It was almost 5 p.m. and I was hungry for dinner. There really is nothing that I can eat at Magic Kingdom, so I hopped over to the Polynesian Village Resort for dinner. I was hoping that I would be able to get a spot at Kona Cafe, since I was by myself, but they were not taking walk-ups. Luckily, if you could find a seat at Kona Island (the coffee bar right next to Kona Cafe), you could order off of the same menu. The seating is bar-style seating (so no tables), but that worked for me.
Have you ever been to Walt Disney World during the Christmas season? The parks and resorts are bursting with Christmas cheer. Disney starts decorating on November 1st each year. It has always amazed me to see pumpkins outside the Magic Kingdom Train Station and in Town Square on October 31st and then be greeted on November 1st by poinsettias and nutcrakers. The Magic Kingdom is fully decorated by mid November, just in time for the start of Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party events. All the parks and resorts are Christmas card ready by November 20th.
*This dining experience took place in July 2014* Nathan and I wanted to try something new this vacation, so we chose to attend the Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show at the Polynesian Resort. We got our tables in category 1, so we were...
*This dining experience took place in March 2013* This is a gluten-free, vegan stir-fry from Captain Cooks at the Polynesian Resort. It is a quick-service and they are pretty good with allergies. There is also a Dole Whip machine here!
Disney World!!! Yay!! We went around looking at some holiday decorations at some of the Disney Resorts. Everything was very festive. Here is me and Nathan at Shades of Green: Shades of Green also had a festive wreath display where each department of the hotel decorated a wreath and...
*This dining experience took place in August 2012* We went swimming at the Polynesian Resort one day and stopped for lunch at Captain Cooks. The chef made me a lovely rice noodle stir fry. It had rice noodles and some vegetables.