Day 5 WDW: Well not really WDW but still all in the same universe of sorts, we wanted to come specifically to check out Diagon Alley since last time the park was closing and we didn’t even discover it until by accident since it’s hidden! Crazy I know but finally we made it so heres some photos of our adventure! I’m not sure if it was because of the people or weather or park in general but this time around Universal Orlando seemed down right “ghetto” to me in a way.. I don’t know why.. it seems they have lost their class.
After our fishing excursion we went back to our hotel Port Orleans and changed and showered the fish off of us. Then set sail in our trusted minivan to Animal Kingdom (which we knew would be the hardest day). Since none of us are in shape and it’s the most treacherous territory to walk and it was also super hot that day which we were hoping would be a cool day!
Anyways I love Animal Kingdom, especially since Safari Mickey is my version of Mickey.
Day 3 of our adventure begins heading over to the Magic Kingdom, and holy shit was it packed. Towards the end of the night we ended up getting the heck out of there and heading back to EPCOT, but here is my update/photos of that day since it’s technically the magical place! Also sorry for some of the image quality, had some mess ups with my new camera and a lot of the photos came out real grainy.
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Part 3 of our Food & Wine Festival posts, we will begin part 3 with America and the Hops & Barley booth, sadly nothing gluten free.
Wouldn’t all fit in one post, so bam we continue on to the World Showcase & Food & Wine Festival, first stop wine booth.
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Day 2 Blog Entry:
Today is the day my fatself is super happy because we are headed to the EPCOT Food & Wine Festival! If you don’t know what it is, it’s basically a bunch of different countries that you walk to instead of fly and try food from their culture, it’s amazeballs. They also have gluten free items at most of the countries so you glutenators can join in the fun. This will be a large blog post, if you missed Day 1 go back one blog post! Enjoy yourself.
Gluten Free Review
+gluten free noted items on menu
+40/50% of menu is gluten free!
Cafe Bossa Nova is epically awesome not to mention totally delicious and a unique experience, it’s what I love about Little Rock. You can literally pick which cuisine you want any given night, German, Brazilian, Chinese, Japanese etc, it’s not just throw together.
It’s a fully authentic experience from the cheese rolls to the yucca root app that tastes just like potatoes. You also can’t go wrong with the caipirinha drink which they have a variety of flavors. Also get some Acai juice to go, super food! Bossa rocks!
First time we had the gluten free cheese bread, yucca root, chicken with rice and beans, and also the salmon cakes. Everything was super delicious and can’t wait to go back.
Check them out here at their website: http://www.cafebossanova.com/