Disney Dining Day 6

The Golden HorseshoeThe last day. Time to say good-bye to Disneyland, and Hello reality. Luckily I have a pretty amazing life, mostly due to my husband and kids, and a few other peeps that I love (you know who you are). And so we get up early to go to our last day at the parks. Now we go to Disneyland every couple of years, and so traditions have been made. By the last day we have already seen all the shows, riden on all the rides, so we all pick one do-over, something that we simply must experience again before we go! So we were back to Tomorrowland to experience Star Tours one last time, then off to Finding Nemo’s submarine voyage, and then A Small World (that was my pick). We then headed over to The Golden Horseshoe for lunch and a show by Billy Hill and the Hillbillies. We had fish and chips, Chili Cheese fries and ended the meal with some Ice Cream Sundaes. Yum!Ice Cream Sundaes
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Then we headed back over to The California Adventure side to catch The Aladdin show, plus of course we rode, Soarin over California and Monsters Inc again too. We knew it would be a long night because we still had a fireworks show plus a few leftover ride picks to do in the evening so we went back to the hotels for a much-needed rest. For dinner we stopped at IHOP before we went back into the parks. IHOP you say, well, for one thing I love me some diner food, scrumtious, secondly, we don’t have a IHOP where we live. Sad but true. I had pancakes that had all sorts of goodies in them, blueberries, bananas, granola, walnuts, and scrambled eggs on the side which I discovered taste great with hot sauce. Scrambled eggs with hot sauce who knew right? The kids all thought IHOP was one of the best meals we had, they are pretty easy to please and I love them for it!Breakfast for Dinner
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Disney Dining Day 5

Day 5, Our trip is almost over. Sad really, but we are also really excited to go home and see my husband who was in Africa on business (which is why he was not in Disneyland with us). We started the day out by visiting Fantasyland, the part of Disneyland made for the kid in all of us. You get to soar over London in Peter Pan’s flight, go down the rabbit hole with Alice, soar above the skies on Dumbo. It is amazing really. Then we headed over to the Monorail and took our ride to Downtown Disney where we had lunch at my very favorite restaurant in the whole wide world, The Rainforest Cafe. First off, I was really excited because finally I found a restaurant that carries Cherry Coke, Whew got to have it before we got back to Canada, crisis averted! I had the delicious Pastalaya which is basically Jambalaya but on linguine instead of rice, delicious and spicy!Pastalaya

My dad had the Combo fajita, which looked pretty tasty indeed. Mom had the Blue Mountain Chicken Sandwich, all the kids ordered kid’s meals. It was a perfect delicious lunch, and a must stop if you find yourself in Anaheim. Next, we shopped our way down downtown Disney, finishing with a stop at The World of Disney and did our big vacation shop. Then back to the hotel for a must needed rest.Combo Fajitas
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For dinner we all split up, mom stayed at the hotel for the evening, and as the little ladies really wanted to wait in line to meet both Tinkerbell and then Rapunzel, we decided the boys should just head off in search of their own fun. So off to Tomorrowland they went, while we went in search of princesses and fairies, after we had got the signatures and pictures it was time for dinner. The Rapunzel character meet conveniently exits into the Village Haus Restaurant, so the girls and I headed to the tills. We decided to share a cheese pizza and Apple Cheddar Salad. The salad was delicious absolutely filled with cheese, apples, cranberries, walnuts, with a very complimentary honey yogurt dressing.Pizza and Salad
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Then for our treat we headed back to the Jolly Holiday Bakery for some more baked goods. Yup, we are girls and that’s how we roll. This time I had the flourless chocolate cake, which was pretty much heaven in my mouth. Jordan had the Oatmeal Raisin cookie and Autumn had the Danish. Plus some hot cocoas, to warm our cold fingers. We left not a single bite, so I guess you could say that was one good treat!Selected Treats
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Disney Dining Day 4

Me and JoDay 4 we went back to California adventure. We didn’t quite finish it on day 2 so we were here to experience Monsters Inc and the Muppet show. For lunch we went to Award Wieners. The kids were all excited to have hot dogs. I had the chili dog combo, it was quite tasty, I would definitely get it again.chili cheese dog
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Both of my parents ordered the BBQ Hot Link, which they both enjoyed and said was really spicy!BBQ Hot LinkAfter we were done we headed back over to the Disneyland side of things. Later in the afternoon we went to the Tiki room and we all know you can’t go to the Tiki Room without having the amazing Dole Whip soft serve ICe Cream!Dole whip

For Dinner we went to what Erik had been waiting for the whole trip, Medieval Times. It was an amazing show. Even though our knight didn’t win, we all had a great time cheering for him. The first course was a tomato bisque soup and garlic bread, both were amazing, and as it was freezing in there (note: bring a coat!!) the soup was welcome indeed! Next came the main course, roast chicken, ribs and potato. Everything is served in the medieval way, basically no utensils so you have to use your fingers. The whole meal was piping hot and really fresh, with huge portions so don’t forget to save room for dessert which was hot and flaky apple strudel.The dinner
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Disney Dining Day 3

Eating at the French QuarterDay 3 saw us back to the Disneyland side of things. After a quick breakfast at the hotel we headed over to the parks, our first stop ToonTown. We visited with Mickey and Minnie went on the go coaster had an overall lovely morning. Then we took the train to New Orleans (one of the best parts of Disneyland if you ask me) and had lunch at the French Market Restaurant, it was a cold day so we were planning to go have soup at Harbour Galley but it was closed 🙁 I had the four cheese macaroni with shiitake mushrooms and it was fabulous, really creamy sauce, baked to perfection crumb topping, yummy vegetables on the side. It was a great meal!Four CHeese Macaroni Meal
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We decided to have our treat at the Mint Julep Bar right after lunch because we have all wanted to try Beignets and they were right there. Basically a really good , sugary donut. The family pack of six feed us perfectly as there were six of us in the party. Beignet.
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For dinner we left the parks, first we did some shopping at Target ( we don’t have these yet in Canada, but they are coming!) then off to dinner at the amazing family favorite Fuddrucker’s. ( again we don’t have these were we live so we always try to find one if we are in the States). It was amazing, I had the triple cheese burger and the wedge fried which of course I dipped in the jalapeno cheese sauce. The funnest part of Fuddrucker’s is that you get to put on your own toppings with their fixin’s bar. Yummy and fun, makes for a great meal!three cheese burger

The kids meals come with cookies and man I was kind of wishing that the adult meals came with cookies too, because they looked so good! Oh well, I didn’t have room to fit in my belly anyways!cookie selections
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