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Questforthemouse
05-04-2009, 10:55 PM
We're arriving August 16th. Is May 16th considered 90 days or do we have to count back exactly 90 days?

food4me
05-05-2009, 01:55 AM
You have to count back exactly 90 days. There are even a few calculators online specifically for figuring out when your 90 days falls. If you're trying to get a hard-to-get reservation, you'll need to call ASAP on the first day you can make reservations. They open the phone lines at 7:00am Eastern time.

Hope this helps!

Colleen27
05-05-2009, 07:07 AM
You have to count back exactly 90 days. This calculator will do it for you - http://pscalculator.net/allearsnet/pscalcae.php

luckytobeme88
05-05-2009, 10:40 AM
Your 90-day ADR is exactly on 5/18. We will be arriving the same date too. So get your counter set for that day.

DISNEYNY
05-05-2009, 11:52 AM
Same date for us. The phone lines will be busy that day!!

mickeyplanner08
05-07-2009, 11:03 AM
The standard definition of a heat wave is one where the temp is 90 or above for three consecutive days. That seems reasonable, except for the fact that as we head deeper into summer, 90 is easier to hit.For instance, here in Allentown, PA, the average high today is 78. Getting to 90 for three straight days in early June is not easy, so I can accept the definition. However, in July and August, the average high is 83/84. Why is a temp only six degrees higher than average considered a heat wave?? Conversely, in January, our daily high is 34 degrees. No one would consider a high of 28 a cold wave. In fact, I have seen a high of 28 described as "seasonably cold"!! So, why isn't a high of 90 in July considered "seasonably warm" instead of a heat wave??

HUH?!?!:confused3:confused3:confused3