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What's your favorite World Showcase?

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Posted 21 June 2009 - 01:31 PM

The other day I actually went around the world in 6 hours and had amazing time. (of course with my Kimmunicator handy lol :)) And as I experinced each country I never knew there was so much fun. Usually at Epcot it's The Land, Test Track, Space, Energy, Imagination, Malestorm, The American Adventure and dinner at Edo for me. But this day I started in Mexico did the boat ride did some shopping along with saving the world, I always go to Norway, then China i did the movie and had take out and saved the world again. Then in Germany heard the band play and discovered the shops and saved the world lol. Then Italy I saw some clowns and the mask shop. Always do America. Then in Japan even though I go here a lot I went into the castle and saw tin toys and saved the world. Then Morcco i went into Fez and did the tour. Then in France I saw this amazing spectacle and had a pastry while i saved the world. In the UK the beetles were back and fish and chips are an amazing meal and saved the world here to lol. And in Canada enjoyed the rockies, hotel and gardens and O Canada. Then I ate in a celler which was GREAT!! THEN ILLUMINATIONS FROM THE FRONT CENTER?? Yes a spectacular end to a day of traveling. So now I ask what's your favorite showcase. Mines was Japan now China because the food, film, and the shops here which giv you a feeling of being in China. What's yours and any stories are welcome.

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Posted 21 June 2009 - 02:50 PM

Norway for the girls

the trolls and viking musuem are pretty good too

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Posted 21 June 2009 - 04:44 PM

This is a tough question to answer, for me anyway.

Mexico - besides the boat ride you should see the Mariachi band - they are very entertaining

America - (1) the Drum and Fife, outside the pavilion (2) Beutiful singing inside (3) show upstairs will bring tears to your eyes.

Britian - (1) Beatles, a lot of fun especially since I'm from the Beatles mania age (2) Showcase Players - very corny and very fun for all.

Italy - (1) Sergio is a wonderful clown who only uses a whisle instead of speaking. He is a lot of fun and get everyone involved. (2) Showcase Players - yes they are here too and still fun for all. (3) if the living statue is still there, you have to see her.

China - Wow, those kids are amazing and the building is beautiful.
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Posted 22 June 2009 - 01:05 AM

WOW... I really can't name one or two favorites. They're all favorites for different reasons!! Highlights are probably pastries at France, Off Kilter at Canada and store at China. Oh yeah.... the Mango Gingertias at the stand outside China are amazing if you like ginger & mango.
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Posted 22 June 2009 - 09:30 AM

I really like all the pavilions, but I think I'll give the edge to France. They've got the pastries. :)

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Posted 22 June 2009 - 11:50 AM

Japan for the food

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Posted 22 June 2009 - 12:49 PM

I do like France a lot. I like the setup and the feel of it when I'm way in the back; espcially near the pastry shop. After France I really don't have one that sticks out....Maybe the UK.

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Posted 22 June 2009 - 01:50 PM

I'm a little partial to China. I love the shop. Watching the yound ladies perform makes me think of the little girl that DW and I are adopting from China.
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Posted 22 June 2009 - 04:13 PM

I would have to pick Canada for the Moosehead, England for the Bass and Mexico for the Dos Equis! Germany for the Spaten, Japan for the Kiran Ichiban are a close second!

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Posted 23 June 2009 - 01:26 PM

I love World Showcase. It's one of my favorite areas in all of WDW. I love the restaurants there, especially Le Cellier and the desserts at Akershus(wish I could find a recipe for that chocolate mousse with raspberry), and particularly enjoy Impressions de France and The American Adventure.

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