The Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival is spectacular. The topiaries are fantastic and my favorite part. Disney characters come to life in a very earth friendly way, and they are always a blast to look at.
I have been able to experience the festival twice, and I laugh as I see how much my photography skills (and quality of camera) has changed in two years.
If you ever find yourself at Disney during the festival (and I do recommend going even if you do not have a green thumb LIKE ME) please go to Epcot and look at everything the festival has to offer!
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Crystal Palace is a favorite among Disney guests. Reservations are often booked at the 180 day mark, and it is not easy to get into, so listen to me when I tell you this. Book as early as possible if this is something you want to do.
The breakfast features the typical American breakfast foods, but like I said about Chef Mickey’s the real fun in this meal is the characters.
Winnie the Pooh & friends is the feature here, and they are the most cuddly characters in the park. I love them, and they make me smile in a big way. Fond memories of childhood I tell you.
Again I don’t really have pictures of the food, but I do have some pictures of the decorations.
I swear only Disney can have cool topiary decorations like that. I am smiling ear to ear while looking at my photos. I mean come on it is Winnie the Pooh, all I can think about little pooh getting stuck trying to get the honey pot.
At this meal you will meet Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore & Piglet.
I do consider this a must do, if you can. It is pricey, because like all character meals you are going to pay for the character meet & greets.
The meal is located in the Magic Kingdom, and I highly recommend booking 150-180 days before your arrival to the parks. It is VERY hard (but not impossible) to get into the restaurant without reservations.