This is part of a series on our days at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. I recap each day, the park we visited, where and what we ate and drank, the very best parts of each, and what we'd do differently or skip altogether for next time.
Here's What's Been Covered:
The overview of this trip to Orlando
A Decoding Disney Guide that helps you understand the many terms and features
Day 1: a little warm up at the Magic Kingdom, at night, just for a few hours, and just for the girls
Day 2: a full day at Universal Studios, which was the highlight of the trip for the guys - my husband and his brother
Day 3: a full day at the Magic Kingdom, the best day for me, my sister-in-law, and my niece!
Day 4, it's Epcot and the Best Food!
Day 5 is Hollywood Studios and the new Toy Story Land
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Magic Kingdom is my all-time favorite park but Epcot is a close second! Epcot stands for the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow and the park is marked by the HUGE silver ball, called Spaceship Earth. The vibe is futuristic and innovative, Epcot is filled with connection, nature, and technology. It's a park for the dreamers and the thinkers, the nature lovers and the foodies.
You're able to visit different countries around the "world" in the World Showcase. Each country is filled with restaurants, stores, food, drinks, and Cast Members (Disney employees) from the host country, creating a pretty-close-to-authentic experience.
Our 4th day in the parks was a full day at Epcot. We really made our way around the park throughout the day. While we ate very well everyday, our day in Epcot included two stellar meals in the park. Everything we ate was amazing!
Hello, I'm Angela.
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