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Epcot International Festival of the Arts 2022

The Epcot International Festival of the Arts is a combination of numerous displays of art through food, music, visual art and even art you take home to enjoy for years to come. I came to this event only one other time a couple of years ago and have been dying to come back ever since. We moved to Florida this past summer so now was my chance & I got to share my excitement with my husband.  They don’t open any of the booths until 11am so we had a little time to get an Art Festival gift card wristlet. It helps me to have that band so I don’t have to pull out a credit card every time I want to eat.  By the time I bought it and added money to it, the booths were open so off we went. We started at the “Deconstructed Dish” booth with the deconstructed BLT and the deconstructed Key Lime Pie. We weren’t that impressed with the BLT, thinking it was kind of plain with each piece separated, but we loved the Key Lime pie.  The next food booth we ate at was the Encanto Cocina, between France a

Disneyland Paris- Disneyland Parc Part Three and the Walt Disney Studios

To check out the rest of the Disneyland Paris Series, check out these posts: Resorts Disneyland Parc part 1 Disneyland Parc part 2 Disneyland Parc, like the US parks, offers a wealth of entertainment. This varies somewhat year to year but you can count on a parade and fireworks. Usually there is Main Street entertainment, a band and singers, a mini parade (the last one I saw was the 20th anniversary celebration train) and the main 3pm parade. Take note the main parade, much like Disneyland, runs from the north east to the south unlike Orlando. It circles the large hub and also Town Square affording maximum viewing. There are also two vast indoor theatres in Discoveryland and Adventureland, though the former has only hosted special events recently and the latter is seasonal.  Fantillusion, a nighttime parade that took the best parts of Spectromagic and the MSEP, has been dark the last year and looks likely to be in 2014 too. As well as cost, in the summer mon