Pageant is held nightly (weather permitting) on the Seven Seas Lagoon and Bay Lake. It has been around since the beginning of Walt Disney World. The electric barges travel from one resort to another and can be viewed from the Polynesian, Contemporary, Grand Floridian and Fort Wilderness Marina. Set in time ...

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The Holidays at Epcot Photo Gallery

The Holidays at Epcot Photo Gallery   The holiday season is in full swing at Epcot. Holidays Around the World offers guests a chance to see different traditions from other countries. Walk around World Showcase and listen as storytellers explain the traditions or act out stories. “Joyful! A Gospel Celebration of the Season” is an upbeat live show featuring the ...

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Construction Continues on New Restaurant in Morocco Pavilion

Construction Continues on New Restaurant in Morocco Pavilion   If you’ve recently visited World Showcase at Epcot, you may have noticed that the construction is progressing in the Morocco Pavilion. No opening date has yet been announced for Spice Road Table, which is being built on World Showcase Lagoon. Once open, the restaurant will feature Moroccan foods and cocktails. There ...

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“Memory Maker” Photo Package Unveiled

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“Memory Maker” Photo Package Unveiled From the Disney Parks Blog: “We’ve got exciting news to share! We’ve just unveiled Memory Maker – an incredible new way to capture your memories at Walt Disney World Resort. Now everyone can be in the picture at hundreds of Disney PhotoPass™ locations, including select attractions, character and show dining experiences. Strike a royal pose ...

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Fastpass+ Expands to Offsite Guests!

Fastpass+ Plus Expands to Offsite Guests! Next week marks a major milestone of the Fastpass+ rollout. Beginning on December 18th, all Animal Kingdom guests will be able to use Fastpass+ including those staying offsite.  During the test, regular paper FASTPASS will not be available. Non-Disney resort guests will not be able to make FastPass+ reservations ahead of time, or using ...

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Guide to Disney Abbreviations

Guide to Disney Abbreviations   When begin planning your Walt Disney World Vacation you naturally turn to the internet as a source of advice and guidance.  This is an excellent idea, except that you may quickly be confused by the Disney version of shorthand that you will find filling blogs and message board posts.  These abbreviations can sometimes confuse even ...

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Disney Dining Blog: Scooters at Walt Disney World

Disney Dining Blog: Scooters at Walt Disney World   Recently I wrote a piece here at Disney Dining that listed ten behaviors that people should avoid while at Walt Disney World. I read several of the comments on that article and was surprised to see how many people mentioned scooters. What was interesting to me was that scooters were never ...

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