We have been to Florida lately namely Orlando we stayed at aDisney resort as part of this we had Disney dining meal plan.
There are many levels of this but ours was middle plan which entitled us to one quick service meal, one snack, and one table service a day.
Don't ask me why but over the age of 9 children are seen as adults in the context of pricing for theme parks and food etc.
A quick service meal can be used at breakfast, lunch or dinner.
A table service can also be used at any time but is more lavish affair , exchange 2 table services meals each then it becomes an distinguished affair known as signature dining.
One evening after what seemed we had walked to the moon and back we went for our prearranged dinner at The Flying Fish . The location for this is situated at Disneys Broadwalk and when you are there you are transformed into a magical world with a sophisticated seaside feel.
Being here you are a world away from the hustle and bustle of the theme parks. Try your luck on the turn of the century style seaside fairground games.
Sometimes the best times can be had by just wandering around and soaking up the atmosphere of your surroundings.
If you feed the soul with sights and sounds then memories are enriched take pictures along the way then when you look back it's almost as if you were there.
Rounding off a delightful evening at TheFlying Fish an top notch fish restaurant though if you wish you can have steak as my son did. I resisted the urge to Instagram the main course but o couldn't stop myself when it came to dessert.
Awwh I wish I was back holidays are so carefree ..