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Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, allegedly in the pacific northwest, although it contains a lot of great plains native American art and motifs.
We had lunch here. Bevin got a bit punchy, too much pulled pork.
We got a tour of the Disney vacation club “Cascade cabins” that they have here. Pretty cool! It was drizzling lightly, and it actually managed to do a pretty convincing impression, except for the 90 degrees and muggy part.
We relaxed in the afternoon, did a little shopping and wandering at Disney Springs, and then went to Animal Kingdom Lodge for dinner.
This place is gorgeous. And you see that green lawn outside the window? That’s what the rooms, restaurant, and balcony waiting areas look down over.
Very cool place to hang out waiting for our table at Sanaa.
The Naan service was amazing. I didn’t actually take this picture intending to post it, but to remember the order the sauces came in. Gonna have to figure out how to make some of those.
After dinner we went to the other side of animal kingdom lodge, a car ride away, to Jambo House. It’s mostly closed right now since it’s got a big buffet which they can’t open, and is the “normal” side of the resort (DVC rooms are the other side), but we got to poke around.
This is a very cool spot. And easily the most tasty and interesting food we’ve had at Disney too! Well worth an afternoon!