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.
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…
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!
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!
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.
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.
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! « Coming Soon
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
More Disney Trip Reports
- Hibiscus & Holly at The Poly 2017
- Christmas at Disneyland Paris 2015
- Halloween in The Wilderness 2015
- Dine Around Disney 2014
- Back To The Magic 2013
- The First Time 2011
- Disneyland Paris 2010
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The two main lenses I use: Sigma 18-300mm F3.5-6.3 DC Macro and Sigma 30mm F1.4 DC Art. Both of these lenses will also fit Nikon and Sony DSLRs.
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