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This is a very important question! I am dying to try one of those Grand Marnier slushes when I go in August. It now turns out that we'll be having lunch at Chefs de France one day. Can you get the slush at Chefs de France? Or, failing that, could I get one outside and take it in?
As you can imagine, the answer to this question is quite crucial to my plans!
I highly recommend it for cooling off on a hot day at Disney.
Tanya - PassPorter Co-Guide for the Staying In Style Forum and Checking Itineraries-Adventure-Dates-Plans Previous Trips: Oct '12 OKW, Oct '11 PO-R/OKW/GF, Jan '11 AKV-Kidani, May '10 OKW,OCT'09 AKV-Kidani, Aug '09 SSR, DoD tour: May '09 POR, Oct '08 BWI, July '08 WL, May - June '08 PO-FQ/SSR/AKL, July '07 SSR, April '07 AKL , Dec '06 - Jan '07 PO-FQ, Sept '06 - WL (mother and daughter trip), Aug '06 - Poly, Oct '05 - GF (DH's 1st visit to Disney) and various mini-trips in the '70s and '80s
ok, i guess this is another thing like that elusive dole whip...i don't know what this one is either, although i have a better excuse this time. i don't consume alcohol. well, not very much anyway. i have been known to imbibe at epcot....the limoncello at italy, the kir royale at france, and the honey meade wine during food and wine at ireland. so, this sounds like a big girl drink...maybe sweet but with a little kick?
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