|My Sailor riding the Matterhorn for the first time|
My husband is cute.
He's definately the more impulsive side of our relationship, which is good for me - the consumate planner.
So when I mentioned last night that we have the Military Dining Plan hooked up for our upcoming (last minute) vacation, he didn't really understand what that ment and how that's changed our planning a bit.
|Me and Sistah' Girl, my first Tequila|
EPCOT - No reservations required
Like I said - he's cute.
Now, anyone who knows me, or has been to Disney World with me knows that I ideally take my entire year to plan a trip. I actually thrive off the planning process. Now, that said, the best things ARE NOT planned, but some form of outline seems to keep the trip moving more than "What do you wanna do now?" Standing around staring blankly at a map really isn't my speed.
|Coral Reef in EPCOT w/ Sistah' Girl.|
|Carrot Cake Cookie to share|
$6 cash. Snack Credit doesn't apply.
What are dining credits?Well, the Military Dining Plan includes 1 table service meal (entree, non alcoholic drink, and dessert), 1 counter service meal (for example, a combo meal), 1 snack credit (ex. popcorn, fruit, churros, and yes, Dole Whips) per person per day for $60/person/day. Since most entrees alone are nearly $30, this will allow us to do some no-brainer dining where we don't have to check our wallets to ensure we're covered. BUT it does mean that we have to make sure we make the reservations, so we can get the most out of our goodies.
For my Disney Fans reading this - what are some of your favorite last minute places to dine in Disney World?
|Breakfast at Tusker House - 1 Table Service credit.|