|07-07-2013, 11:51 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2011
Having a "Me Party" - A solo trip dining review! Update 9/10
I just got back from my very first solo trip to Disney World and it was incredible! I did meet up with friends a few times while I was down there, so I wasn't totally alone the whole time, but I did get to spend some quality time with myself while I was there At first I was hesitant about doing table service by myself, but then I decided I enjoyed it so much and who cared if I was alone! So I ended up doing a mix of counter service and table service.
I was also lucky enough to attend the Disney wedding of one of my friends while I was down there, so I can also give you an inside look at some Disney wedding food - and a Fantasmic dessert party!
Where I Ate
Of course this is what you're most interested in - the food!
Wedding Lunch Buffet
Fantasmic Dessert Party
Cape May Cafe Breakfast
World Showcase Snacks
Also look for snack reviews along the way!
Briefly about me - My name is Becky, and I'm 25 years old. I've been married for almost two years, but I had to leave my husband at home for this one since he couldn't get the time off from work. I was actually really excited about trying a solo trip. I would get to do things that I wanted to do at my pace, and I would also be able to meet up with some of my friends down there. I currently work as a tutor, but I recently finished my degree in library science and I'm looking for a job as a children's librarian. I also do theater (currently in a production of Jekyll and Hyde), and I like to write (just finished a children's novel that I'm sending out to agents now).
In terms of food, I'm not too picky. I love pasta and seafood, but I don't really care for marinara sauce. I will eat almost anything, though I tend to lean more toward "lighter" choices like fish, chicken, or vegetarian food (I rarely eat beef, though I do enjoy it on occasion!). I also enjoy a lot of ethnic foods, like Japanese, Indian, Thai, and African.
I'm an annual passholder, and I have Tables in Wonderland. This was my 3rd Disney trip this year, so I've been keeping a running total of how much I've saved with my TiW card so I know the full value I got out of it! So far this year, prior to this solo trip, I saved $161.18. So although I didn't add a lot to that number this time, it is definitely paying off for me!
Thanks for following along! Also if you're interested, I have a full trip report of my solo adventures here: http://disboards.com/showthread.php?p=48890650
Wedding/Honeymoon PJ **~**Honeymoon Dining Review **~**DisBrides do Disney! - Feb 2013 **~** Flowers, Food, and Family - April 2013 **~** The trip where everything tastes amazing -April 2013 dining review **~** Having a "Me Party" - June 2013 **~** Solo Dining Review - June 2013 **~** August 2013 TR**~** An African Safari for your taste buds - Aug. 2013 dining review **~** Velkommen! Dec. 2013 **~** Dec. 2013 dining review **~** 8 days & 120,000 steps! Feb. 2014
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