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Five Things You Must See, Do and Eat at Disney
Wishes Nighttime Spectacular
The crowds gather, the lights dim and Jiminy Cricket starts his narration telling us how dreams really do come true. Tinkerbell flies in front of the castle and the eagerly awaited show in the sky burst into action. The fireworks are truly amazing and magical for all ages and the castle changing colours to the sound of the music is just enchanting. So many fireworks, from shooting to exploding to heart shapes, mouse ears and cubes, the display is magnificent!
If you want a place right in front of the castle you need to grab your spot at least an hour before the show starts, but there are many places throughout the park where you can comfortably view the fireworks.
It' s Tough to Be a Bug
Join Flik and his creepy crawly pals at Animal Kingdom as they take you on an educational journey through the daily lives of bugs. Looking through your 3D Bug Eyes, Flik officially makes you an honorary bug so you can view the world through their eyes. You experience the sensations they do, even down to smelling a stink bug!
It can be a little scary for the very young so be aware.
Epcot' s World Showcase
Experience the culture, food and shopping from no less than 11 different countries as you wander around Showcase Lagoon. Each country offers live performances, restaurants and shops with plenty of entertainment and sights for all ages. There are lots of character meet and greet locations here too, so you may well bump into Mary Poppins near Great Britain!
One of the most popular attractions in Disney, this ride gives you an epic journey soaring high over California giving you a birdseye view of the spectacular scenery below. You' ll not be able to stop yourself lifting your feet as you quickly glide over the treetops!
This ride is located at ' The Land' in Epcot and is extremely popular, so head for a Fast Pass as soon as you get into the park.
Kitchen Sink Sundae at Beaches and Cream Soda Shop
Take a step back in time and experience days gone by in this wonderful 50s themed soda and fountain shop located at Disney' s Yacht & Beach Club resort. If you are at Epcot you can easily go there and take a break by cutting through the exit between France and the UK or take a boat if you are in Hollywood Studios.
The Kitchen Sink Sundae is a scoop of all the ice cream flavours in the shop topped with cherries, cream and brownies and is easily huge enough for 4 to share!
They also have a great traditional American favourites menu with burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches and wonderful desserts.
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