My Disney Top 5 – Walt Disney Resort Hotel Restaurants (more Mouse) By Chris Barry

I could also go to Artist Point and order a cold anchor steam and an order of the incredibly, delectable truffle fries and die a happy man and that’s why it’s my number one. My father-in-law is fond of saying “dining out is an adventure.” To paraphrase him; “dining out at Walt Disney World is most certainly an adventure.” To be honest, I can’t say that I’ve had a bad meal on property. I’ve had good ones and I’ve had better ones. I’ve elevated good to great and then surpassed great going so far as to enter the “best ever” category. The Disney resort hotels have quite a few choices that either flirt with or full on deliver a meal in the latter category. I know I’ve excluded many fan favorites. There will quite certainly be some vocal opposition out there from the Boma and Jiko lovers. As hard as it is to believe, I still haven’t made it to either of these favorites at Animal Kingdom Lodge. Nor have I ever seen fit to bring a jacket and tie with me to Disney and spring for Victoria and Albert’s at the Grand Floridian. (That may never happen.) Having a great restaurant in your Disney hotel makes things all the more magical.
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NFL stars works with high school football players at Walt Disney World – National Disney Travel | Examiner.com

New Orleans Saints Pro Bowl quarterback Drew Brees instructs high school quarterbacks during a passing drill at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World as part of the Drew Brees Passing Academy and 7-on-7 Tournament.

More than 300 high school athletes from across the country participated in the football camp. universal studios orlando packages ESPN Wide World of Sports Follow: Related Photo: New Orleans Saints Pro Bowl quarterback Drew Brees instructs high school quarterbacks during a passing drill at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World as part of the Drew Brees Passing Academy and 7-on-7 Tournament. Gregg Newton. Photo courtesy of Disney Sports, used with permission. New Orleans Saints Pro Bowl quarterback Drew Brees instructs high school quarterbacks during a passing drill at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World as part of the Drew Brees Passing Academy and 7-on-7 Tournament. Gregg Newton. Photo courtesy of Disney Sports, used with permission.
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