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Old 01-22-2014, 03:25 AM   #16
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Thanks All
Do I understand correctly that YC and Beach Club are a bit closer to the International Gateway than the Boardwalk? I will be with my parents and my father already said he can't wait to visit Morocco, so maybe we will eat at Tangerine (or whatever it's called) and my mother is a huge ice cream fan - France, here we come!
Thanks again, I knew I would get help here
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Since you are coming from the MK, take the bus from the MK to the YC/BC and get off at the BC stop. Enter the resort, turn left, walk through the resort's main lobby, past the Marketplace (gift shop/CS venue), past the Sandcastle Club, turn right and down the hall to the exit, go around the quiet pool and laundry, out to the walkway, turn left and follow the path to the IG. This is ideal if you are there on a hot or humid day and want to take advantage of the AC. The simpler route is to enter the resort, go straight through and out the doors towards Crescent Lake, turn left on the pathway and follow it to the IG.

Here's a link to the YC/BC map:
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We really enjoy eating at Boulangerie Patisserie which serves lovely sweet and savoury food and definitely nice latté.
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We really enjoy eating at Boulangerie Patisserie which serves lovely sweet and savoury food and definitely nice latté.
I agree. We have lunch there at least once every trip!
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We really enjoy eating at Boulangerie Patisserie which serves lovely sweet and savoury food and definitely nice latté.
Just in case anyone goes looking for it, the Boulangerie Patisserie has changed its name and moved locations. Now it is Les Halles Boulangerie and Patisserie and is located inside the building at the exit to the Impressions de France movie. The original Boulangerie location is now the ice cream and sorbet shop, L'Artisan de Glaces.
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Hi friends, thought I'd give you the update after my trip!
First of all, we had an amazing three days, despite cold and wet weather! The transfer from MK to Epcot went very smoothly. We took the bus from MK to the Beach Club Resort, walked straight through and out to the Boardwalk, turned left and soon found the entrance to Epcot via the International Gateway. Maybe total of 10 minutes from bus to entrance. We had lunch in Morroco at the Tangierine Cafe - counter service. It was cold and rainy so we sat inside, had a nice cozy table at the back of the restaurant. Got sauteed chicken wrapped in a big "laffa" pita bread with salad and cucumber yogurt sauce. It was good!
Then we went to France ( Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie) for coffee, followed by Norway for dessert (school bread!).
We had a great afternoon at the World Showcase - thank you for your helpful hints!
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I would eat at one of the International QS in World Showcase. We like the Fish& Chips in the UK, the bakery in France, Katsura Grille in Japan, Sommerfest in Germany and La Cantina in Mexico. All are better than the options on the Boardwalk in our opinion.
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Hi friends, thought I'd give you the update after my trip!
First of all, we had an amazing three days, despite cold and wet weather! The transfer from MK to Epcot went very smoothly. We took the bus from MK to the Beach Club Resort, walked straight through and out to the Boardwalk, turned left and soon found the entrance to Epcot via the International Gateway. Maybe total of 10 minutes from bus to entrance. We had lunch in Morroco at the Tangierine Cafe - counter service. It was cold and rainy so we sat inside, had a nice cozy table at the back of the restaurant. Got sauteed chicken wrapped in a big "laffa" pita bread with salad and cucumber yogurt sauce. It was good!
Then we went to France ( Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie) for coffee, followed by Norway for dessert (school bread!).
We had a great afternoon at the World Showcase - thank you for your helpful hints!
Glad to hear that it went well! Sounds like you had a delicious afternoon
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