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Saturday, September 8, 2012

Planning Post - October ADRs

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Tropical Goodies at Ohana
Now that my trip in October is all but paid for (I still have some incidentals to take care of) I'm really starting to get excited about the planning.  This past week I took a look at the park hours and our ADRs in an attempt to bring it all together for a fantastic vacation!

Our trip is for four nights, and we're got the regular Disney Dining Plan (FREE!) so we'll have enough credits to eat at 4 Table Service and 4 Counter Service Restaurants. There are a couple other places that we're tossing in for the experience.

Here's a quick look at where we'll be eating!
  • Ohana -I ate here with the girls back in February for the first time and loved it!  I can't wait to take Erik there, I think he'll love it too.
  • Top of the World - My favorite WDW Lounge, we'll be stopping by on our first night for a nosh, cocktails, and Hallowishes!  This will also be Erik's first trip to Top of the World, and thanks to the new expanded policy for DVC members we won't have to sneak in!
  • Pecos Bills Lunch - A hearty quick serve classic. I love the BBQ here and can't wait to go back.
  • Liberty Tree Tavern Dinner- I haven't eaten here since the early 80's so I'm excited to have a "new dining experience in the Magic Kingdom. 
  • Kona Island Sushi - I'm on a quest to try more and more sushi at WDW.  We'll see how many places that I actually hit. There are 4 on my list.
  • Akershus Princess Breakfast - I'm so excited about this Princess Breakfast!  I'm totally borrowing one of Tori's tiaras to wear.
  • Food & Wine Festival Booths - My strategy is to hit the booths with the shortest lines.  I figure that will truly make this an adventure.
  • Kouzinna Breakfast - There's not a lot on the menu here that sounds like I'll eat it, but Baklava French Toast has my interest peaked! 
  • Rose & Crown Pub - I switched out our Tutto Italia reservation to the pub in an attempt to eat something different than I normally do.  I was last here in 2009 and the menu has changed quite a bit since than so we'll see how it goes.  I'm most looking forward to cocktails.  
So there you have all of our dining choices.  I may toss in a few spur of the moment picks while we're down there.  I know I'm going to have to try out the cocktails at the Big Blue Pool.  Have you eaten breakfast at Kouzinna? What did you think about it?  Leave a comment below and let me know what you think of my picks!

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