In our latest episode, Doug, Dennis, and I team up to discuss Disney’s big announcement about major changes coming to Epcot. Which one of us predicts that Future World might become “Marvel World”?
I took this from the monorail. Not bad, eh?
You all saw our Raglan Road post earlier this week, yes? It spurred a discussion on just how will some of Disney Springs’ older venues compete with The Boathouses and Morimoto Asias of “The World”?
Finally, Happy Thanksgiving, friends! From All in WDW to WDW Main Street, we are all thankful for you! Listen to all of that chatter, debate, and well-wishes on …
WDW Main Street – Episode #308 – Changes Coming To Epcot and Happy Thanksgiving!
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Just a short tip, here, my friends. We found this out a little bit late to help anyone … especially ourselves!
Where can you find a traditional, and very reasonably priced, Thanksgiving dinner if you’re staying in Walt Disney World?
How about in the most obvious(?) of places – Disney’s BoardWalk’s ESPN Club?!
Yes, I said ESPN Club. Take a look!
So, note it in your files. You want turkey and stuffing? Is Magic Kingdom’s Liberty Tree Tavern “stuffed” with Guests? You want to mix some football in with your meal? Try ESPN!
Hmm. I wonder if they serve Christmas dinner as well! Anyone know?
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- Tagged Dining, Disney, Disney Dining, Disney's BoardWalk Inn and Villas, ESPN, ESPN Club, Liberty Tree Tavern, restaurant, stuffing, Thanksgiving, turkey, Walt Disney World, WDW
Good morning, my friends! On this holiday, whether you are in America and celebrate Thanksgiving or not, we extend to you our most sincere gratitude and best wishes!
To all of you, the fine people that make up “The World of All in WDW”, we wish you, your families, and your friends much health, prosperity, and happiness.
We extend you our personal thanks for your loyal support and wish you a Happy Thanksgiving Day! Now! Bring on the turkey!