The Travelin Man
you are arguing with the guy who recommends that people go to Bubba Gump Shrimp in New York City.
Process that for a minute.
Yeah, you're right, there's no need to argue with him further. Those who have read his other 'statements of fact' can draw their own conclusions
Both ..... have guidebooks.
Nah, not I. Guidebooks cost money. Money I instead spend carefully at the few decently good eateries in the Disney Parks
T.J. has spent 14 days at Disney in the last 18 months.
I, for one, am very happy for [him].
There are 4 Jacksons
3 of them dearly love Disney
The 4th does not love Disney, quite the opposite
It just so happens that the 4th loves the other three, and has for that reason gone to Disney with them.
Said another way, the 4th would prefer to be eating and vacationing elsewhere, but it isn't all about him.
The 4th still has to eat while in Disney, and wants to find the best possible food experience - which in many cases is barely above average, but is still better than the awful schlock one who does less advance research will find himself eating
The 4th knows other roadfooders are in this same boat, and tries to guide them to the better eats available, knowing that these "good for Disney" eats are still for the most part not "roadfood class" eats.
Finally, the 4th will argue that Le Cellier (in Epcot) is indeed in the Roadfood class in terms of food quality. Cost? Not so much.
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