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Old 03-14-2013, 11:09 PM   #1
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Join Date: Feb 2013
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Question how busy will it be on 14th-17th april and how much money for food?

WIll be having breakfast lunch and dinner and am on a serious budget. Going with sister and its just us two soo how can we go wih the least amount of spending mney for these things for both of us? Not bothered about sit down meals really and dont mind grabbing a cheap mcdonalds breakfast from village some mornings. We have dream passes so will get 10% discount some places . how much would you take? Preferably eating in the parks for the most part and dont really mind food quality unless its appauling (please say so where haha) and we want to do walts just once but we'll see about that please help us and think how much we'd need? Not bothered about souvenirs as brought the biggest mickey there for 70 euros in november! Not bothered about where we eat or what tbh just needs to be cheap. Thanks wont need much food on 14th as we'll eat before and bring food (if allowed? Going on eurostar for the first time and don't know the customs) and arrive about 3 i'll stop rambling but we'd love your help! Need your help more like haha we're so stuck!
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Old 03-15-2013, 03:55 AM   #2
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I believe Walt's do an express menu for lunch that's €20? Also Toad Hall do a double portion of fish and chips for around €12, you could share that. As for taking food via the Eurostar, it is absolutely fine. At least it was for us last year because we took loads of food!
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Old 03-15-2013, 05:06 AM   #3
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If you eat at any of the counter service restaurants then order the children's meals. They cost around 6 euros and, unless you're a really big eater you'll get plenty for the main course plus dessert and a drink.

Earl of Sandwich in the village is really good value for sandwiches, salads etc.

Have breakfast at Inventions one morning. It's about 14 euros each for a fantastic all-you-can-eat buffet. If you go after EMH you should be able to eat enough to see you through until dinner!

Take snacks from home in case you get hungry between meals plus a water bottle each that you can refill at the fountains around the park.
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