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Thread: Gwen's Trip April '10

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    Mom decided she would like to go to Epcot when she and dad come down since the weather was so crummy when they were here in January.

    I booked a room at All-Star Music. I've only stayed there once and barely got to see the resort. I got the room for $68.50. Pretty good deal, right? It's nice being a Passholder.

    I FINALLY got a reservation at Le Cellier. I've been wanting to eat there for SO LONG! I can't believe they actually had a noon slot open. I'm super-stoked to eat there and I hope we have the best lunch EVER!

    I promise to do a trip report and will probably send some MOTM pics when we're at the park!
    Gwen

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    Sorry, the room was $68.25 and then $77.13 after taxes. Still a great deal!
    Gwen

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    Quote Originally Posted by gwennie81, post: 194777
    I promise to do a trip report and will probably send some MOTM pics when we're at the park!
    ooo yes please !!!

    That's a great rate in anyones book and with a le cellier meal as well you can't go far wrong

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    Woohoo!! That *is* a great deal! Well done!

    Can't wait to hear what you think of Le Cellier!




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    We've not dined at Le Cellier in ages. It will be interesting to read your review. I always enjoy your commentary on the food items you've tried at any given vist.

    That is a great rate for a hotel room on Disney property! Enjoy!
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    So now...a couple of my friends want to go to Magic Kingdom on Saturday! So, now it's kind of a 2-day trip. I don't know how I'm going to survive! I hope K & D don't want to stay super-long on Sat. but I'm sure they'll want to see the fireworks. They volunteered and got free passes and they're burning a hole in their pockets. Plus, they wanted to go before it gets too hot down here (I agree).
    Gwen

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    Can't wait to hear about the restaurant. I have yet to eat there, but have wanted to badly. I don't care if it's a 100 outside, I would love to try the soup.

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    The only time I've ever tried a steak while in Florida has been at Le Cellier....this is now what I have each visit to the restaurant.

    The soup I found delicious too

    Oh, and the breadsticks are very tasty too!

    I'm hungry!!

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    brilliant!!! please please send some MOTM photos

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    I have to say, #1, I tried the soup at the Food & Wine Fest last fall and really wasn't all that impressed. Maybe because it was just a little cup and not specially dished out but...Campbell's cheese soup out of the can with a shake of tabasco is what it tasted like to me.

    HOWEVER! The chicken sausage w/ polenta and the maple glazed salmon with lentils were TO DIE FOR!

    PS> You want good steak in FL, cooked to order CORRECTLY?...Come on over to the Port Orange Steakhouse. Best steak I've had outside of Kansas, the beef state!
    Gwen

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