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Posted: April 13, 2003 6:49 am/pm Quote

Where should I take a 3 and 5 year old to eat that they will enjoy?

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Posted: April 23, 2003 7:03 am/pm Quote

Be sure to take them to a character breakfast.  It's a blast for the kids and adults.  You will enjoy the atmosphere at the Blue Bayou.  Ask for a water side table so you can watch the boats enter the Pirates.  Carnation Cafe and the Plaza Inn have a nice atmosphere.  If the Buzz Lightyear show is going on in Tomorrow land the little ones will like that and the restaurant in Frontierland has a old time saloon show that is a lot of fun.  The village Haus in Fantasylad is really cute. All of these suggestions are for Disneyland in Anaheim.  In disney downtown there is a restaurant called Tropical Rainforest that the kids really loved and I would recommend that one also.   :laugh: :laugh:

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Posted: April 24, 2003 11:11 am/pm Quote

Yoo Hoo, Tink60!

Thanks for all the great tips you wrote - - and on your very first post to the Disney Echo, too!

You certainly deserve your own Minnie-style pair of Disney EchoEars, and I have them for you right here:


Welcome to the Disney Echo, Tink60! Feel free to share more Disneyland (and WDW) tips and comments with us.


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Posted: April 25, 2003 9:31 am/pm Quote

:) Tink 60 thanks for all the great tips.  :laugh:

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Posted: April 27, 2003 3:43 am/pm Quote

:D Thank-you so much for the info.  I printed it off to put in the Disney vacation planner I started when I was pregnant!  Our little girl is 8 months old and I still have 2 years to wait.  Yes I am excited.  :cheesy:
                      Kristan


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Posted: June 09, 2003 12:53 am/pm Quote

To add to Tink 60's list of good suggestions, I'd like to add The Golden Horseshoe. Go see Billy Hill and the Hillbilly's. My kids loved it. Its a comedic music show. The show is ran Thursday through Monday. Its great for all ages :flag:

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Posted: June 09, 2003 8:26 am/pm Quote

Does anyone know if there is an age limit on the childrens menus.  We will be taking my youngest brother (almost 16) with us on this trip...its his first trip to WDW.  He is a pretty picker eater.   :glare:   I dont know if he will like what is offered on the adult menu in some of the places we will be eating but Im sure he would like what is offered on the childrens menu.

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Posted: June 13, 2003 11:39 am/pm Quote

I don't know about WDW, but at Disneyland most of the eating areas follow a theme. So if there is a kids menu at a particular restaurant, its usually a scaled down version of the adult menu.

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