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    I love World Showcase at Epcot I love the entertainers the most.
    Which country holds your favourite entertainment?

    Maybe you love WS but it's the shops or eateries that you enjoy the most. I'd love to know what makes you happiest on this side of Epcot.

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    I miss the masquerade show in Italy.

    But honestly I love it all. Every show, movie, shop and eating place has something great to offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foreverducky, post: 215343
    I miss the masquerade show in Italy.
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    Unfortunately I only ever saw the tail end of it the once before it was removed

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    My new favorite has to be the hat lady in the UK pub. We've spent hours in there. I kid you not.







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    i think i like the food and drink most, and the fireworks

















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    We love the British Invasion! My DW goes completely bananas. You'd think she was back in 1965!

    There used to be a group playing in Italy that I really liked called "Nova Era". I think they're playing at Downtown Disney now. Classical music with a twist!

    But of all the shows we've ever seen at Epcot, there was one that stood head and shoulders above all the rest. Granted it was at the American Gardens theatre but I've still got to mention it. What was it? It was this:

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    Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance!

    Saw it three times there and wished I could have seen it more!

    Tom (... still gives me shivers!)

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    oh yes and there is Off Kilter.....sigh







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    I was Shocked Johnie until you corrected yourself . And I agree , my friend Rob and I hang in the UK pub everytime we are down there . I took pictures that I need to give her . She is lovely, isn't she .
    I also love Japan . Especially Teppan Edo .
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    I have never seen that hat lady. Miss Carol is the hat lady who we have discovered.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnie, post: 216432
    I have never seen that hat lady. Miss Carol is the hat lady who we have discovered.
    me neither nor off kilter or british invasion

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