I made a gif out of the monorail pics I took.
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.
Here we go!
Day 1 Continued: See previous post for flight in & airport grub sesh. Read below for my full report on Disney’s epic resort Port Orleans and a trip to Disney Springs, dinner at Raglan Road, and a few other adventures.
This is where the real magic starts and it all hits you, YEEEEE.
Found our resort sign, time to turn.
I found this resort online and doing my research, especially for people who are gluten-free and allergic to certain things, even though most resorts have all the specifics for allergen people. However, the gluten free beignets are what got me most interested in staying here, even though they are at the Orleans side it was a quick drive. Also before you stay here you must watch the movie “The Princess and the Frog” It’s a Disney movie that this hotel is based on, glad I watched it before we stayed here.
The sign right when your driving in.
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Who doesn’t love the Crystal Palace? I mean.. meeting Poo, Tigger? and grubbing down on of the best buffet in the world at the Magic Kingdom, check out my photos of this magical day. Some adventures surely entailed this day and I was stoked to hit up the new Fantasyland since I haven’t been before.
First let’s enter the Magic Kingdom through these magical gates.
that famous walk way after you park!
Fast lines, order, pay, wait for lady to give you your food after she reads your receipt. Good food try Greece!
If your GLUTEN-FREE or Allergy like me save this link to your device:
It tells you every booth you can visit and what you can eat. Tested & Approved.
Was surely busy and thousands of people no doubt, but the mini Epcot Food booths moved quicked and their stuff down. The plants native to the countries planted near each booth was an AWESOME Epcot touch.. I can’t wait to go back in a few years. So much good food and merchandise, I didn’t do the passport but I don’t think I missed anything by not doing it either.. it was way to hot and long lines to wait and grab one.
This was an awesome event and I’m glad Epcot stepped up to the plate.. will post photos of some of the booths and what not!
Epcot Food & Wine Festival, Drinking that wine in France
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Mexico Pavilion, Epcot, Disney World, Orlando Florida
Drunken journey through the Epcot to end up with shitty mexican food. Eh sucks being from Texas during this process.
Grand Floridian Cafe, Hotel, Orlando, Florida
Love this hotel, and the cafe was excellent with gluten-free bread and had the sauerkraut which is nomnomnomnomnomnom.
Totally forgot where I ate this but from the photo dates it seems to be Epcot somewhere. I remember it being juicy and good.
T-Rex Cafe, Orlando, Florida
Epic Epic, Awesome Awesome
Springfield Dining, Universal Studios, Orlando, Florida
Eh, hour wait, eh shit food, eh no gluten-free buns readily available, eh sucked.