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Sunday, July 24, 2016


Walt Disney: One Man's Dream.  This attraction at Disney's Hollywood Studios is a must visit for history buffs, and anyone interested in the vision and genius of Walt Disney! 

Friday, July 22, 2016


Our dining plans for Disneyland have been finalized!!  So excited I was able to get some special things, and regular choices without having to re-think plans.  I think we did really well!!  

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Our choices are: 
Blue Bayou with the PAINT THE NIGHT Dinner Package
Dining tables are under perpetual 'twilight' at the Blue Bayou restaurant

Ariel's Grotto lunch (gotta get my Princess fix!)
Sign for Ariel's Grotto Under the Sea Character Dining restaurant at the Disneyland Resort

Cozy Cone or Flo's V-8 Cafe - Dinner
A row of oversize construction cones make up Cozy Cone Motel snack stands in Cars Land

Gas station-themed entrance to Flo's V8 Cafe lit with neon signs at night

Goofy's Kitchen for breakfast
A girl in a princess gown has a special birthday party with her family and Chef Goofy at Goofy’s Kitchen

Napa Rose - Dinner
A couple gaze lovingly at each other during an evening meal at Napa Rose

Wine Country Trattoria - World of Color Viewing Package - Lunch

Italian-inspired architecture of Wine County Trattoria, a Disney California Adventure restaurant

Catal Restaurant - Dinner
The neon Catal Restaurant & Uva Bar sign lights up as the sun sets over Downtown Disney District

Bengal BBQ - lunch
Sign with wood carving of a tiger’s head, The Bengal Barbecue restaurant in Disneyland Park

Carnation Cafe - Dinner
Carnation Cafe menu posted at the restaurant's entrance.

See you next week for more FOODIE FRIDAY!

Thursday, July 21, 2016


How far to throw back................
It's always the question on my mind.  This week, we look back at 2012...hard to believe that was 4 years ago already!    The EPCOT Food & Wine Festival is coming up pretty soon, so I thought we would take a look back at a day from EPCOT, tasting, and meeting up with friends!

  Wine Seminar with Martin Codax was a great experience. 
 We still keep in touch with Mariola, the presenter!