I did a post a few months ago about our upcoming trip to Disney World to celebrate our 10th Wedding Anniversary, but since then I've made some significant changes. These changes came because of great news...a close friend got me a fantastic deal which further lowered our room rate and gets us the Dining Plan for nearly half off! The only change to our room is that we are now staying at Port Orleans Riverside instead of French Quarter...just a small change in theme.
Our dining plans is what is changing pretty drastically. Since my last post, we had decided to try Brown Derby, Flying Fish and California Grill (in addition to our fantastic dinner at the Chef's Table at Victoria and Albert's on the night of our anniversary). The problem is that all three of those restaurants are Signature Dining and would cost two Table Service credits each. We have 4 credits each and would rather get more bang for the buck, so we've decided to keep the California Grill dinner during the Wishes Fireworks and replace the others.
After a lot of planning and getting suggestions from trusted friends (thanks AJ!) we've decided on the following restaurants. Keep in mind, we are going without our son for the first time and want to experience things that he won't enjoy for several years...and we want it to be romantic when possible :)
Day 1 (10th Anniversary)
Chef's Table at Victoria and Albert's which consists of around 11 courses that are made specially by the head chef for each person. It's a four hour experience that includes wine pairings for each course and a custom menu for each person that attends. We have this table all to our selves :)
We're getting up early to be at Disney Studios for park opening...those Toy Story Midway Mania fast passes are a must! We'll also ride Star Tours about a dozen times, but we're really looking forward to soaking in One Man's Dream and all the little things that we don't normally get to experience with a 7 year old.