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Re: [IP] Disney Trip



One thing Disney doesn't tell you is you can take your own food in.  When my
ex-wife worked there, we took a friend's family there with ours, and we
brought a cooler full of drinks, sandwiches, etc. in a stroller.  Oops, I
just read your first paragraph again.

Anyway, to the second paragraph.  If you go to EPCOT, they have several
places (Germany and Sweden, I know for a fact) that have all you care to eat
restaurants.  The lunches range from $12-$18.  At Magic Kingdom, you'll get
soaked for food, and at Disney-MGM, the same.  Disney is about making $$$,
after all.

Yes, I'd reduce the basals to about 2/3 of your normal.  And yes, I do
recommend walking.  You'll miss too much if you run, or just stand still.
And, if you go on test track at EPCOT, tell me how it is.

Oh, yes, if you like, drop me a line when you're in the area.  I live here
in the Orlando area.

Jeff

----- Original Message -----
From: Donna <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, April 21, 1999 3:10 PM
Subject: [IP] Disney Trip


> I am taking a trip to Disney World soon and need information about eating
> there.  I don't want to take along food with me.  I want to be able to
carry as
> little as possible.
>
> Has anyone been there and can you tell me the best places to eat that will
save
> my budget and my bgs?  Also what about all the walking?  Should I reduce
my
> basals or not?
>
> Donna
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