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tggrrstarr
04-08-2010, 09:42 PM
This is my first time writing a review on the Dis boards, but I have meant to do so for my last two trips. I just never seem to get around to it. So here it is, a little late but better than never. Maybe I will even get around to doing trip #3 sometime! So let me give you all the important information & introduce ourselves.
This was our fourth trip to WDW, 2nd on the free DDP. So we were a little better prepared this time, making sure we planned when to use which credits. The only thing we didn’t account for was not being hungry! You’d think after 5 hours of touring a park, we’d work up an appetite, but this really didn’t happen too often!
This trip was just me & my husband. We stayed at All Star Music, a first for us Here we are:
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I am Kelli, age 32 He is Mic (aka Michael or even Mickey – Obi_Mic on the boards), age 37.
You’ll find that Mic is a meat & potatoes kinda guy, while I am just a little bit more adventurous. I love steak, chicken & some shellfish. Not too keen on fish, but I am willing to try it from time to time. We both love coke, a little too much, so that is usually our drink of choice. Wait. Did I mention how picky of an eater Mic is? Very, very picky.
We don’t have any kids, and we usually go by ourselves. Last year was different. We had planned to go with 3 of our friends, then HIS parents & brother decided to go too. You can imagine the fun we had. We somehow managed to make it work pretty well. Time with friends, time with family, & time with both. You’ll notice there wasn’t any time by ourselves. That’s one of the reasons we decided to go this year. It was a spontaneous decision made just before the end of the free dining promo. So here we are!

We had a very hard time planning our ADR’s this trip. We knew we had to go back to CRT for breakfast, and we would pay out of pocket. That left us with 8 slots to fill. We wanted to try some new places, and had multiple places we wanted to revisit. After about 6 weeks of changing our minds, we finally made our choices. Here they are:

Saturday 1900 Park Fare (http://www.disboards.com/showpost.php?p=36185528&postcount=5)
The Coral Reef (http://www.disboards.com/showpost.php?p=36192120&postcount=14)
Sunday Kona Café (http://www.disboards.com/showpost.php?p=36205222&postcount=17)
Monday Cape May Buffet (http://www.disboards.com/showpost.php?p=36216385&postcount=20)
Tuesday Cinderella’s Royal Table (http://www.disboards.com/showpost.php?p=36247068&postcount=26)
Wednesday Narcoossee’s (http://www.disboards.com/showpost.php?p=36323194&postcount=34)
Thursday Columbia Harbour House & Les Chefs de France (http://www.disboards.com/showpost.php?p=36331424&postcount=47)
Friday Wolfgang Puck Express (http://www.disboards.com/showpost.php?p=36462048&postcount=55)
Le Cellier (http://www.disboards.com/showpost.php?p=36462369&postcount=56)


Since we were on the dining plan, I will try to include our choices for snacks & quick service as well, although I don’t have too many pictures for those. I must note that in my restaurant planning I have utilized the menus on All Ears.net & the WDW dining app for my ipod touch. For the most part, these were very accurate in food description & pricing. I believe Cinderella’s Royal Table was the only restaurant that was almost completely wrong. These were a great resource for calculating my tips ahead of time.

So, on to the reviews!

tggrrstarr
04-08-2010, 09:56 PM
We arrived on Friday, October 2nd, & when we checked in at ASMu at 1pm, we were hungry & ready to use our DDP!
So we chose to eat right away at Intermission Food Court instead of eating at Animal Kingdom. We both opted for the classic double bacon cheeseburger & fries, large coke & chocolate cake.

Believe it or not, this pretty much held us the rest of the day. The first day of travel pretty much always wipes us out, so I really don’t know why we thought we could do a park on arrival day. We were back at the hotel pretty early despite extra evening hours, & asleep pretty quickly.

I did get one more QS to take back to the room – chicken alfredo with penne pasta. I had had this on the last day of our previous trip, and it was just as fantastic as I remembered. It came with a small salad & I picked out key lime pie as desert. I got a bottled ice tea as drink for later & used my refillable mug for the meal.
QS used - 3 QS remaining -13
No snack credits used.

nashville_minnie
04-09-2010, 08:12 AM
Looking forward to reading your review of CRT breakfast!! ;)

jessrose18
04-09-2010, 09:30 AM
Love the title..signing on want to know what you though of Cape May going in two weeks, for the Crab Legs and more! Looking forward to your reviews:goodvibes

tggrrstarr
04-09-2010, 12:12 PM
Our reservation for 1900 Park Fare was at 8:20 am on Saturday, so we planned plenty of time for bus & monorail travel there. We got there at 7:20 am – I think I might have overestimated a little bit! We took advantage of the early hour to wander around the nearly empty grounds.
We did find this guy:
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It was so beautiful & peaceful at that time of morning, I think I have a new favorite hotel.
We made our way inside just before 8. There was a huge line to check in, so we sat in the lobby for a few to let it die down. We got to the podium at 8:05 am, still way early, but no problem.
They took us in for our photo & our table right away. I didn’t get quite as many pictures of food here since it is buffet style. One of the reasons I chose this breakfast was for the make your own omelet station, and it was fantastic. I got ham, cheese & mushrooms. I love mushrooms, but this was the first time I had them in an omelet. Yummy! This was my favorite part of my meal, next to the strawberry soup. Love the strawberry soup. I enjoyed the other selections, bacon, bread pudding (yum), potatoes. I also got some yogurt with granola & raisins. I usually love this combo, but the yogurt tasted funny to me. I thought it was vanilla, but it might have been plain yogurt.

Mic usually doesn’t have too much of an appetite at breakfast, so he just enjoyed some simple scrambled eggs, bacon & sausage. Of course he had to have a Mickey plate.
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Our waiter was really good, & very friendly.
Now for character interaction. Maybe it was because of how early we were, but the first character (Pooh) didn’t come out til we were halfway done eating. And we were seated at the end of the line. Very disappointing. This was our first full day in a park, and we were raring to go. But we had to wait. We got Pooh & Tigger, but we still had to wait ages for Mary Poppins, Alice & the Mad Hatter.
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The second reason I made this resv was for the MH. And he was last. It would be at least another half hour before we saw him. This was the closest I got to him:
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So we made a snap decision & left. We didn’t need a pic with Mary, we got her last year, & we figured we would see Alice & MH later in the parks.
(Bad choice, btw, we never got to see either of these. Lesson learned.)
My over all opinion of this restaurant, I LOVED it. I loved how many choices there were & how there was something for every appetite.
Cost of meal $37.98
TS used – 2 TS remaining – 14

tggrrstarr
04-09-2010, 12:34 PM
Love the title..


Thanks! I have to give full credit to my husband for that. I told him I would write the reviews, but he had to come up with a title for me. Unfortunately, I still have the tune of Its a Small World running through my head.

Symans3honeybees
04-09-2010, 02:50 PM
We have been to WDW countless times. We have not yet produced one trip/food report. We really appreciate that you took the time writing this review for our viewing pleasure. Thank you.

Linda67
04-09-2010, 03:11 PM
Lovely photos, really enjoying your reviews :thumbsup2

vettegirl
04-09-2010, 03:40 PM
That is one lucky duck in the pool at the GF:)

weswife
04-09-2010, 05:27 PM
I am here!!!! Great pics.!!!!!:thumbsup2

darthtatty
04-09-2010, 05:49 PM
well done on writing a food report, im hoping to do one on my next trip.
great start, shame your character interaction wasnt that good.

:goodvibes

tggrrstarr
04-09-2010, 07:42 PM
signing on want to know what you though of Cape May going in two weeks, for the Crab Legs and more! Looking forward to your reviews:goodvibes
Thanks! Cape May is coming up soon...

We have been to WDW countless times. We have not yet produced one trip/food report. We really appreciate that you took the time writing this review for our viewing pleasure. Thank you.
I've said time & again I would do it, and I just got busy and forgot about it. We spend our trip preparing for the review, then it just didn't happen. So I decided to just do it, even if I am 6 months late!

Lovely photos, really enjoying your reviews :thumbsup2
I am here!!!! Great pics.!!!!!:thumbsup2
Thank you so much, thanks for joining.

well done on writing a food report, im hoping to do one on my next trip.
great start, shame your character interaction wasnt that good. :goodvibes
Its my own fault for being so impatient! Good thing I loved the food, now I have two excuses to go back.

Coral Reef coming up very soon....

jeminni
04-09-2010, 07:46 PM
That is one lucky duck in the pool at the GF:)

I agree. :thumbsup2

tggrrstarr
04-09-2010, 08:09 PM
We spent Saturday at Epcot. We had planned to snack for lunch at the F&W Fest, but we just weren’t that hungry. We skipped lunch & after completely revising our touring plan, went back to ASMu to nap & refresh.

We came back around 4pm to use a few Fastpasses & eat dinner at The Coral Reef. We had eaten here last year, and had both enjoyed it. Mic was really looking forward to coming back.
Our resv time was 6:05pm, and we got there about 15 min early. We ended up waiting til about 6:15. I think this was the longest we waited for a reservation all trip. Our table was towards the back of the restaurant, but since we had a perfect view last year, neither of us really minded.

Our drinks were both coke ($2.69 each). We both got the New York Strip Steak with roasted potatoes & watercress ($30.99 each), the same thing we ate last year.
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Both of our entrees were great, although I just don’t get the watercress.
For desert, I got the chocolate wave($7.99)
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I had not gotten this last year & had really been looking forward to the brandied cherries. I was disappointed to find that it now comes with raspberries, which are good, but I was just in the mood for those cherries. Still, the desert was great.
Mic had the Baileys and Jack Daniel’s Mousse ($7.99).
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He ate the top two layers, but the bottom layer was too rich for him. I think we know where the alcohol is in this desert! (Neither one of us is much of a drinker, we usually just avoid alcohol.)

This was one of Mic’s best meals of the trip. I enjoyed mine, it was a perfect steak, but it wasn’t spectacular for me. I enjoy this restaurant but its not a necessity for me. It is a necessity for Mic.
Total price before tax $83.34
TS used - 2 TS remaining - 12

We got back to ASMu just as Escape to Witch Mountain was starting on the big screen near the pool. We decided to stay & watch, so I used a snack credit on a strawberry popsicle at the food court. (sorry, no pic) After the heat & all the walking, this was a nice treat I wouldn’t normally have indulged in.
I believe the cost was about $2-3.
Sn used – 1 Sn remaining - 15

Symans3honeybees
04-10-2010, 04:43 PM
Yummm!! want more.....

lovemickeyshouse
04-10-2010, 07:37 PM
Waiting for more pics

tggrrstarr
04-10-2010, 10:17 PM
Our plan on this trip was to skip breakfast most days, since neither one of us are usually too hungry first thing in the morning.
We meant to eat lunch on Sunday at Pinocchio’s Village Haus, but when we got hungry, we got hungry fast. And Pecos Bill’s was right there when it happened. So Pecos Bills it was.

Neither of us had eaten here before, in fact, I don’t think we had ever really noticed it before. In planning for this trip, I had seen it & its topping bar mentioned quite a few times. I am really glad we went there. The topping bar was awesome. Mmmm Mushrooms. I was really feeling the mushrooms this trip. So I got the double bacon cheeseburger with French fries ($8.09), Large Coke ($2.49) & Carrot Cake ($3.59). I put lots and lots of sautéed mushrooms on my burger.
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Mic had the exactly the same as me, except for the toppings. He had ketchup on his burger. He doesn’t deviate much from the basics.
Total cost of meal $28.34
QS used – 2 QS remaining - 11

For Dinner we had ADR’s at Kona Café at 5:15pm. We had gone back to the hotel for a nap, so we just went straight to the Poly from ASMu. We had never been to Kona before. We had almost eaten here on our honeymoon, but changed our minds. Since then, I have seen all the great reviews on the Dis Boards and have really wanted to try it.
We got seated right away, & our waiter was fantastic. Mic even snapped a pic of me talking to him:
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We started out with the yummy bread Kona is known for. Mic is picky when it comes to bread, so I got to enjoy this all by myself. I don’t know if that was the best idea!
I ordered the shrimp roll ($12.99).
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I have been all about tempura shrimp rolls lately, and let me tell you, this one was amazing! I am not the most knowledgeable about sushi, but our waiter explained how this one had a white instead of green nori paper. Less aftertaste. Since our dining plan doesn’t cover appetizers, this one was paid for out of pocket.
As for my meal, I ordered the Panko breaded shrimp & pan-seared scallops with sticky rice & ponzu ($20.99). It came with guava passion fruit & wasabi cream sauces.
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I really enjoyed this. The sauces were ok, but I’m not really a fan of spicy stuff, so these were used sparingly.
Mic got the slow roasted Prime Rib with mashed potatoes & brocolini ($21.99).
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Guess who got the brocolini? Me! Mic doesn’t eat green food.

Now desert is something I was really looking forward to. The problem was, I ate too much! There really wasn’t much room left for the Banana Chocolate Crème Brule ($5.99) I had been dreaming of for so long. But I managed to eat about half of it.
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Mic got the Kona Kone ($5.99).
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Basically a make your own sundae with a big cone of cotton candy. He ate the ice cream, but really didn’t want the cotton candy. Guess I would have to take it. Darn! I love cotton candy. Even more so, I love the smell of cotton candy. So we took it with us back to Magic Kingdom, and I picked at it along the way. I know I looked like a big dork smelling it the whole way.
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Overall opinion of Kona Café – I loved it. Mic was happy cause he got steak. Our service was so good we even tipped a little extra.
Cost of meal $72.93 ($59.94 covered by ddp)
TS used – 2 TS remaining – 10

With all my planning, everything told me that there would not be a Spectromagic parade this particular evening, so I had resigned myself to not seeing it this trip. But I was quite pleasantly surprised to find them setting up for it upon exiting the Hall of Presidents.
We got great seats, and Mic went and used up his first snack credit on a big popcorn. Mic loves popcorn, & eating popcorn during the parades has become a mini tradition for him. (sorry, can’t remember the cost of this one)
Snacks used – 1 Snacks remaining - 14

Cookie Princess
04-11-2010, 05:34 AM
I am also a cotton candy nut. DS (14) and I tend to "fight" over who gets the last of it.

WAHMto5
04-11-2010, 09:43 AM
Great reviews, thanks for sharing!!

tggrrstarr
04-11-2010, 08:41 PM
Today was our only Hollywood Studios day, so we got there extremely early to be first in line for the mad dash to Toy Story Mania. And we were first in line. At the gate, at the rope & at the FP machine!
So afterwards, we were kinda hungry. Skipping breakfast wasn’t working so well today.
Last trip I had wanted to try some of the goodies at Starring Rolls Café, but was never hungry. So we headed straight there. The banana split concoction was calling my name, so I went with that. I then saw a man who I thought was my husband and started yelling at him for picking out a plain bagel when there were so many other great things to choose from.
Uh, that wasn’t my husband. Some poor man got yelled at by a complete stranger for wanting to eat a bagel. Mic was laughing at me all through breakfast. He actually picked out a cinnamon roll to eat, which he really enjoyed.
We later made our way to the Scary Apothecary for some strawberry & grape icee’s.
Snacks used – 4 Snacks remaining - 10

We decided to eat lunch at Pizza Planet. We are old pros at Pizza Planet by now; we seem to go there quite a bit. I don’t always feel like eating pizza, but Mic loves it. I love the stories about the two sides of the line & how so many people don’t seem to get it. When we walked up to the lines, every line was long except for the end register. There was only one person on the right side. So this is where we went. When the Cast Member switched sides, we noticed the reaction from the left side of the line. We just kept moving.

Mic ordered the Pepperoni Pizza with salad ($8.29) while I ordered the Cheese pizza with salad ($7.99). We each got a Large Coke ($2.49) to drink. Most places automatically give you a medium, but you can ask for a large. I got potato chips ($2.69) for my desert & Mic got a chocolate chip cookie ($1.99). I think we are used to the dining plan enough by now to order what we feel like eating, not the most expensive thing. Besides, it was free. Maybe if we pay for the plan out of pocket (which we might do next trip) we’ll go back to that other mentality.
Everything tasted so good; it was the perfect timing for pizza.
Cost of meal $25.94
QS used – 2 QS remaining – 9

Dinner tonight was at a new restaurant for us & at a hotel we had never visited before. This was one of our latest reservation times all trip, & it worked out perfectly. We had plenty of time to explore, take pictures & dream. We took the boat from DHS to the Beach Club Resort & Villas. We love the boat ride. It is one of my favorite methods of transportation in The World. We got a picture right off the dock with Photopass:

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Then we checked out the pool. I think I love this resort, mostly for the pool! There is actually sand on the bottom.
We finally found our way in to Cape May & were still a half hour early. They took our name, gave us a buzzer & we sat and waited. We were seated almost immediately.

I was so excited to eat here so I could try some of the seafood. In planning, I had heard Cape May occasionally has crab legs, & I was really hoping they would be here tonight. I wasn’t disappointed!
The waitress was really nice & described the entire buffet to us and said they just started serving crab legs all the time. Yeah! I hope it stays that way.

Mic ate the usual, fried chicken, mashed potatoes, prime rib.
Of course I had crab legs, ribs, corn on the cob, prime rib, zuchini – yum!

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I tried some clams, they were pretty good. I’ve never been too crazy about clams alone, but mixed in food they are ok – so this was a step forward. I also tried the fish (Mahi?) not so much. But I really don’t like fish anyway, no surprise. (I do like Tilapia).
You can see how I felt about the crab:
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Desert was good, but it was the food I was interested in here. Everything was tiny, there was cheesecake, key lime pie, tiramisu & flan. All good, I wasn't too into the flan though.

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I like how the tops were decorated with the Beach Club & Yacht Club names.

I love this place! Must come back! There was way too much to choose from & it was all fantastic! Mic was happy too, there was a lot for even a picky eater like him to choose from.
Cost of dinner $26.99 per person, $53.98 total
TS used – 2 TS remaining – 8

KatMark
04-11-2010, 09:02 PM
I was glad to see your review of Coral Reef. We've not been since our kids were young (probably 12 years ago) and DH really wants to go back. The steak looks right up my alley (he'd probably get the tilapia or the mahi mahi). I want to go back to Cape May too...I love crab legs and they didn't have them our last time there.

princessjv
04-13-2010, 12:12 AM
Great reviews! Keep them coming. You just made me put Cape May on our dining list for this year.

wilma-bride
04-13-2010, 06:17 AM
Great reviews. Glad to hear that Kona Cafe was good as we have a dinner ADR for August. Hopefully this time we'll actually make it as I've 'ummed and aahed' about it over several trips.

darthtatty
04-13-2010, 07:21 AM
great to see your Kona review, i tend to look at the menus every so often and ive only ever seen people get the tuna or steak. I always wanted to see what the scallops look like. :thumbsup2
will def get them if they have them when we finally go there. :rotfl:

lots of great reviews, keep up the fab work.xx :goodvibes

Linda67
04-13-2010, 07:48 AM
Great reviews :thumbsup2
I haven't seen many reviews of Cape May and it looks really good.
We are at Kona a couple of weeks ago and really enjoyed it :)

tggrrstarr
04-13-2010, 08:57 PM
Today was the morning we had been waiting for – Cinderella’s Royal Table. And not just breakfast, breakfast before the park opens! Our first time walking through a nearly empty, not yet opened Magic Kingdom. We made sure we had at least a half hour to walk around & take pictures.

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We went inside for our reservation & took our picture with Cinderella. Cinderella was fantastic, I love how in character the princesses always are. We had a couple shots taken, when we got the picture back I was a little disappointed I couldn’t choose which one they printed. (I actually just found out this week you can access the others through the Photopass website. Wish I had known this back in October) Oh well.

We were escorted upstairs to our table – we were seated towards the back, all the way across from the windows. Most of my pictures came out really dark, I’m a little disappointed. We must have used the wrong setting.

Our waiter arrived to explain how breakfast worked. I had to have him explain it a 2nd time – I wasn’t expecting to hear they had completely changed the menu. Neither AllEars.net or my WDW app had noted the change (And they still haven’t).
You are now given a choice of three pre-plated dishes. I had been looking forward to both the stuffed French toast & the yummy breakfast potatoes. These weren’t plated together. I mentioned this to our waiter and he said he would bring me a side of the potatoes. Awesome!
Mic and I both chose the stuffed French toast with bacon.
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The French toast was amazing, as usual. The potatoes? They completely changed the recipe! No more amazing cheesy potatoes. They are some kind of southwestern recipe now. Just not the same.

As for character interaction, you never know which princesses you are gonna get here, this time we had Aurora, Snow White, Belle & Jasmine. We didn’t have Jasmine last year, so I was happy to see her this time.
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Our overall opinion of Cinderella’s Royal Table:
Very Disappointed with the changes. Last year the cost was about $30 per person and you had an all you can eat assortment of very good food. The price has gone up to about $50 a person & they have not only reduced the food choices & quantity, they have also changed the recipes.

Don’t get me wrong, the food was good. The characters were great. Our server was accommodating & brought us anything we needed.
We might have enjoyed the meal better if we hadn’t had such a spectacular meal just one year earlier.
Cost of meal $94
No TS credits used for this meal.

After a mid-afternoon nap, we came back to the Magic Kingdom near 4pm for dinner & MNSSHP. All of the cast members were already in their Halloween costumes greeting us with our wristbands & treat bags. I love Halloween!

We made our way over to Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café. Once again, Mic and I chose the same meal – the half chicken & BBQ Rib combo ($13.99 per person). This is served with mashed potatoes & green beans. OMG this was sooo good.
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Of course, Coke ($2.49) to drink. For desert, Triple Chocolate Cake ($3.59). This is a fantastic place to burn those QS credits.
Cost of meal $40.14
QS used – 2 QS remaining - 7

Snack Credit
Every trip to WDW, I say I’m gonna get a dole whip. I just don’t seem to make it. So this time I was gonna do it.
We fought the trick or treaters over to Aloha Isle and I got the dole whip float ($3.99) while Mic got his favorite – a rootbeer float ($3.79). He loved his. I loved the dole whip part of mine. Not so much for the juice. I hate floats of any kind, the thought of ice cream mixed with carbonated liquid just grosses me out. But I wanted to give it a chance, so I did. Now I know to just get the ice cream.
Snacks used – 2 Snacks remaining - 8

PrincessBetsy
04-13-2010, 09:15 PM
Excellent reviews and I love the title!! We are going to Cape May for breakfast in August, so I hope it is as good as your dinner! Too bad about the menu change at CRT though. I would really like to eat here, but it is soooooo expensive for so few choices. We are also going to Le Cellier for the first time in August, so I'm really looking forward to your review. Can't wait for more!! :goodvibes

mamaboogie
04-16-2010, 11:47 AM
Great review of Kona!:thumbsup2

We are going there in August and I can't wait! Was the shrimp sushi from the regular menu or can you order from the Sushi bar at Kona? I'm desparate to try some sushi in WDW and that shrimp tempura looks delicious!

mdinme
04-16-2010, 11:57 AM
Is it just me or does anyone else loathe the sight of ducks in the pools? We're talking flying rats people: they poop and urinate where they swim...

I'm a recreation professional that manages pools, lakes with swimming area and I've attended countless seminars on these topics. Trust me: IT IS NOT CUTE TO HAVE FLYING RATS NOR ANY OTHER SPECIES SWIMMING WHERE HUMANS DO.

The rash you have is the direct result of their waste going into the water (commonly called "duck or fowl itch"). Oh, I consider myself a lover of animals, I jsut have no desire to wade through their waste...

The seagulls at MK need to be shot or poisoned too.

Love the trip report though lol!

tggrrstarr
04-16-2010, 12:14 PM
Sorry I haven't updated yet, it's been a crazy week.
My husband has been really sick, on the way to urgent care, my car broke down. They decided to put him on an IV, so luckily my Brother in law met me & we got a rental while we waited. Never found out what my husband has, but he is getting better.
Oh, and I got a kitten yesterday, and she is terrified of my dog. But the dog is fascinated despide the constant hissing & growling.
As for the car, not worth the money to fix, so new car shopping for me!
just a little crazy this week, lol.

I should be able to update later tonight.
Thanks for reading!

Gouden Leeuw
04-16-2010, 12:27 PM
Just found this thread. Great reviews so far!

Wow crazy week! Hope your hubby is better soon and you find a new car!

I laughed about the cat and dog part as I have a cat and my DBF has a puppy and my cat does not like the dog what so ever! and they are the same size so it not like the dog scares my cat, she just wants nothing to do with her.

PrincessBetsy
04-16-2010, 02:02 PM
Sorry I haven't updated yet, it's been a crazy week.
My husband has been really sick, on the way to urgent care, my car broke down. They decided to put him on an IV, so luckily my Brother in law met me & we got a rental while we waited. Never found out what my husband has, but he is getting better.
Oh, and I got a kitten yesterday, and she is terrified of my dog. But the dog is fascinated despide the constant hissing & growling.
As for the car, not worth the money to fix, so new car shopping for me!
just a little crazy this week, lol.

I should be able to update later tonight.
Thanks for reading!


I hope Mic is feeling better and gets well soon! :flower3:

Aww, I love kittens. They are so cute! At first our kitten didn't like our dog either, but they soon become good friends.

I'm looking forward to the next update!! :goodvibes

tggrrstarr
04-19-2010, 12:36 PM
Great review of Kona!:thumbsup2

We are going there in August and I can't wait! Was the shrimp sushi from the regular menu or can you order from the Sushi bar at Kona? I'm desparate to try some sushi in WDW and that shrimp tempura looks delicious!

Thanks! The sushi I ordered was on the regular Kona menu along with a few other sushi choices. I do believe you can also order from the Sushi bar menu as well.

Just found this thread. Great reviews so far!

Wow crazy week! Hope your hubby is better soon and you find a new car!

I laughed about the cat and dog part as I have a cat and my DBF has a puppy and my cat does not like the dog what so ever! and they are the same size so it not like the dog scares my cat, she just wants nothing to do with her.



I hope Mic is feeling better and gets well soon! :flower3:

Aww, I love kittens. They are so cute! At first our kitten didn't like our dog either, but they soon become good friends.

I'm looking forward to the next update!! :goodvibes

Thank you. My husband is back to work and feeling normal again, thank God. Day 5 with the kitten and its a little bit better. She still hisses, but they can get really close now and even both be in the same room most of the time. I think I noticed Boo (kitten) purposely running towards the dog (Jazz) to hiss at her today. Jazz thinks she is playing back though, not warning her away. I am sure in a week or two they'll be good.
Here is Boo:
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She never holds still long enough for me to snap a focused picture. I don't think she sleeps too often, either. Sooo much energy. She is 8 weeks old.

tggrrstarr
04-19-2010, 01:08 PM
Back to the Reviews!

Our plan for Wednesday was to take it easy & explore Downtown Disney, do Characters in Flight and eat dinner at Narcoossee’s at the Grand Floridian. Not much on the schedule, just a whatever kind of day.
But Mic’s throat had started hurting on Tuesday, and by Wednesday morning he was full on sick with a cold. So he decided to stay in bed all day and do nothing but sleep & watch tv.

I couldn’t sleep, so I walked over to the food court & got myself the All Star Breakfast Platter ($8.29) with eggs, bacon & breakfast potatoes. I didn’t want the French toast, so they gave me extra potatoes instead. Since you don’t get a desert with breakfast on the dining plan, I got an apple juice ($2.29) & a bottled ice tea ($2.29) for Mic. I also filled up my mug with coke.
I didn’t get Mic anything since he was asleep and is never hungry first thing.

I took it all to go and trekked back to the room to eat. Everything was very good, although I didn’t eat the eggs. Just wasn’t into eggs that day.
Just as I was finishing, Mic wakes up & says he’s hungry. Seriously? Our room was far enough from the food court that I was a little ticked off. I gave him my leftover eggs, and that held him over for about an hour.

Then, back to Intermission Food Court for his lunch, a double cheeseburger and fries ($7.59) another bottled ice tea (seriously, he drinks this stuff like its going out of style) and a side of fries for me ($1.99). They just looked so good, and they were!
Total cost of both meals & snack $28.73
QS used – 2 QS remaining – 5 Snack used – 1 Snack remaining – 8

Dinner reservations were for 8:00 at Narcoosee’s. I had planned it for this time so we could see the fireworks from the Magic Kingdom. I was so excited for this dinner, but Mic wasn’t feeling like doing anything.
The only reason I got him to go was because my good friend & travel agent texted me & told me our credit card would be charged if we didn’t make the reservation. He agreed to go after I told him this. (Yeah!)
(She then texted me again to tell me she was mistaken, no charge if we missed it. Mic had already agreed to go, no need to update him!)

We took the bus to MK and had plenty of time so we hopped on the boat to the Grand Floridian. We made our way in to Narcoossee’s and waited about 15 minutes to be seated.

We both ordered the Surf and Turf ($58.00). This dish comes with twin medallions of filet & a lobster tail accompanied by mashed potatoes, green beans & a choron sauce. (I can’t remember if It came naturally with the mashed or if we both asked to substitute).
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The plan was for Mic to get all the filet & me to get both the lobster tails. I ended up getting one of the three filet medallions. It was excellent. The lobster was good, but not fantastic. (Good enough to eat all of it!) Mic loved his entrée.

The fireworks started just before desert, so we made our way out on the side deck to watch them. I was a little surprised to see that almost the entire restaurant came outside.
I don’t know if this is normal, but the electrical light parade just happened to make its way out onto the water directly underneath the fireworks. It was like a bonus light show. Neither of us had seen this parade before and we loved it.
Back inside for desert, Mic ordered the Gelato Sampler.
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There were four types of gelato featured: Cappuchino, Watermelon, Chocolate & Pistachio. I think it normally comes with raspberry, but they were out & substituted the watermelon. (yuck. That’s all I’ll say.) I tried a taste of all but the watermelon. It made me want gelato. But I had my yummy desert…

I got the Ozark Apple Pecan Cake with vanilla bean whipped cream, caramelized apples & poached cranberries.
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Very good. The apples were a little bit of an odd texture, but this was a very light desert, and with all the chocolate I’d been having, perfect timing.

I have to say, I love it when the servers offer to take a picture for you. I always feel as if I am bothering them when I ask them, so I usually don't. It's just that extra bit of customer service when they offer.
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Out on the balcony:
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Overall opinion of Narcoossee’s:
Wonderful. Great service, beautiful atmosphere and the food was good. I’d like to try something different next time, maybe the whole Maine Lobster everyone seems to rave about. (I’ve never ordered a whole lobster before, so I was hesitant to do so).
Even though Mic wasn’t feeling too good, he had a good time and was really glad to have caught the light show.
I highly recommend planning your reservation time to catch the fireworks, it made this a fantastic experience.

TS used – 4 TS remaining – 4

1 snack credit used at Goofy’s Candy Company at DTD after dinner on a Grape Icee. (Perfect for a sore throat)
6 snack credits remaining.

tggrrstarr
04-19-2010, 01:14 PM
Le Chefs de France coming up later tonight!

Bonus Not so Scary Halloween Photopass picture:

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I love getting to the party early enough to get some pictures out of the way. In fact, I believe we were the very first to get this one. You can even see the guys setting up still in the background, unfortunately.

wilma-bride
04-19-2010, 01:16 PM
Great meal at Narcoossee's - love the picture of you both :thumbsup2

beautyqueen
04-19-2010, 02:01 PM
Can't wait to hear more! loving your review!

mamaboogie
04-19-2010, 04:07 PM
Hurray! Narcoosses is also on our ADR list for August! Can't wait to try it - it looks good.

Thanks for taking the time to write about your experiences!

Shari

Gouden Leeuw
04-19-2010, 05:30 PM
OMG Boo is too cute! I miss Rinoa being a kitten, she was into everything and was crazy....ok she's still a bit crazy when she has her spaz moments, she sounds like a heard of elephants when she running around sometimes.

We are doing the exact same thing for Narcoosses's on our trip, going to be there for the fireworks. So what did you think of the lobster tail? Was it worth getting that dish? My original thought was to have the Surf and Turf but after the reviews I'm a bit scared. I am mainly going for the lobster so I'm trying to figure out if I should just go for the Whole Maine Lobster.

Cant wait for the rest!

princessallegra
04-19-2010, 05:52 PM
Great title and great reviews so far!!! Can't wait to read more!!! :yay::yay:

beansf
04-19-2010, 06:11 PM
I am enjoying your reviews. Congrats on the new kitty!

vinotinto
04-19-2010, 07:33 PM
I then saw a man who I thought was my husband and started yelling at him for picking out a plain bagel when there were so many other great things to choose from.
Uh, that wasn’t my husband. Some poor man got yelled at by a complete stranger for wanting to eat a bagel.

:rotfl::rotfl::rotfl:

Too funny! I can see myself doing something like that.

Really enjoying the reviews and pics. :thumbsup2

2BOYMOM
04-19-2010, 08:32 PM
The seagulls at MK need to be shot or poisoned too.



That's mean and a strange thing to post in the middle of someone's dinning report. I mean, yeah, they are annoying but poison them??

Kim in TN
04-19-2010, 09:34 PM
Great trip report! Can't wait to read more! :surfweb:

choirchic
04-19-2010, 09:49 PM
I'm in...great reviews! We LOVE Narcoossee's! :cheer2:

tggrrstarr
04-19-2010, 09:52 PM
Great meal at Narcoossee's - love the picture of you both :thumbsup2

Can't wait to hear more! loving your review!

Thanks!

OMG Boo is too cute!

So what did you think of the lobster tail? Was it worth getting that dish?
Thanks, she is a handful.
I would recommend getting the whole lobster. The surf n turf was good, but I wish I had gotten the other.

Great title and great reviews so far!!! Can't wait to read more!!! :yay::yay:

I am enjoying your reviews. Congrats on the new kitty!

Thanks, its been fun writing them, giving me something to do at work!

I've been trying to update the next review, but a certain kitty keeps dive bombing the keyboard freezing my computer. After two restarts, I think she is finally calming down. On to the reviews...

tggrrstarr
04-19-2010, 10:15 PM
Thursday was the day we had scheduled the Keys to the Kingdom Tour. This was part of Mic’s birthday present (from August) so it was a treat for us both.
Mic was feeling much better, so no threat of him canceling.
Our tour began at 9:00 am and included lunch at Columbia Harbour House. We got to pick our lunch before the tour began from a menu they supplied us. We both chose the chicken nuggets, French fries & coke.

Neither of us were too interested in eating at this location due to the menu. We both like chicken strips, but nuggets really didn’t catch our attention. And there wasn’t anything else on the menu we were fond of. But it was included in our tour, so we got to try it.
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We made our way inside and were escorted upstairs to a private dining room.
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We found all of the tables already set with our chosen lunch, drink & a place card with our names on it. We also had a gift from the tour waiting there for us. It was a nice surprise, and the atmosphere was wonderful. The chicken nuggets were surprisingly good.
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We had plenty of time to refresh & explore the upper part of the restaurant before returning to our tour.
No QS credits were used due to lunch being included in the price of the tour.

The tour ended near 2:00 pm. We were very hot & tired afterwards & wanted to crash. Our dinner reservation was at 5:15 pm at Tony’s Town Square. The Magic Kingdom also would be closing at 7pm for the Halloween Party.
We knew this was not gonna work, & that we wouldn’t be hungry anyway. So I called the reservation line & asked if there were any openings for Tutto Italia at Epcot around 8pm. There weren’t. But there were openings at Biergarten, Le Chefs & the Rose and Crown.
So we decided on Le Chefs and were able to go back to ASMu to refresh first. (Biergarten is awesome, we went last year and loved it.)

We arrived a few hours early to explore World Showcase & got some great pictures near France. I was excited to see Marie:
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We checked in about 20 minutes early & were seated within 10 minutes. It was packed inside the restaurant, beautiful but crowded. Our server had a great French accent, of course. We looked at the menu & saw that there was a Prix Fixe option ($37.00 each) with 3 courses: appetizer, entrée & desert. We were eligible to get this on the ddp, but you did have a limited choice. No Problem!
Mic has always wanted to try French Onion Soup, and this was one of the c choices. I had been craving Lobster Bisque all trip, and it was also one. So we went with these.
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The Lobster Bisque was so good, I almost licked the bowl. Mic tried the Onion soup, but wasn’t sold on it. He had a couple spoonfuls. I also tried it (first time for me as well). Not bad, but I am not a huge onion fan.

For my entrée, I chose the Beef Shortribs braised in cabernet with pasta, pearl onions & mushrooms.
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I had wanted to try something outside of my comfort zone. I rarely order beef unless its steak. I just love chicken so much more. I am glad I did. This was very good, and I’d definitely order it again.

Mic rarely orders chicken, but he must have been feeling it this evening. He ordered the Half a Roasted Chicken with rissole potatoes & grilled Tomato.
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He enjoyed his, but must not have been very hungry. He had some left over, and I was able to try some of his potatoes. Yum! They were various types of roasted potatoes – including sweet potatoes & even some black ones. Very colorful and very good.

We both ordered the same for desert – Puff Choux with vanilla ice cream & chocolate sauce. Basically Cream Puffs. The ice cream & chocolate sauce complimented these perfectly.
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Our service was very good, our food arrived very quickly for all three courses. But I did notice that the table next to us (who had arrived & ordered before us) had not received their entrees yet as we were receiving our desert. It seemed like some of the servers were too focused on their own conversations at times, despite the crowded restaurant.
Overall, our meal was good. Not the best of our trip, but good enough to try the restaurant again sometime.

TS used – 2 TS remaining - 2

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Only one more review to go! Coming Soon...

hesedshi
04-20-2010, 02:26 AM
What a great trip, can't wait to hear more!

2BOYMOM
04-20-2010, 09:23 AM
I am loving your report and the pics!

Also, congrats on the new kitty. My Max turned 14 last week, he's an old man kitty now.

jessrose18
04-20-2010, 09:53 AM
:goodvibesThanks for the review of Cape May. It seems like people on here either love the crab legs, or say they aren't good. Glad you liked them...going in 6 days to Cape May Dinner.

disneyfan551
04-20-2010, 11:57 AM
Loving the reviews:lovestruc...as I'm sitting here during my lunch break eating cotton candy I just brought back from Disney last weekend! :cloud9:

PrincessBetsy
04-20-2010, 02:42 PM
Oh my goodness - Boo is so adorable!! Kittens are always too cute! :goodvibes

I'm loving the reviews for Narcoosses, Columbia Harbour House, and Le Chefs de France. Did you enjoy your Keys to the Kingdom Tour? We are considering doing this on one of our upcoming trips. Your dessert at Le Chefs de France looks amazing! I'm a big fan of cream puffs :love:

Ahhh, only one review left? It is always so sad when reviews end. I am looking forward to what you thought of Le Cellier though! :banana:

tggrrstarr
04-21-2010, 09:20 PM
Loving the reviews:lovestruc...as I'm sitting here during my lunch break eating cotton candy I just brought back from Disney last weekend! :cloud9:

Thanks! I am so jealous. I actually went and bought the Victoria's Secret body spray that smells like cotton candy.

Oh my goodness - Boo is so adorable!! Kittens are always too cute! :goodvibes

I'm loving the reviews for Narcoosses, Columbia Harbour House, and Le Chefs de France. Did you enjoy your Keys to the Kingdom Tour? We are considering doing this on one of our upcoming trips.

Ahhh, only one review left? It is always so sad when reviews end. I am looking forward to what you thought of Le Cellier though! :banana:

Thank you, we are having so much fun with her.
We loved the KTTK tour. Our tour guide was fantastic, you could tell how much she loves WDW & especially Walt. I've heard each tour is a little different, based on who your guide is.

I can't believe I only have one more review to go! I am almost done writing it, hopefully I can post it in the next day or two.

BecBennett
04-21-2010, 09:36 PM
Naaaw! I love kittens! I can't look at pics of them without getting all misty eyed!!

Who wants kids when you could have kittens!

Love your reviews, I'm a bit of a cotton candy nut too, I even have a cotton candy machine at home :cloud9:

tggrrstarr
04-29-2010, 12:27 PM
I think I have been dragging my feet finishing this last review. I can't believe its the end! Well, here it is.

Friday gave us the opportunity to do the things we didn’t get to do on Wednesday, due to Mic being sick. We spent the day at Downtown Disney & finally got to do Characters in Flight. This was awesome! I thought I would get airsick, since I do so so often, but no problems!
We also did some shopping & ate lunch at Wolfgang Puck Express. This is one of our favorite & best QS values on the ddp. I was told that 2009 would be the last year for it on the QS plan. What a shame.
I ordered the Rigatoni with Chicken Alfredo ($14.95).
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This came with a salad as a side. I have only recently started liking alfredo sauce, and this was very yummy.

Mic ordered the Spaghetti with Meatballs ($15.75) also with a salad as a side. He had ordered this last year & hadn’t been impressed. But, he decided to give it a second try, and loved it this year.
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Of course, we both went with large cokes ($2.65 each)

For desert, we both got the frozen yogurt with one topping ($4.25).
Very good meal.
QS used – 2 QS remaining – 2

tggrrstarr
04-29-2010, 12:46 PM
Tonight was our Le Cellier reservation! I had been waiting for this all trip. I knew how difficult it is to get adr’s here, so I intentionally planned it for last to have a better chance at it. This is one of those restaurants that gets mixed reviews on the Dis; many people feel it’s overrated, while others love it. So I went in with an open mind.
We snapped some pictures outside:
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We went inside to check in, and only waited for about a minute when we were escorted to our table. Our server soon arrived to take our orders, and explained that smoothies were accepted here as a drink on the dining plan.
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Surprisingly, Mic turned down the smoothie for a coke. I didn’t. There were two flavors to choose from so I went with the Raspberry Smoothie with a touch of Sprite.

We were served the pretzel bread I have heard so much about. Biergarten also serves this type of bread, and I loved it as much here as I did there. Mic stuck to his bread snobbery, if it isn’t Italian, he won’t touch it.

Le Cellier also has a special three course price fix menu, just as Le Chefs did. You can choose from pre-selected appetizers, entrees & desert. The entrée I was looking at wasn’t featured so only Mic got this. The price was $36.99. Considering that my entrée was $34.99, this was an amazing deal if you are not on the dining plan.

He chose the mixed green salad for his appetizer:
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I am not sure what the topping was, I just assumed it was beets. Very pretty, but we both just kinda picked at it.
His entrée was the Salt-Crusted Prime Rib with roasted Yukon Potatoes
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He said it was good, but found it to be a little too fatty. I think by this point he had ordered a little too much steak for one trip also.

I ordered the Le Cellier Mushroom Filet Mignon ($34.99) with wild mushroom risotto.
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OMG!!!! This was the most amazing thing I ate the entire trip! I have been dreaming about that mushroom risotto ever since I got back. The filet was perfect. My only complaint was that there wasn’t enough.

On to desert. Of the three choices Mic had, he went with the Canadian Chocolate Moose.
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Very rich, very good. He let me try it. We both enjoyed it.

I went with the Chocolate on Chocolate Whiskey Cake ($7.99). This was finished with a honey thyme anglaise and a chocolate vanilla walnut sauce.

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The lighter sauce, the anglaise, was a nice contrast to the very heavy chocolate cake. Very good as well. But after these deserts, we were about done with chocolate!

Mic enjoyed eating here, but didn’t love his meal like I did. My entrée made this restaurant for me. The deserts were both very good, but not the best of the trip. I must come back here to experience that dish again. Mic will come back because I loved it, and you can’t really get steak wrong for him.
TS used – 2 TS remaining – 0

By my calculations, I have a few snack credits left, but I really must not have recorded them all. My journaling tends to get a little sparse by the end of the trip unfortunately, something I need to work on for next time. I know we used a ton of credits on icees and smoothies, and I believe I used up a couple on our last morning for snacks for the plane ride home.

We also used our last two QS credits on breakfast on our last morning.

Well, this is the end of my dining report. Hope you enjoyed it, I had so much fun writing it. Hopefully another trip with dining is in my future!

I will be back to give you both of our picks for best and worst restaurant very soon.

ppoe65
04-29-2010, 01:12 PM
Thank you for the report. As you stated, LeCellier gets mixed reviews and I was anxious to hear what you had to say. We are going to try it in December. Can't wait...think we willk be ordering the filet.

Again, thanks

sydneysmom
04-29-2010, 04:23 PM
You both are adorable !! I LOVED reading your reviews and seeing your pics...we made ADR's for Narcoosee's, Les Chefs and a few others that we haven't been to yet and it was fantastic to see your pics and read the reviews. You both look like you had a wonderful trip ! :cheer2:

vettegirl
04-29-2010, 10:10 PM
Great review of Le Cellier. We will be dining there for the first time in a few weeks, and I plan on ordering what you did. Looks amazing, I don't like mushrooms but I will give the filet a try.

PrincessBetsy
05-14-2010, 01:55 PM
Excellent review! I'm glad that you enjoyed Le Cellier and your food looked really delicious!

I really enjoyed reading your report and I'm sad that it's over. You will have to start planning another trip soon so we can eat around the world with you again! :goodvibes

mickeymom629
05-14-2010, 06:29 PM
Loved reading all of your reviews and I'm so impressed that you took pictures of everything - I always forget. Thanks for a great report!

MrsB1228
05-15-2010, 09:46 AM
Thanks so much for sharing your reviews and pics! I really enjoyed reading about your trip and drooling over all the wonderful food porn. LOL! Thanks for taking the time to write this review! :thumbsup2