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  • On Sep 8, 2011
    Amanda from NC Asked

    My husband is coming home from a long deployment and we will be in Disneyworld Nov 13-20. Any ideas on places to go, eat, shop, and such. I want it to be a wonderful trip where we can reconnect. Thank you for your help!

    Hi Amanda: 

    Great idea to plan a special vacation to celebrate this reconnection.  I would make a special date night at a signature restaurant.  I highly recommend California Grill atop the Contemporary Resort. California Grill features delicious California Fusion cooking and spectacular views of the Magic Kingdom and the Wishes fireworks show. I would also recommend Le Cellier, a tasty steakhouse at Epcot's Canada Pavilion and Jiko at Animal Kingdom Lodge, which serves dishes influenced by African, Indian, and Mediterranean cuisine.  I would also tour the countries of World Showcase in Epcot and try your favorite or new adult drinks or foods from one of the quick serve kiosks at the pavillions.

    I would also make sure you hit the shopping, entertainment, and restaurants at Downtown Disney.   While there, you can take a balloon ride with Characters in Flight in Downtown Disney (a very romantic experience with a breathtaking 360 degree view of Disney World property and beyond.)

    To make this vacation special, you can arrange a specialty cruise to enjoy the fireworks, or enjoy a stroll on the Boardwalk and stop by ESPN Club or Jellyrolls

    Enjoy your vacation.

     
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Meet the Panelist: Jonas, New York

I am a family man and huge Disney fan raising two awesome and rambunctious boys.  As Disney Vacation Club members, we travel to Walt Disney World often. Learn More About Jonas

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