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We are going over to Epcot for dinner tonight. They have the best restaurants if you like ethnic foods or foods from other countries. We will eat at Les Chefs de France. This restaurant has a nice dining room in a sunroom-type atmosphere which gives you a nice view of the folks passing by on the pathway around the World Showcase. There is also another, more formal looking, dining room but it is all the same restaurant. It is all casual dining, so shorts and t-shirts are OK.
This is Les Chefs de France.
As you walk along the showcase pathway past Canada and the United Kingdom you cross a small bridge before getting to France. The view from the bridge is wonderful.
As in the real Paris, this pavilion features a tall Eiffel Tower as its central feature.
There is a wonderful bakery in France. You can buy buttery croissants, sweet pasteries and quick sandwich meals here. Somewhere along the line during our WDW trips we manage to work our way to this bakery and pick up a sweet treat. The courtyard just outside the bakery has tables to sit at to enjoy your pastry or sandwich.
There is also a small but beautiful formal garden to see at the front of the pavilion. At the far back of France you can enter a theater for the presentation of Impressions de France. This is a travel film showcasing the French people and the countryside. It is an exceedingly beautiful film that lasts about 18 minutes. We never miss it when touring Epcot.
We'll never get to the "real France," so this will have to do for us. It works and the best part is we can drive the motorhome to Epcot anytime we feel like it. No airplanes need be involved!
Until next time.....so long for now!