I feel like the person serving up the bowls can really determine how much sauce you get. I kind of forgot about these, I wonder if they are still there. Might need to get them in August.I would say these were just ok. I would probably get them again if I was in the mood, but they certainly weren’t amazing. I thought the toppings were good on both, but they were lacking in the amount of toppings. For instance on the Mexican tots they had queso over the top, but it was only enough to get on about half of the tater tots. If I’m getting queso I want it on all of them! Haha
Def doesn't look like enough queso on that bowl.
Seriously amazes me how fun bubbles are!!!Of course the bubble machines were still a hit:
Thanks! It was a fun year!Welcome back! I hope your football season went well!
Well, this may have been our last dessert party. They are quickly pricing us out of it for sure! We are seriously considering just doing the Villains After Hours for next summer. We can do it for $115 which is only $25 more than the new dessert party price and it includes three hours of extra park time with short waits for rides. It doesn't include a full dessert party buffet, but it includes soda, popcorn, and Mickey Bars and stuff like that. So I think we can manage! I just feel it is a better value for the price than the dessert party now.Thank you for your full review of the dessert party! I'm a dessert party veteran myself (I've been to three) and I'm anxious to see how the new party setup will work so I really appreciate your review. I got an ADR for the early dessert party with the garden viewing for our upcoming trip - I'm not sure my one-year-old would do as well with the post-show dessert party as your kids did! I'm really impressed that they hung in there and you even enjoyed a ride afterward! It sounds like a great evening.
We love that place!!We planned a lazy day after our dessert party, too! We currently have a breakfast ADR planned at Kona Café, but WCC would be excellent, too. I loved my breakfast there back in 2016. I'm glad your wife got her own biscuits and gravy and your kids enjoyed the experience!
I know! I mean Flight of Passage is great, if I didn't have kids with me I'd consider a 45 minute wait or so for it. Now, Na'vi River Journey...don't get me wrong it's a cool ride with some cool visuals, but I wouldn't wait more than 10 minutes for it I don't think.The lines for the Pandora rides are nuts! I can't imagine waiting that long for a ride.
Totally agree. I am fine showing up five minutes before show time and getting a seat in the theatre anywhere. If by some chance it's at capacity it's not a big deal, we'll come back later.I'm with you on The Lion King - I enjoy the show, but I don't wait long in line.
Yes, the quick service. We've been to the sit down restaurant once, early in our Disney life, and didn't love it. Probably need to try it again.Was your dinner from the Yak and Yeti QS? I love the restaurant, but have never tried the QS.
It was kind of neat to see something "behind the scenes".How fun about the Dinosaur Dance Party! I understand why your son got a little nervous, but what an awesome experience!
I definitely feel that park empties out later in the day. Even the standby lines at Everest & Dinosaur, which we had a FP for, were only 20-30 minutes as I recall. Dinosaur was probably even shorter.It sounds like you had a great time at Animal Kingdom! Based on your pictures on the way in, more people seem to be streaming out than coming in. Hopefully that made for shorter lines for you!
It is frustrating, but sometimes it happens. The boys got to ride the rides they wanted. DS6 could care less about Frozen and DS2 was of course not doing Test Track...so all was good!!It's so frustrating when rides are down first thing in the morning! Even though EMH wasn't as productive as you'd hoped, I'm glad both kids were able to ride something they were excited about. Multiple rides on FEA are certainly not possible later in the day!