Chip and Company have put together an overviewing of the various dining plans offered to Walt Disney guests who are staying at a resort on sight. Participating in a Disney Dining Plan is one of the things that makes a Walt Disney World vacation so relaxing for The Mature Mouse. I appreciate an all inclusive vacation so that I can enjoy the Disney experience without worrying about extra costs. I have purchased the Disney Dining Plan for our last visit, which afforded us 1 table-service meal a day. As I stated in a previous posts, for a few of these meals we chose fine-dining Disney resturants. For my next trip I am looking at the Quick Service Plan.
Do you use a meal plan when staying on sight? If so, which plan have you used? Do you think the dining plans are worth the cost, or do you pay out of pocket for your daily meals?
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“In 1994, the first of the Walt Disney World Value Resorts opened.” Dad’s Guide to WDW recently posted an overview of the Value resorts at Walt Disney World. As I have mentioned in this blog, my favorite resort is Disney’s Beach Club for many reasons. You can read about our resort choice back in Chapter 2: The right Disney Resort, for us. However, my budget will not always afford me the opportunity to stay at a deluxe resort. I am looking at Disney’s Pop Century Resort for my next trip. This value resort offers dedicated busses to the parks, and some great theming based on the pop culture of the 1950’s, ’60’s, ’70’s, ’80’s, and ’90’s.
Have you stayed at a value resort? If so, which one and how was your experience? If you have not stayed at a value resort, why not? IS it because these resorts are themed more for families with children, or because you really enjoy the comfort of the moderate and/or deluxe resorts at Walt Disney World.
Click on the image of Disney’s Pop Century to visit the full article by Dad’s Guide to WDW.
Disney Questions recently posted their top 10 signature restaurants at Walt Disney World. As I have stated in my past posts, The Mature Mouse appreciates fine dining experiences away from families on vacation. Someday, when I finally have the opportunity to introduce my grandchildren to Disney, I’ll look for those family-friendly dining experiences.
Top 10 Resturants for Adult Dining
Here is a great overview of the snack options at the various country pavilions around World Showcase. Where else could you find such a variety of cultural foods all in one place but at Epcot in Walt Disney World?
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Are your family and friends still questioning your love of Walt Disney World? Do they still think that Disney World is just for kids? Well, here is 100 proof evidence of just the adult side of Disney Parks. Disney Food Blog has posted their top 10 Disney World bars and lounges. Cheers!
As an extension of Chapter 7, which recounted my fine-dining experience at the California Grill, I have been reposting related information from various sources. This post from disneyquestions.com offers information regarding their top 10 restaurants at Walt Disney World designed more for adult guests. Although I enjoy the various family oriented, Disney themed restaurants, The Mature Mouse appreciates the occasional fine-dining experiences.
Disney Questions: Top 10 Places to Dine Without Kids at Walt Disney World
Disney Fanatic gives you an overview of the “8 remarkably themed restaurants” at Walt Disney World.