Disney Parks Vs. Hong Kong

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The very name “Disney” immediately evokes thoughts of parents and their children happily bustling around one of many theme or water parks in the United States, Tokyo, Paris or Hong Kong. Meeting characters, taking rides and watching spectacular live performances of kid-centric shows are all part of the fun. But while Disney is certainly enjoyable for the young, it’s also enjoyable for the young at heart, which includes practically everyone. Couples in particular enjoy the Disney experience and will find babysitters for their kids – if they have any – so they can walk, talk, play, and dine in the “happiest place on earth” all by themselves. The Disney Parks have plenty of food options for kids, who typically prefer hot dogs to haute…show more content…
Disney World - Orlando, Florida: Around the World Foodie Tour 1. Epcot®: Dine Around the Disney World (Showcase) Epcot features a “World Showcase” of eleven countries – Mexico, Norway, China, Germany, Japan and so on. As you walk from country to country, you will be greeted by cast members in appropriate regional clothing who will be happy to chat with you and answer any questions you may have. One of the popular pastimes for “foodie” visitors is to travel “around the world,” sampling cuisines from each destination. The key is to try appetizers at each sidewalk vendor or walk-in café using their “quick”, counter service, to ensure that you’ll have enough appetite to complete your foodie tour. Check out the Lotus Blossom Café for Chinese food, for example; Sommerfest for German; and the Tangierine Café (Tangierine is a take-off on Tangiers!) for Moroccan and Mediterranean food. Then it’s off to Japan and a stop perhaps at the Kabuki Café; at Gelati for some Italian ice cream; and at Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie for some French pastries. Top it all off by stopping at the UK Beer Cart for a beer. 2. THE BOATHOUSE®, The Landing at Disney Springs If you love classic cars, you’ll love THE BOATHOUSE®. Why? Because you have the opportunity to ride in an Amphicar – a 1950s-style vehicle with big fins that glides on water as easily as it does on land,
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