Reservations booked next week for WBC trying to plan meals... Need recommendations

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  1. steviegerardi

    steviegerardi Earning My Ears

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    I have booked one night for Deep blu seafood but wondering what we will do for breakfast. Only staying from thurs morn until mon morn!
    Figured we would eat at the resorts during the day. No kids just my husband and myself, he has never been before! Any recommendation on which resort to start him with? He doesn't THINK he is into tech but I think Epcot will blow him away... We got a 4 day hopper pass... I really didn't know where to start! Any advice is appreciated!

    Thanks,
    Stevie
     
  2. steviegerardi

    steviegerardi Earning My Ears

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    WBC =. Wyndham bonnet creek
     
  3. blessedby3

    blessedby3 Actually Blessedby4 now, but cant change my userna

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    I always check out www.easywdw.com for crowd/park predictions and plan my week around that. I want the lowest crowds possible:)
    As far as breakfast, we are not big breakfast eaters so we just get cereal or granola bars and eat them in the room before heading out to the parks. Make a stop by Walmart or Publix and get some fruit and breakfast items to have there. Makes it easier to get to the parks at rope drop:thumbsup2
    If you dont have a car then you can have gardengrocer.com or wegoshop.com deliver groceries to you:thumbsup2
     
  4. mikehn

    mikehn DIS Veteran

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    If you plan to go to the Magic Kingdom, I would probably go there on Thursday. Because that park will probably get progressively more crowded as the weekend approaches. But as already posted above, check the crowd calendar and plan accordingly.
     

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