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1. Visit Disneyland Paris and try some of the interesting restaurants. One I would have to visit would be King Ludwig's Castle. This restaurant serves German inspired food in a medieval castle. There is also Auberge de Cendrillion which serves French food and you, well I can't visit France without having French food. Lastly, Walt's - An American Restaurant because well, it's named for Walt and I'd love to see what they have in a restaurant named for the man who started it all.
2. Go on a Disney cruise and try Palo. Palo which is the adult dining on all of Disney ships serves Northern Italian food in an upscale atmosphere and cost $20 per person. Not a bad price for an adults only dining experience. I'd love to see how it lives up to the food that I've had in that part of Italy.
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4. Try Cafe Orleans in Disneyland. After my terrible experience at Blue Bayou I canceled my reservation for this and Napa Rose in 2009. Well, since I'll be visiting Disneyland again this year during the D23 Expo I'll be knocking this one off my list.
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5. Last but most certainly not least, Napa Rose. This restaurant has received since opening, for the past 10 years the AAA Four-Diamond Award. It's to be one of the best restaurants and like some of those restaurants at Walt Disney World offers a Chef's Table called "The Vintner's Table", which I might have to try. Either way I'll be checking this one off my bucket list as well.
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