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November 16, 2010: Chalk Arts, Chicken Parts and Christmas Starts

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  • November 16, 2010: Chalk Arts, Chicken Parts and Christmas Starts


    Please discuss it here.
    Werner Weiss
    Curator of Yesterland, featuring discontinued Disneyland attractions

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    Re: November 16, 2010: Chalk Arts, Chicken Parts and Christmas Starts

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      Re: November 16, 2010: Chalk Arts, Chicken Parts and Christmas Starts

      Actually, the prices do look more reasonable than most dining locations in WDW and some what healthier too! Didn't the former Wonders Of Life serve healthy food too?


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        Re: November 16, 2010: Chalk Arts, Chicken Parts and Christmas Starts

        I too was struck by the extremely reasonable prices on the menu. Not a double-digit dollar amount to be seen. Very nice. On another note...

        The Disney Parks Blog just announced a fancy named lunch dining option at DCA (another World of Color "package") for only $29.99 per person! Maybe we could use one of those new restaurants out here too. $30 bucks a head...Aye Carumba!
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