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Old 06-01-2012, 07:58 PM   #31
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As I was scrolling, I had to stop and look at your bracelet...even though it's not the focal point, so a bit blurry. I love the colors. Those are my faves! I need more color on mine. The only murano glass one I have is the Mickey so it's blue.
The angle here is bad but the middle stone on her bracelet is a Chamilia with clear stones and a black Mickey Mouse Head...very cute!!

This is what it looks like:
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Old 06-02-2012, 04:13 PM   #32
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The angle here is bad but the middle stone on her bracelet is a Chamilia with clear stones and a black Mickey Mouse Head...very cute!!

This is what it looks like:
I think I've seen that one too. I think my husband wants to get me the pink Minnie that matches my Mickey next.
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Old 06-12-2012, 12:54 PM   #33
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Next we went to dinner at Fultons. With this being newly added to the DDP, it was the first time we've been there. On the DDP is is a signature and two credits.

You can find the complete menu here:

http://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/dinin...staurant.ID=82



We were seated in a back room, very nice and by the windows.

First came bread:



My DD had:
Chef Frank's Seafood Boil - Snow crab, clams, mussels and 11/4 lb. Maine lobster boiled in seafood stock with fresh corn on the cob. - $49.95



DS had:
Narragansett, Rhode Island Lobster - One pound and a quarter lobster, shrimp, scallop, spinach and mushroom stuffing, toasted breadcrumbs $48



and the rest of us had:

Alaska Snow Crab & Maine Lobster - 10 ounce steamed snow crab, one pound and a quarter Maine lobster $51



Very good seafood. Nothing out of the ordinalry for a seafood restaruant though.

For dessert we had:

Chocolate Creme Brulee



Berry Cobbler:



Key Lime Pie:



and a Hot Cookie Skillet:



Dessert prices were $7-9 in most cases and were great!!!!

Fulton was a great place to try the food was very good. For our family, we would probably have rather had done two regular restaurants rather than Fultons. Again the food was yummy but noting extra special.

Our bill came to $287.95, bringing our daily total to $367.00, including a signature dinner.
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Old 06-12-2012, 02:28 PM   #34
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I am not a fan of seafood at all but the desserts at Fultons look great
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great reviews.
I love seafood and have tried Fultons a few times, usually we're let down by the service.

cant wait to read more.
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Old 06-12-2012, 02:55 PM   #36
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Enjoying your reviews! Cookes of Dublin looked tasty and the desserts at Fultons look amazing!.
We are trying Fultons for the first time in August and Ive read a few bad reviews recently so wasnt sure if we would enjoy it or not but those dessert look worth a visit!
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Old 06-12-2012, 03:00 PM   #37
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Enjoying your reviews! Cookes of Dublin looked tasty and the desserts at Fultons look amazing!.
We are trying Fultons for the first time in August and Ive read a few bad reviews recently so wasnt sure if we would enjoy it or not but those dessert look worth a visit!
By all means it was not bad, just for us, not sure if it as worth 2 credits. We could have been very happy doing Le Cellier for lunch and WCC for breakfast (for my boys!!!) and been very happy It was good, just not a "Must do"
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Old 06-23-2012, 11:47 AM   #38
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My DD had:
Chef Frank's Seafood Boil - Snow crab, clams, mussels and 11/4 lb. Maine lobster boiled in seafood stock with fresh corn on the cob. - $49.95




Our bill came to $287.95, bringing our daily total to $367.00, including a signature dinner.
Hello, DD here. Just wanted to say that the disboard menu doesn't list all the dishes at some restaurants and that this is Chef Frank's Seafood Boil, but it is the Prince Edward Island Mussels - Braised with Calina Chardonnay, pancetta, tomato, basil, linguini $27. Not as fancy or expensive, but it was still really good

So that means the bill for our lovely dinner is $265 and the total for the day was $344.05.

The allears.net menu was updated in April, so right after we left and has the correct menu on it: http://allears.net/menu/menu_fch.htm

For anyone reading this, thanks for following Moms trip report
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Thanks for the Fultons review, I don't see very many

By the way your photos are excellent
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Thanks for the Fultons review. Great photos! The desserts look wonderful but the skillet cookie/ice cream one really speaks to me!

The lovely bracelet caught my eye too!
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Thanks for the Fultons review, I don't see very many

By the way your photos are excellent
Thanks! Fultons is a nice place, just not sure it is worth 2 credits for us. It was yummy though!!

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Thanks for the Fultons review. Great photos! The desserts look wonderful but the skillet cookie/ice cream one really speaks to me!

The lovely bracelet caught my eye too!
Thanks! The skillet was yummy!!! So good and they warmed the skillet too so the cookie was hot!

DD loves her Disney bracelet. Wore it everyday!!
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Thanks for the Fultons review. Great photos! The desserts look wonderful but the skillet cookie/ice cream one really speaks to me!

The lovely bracelet caught my eye too!
Every time I see your signature photo, I think the blonde looks like the Jordan girl from Big Brother and the Amazing Race...
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Old 07-04-2012, 07:35 PM   #43
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You had me at the White Elephant....

You certainly seem to be making the most of the dining plan, I think that's awesome! I think people who are dead set against it forget how much even simple things like snacks, drinks, and counter service add up.
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Old 07-06-2012, 09:11 AM   #44
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Day two we headed to Hollywood studios. Up first was:



You can find the info here:

http://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/dinin...taurant.ID=141

This was a counter service lunch for us. We arrived right before the lunch crowd hit. We had:



1/3 lb. Angus Onion Straw Cheeseburger - topped with cheddar, vine-ripened tomato, sliced pickle, lettuce and house spread, served with French fries or carrot sticks $9.79; without the fries/carrot sticks $8.79

Looks like this item may have been taken off the menu recently.



Turkey Club - . - $9.99



Chicken Breast Nuggets (8 pieces) - served with French fries or carrot sticks $8.19

This may have also been removed from the menu.

Dessert was in the above photo...a chocolate moose~$3.59

Lunch was good a typical counter service. The fries were slightly soggy but that was our biggest problem. Everything as great besides that. Very clean and nice atmosphere.

With drinks our total was $74.85
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As I was scrolling, I had to stop and look at your bracelet...even though it's not the focal point, so a bit blurry. I love the colors. Those are my faves! I need more color on mine. The only murano glass one I have is the Mickey so it's blue.
I have to agree, it's gorgeous!! Where do you get them?
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