May 4th, 2009

Monorail Saves the Day!

Walt Disney World Diversional Extravaganza — Installment 5

We didn’t get to actually have sex on it, but Saturday night after our delightful dinner at Chef Mickey’s, I noticed toward the end of our monorail ride that the car we were in had emptied out except for us. It was pretty late (about 11:00pm), and the Monorail has tinted windows. We were both feeling somewhat tired, but when I looked around and realized we were the only ones around, I wasn’t about to pass up the opportunity. Thanks to the poles already conveniently located on the monorail, I got to give Rick a private pole and lap dance for his birthday on one of Walt Disney World’s most prominent forms of public transportation. :)

Our respective birthday dinners were a culinary highlight of our trip. For mine, Rick took me to a beautiful restaurant at one of the other nearby resorts that is rated one of the five best steakhouses in the country. For those who aren’t big into eating red meat, it probably wouldn’t have been very exciting, but since we both are — wow. When our primary server (because we seemed to have three servers hierarchically assigned to our table) brought our steaks out, he suggested we cut into them to make sure they were done to our satisfaction. He said they called that the “perfect steak check.” He was carrying a flashlight with which to check them. We had barbecue basil-stuffed shrimp for an appetizer and lobster mashed potatoes (which I had never even heard of) for our side dish. Dessert was a “Chocolate Lava Cake.” It was a very rich dark chocolate cake with a hot liquid chocolate center. It was served with a vanilla bean sauce and Hagen-Daas vanilla ice cream. It was about as amazing as it sounds. The whole meal was so fabulous it was almost ridiculous.

The next night (Saturday night), we went to Chef Mickey’s, which of course was much less about food porn than about having Donald, Goofy, Pluto, Mickey, and Minnie visit our table. Donald came by first, by which I was delighted because he may be my favorite of the five, Minnie being a close second. He blew me a kiss as we posed for a picture. :) Pluto seemed particularly enthusiastic about it being Rick’s birthday, and Mickey seemed to get a kick out of my not knowing how to use Rick’s camera phone (demonstrated by my holding it upside down as I tried to take a picture). All in all it was a great time.

The dessert there was a return (for me at least) to food porn, as they had a serve-yourself ice cream station with soft-serve chocolate, vanilla, and swirl ice cream and a selection of toppings that looked like a candy store. I got to pile Oreos on my cup of swirl until they were falling off. On that note, I have really been eating like crap this week — I have probably not indulged in so much non-whole-grain flour and refined sugar in such a limited time in literally years. Ugh. Yummy though!

Now we’re almost finished packing…it’s almost hard to believe we’re leaving tomorrow. What an amazing week. Then it’s off to bed; checkout is already earlier than we’d even like to be up in the morning….


”Be our guest, be our guest, put our service to the test, tie your napkin ’round your neck, cherie, and we’ll provide the rest…”
-from “Be Our Guest” from Beauty and the Beast

4 Responses “Monorail Saves the Day!”

  1. JM Stone says:

    Sounds like you had a wonderful time, and those dinners sound divine! Love the steak check ;)

    Hope the return flight is uneventful!

  2. Erobintica says:

    I remember one night, BC (before children) when Mr. E and I rode the Disneyland monorail late at night – we got to be in the very front – so cool -plus I believe I got a little groping in. ;-)

    Those dinners sound wonderful! Sounds like you had a good time.

  3. A lap/pole dance on the monorail? A vacation to remember. And whew, it’s hot in here with that food porn. I don’t eat red meat, but I could just skip right to the dessert….


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