Home » Blog » Giveaways & Contests » Weekly Giveaway: Win the Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World With Kids 2014

Weekly Giveaway: Win the Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World With Kids 2014

by Leap on October 9, 2013 · 14 Comments · in Giveaways & Contests

WDW Kids Cover Image HI-RESHoppy Wednesday from the Frog Family! It’s time for our weekly giveaway.

Every Wednesday this month, we’re giving away the Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World with Kids 2014 edition, signed by authors Bob Sehlinger and Liliane Opsomer. This is a treat for us, since we are mentioned in the book as a recommended source for discount tickets to your favorite Orlando theme parks and attractions!

While we have multiple ways of entering, we love reading what you have to say. This week, we’d like to know what your favorite kid-friendly Walt Disney World Resort restaurant is and why! Share in comments below.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER GIVEAWAY. The Weekly Undercover Tourist Giveaway is open only to residents of the 50 US/DC, 18 or older as of the last day of the month prior to the date of entry. Void where prohibited by law. Weekly entries will be accepted every Wednesday between the hours of 8:30 AM – 11:59 PM CST. Details for the weekly giveaway will be posted on the Undercover Tourist Blog. Winners will be selected randomly through Rafflecopter and announced by the Undercover Tourist blog. Up to three (3) winners will be chosen each week; multiple entries in a single day will not be accepted. Winners have to respond within 5 days. Anyone found to use multiple accounts to enter will be ineligible. Ends 11:59:59 PM CST on 10/9/2013.

  • RSS
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Bookmarks
  • StumbleUpon
  • Reddit
  • LinkedIn
  • Digg
  • Add to favorites

14 Responses to “Weekly Giveaway: Win the Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World With Kids 2014”

  1. Kelly Scott says:

    All Star Movies. Giant Buzz & Woody…need I say more?

  2. Erin Paoli says:

    50′s Prime Time Cafe at Hollywood Studios – so much fun!

  3. Danielle Stein says:

    Who has time for a sit-down meal with all the things to do? We always stay at the All Star Resorts so that’s where we typically dine too. I like the variety of food offered which makes it very kid-friendly. However busy we are, we always find time to eat at Rainforest Cafe!

  4. My two granddaughters love the princess and would love to see them. My grandson’s are nuts about cars so this book will prepare me for this summer.

  5. Kathryn Eggert says:

    Crystal Palace character meal! They spent so much time with the little ones and it was a blast!

  6. Brandy says:

    Chef Mickey’s because who doesn’t want to eat with Mickey!!!

  7. Jeannine says:

    Who needs a restaurant. Just grab some popcorn or a turkey leg and find a bench.

  8. cara says:

    I would love to take my two girls to Be My Guests. TREX was fun at Downtown Disney.

  9. Karen Williamson says:

    My favorite is Chef Mickeys! We went when my kids were 15, 13, and 10 and received souvenir cups. When ever we used the cups we remember the feeling of joy that night when we were happy to be related.

  10. Lauren says:

    The 50′s Prime time cafe was a lot of fun when my sister and I were kids, if I remember correctly, the waitress made my dad stand in the corner with his nose against the wall, we still laugh about it years later.

  11. Dawn says:

    My kids don’t remember much about the food except the ice cream treats! We ate primarily at the quick locations to keep going going going!

  12. J. Christen says:

    My girls really enjoyed the food at the Crystal Palace. The characters were great and the food was delicious. As far as character breakfasts at the Magic Kingdom, you can’t go wrong! Especially when you do a reservation before rope drop. Our pictures on Main Street are beautiful with the morning sun and no crowd of people! My mouth just watered thinking about Pooh’s French Toast!!

  13. Vern Woodruff says:

    My family loved Chef Mickey’s in the Contemporary Resort. It is a great setting, with the monorail overhead and with so much going on, we did not have to be concerned if the kids were noisy. The kids loved the idea of riding the monorail from the Magic Kingdom to their dinner at Chef Mickey’s. They were thrilled to see the “Big 5″ (Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and Pluto) all at one location. As the characters made their way around the restaurant, the kids’ excitement would build as they approached our table. I was quite happy with the buffet, which had a wide variety of food plus desserts. The kids found plenty to eat that they were happy with too. With the abundance of food choices, the 5 main characters, the festive atmosphere, and the setting, this was easily my family’s favorite restaurant and we’ll dine here again during our next visit.

    • Donna says:

      We love the Garden Grill at EPCOT. First, the restaurant revolves, making my daughter very happy to see all the exhibits. Next, some of the food is actually organically grown on site in “The Land” exhibits. The food was great!! There was a favorite for everyone. Melt-in-your-mouth prime rib, turkey, mashed potatoes, and tossed salad.

      Overall my daughter’s favorite was the red velvet ladybug kids dessert. We took a picture of her holding up the dessert plate. When I asked if I could taste it, she replied “no, not even a crumb!” It was that good!

      With the excellent food, plus visits from Mickey, Goofy and Chip and Dale to our table, we can’t wait to go back!

Leave a Reply

Copyright © 2014 Undercover Tourist
All Rights Reserved | Privacy
WP Socializer Aakash Web