Day 4 – Hooray for Hollywood! / Four Resorts, Two Festivals 2019

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With our ride over we headed out of Toy Story Land and into the old Pixar Place area that had (still has) been set up as Municiberg – the city where the Incredibles live. It’s been called “An Incredible Celebration”.

At the bottom end there was a dance party going on with Mr & Mrs Incredible, and there was also something called The Edna Mode Experience – which I haven’t got a clue about!

Our reason for visiting though was to buy a Num Num Cookie ($5.79) from the Neighborhood Bakery! We kept seeing these mentioned in Disney vlogs and HAD to try one!

They are a warm, crunchy but gooey chocolate-chip cookie tart and taste AMAZING! Like, seriously SO delicious! And they’re huge! More than enough for Steve and I to share one, and quite possibly enough to split between 3 or 4 if you want a little something sweet.

Num Num Cookie
Num Num Cookie
Cookie Num Num

We decided to just take a little while to just sit and chill out for a bit as this area was really quiet.

There was a big mural as a photo op – this one we did manage to get as it was empty! And you could see some of the damage that Jack-Jack had made through Municiberg too!

I’m not sure what the long term plan is for this area is though…

The Incredible Celebration Mural
Us in Municiberg
Jack-Jack
Jack-Jack
Jack-Jack
Toy Story Alien Popcorn Bucket

With rain forecast we decided to make a move back to our Disney Resort, but not before stopping at the popcorn cart on Hollywood Boulevard to buy a Toy Story Alien novelty popcorn bucket!

The bucket itself is $20 and the popcorn was $5. You can bring it back to refill for just $2! Which we did on another day, so make use of those novelty buckets if you buy one.

The Alien is pretty sizeable and fits in a lot of popcorn!

Toy Story Alien Popcorn Bucket
Toy Story Alien Popcorn Bucket

Once outside of the park I took a couple of photos of the Sorcerer Mickey topiary that sits outside the entrance. It was too busy in the morning to get a decent picture, but late afternoon it was empty!

Sorcerer Mickey Topiary - Hollywood Studios
Sorcerer Mickey Topiary - Hollywood Studios
Bay Lake at Disney's Wilderness Lodge
Bay Lake at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Toasting Marshmallows at Disney's Wilderness Lodge Campfire
Toasting Marshmallows at Disney's Wilderness Lodge Campfire

Back home at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, we stopped by the campfire to toast a couple of marshmallows with the Cast Member before the rain started to fall, so we made a hasty retreat back to our room.

All of the Disney Resorts have a campfire – check for the time that it is lit. The marshmallows are free, and there is the option to buy a s’mores kit too.

Geyser Point Bar & Grill

Dinner in the evening was a repeat from previous days – the Bison Cheeseburger from Geyser Point Bar & Grill. I didn’t bother to take photos of our actual food because we’ve had it before, so I’ll just pop that photo in again!

Bison Cheeseburger – Bacon, Tillamook Cheddar, Sweet Onion Straws, Lettuce, Tomato, Garlic Aïoli, and Marionberry Barbecue Sauce served on an Artisan Roll ($14)

Burgers from Geyser Point Bar & Grill are served with either a multigrain salad or waffle fries. We always chose the latter – they tasted so good!

As I said previously the Bison Cheeseburger is absolutely delicious! If you visit Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, grab this burger for lunch or dinner – you won’t regret it!

We also ordered a seasonal pie, which was pecan (5.99), wasn’t as good as we had hoped, which was a shame as it look amazing.

Pecan Pie
Pecan Pie

Geyser Point Bar & Grill »
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Bill: $33.99 + Tax: $2.21 + Tip: $0 = $35.20


Total Paid: $35.20

And that’s it for day 4 of Four Resorts, Two Festivals 2019! Tomorrow we have a bit of a shopping day, as well as a visit to Animal Kingdom!


Read about the day after:
Day 5: Going Cheap!
Orlando Premium Outlets; Animal Kingdom; Dinner from Bahama Breeze

Read about the day before:
Day 3: Festival of the Arts!
Epcot International Festival of the Arts; Dinner from Roaring Fork

» Read ALL the days!


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