Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest; Animal Kingdom
  • On Jul 29, 2011
    Jill from TX Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    If we can't check in early when we arrive early in the afternoon, where would u suggest we have lunch at epcot that is peaceful and relaxing with our 15 mo old and 5 yr old girls? Where are some good spots at epcot for babies to nap?

    Cantina de San Angel is a quick-service restaurant in Mexico that offers a really nice outdoor seating area on the water of the World Showcase Lagoon.  It's my number one choice for grabbing a quick bite in Epcot.  As for a quaint spot for your little one to catch some shut-eye, I'd suggest one of two things.  First, grab a seat under a shade tree along the World Showcase promenade.  There are multiple spots to choose from.  Do wander back into the pavilions; Morocco and Japan in particular come to mind as having some very quiet spots to relax.  If it's particularly warm when you arrive, you might consider wandering through the Innoventions buildings in Future World.  They can be noisy at times, but they are definitely cool, and if your child is sleeping in a stroller when you enter she'll likely stay that way as the rest of the family explores the various attractions.  I hope that helps.
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