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  • On Aug 27, 2009
    Stephanie from NL 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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    Will be having dinner at 1900 Park Fare at 6:45 pm in Nov. Is there anywhere we could watch the MK fireworks from the Grand Floridian resort (for free!) Thanks!

    Hi Stephanie,

    1900 Park Fare is one of my families favourite character meals in Disney, my girls absolutely love meeting the Step-Sisters as they are so funny. The food is also very good, be sure to try the strawberry soup, it sounds strange but is delicious!

    There are lots of places around the Grand Floridian that you can view the Magic Kingdom fireworks from, basically anywhere that you have a clear view of the Castle will give you a good view of Wishes. I prefer to watch from the beach at the Polynesian Resort though as in my opinion the view there is better, the music is also piped in which adds to the show. You can get to the Poly either by using the walking path or the boat, both take about 10 minutes.

    Have a fantastic evening,

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Meet the Panelist: Jo,

Hi, I’m Jo, a stay-at-home Mum from England.  I am married to a PGA golfer and we have 2 children.  We enjoy every aspect of Walt Disney World and agree that it is by far our favourite holiday destination. The girls excitedly help me plan every trip. Learn More About Jo

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