Lisa and I have been here at Disney World with some friends for over a week and have enjoyed our vacation immensely. Over the next month or so, the annual”Wine and Food Festival” at Epcot is happening. And I do mean “happening”. Last night we inched our way around the world showcase sampling various foods from around the world along with every other two legged creature in central Florida. I am convinced there is no such thing as “downtime” at Disney World. Either the schools are shut down this week or Florida residents are only allowed to vacation in September. We are talking grid-lock. But, food was calling and so we joined in the fray.
The food samples are really no more than a couple of spoonfuls and seemed (relatively) inexpensive (at least to Disney World economy). Five or six bucks will allow you to sample most menu items. Lisa and I started in Australia and worked our way through Mexico, Italy and a few other countries whose food items I could not even pronounce. We blew through about a hundred bucks worth of samples, trying to convince ourselves the entire time what a great time we were having, sweating in lines with the other sweaty people trying to convince themselves they were having a good time sweating with us. In other words, we were miserable.
To make matters worse, Disney workers, wearing oversized Mickey gloves, waved to us as we left the park, as if to say, “Good-bye you idiots and thanks for leaving all your money with us. See you tomorrow!”
After inching back to our car with all the other broke, miserable cattle, we finally made it back to our condo and I fixed a bologna sandwich. I figured it cost me about .67 cents.
Best deal of the day and I ate the whole thing.
Tomorrow, we are going to try Chinese. There is a buffet right outside the Disney World gates. And they will let you eat all you want.