Unlike previous years (2018, 2019) the Christmas Trees are scattered throughout the shopping areas of Disney Springs rather than clustered together in a special area – better for the shops no doubt as it makes people walk around … We walked from end to end yesterday and I think we caught all of the trees and a few other decorations (though it was busy so maybe we missed something!)
We took a trip to Disneys Art Of Animation resort, riding the gondolas to get there – which was a mistake because a storm came in while we were there and the gondolas shut down, leaving us stranded from our car! But the resort is beautifully decorated, and I’d love to stay there some time:
It’s been more than two years (before the pandemic) since we last went to Sanaa; Disney closed it for a long time along with the parks and most everything, and in the recent months everything is always booked up; but today by some luck we got a 2pm slot for lunch, and headed down.
The Sanaa menu has shrunk every time we visit, but it still has the breads course we love (various Indian breads with a wide range of dips) – when we first visited this was about $9, and it’s now more than double that price, but still enjoyable. We got samosas too. I’d hoped to have the fabulous “candy bar” dessert but it’s no longer on the menu. However when I mentioned it, our server said it was still available “off menu”, and I was VERY happy!
Outside there’s a walkway that leads to a viewpoint – we didn’t see any Giraffe this time, but there were a few Zebra and other African animals to see …