I know what you are thinking. You read the title and you’re like “No way am I going all the way to Disney World and playing mini golf!” I hear you, I was skeptic myself. I mean, it’s JUST miniature golf. I can play that at one of 75,000 courses in the Gatlinburg area. While this isn’t a must do, I think it is a great way to spend some time away from the parks and still have fun.
Today, I thought I would start a new series where I look at some of the snack options available in Epcot. I thought a great place to start would be one of my favorite places of a refreshing beverage, China’s The Joy of Tea.
It has been said that the first thing you see when you do something special is usually the thing that sticks with you as being your favorite thing above anything else. For me, this special thing is the Spectromagic parade in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. The first time I saw this parade was in spring of 2010 when my husband Mark and I took our son for his first trip (and mine as well). Being new to the whole Disney scene, I had insisted on going to Magic Kingdom first because I wanted to see Cinderella Castle. I am so glad I did. When we got to the park that evening, we just happened to be right on time for the parade and a very kind cast member put us up front so that we could see the parade better.
Last week, I brought you some extra fun just for the adults. This week, I want to bring you extra fun that is just for the kids. I know, I know, when most of us plan a trip to see the Main Mouse we are planning it with children in mind. The trip is really all about them. I’ll admit, the last trip we took was for my son Logan’s birthday. We made a pirate week of it. We stayed in a pirate room at Caribbean Beach, we booked Pirate’s League on his birthday (another cool bit of Extra Fun), it was all pirates all the time.