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Here’s what I’ve already written about Pandora: World of Avatar, each of which goes into more detail:
- A review of the major quick service, Satu’li Canteen.
- A review of the boat ride, Na’vi River Journey.
- Pictures around Pandora.
- Pongu Pongu, the takeaway bar.
- Avatar Flight of Passage review, queue photos, and strategy.
- A followup review of Satu’li Canteen covering the items not previously reviewed, including the Tofu Bowl and Curry Bao.
- 140 pictures of merchandise in the Windtraders store pus some sass.
But I have more than 200 photos I haven’t yet posted and once Pandora opens, I’ll be focusing on what operation is actually like. So I thought I would take this opportunity to discuss what I think the Land offers and how it fits into Walt Disney World, however vapid those thoughts may be.
We’ll take some time to visit Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, where construction continues in a number of areas, including on bungalow-style cabins out in front of the resort and on an expansive pool addition.
But first, we’ll check out Geyser Point Bar & Grill, the newish quick service/lounge hybrid that opened waterside back in February.
Back in September 2016, I reviewed some new offerings in the Japan Pavilion, which included these three “Sake Mists.” Advertised as “Alcoholic Shaved Ice,” I really enjoyed the Blood Orange, but thought the Chocolate Cherry “tasted medicinal” and the Coffee “tasted largely like if you were to make coffee ice cubes and then put them through a sno-cone maker.” In other words, not exactly a raving review.
I was apparently not the only person to come to this conclusion as those two flavors have been switched out for Blackberry and Coconut Pineapple. Since our last visit, the “Box Style Sushi” has been switched out for the “Futomaki Big Roll,” which we’ll try. The Nigori Sake is also a new addition.
The Wine Walk at Epcot is straightforward. Three World Showcase Pavilions. Six 2-ounce pours of wine. Few choices beyond that.
The Wine Walk can be purchased from any of the three participating outlets.
The website has published a number of reviews of dinner at Be Our Guest Restaurant at Magic Kingdom, including one of the first on the internet, all the way back in November of 2012. But it’s been a while and I thought it would be prudent to return given some recent menu changes.
This review is from the evening of May 4, 2017.