I live in Orlando and have been to the Epcot Christmas Candlelight Procession years ago.It is very nice, but the price has greatly increased. Now I know about just doing the general admission, and standing in back without seats to see part of the program, but I have never been impressed with the food at any of the venues. This year we are expecting guests for the holiday and it has been suggested to me to have lunch or dinner at one of the hotels-I hear the decorations are gorgeous-and then perhaps walk through downtown Disney or Boardwalk. Can you see any of the fireworks without entering the parks? Any suggestions on restaurants or hotels not to be missed?
Disney hotels for lunch or dinner and Christmas decorations
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