These photos are from the Gorilla Exhibit outside the exit of the Kilimanjaro Safaris Expedition at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. You can also visit the Animal Kingdom Photo Gallery for larger versions of these photos and others. Enjoy!
Attached is a collection of photos from the Be Our Guest Restaurant at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Park. The restaurant is located int he New Fantasyland. This is a very unique restaurant for Walt Disney World. For lunch this ia a Quick Service Restaurant and at dinner it is Full Service. We went at lunch as reservations for dinner are currently hard to come by.
When you place your order at lunch for quick service they give you a rose, which is actually a RFID. Once you sit down at a table they bring the food out to you. They know where you are by the RFID on the rose. I assume that they have RFID receivers in the tables so that they know where you are.
This is a French Inspired Restaurant and the food is very good. I have to say it is the best Quick Service in the Magic Kindgom Park and maybe in all of the parks but that is still up for argument. The photo above is of the cupcake offered for desert and it is one of the best cupcakes we have ever had.
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I posted a couple of shots of the Fountain of Nations back in December 2012 from our trip last summer. These shots are from New Years Day 2013. These photos were taken at night after I watched the The IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth Fireworks Show. I waited around in the park for a while to let people leave and proceeded out slowly taking photos.
The fountain sits in the open space between Innovations just after you pass Spaceship Earth as you enter the park from the main entrance. The fountain is elevated and water is shot up in the air and timed to music. At night their are lighting effects added. As a result this is a great spot for night time photography.
I was able to obtain the following information from A Glass Slipper Vacation Website: “Another fascinating fact about the Fountain of Nations is that representatives from 22 different countries poured water from their native lands into the fountain.”