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Old 05-22-2022, 02:31 PM   #11
nrspepe
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We just came back from a 4 night DVC stay with 4 adults and an 18 month old. Lucked out with a 2 bed…perfect view of World of Color. It was noisy on the porch, but, quiet in the room. Was not aware of any lookout point for DVC. Shucks!

Plaza Inn character breakfast was garbage. Never again. Goofy’s Kitchen was amazing…food, staff and atmosphere. Best dinners were at…Craftsman Grill, seated by the pool. Casual. Little one had plenty of space to get around without disturbing other guests. Food and drink were good. Live entertainment. Napa Rose was great. Staff went out of their way to accommodate our needs and keep the little guy happy. Pricy. The best was alfresco dining at Carthay Circle. Perfect blend of really good food, casual atmosphere and wonderful service. They say, small bites. But, portions were better than expected. We could also watch the entertainment in the nearby square. We loved it. And, so did the 18 month old.

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