Walt Disney World Character Meals and Fun Restaurants: Where to Find Them, How to Book Them, and What to Expect [NOOK Book]

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You want to meet Mickey Mouse and the other Disney characters, but you don't wait to wait in line. Why not book a character meal at the Walt Disney World Resort? You can dine with Mickey and his friends, Winnie the Pooh and his buddies from the Hundred Acre Wood, or popular Disney Princesses like Cinderella, Belle, and Aurora at restaurants in the theme parks and at the Disney hotels.

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Walt Disney World Character Meals and Fun Restaurants: Where to Find Them, How to Book Them, and What to Expect

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You want to meet Mickey Mouse and the other Disney characters, but you don't wait to wait in line. Why not book a character meal at the Walt Disney World Resort? You can dine with Mickey and his friends, Winnie the Pooh and his buddies from the Hundred Acre Wood, or popular Disney Princesses like Cinderella, Belle, and Aurora at restaurants in the theme parks and at the Disney hotels.

"Walt Disney World Character Meals and Fun Restaurants: Where to Find Them, How to Book Them, and What to Expect" is packed with information on every character meal throughout Disney World, including personal tips and hints from the author. Learn where to find them, how to book them, and how to choose the best character meal experience for your family.

You'll learn which characters appear at which meals, typical menu items, price ranges, and the overall atmosphere at each restaurant. This ebook tells you which places are best for fidgety youngsters, which ones have more upscale food options, and even where you can get alcoholic beverages if you're on the Disney Dining Plan.

This ebook doesn't stop at character dining. It discusses other fun restaurants and dinner shows at the theme parks, hotels, and Downtown Disney. Learn where to dine with Wild West townsfolk or how to step back in time to the 1950s to eat.

You'll also learn about the Disney Dining Plan, a great way to save money on your vacation and keep yourself on budget, and the Tables in Wonderland discount card.

"Walt Disney World Character Meals and Fun Restaurants: Where to Find Them, How to Book Them, and What to Expect" is part of the Building Blocks for a Great Disney Vacation series, but it doesn't limit itself to just Disney. Learn about character meals at other theme parks, like Universal Orlando Resort/Islands of Adventure, where you can dine with the Cat in the Hat and other Dr. Seuss friends, and other hotels, like the Gaylord Palms, where Shrek, Fiona, and other Dreamworks characters visit at breakfast.

This book is best for first-time visitors to Walt Disney World, but it also has helpful hints for people who have vacationed in Florida and visited the Disney resort before but who don't have much experience with all the dining options. It's great for families traveling with children, and it's also a valuable resource for adults visiting without kids who still want to have some character fun.

The author, Barb Nefer, is the Orlando Theme Parks Examiner for Examiner.com, and she writes about the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disney's Animal Kingdom, Universal Studios Florida, Islands of Adventure, SeaWorld Orlando, Busch Gardens, and Legoland Florida for other online and print publications.

Barb writes from practical experience. She lives literally next door to Walt Disney World and has dined at the restaurants there for over two decades. She can give you hints, tips, and secrets based directly on her own experience. Her other books include:
Building Blocks for a Great Disney Vacation Series:
15 Tips for Saving Money on Your Disney Cruise Line Vacation
25 Tips for Visiting Disney World With Babies, Toddlers, and Young Kids
10 Disney Cruise Line Tips for Adults & 7 Ways to Tell if Disney Ships Are Right For You
10 Money-Saving Tips for Your Walt Disney World Vacation

Theme Park in Your Pocket Series:
Complete eBook Guide to Legoland Florida
Complete eBook Guide to SeaWorld Orlando

How to See Walt Disney World Like a Local
Legoland for Adults: 12 Tips to Enjoy Your Trip
Five Steps to Your Own Internet Travel Agency
Mickey Mouse is My Neighbor: Living Next Door to Disney World in Celebration Florida
Fact or Fiction? 20 Urban Legends, Ghost Stories, Rumors & Secrets of Walt Disney World
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