Day 11 – Festival of Fantasy | Part 7 | Dine Around Disney 2014

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Magic Kingdom; Cinderella’s Royal Table (Character Breakfast); Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe (Counter Service); Festival of Fantasy Parade; California Grill (Signature Dining); Wishes

Dine Around Disney 2014 Trip Report Index! (And here is the Pre-Trip Report!)
All the photos for this day are on my Flickr. Full Florida 2014 collection of photos here!

August 24th, 2014 | Continued from Part 6

After the excitement of the parade, the crowds dispersed, and we decided to call it a day, wanting to go back to Old Key West, hit the pool for a while and chill out before our dinner reservation later in the evening at California Grill.

As we walked back through Adventureland, we decided to have a Dole Whip from Aloha Isle – we haven’t had one before, and wasn’t entirely sure if we would be coming back to Magic Kingdom, so bought one each – just to be safe!

Dole Whip at Aloha Isle

Whilst Liam and Steve lined up, I hung out taking some photos, and then sat down to wait for them. I hadn’t realised I’d picked a smoking area (not ideal, having that so close to a food counter in my opinion) so let the boys know I’d be moving on to wait for them just outside the entrance of Adventureland, as I couldn’t handle the smoke smell which was making me heave.

The line was long at Aloha Isle (which is why I went a wandering!) and they soon rushed towards me with the Dole Whips so I could take photos for this trip report before they melted in the blazing sunshine!

Dole Whip Float at Magic Kingdom

Dole Whip Float at Magic Kingdom

Steve bought 3 Dole Whip Floats – two orange and a pineapple flavour – lushness! They are $4.99 each and can be bought with a snack credit. We sat and ate our treats before moving on.

3 x Dole Whip Floats

Bill Total: $15.87 (3 Credits)

DxDDP Running Snack Totals: $209.45 | Snack Credits: 47/84

On the walk out of Magic Kingdom, which we do by walking through the shops (they’re all interlinked, and have lovely cold air-con!) and then heard the Main Street Philharmonic again. We stopped to listen to them, before a quick rest room pit stop and back on the monorail to Contemporary to pick up our car.

Magic Kingdom

Main Street Philharmonic

Main Street Philharmonic

…Concluded in Part 8…


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