Walt Disney World & World Travels

Yummy Yummy Yummy – French Slushies!

Posted on: May 28, 2009

Change of plans

It was a rough night last night for DD.   She really wanted to see Neil Patrick Harris at Candlelight Processional, so she toughed it out till the show ended. Her little brother took her “home” as soon as the show was over and let DH & I stay for Illuminations.

I swore to myself that I was not going to miss the slushies in France this trip, so DH & I got ourselves a little treat to have during Illuminations.   He got the Grey Goose slushy & I got the Grand Marnier slushy. Yummy Yummy Yummy!   I can’t believe I’ve missed this all these years!!   If you haven’t tried it, the Grey Goose limon lemonade slushy tastes like a slightly melted lemon italian ice with vodka.   The Grand Marnier slushy tastes like a spiked melted orange sherbert! 

$8.45 each plus tax, total for 2 drinks $18.00 and so worth it! 

The kids reported in when they got to the villa and DD was sound asleep by the time we got back. Unfortunately she was up a few hours later.   By this morning she was feeling better.   Whatever it was, it seems to have left her system  (rather violently)

We decided to take it easy today (just in case) which is how I got caught up on my reports.   After big meals the last two nights and DD still not being really hungry we decided to cancel Chefs de France and just head over to Downtown Disney for the evening.

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