As a finale to Alia’s birthday week & our visit with Landon’s family, we had lunch at Akershus in Norway at Epcot. I’ve always wanted to go there, but was waiting until I had a little girl old enough to appreciate it. She did 🙂
The food was good. I think the price is more about the experience (thankfully Cast Discounts help with that!) but I especially liked the appetizer platter. Landon ordered the Kjottkake (Norwegian meatballs) & said that was great too. Alia was the only one who appreciated the traditional Norwegian rice pudding. Of course the kids enjoyed visiting with all the princesses. Once Kaden’s food came though he told them he was too busy eating to stop for a picture. Time for food! Alia ate about 2.3% of what was on her plate. The princesses gave Alia a card they all signed, & a birthday cupcake too!After hanging out in Norway for a couple hours during a rainstorm, we got to see Daddy play the 7 & 8 o’clock shows in the U.K.And a visit to the UK is never complete without stopping in to see Tigger & Pooh. It’s really one of the most unique character experiences at Disney in my opinion, I love the details all around Christopher Robin’s room.And would you believe that after this whole day when I asked Alia what her favorite part was, she said “watching daddy’s show. I love watching his show.” Even beat the princess lunch!