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    Every morning it's a fiber plus bar. I like breakfast for dinner than actually breakfast, but I would never pass up a good waffle with butter.

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    Cracker Barrel for blueberry pancakes.

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    I love the ham and eggs at Boma but I also really really really like the omelletes at Rainforest Cafe for breakfast

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    one year arrived late to our hotel due to delays found a perkins across the road went straight without unpacking had a belgian waffel with strawberries and cream





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    The Tremendous Twelve at Perkins - 3 eggs, 2 sausage links, 2 bacon strips, hashbrowns, 4 buttermilk pancakes.











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    While at Disney though I like the Tonga Toast (french toast stuffed with bananas) at the Polynesian.










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    Bob Evan's fried mush with syrup and a side of sausage links!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyFreak, post: 226631
    The Tremendous Twelve at Perkins - 3 eggs, 2 sausage links, 2 bacon strips, hashbrowns, 4 buttermilk pancakes.

    Oh my gosh that would be impossible for me to do. Much as I would love to do that I can't. I can't even do half a pancake. One bite is my limit now.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Esmeralda, post: 226683
    Oh my gosh that would be impossible for me to do. Much as I would love to do that I can't. I can't even do half a pancake. One bite is my limit now.
    How come?

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