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Old 04-04-2012, 02:29 PM   #316
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The water from the soda machines tastes a lot different than the water from the fountains.
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Old 04-04-2012, 02:33 PM   #317
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Yes, from what I understand the filter is in the soda machine....And you have all helped me a great deal planning our time at US/IOA!!!
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Old 04-04-2012, 04:51 PM   #318
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I like that idea, that way you can carry a couple of them, they don't take up much room and they taste good. My only problem with them is the amount of colour in them!!
I think I saw a some (Crystal Light brand, maybe?) at Walmart recently that don't have added color. When I go grocery shopping this weekend, I'll try to remember to look and see exactly what it was.
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Old 04-04-2012, 07:55 PM   #319
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The water from the soda machines tastes a lot different than the water from the fountains.
Great, that's what I was hoping!
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the water taste fine to me in Orlando but now if ya want to taste some bad water then come to where I live cause they use way too much chemicals or something
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Old 04-12-2012, 01:55 PM   #321
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Great thread!
Truly, this is the best thread!
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Hi all...I'm wondering about the dress code/attire for Emeril's at Citywalk. I want to surprise my mom during this trip. I'm assuming no shorts, tank tops.....are skirts and t shirts (dress - solid colors no sayings, etc.) or capri's and dress t shirts ok? Footwear? No sneakers? Flat or sandals, but not flip flops? Just trying to get an idea....We will be there in July.

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Hi all...I'm wondering about the dress code/attire for Emeril's at Citywalk. I want to surprise my mom during this trip. I'm assuming no shorts, tank tops.....are skirts and t shirts (dress - solid colors no sayings, etc.) or capri's and dress t shirts ok? Footwear? No sneakers? Flat or sandals, but not flip flops? Just trying to get an idea....We will be there in July.

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Dress code is just no sleeveless shirts for men. That is their only requirement.
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Anytime anyone has any additions, please feel free to let me know and I will happily add them to the original post.
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Dress code is just no sleeveless shirts for men. That is their only requirement.
Thanks! How do folks usually dress when they go though?
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Half of the people will just be wearing their park clothes and the other half are most likely convention people who are more dressed up.
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Thanks! How do folks usually dress when they go though?
i have seen an assortment of attire for lunch.
very casual attire, almost park attire of capri and tees, shorts for children, sundresses for women, skirt and tee, crocs, khakis for men and have seen some in shorts with a button down everyday type of shirt.

if you are going in the summertime, you will see some of the restaurant patrons dressing in park attire for lunch.
just the basic capri/shorts/shirt type of tops for all genders.

for the dinner hour, you can see more causal dress to a business dress.

for men, as long as the shirt has sleeves, they are good.
Emerils will let anyone in to dine as long as the man has a shirt with sleeves.




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So you wouldnt want this look, huh?
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Thank you for such a wonderful thread. the first week of oct, hubby and I will be staying at rpr for our ten year anniversary. we stayed at portofino bay for three nights last summer, but we didn't eat at any sit down restaurants. We will be arriving the day of our anniversary (prob around 3 or 4 pm). I would like to have a special dinner at universal. What do you guys think would be best? We aren't seafood eaters. I would also like to dine somewhere where we could have a glass of wine before we get seated. I was interested in trying mythos, but I am thinking we will be arriving too late.

Also s green eggs and ham only open seasonally? I just really want to get the green eggs and ham...

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