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    Default Keys to the Kingdom tour or.... ?

    Hi - There are 4 couples going in the fall for Food and Wine Festival. Since we are going without the kids (horrible, aren't we!) we were thinking about doing a tour. Anyone have any suggestions, insight, thoughts, comments, etc about any of the tours. We were looking at Keys to the Kingdom tour but are open to suggestions.

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    Another tour you might want to seriously consider is Undiscovered Future World at Epcot. We've done both UFW and KttK, and both are great. We enjoyed Undiscovered more than Keys, though. I'm sure the tour guide had a lot to do with that. Both tours are similar, just in different parks.

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    We haven't done the Undiscovered Tour Steve references but have done Keys to the Kingdom and enjoyed it greatly.
    Linda aka: Faline
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    I'd recommend you check out the Wanyama Safari at Animal Kingdom Lodge. It's quite expensive, but is one of the most interesting tours we've done at Disney. And if you are going to for F&W festival, the tour itself is an extension of that - being about the animals, and then food and wine pairings at one of the most amazing restaurants on property - Jiko. Just maybe something to look into..... enjoy your trip! Disney World is awesome with kids - and awesome without them sometimes, too!

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    backstage magic . its a little pricy but it's 7 hors and does a lot, with lunch at wilderness lodge
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    Thanks for all the suggestions. This is great information!!

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