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^Does this mean you are finally going to the Holy Land Experience? Better yet, send Bryan and Adam there!


Now there is an attraction worthy of a true Erik & Smisty, Bryan & Adam Orlando All-Stars team-up!


What do you say, guys?

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As much as I don't like the idea of four people that I like giving Holy Land money...I agree the resulting Photo TR could be epic enough to warrant a slight overlook.


But it is still free to the public one day a year, isn't it?

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Let's see what will happen when athetists visit the Holy Land Experience.


Obviously, I don't want to give these people any money. On the other hand, I'm even less interested in going there (or, really, anywhere) on special free day. But I do want to see it--both from a completest standpoint, and out of morbid curiosity.


If I am going to do it though, I want to make sure that it's epic. So the team-up idea seems like a good way to help justify it. Smisty and Bryan are on board, but no word from Adam yet.

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[Edit: Unfortunately, the physical Hula Dog (or, as it was later know, "Kona Dog") building has closed. However, they now apparently have a food truck!? -Erik]


When it comes to food, I think it's safe to say that I'm a bit more "Oddventurous" than Smisty. So I ended up going to this next place by myself....


Hula Dog


Located on I-Drive, near Wet 'n Wild, beneath a giant billboard advertising McDonald's (natch), Hula Dog offers "authentic Hawaiian-style hot dogs."


I've never actually been to Hawaii, so I'm in no position to judge their authenticity. But Hula Dog was opened about three months ago by a guy who was stationed in Hawaii and apparently really liked their hot dogs.


Help me, magic surf board! How does this work??


Below this are more boring ingredients you can get if you prefer your hot dogs a bit less Hawaiian. But what fun would that be?


Ta-da! The bread is very soft, and pretty much covers the entire dog. What you see here cost me about $7.50.


If I have a complaint, it's that the hours are a bit unpredictable. (I can't stand when a place is closed between "lunch" and "dinner.") But I guess you have to kind of expect that when it's just a couple of guys bootstrapping a new business and trying to do everything themselves. And, in any case, the hot dogs are really good!


I don't get it.

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