In case you missed all of last Saturday’s “shenanigans”. Here it is … all in ONE place.
We woke up with a challenge on our minds. We had never tried to tackle all four WDW parks in one day.
So, we sketched out a very loosely-defined plan and took off for the TTC. A tram ride from the Simba section and a shivering journey on a ferry later, we were in “The Kingdom”!
Here are those links …
The only thing we haven’t shared, as yet, is our “brunch” at Gaston’s Tavern. That will come soon. It was our first visit … other than a serving of LeFou’s Brew some time ago.
After we returned from “orbit”, it was time to …
… dash to Epcot. Two monorails later, we found ourselves at Food & Wine’s Festival Center.
The festival’s commemorative Vinylmation has been near-impossible to find, and we’ve searched for it multiple times. Finally, however, Mrs. All in WDW used her “eagle eyes” to snag one of the last available on a tiny little shelf near the cash register. It was a task for a friend, and we were glad to help him out!
I couldn’t pass by one last chance to enjoy the two best (as far as I’m concerned) dishes at this year’s “dinner party”. Yes, my friends, one more Lamb Meatball and one more Pork Slider found their way into my lunch plans!
Want one last look at the FINAL All in WDW 2014 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival Top 25! Here it is! Oh, and remember to listen to the WDW Main Street podcast that accompanies the post!
On our way to wash “lunch” down with a pint of Bass and Stella at the Rose & Crown Pub, we found this important piece of information …
We knew you’d need to know!
It was off to the Friendship boats and on to Disney’s Hollywood Studios … where we enjoyed some rock ‘n roll, another snack, and a little bit of dessert!
It was a quick visit to The Studios, but there was one thing I didn’t miss. You betcha. I’ll say it again … Sorcerer Mickey is iconic Disney. Don’t take away that hat!
Buses, buses, and more buses. A bus to Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge took us from Hollywood and another transitioned us to the Animal Kingdom.
As we traveled to our last park, we realized that it was time to take on the role of …
We conquered a trip through time and notched our first-ever successful “Four Park, ONE Day” quest through Walt Disney World! What better way to celebrate? A Safari Amber at Rainforest Cafe!
Folks, it was fun. It was exhausting. But, it just might have been one of the most enjoyable “Disney days” we’ve ever had! Cheers!