What one item must you have at Epcot each trip?

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  1. Art 1

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    Orange Chicken from China.
     
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  3. Monorail Lime

    Monorail Lime Earning My Ears

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    food: Leek Soup at Biergarten

    drink: Beverly (no EPCOT experience is complete without it!)

    dessert: Green tea pudding at Tokyo Dining
     
  4. northcoast_momma

    northcoast_momma You can never have too much magic!!

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    OMG - I was soooo thinking the same thing. Last trip to Epcot - we ate. This next trip - we DRINK! I'll have to still eat just so I stay sober!!:rotfl2:
     
  5. katmittens

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    Grey Goose Slush from France, English Rose drink from Rose and Crown and a Margarita from anywhere.
     
  6. LENNON500

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    A pretzel in Germany :goodvibes
     
  7. Tink561

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    Grey Goose Slush AND Grand Mariner Slush:thumbsup2
     
  8. disneyrunningmom

    disneyrunningmom Earning My Ears

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    Is it me, or don't the Dole Whip's taste better at Poly than at MK??? (sorry, I know this is an Epcot thread!)
     
  9. disneyrunningmom

    disneyrunningmom Earning My Ears

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    Morocco anything.....Mmmmmm
     
  10. Micky's biggest fan!

    Micky's biggest fan! Mickey's Biggest fan

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    So when my DH and I honeymooned in Disney almost 14 years ago:love:
    We ate at San Angels and had a fabulous appetizer. DH loved it soo much, every time we have gone back he has gone there to see if they had brought it back. ( it was gone the very next year :guilty:)
    It was some cheese/sausage/soft tortilias....sigh

    Anyhow, that would be his one item, as for me I can't possibly pick just one!
     
  11. mmmagic7754

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    France-grand marnier orange slush
    Germany-lossburg lemonade (my new fav alcohol drink)
    Mexico-any margarita
    Norway-school bread
     
  12. disneybound31

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    Can someone describe a napoleon for me?
     
  13. MinnieLovesMickey

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    Every trip I have to have something from the bakery in France (it doesn't matter what I have, there isn't a bad item on the menu :goodvibes). My husband and I just discovered the school bread in Norway on our last trip, so one more thing we're going to eat each trip.
     
  14. Mrs. Bradbury

    Mrs. Bradbury It will ALWAYS be the PeopleMover!

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    Just the kids and I (I have older kids as you can see from my sig) went for the weekend for my 45th birthday a couple of years ago and they seemed to think it was a great idea to encourage their mother to stay tipsy the entire afternoon. :laughing: It doesn't take much for me, but I had the champagne & maybe pomegranate? cocktail in France, wine in Italy, a margarita in Mexico . . . after that I don't remember :rotfl: . . . j/k; it was fun.

    And if your question hasn't already been answered, yes, most of the things mentioned are counter service.

    My must-have is something from the bakery in France. Yum!
     
  15. msjprincess

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    It's hard to choose

    Grey Goose Citron Slushie
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    Fiesta Margarita
    or
    Creme Brulee from Boulangerie Patisserie
     
  16. hroyale

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    Grey Goose Citron Slushie.

    And a 'rita from the new tequilla ditch. That was yummy.
     
  17. roliepolieoliefan

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    Me too! :love:
     
  18. sdemore

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    Margarita from Mexico

    calamari from Italy

    Margarita from Mexico

    Cheddar Cheese soup-LeCellier

    Did I mention a Margarita from Mexico?:love:
     
  19. MickeyMomOfThree

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    For me a Kaki Gori (or 2!)
     
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    Grey Goose Slushie!
     
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    Churro Churro Churro :cheer2:
     

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