Tadd and I were finally able to get back to Walt Disney World this past weekend. Disney’s summer season is officially over and Tadd’s seasonal pass was no longer blocked out, so we took advantage and went to Epcot. We were especially interested in working more with our new camera. Unfortunately, the weather did not cooperate at first, and it was drizzly and rainy for most of the morning and into the afternoon. Which was nice for crowds (the park was almost empty when we got there!), but not so great for taking photos.
We had lunch reservations at Le Cellier, which is the extremely popular sit-down restaurant in the Canada pavilion, so we decided to wait and see what the weather was like when we were done eating. First of all, holy crap was Le Cellier good! It was our first time dining there, and I had to get us reservations back in May because it’s always booked months in advance. I was very curious to see if it lived up to the hype. We had a great, really fun waitress, and they even had my favorite Canadian beer, La Fin Du Monde. I’m not really a steak person, but Tadd kept rolling his eyes back into his head while enjoying his wild mushroom filet. I had the pork chop and the sauce it was served with was delicious. But my favorite part was the pretzel bread they brought out at the very beginning. Soooo good! Tadd also really enjoyed the cheddar cheese soup (which is one of their signature items). We both walked out stuffed.
When we left Le Cellier, the weather was starting to clear up. So we decided to proceed with our day, which included a visit to Captain EO (which I had not seen since I was probably about 6 years old), watching the movie in France, and trying out the wonderful new wine bar, Tutto Gusto, in Italy. We took photos all along the way. Here are some of my favorite shots.