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  • We have a dining reservation for the Supercalifragilistic Breakfast at 1900 Park Fare. We will be driving there. Can we leave our car there all day and take the monorail to MK that day? Or are there restrictions on the length of time we can park? Thanks
  • - Asked by kim from New York on 2/13/2008
  • Hi Kim!
    The Supercalifragilistic breakfast at 1900 Park Fare is delicious.

    I would suggest parking at the Transportation and Ticket Center (TTC) prior to your breakfast. Parking is usually limited to 3 hours when dining at a resort. Also, the parking at the Grand Floridian is very inconvenient (except when using the Valet) as it is a long walk and across the street from the hotel.

    Park at the TTC and monorail to the Grand Floridian. Once you arrive, you will exit the monorail platform and enter on the second floor of the lobby. You will then be struck by the splendor of the Grand Floridian. For a grand entrance, continue around to your right and take the grand staircase down to the lower level.

    Prior to being seated, you will get a photo and autograph with Mary Poppins. If you have to wait, go out the nearby doors to enjoy the Mary Poppins topiary courtyard garden.

    You’ll savor the many selections at this buffet, including the omelets. Kids of all ages enjoy the Mickey waffles and kidding around with the Mad Hatter.

    After breakfast, take the monorail over to the Magic Kingdom. When you finish at the park, you can monorail back to the TTC to retrieve your vehicle.

    Have a super time!
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