Tuesday, September 28, 2004

We Have Priority Seating Reservations

As part of our ongoing effort to make this the best Disney trip ever, we've made priority seating reservations at several special Disney restaurants. Here's what we'll be doing:

Monday, our first full day at Disneyland, we have lunch reservations at the Blue Bayou restaurant in New Orleans Square. We hope to get there earlier enough to be able to sit right by the water and watch people on the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction as we eat our Monte Cristo sandwiches.

Tuesday, we have reservations at Ariel's Grotto for lunch. This is considered a character dining experience. Aside from Ariel, I'm not sure which characters actually host this meal, but we'll find out. I have doubts that this will be something we'll want to do each time we go, but you never know.

Tuesday evening we have tickets for the new Mysteries, Myths and Legends tour that I described in an earlier post.

Wednesday, we have breakfast reservations at the Carnation Cafe on Main Street for 9:30 AM. This is before the actually opening of the park so we may even be through with breakfast before the actual rope drop. I have heard that the Mickey Mouse waffles are excellent.

Thursday, we don't have anything special planned. We will most likely spend the day at Disney's California Adventure park and may eat at the Taste Pilots' Grill. No reservations are required for this eatery. Our group ate there last year, but my son was sick and had gone back to the room to rest so he missed out. I had a really great bbq chicken sandwich and the fries were excellent.

Friday, we have dinner reservations at The Trattoria Restaurant, which serves Italian style food. Our reservations are for 7:50 PM and were purposely made that late so that we could view the Disney Electrical Parade while we eat dinner. Hopefully, we'll get there early enough to be seated right next to the wall overlooking the parade. I have heard that if you're further away from the wall it is difficult to see the whole parade.


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