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Old 5 Aug 22, 10:10 PM  
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What do you eat for breakfast in your hotel room?

It's suddenly dawned on us that we've not really thought about breakfast for our fast approaching trip.
We're staying at POR, 2 adults and 2 children (10 & 5). We need to eat before hitting the parks for Rope Drop otherwise there will be 'hanger' issues! Plus, we don't really want to waste time eating breakfast in the hotel or park restaurants.
What do you do?
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Old 5 Aug 22, 10:22 PM  
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We always take variety packs of cereal with us, along with plastic bowls and spoons. We just buy milk from the resort shop and keep it in the fridge
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It's suddenly dawned on us that we've not really thought about breakfast for our fast approaching trip.
We're staying at POR, 2 adults and 2 children (10 & 5). We need to eat before hitting the parks for Rope Drop otherwise there will be 'hanger' issues! Plus, we don't really want to waste time eating breakfast in the hotel or park restaurants.
What do you do?
Usually head to Publix or Target and pick up some pastries and cereal bars for a quick breakfast. Can be eaten on the move if running late which we usually are
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We usually get Lara bars/cereal bars from Walmart. Also plenty of things to pick up at the quick service food court the night before, cereal, pastries, oats and yoghurt etc
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Usually keep some snacks that can double as breakfast in the room. Last trip I bought things at the resort food court the night before (e.g. brownies!) and ate that in the morning.

Upcoming trip - will either bring or buy some cereal or cereal bars...
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I always take a couple of boxes of cereal from home with me. If you take the packets out of the boxes they are relatively small and weigh very little. I also take plastic reusable bowls and cutlery. Buy a huge carton of Milk to keep in your fridge and you have a quick and easy breakfast/supper. You also know youll enjoy the cereal, many similar//identical brands in the USA are actually made differently and taste different.
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Another vote for cereal bars. We do a Garden Grocer delivery of essentials / room snacks. The cereal bar keeps us going until 11ish when the QS places open fully. We then find that we are eating outside of busy times. We sometimes grab breakfast in the parks if we are eating at TS: Starbucks, Woody's (HS), Gaston's (MK), France (EC) and Yak and Yeti CS in AK are among our go to places.
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We take cereal (plastic ikea bowls, cutlery etc) and cereal bars. This time Im heading to asda the day before we go to fill any gaps in cases with things like pain au chocolates, longer date croissants etc which I will put in tubs to avoid them being flat when we open the cases! Will buy milk in hotel until we get to a supermarket. Then Ill also buy fruit to at least feel like were eating something healthy!
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We have cereal normally on park days and then we will eat out somewhere if were having a rest day (although we dont have many of them) 🤣
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