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    Has anyone taken a tour of Rainforest Cafe? I've seen that you can take a tour (from their website)... Just wondering if anyone has and how much it is? I'd love to call but it's so expensive to call Florida from Nova Scotia. With my long distance plan, it's very expensive to call the US. (Almost 90 cents a minute)

    Thanks in advance for your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaBretonne2002
    Has anyone taken a tour of Rainforest Cafe? I've seen that you can take a tour (from their website)... Just wondering if anyone has and how much it is? I'd love to call but it's so expensive to call Florida from Nova Scotia. With my long distance plan, it's very expensive to call the US. (Almost 90 cents a minute)

    Thanks in advance for your help.
    The free "tour" they are talking about is the sights and sounds of the restaurant. They also want you to "tour" the gift shop where you can buy some pricey souvenirs. The Rainforest has many visual and sound effects during your dining experience. The most pronounced is the "thunderstorm" that happens even few minutes. You are bound to see it as the service is usually very slow due to the popularity of the place at the AK. Count on at least an hour or so. There is also one at the Marketplace of Downtown Disney. There are animimatronic figures of jungle animals and there is a neat aquarium at the end of the queue. The food is pretty good, but relatively expensive.
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    Don't forget that there are other Rainforest Cafe locations around the US/world that may be viewed at a (somewhat) cheaper price.

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