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Thread: campfire evening at The Grand Floridian

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    Sounds really great has anyone tried it?

    ""The Grand Floridian Resort has begun campfires for guests on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 p.m. on the beach. Cast members lead guests in singing and dancing, and at 9 p.m. you can watch the Electrical Water Pageant. You can purchase marshmallow or s'more kits at the site. (the campfire pit is a Mickey Mouse shape). What a great experience, and a little magic outside the theme parks!""

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    Purchase the kits? At Vero Beach the making of s'mores is part of the activity. No extra charge. :sigh;






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    Im tempted ! I know its perhaps a bit off to have to purchase the kits but its something I've never done
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    Just for GF guests or for mortals also?

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    You have to purchase the smores kits at the campfire thingie at Ft Wilderness as well.












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    Do you? Huh. Guess Vero Beach is quite a deal then!






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    I love the sound of that! :p015:






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    "Kits"

    Sounds fun, I'd do it.




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    Wonder if you can bring your own - I reckon a pack of marshmallows and stick from Walmart would be cheaper.

    Gareth and I were going to do the Fort Wilderness one on our first trip (we bought the marshmallows and everything) but it bucketed with rain the day we had planned to do it which was our 2nd last night, so we never got there. :mad:
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    Does Walmart sell sticks? :wink: (and don't forget the chocolate!!)




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