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2019 Grand Floridian Chocolate Egg Display!


Happy Spring, Disney Fans!

     Hope you're finding some rays of sunshine and the first peeks of buds and flowers out your windows. Spring is in full bloom here in Orlando, (just ask my allergies!), and my kids and I hit up one of our favorite springtime displays, The Grand Floridian Chocolate Egg Display! Every year, the pastry chefs go nuts hand carving giant chocolate eggs into edible displays of Disney art. They are pretty amazing and the popularity of them grows annually. In fact, this year there are even eggs on display in other resorts too, like The Contemporary and The Yacht and Beach Club. Now, I haven't gotten the chance to check out any of the other displays yet, but I do have pictures to share of the eggs from The Grand, so let's check 'em out!
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Lilo and Stitch Front

Lilo and Stitch Back

Three Caballeros Front

Three Caballeros Back

Humpty Dumpty Front

Humpty Dumpty Back

Up Front

Up Back

Mary Poppins Front

Mary Poppins Back

Dumbo Front

Dumbo Back

101 Dalmations Front

101 Dalmations Back

Princess and the Frog Front

Princess and the Frog Back

Coco Front

Coco Back

Princesses Front

Princesses Back

Atlantis Front

Atlantis Back

Grand Floridian Front

Grand Floridian Back

Flowers Front

Flowers Back

Toy Story

Starry Night

Assorted Eggs from Previous Years

Assorted Eggs from Previous Years

Assorted Eggs from Previous Years

Assorted Eggs from Previous Years

Assorted Eggs from Previous Years

Assorted Eggs from Previous Years

Assorted Eggs from Previous Years
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     Pretty EGGstraordinary, huh? Feeling sad that you missed out on seeing them in person? No worries! The eggs are on display until April 28th. And if you can't make it this year, you now have an awesome excuse for an Easter-time trip next year! Start planning now with the agents at Kingdom Konsultant Travel. They're the best and would be happy to plan an EGGcellent Disney adventure for you!

     Until next time, Disney Peeps, have a MAGICAL WEEK!!!

                                                           - Jenn

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