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Old 12-02-2008, 11:44 AM   #1
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Arrow The Fixers’ Thanksgiving:First Class and Spoiled Rotten-TWO NEW!!Page 4; FEB 1st!!!**

I admit it. When it comes to Disney, I have been a Princess in every way the last few years. As I said in my first trip report, we do NOT live this way in everyday life.

Disney is different. I’ve just returned from my fourth trip this year and we live in Tennessee. It’s not exactly Whirlwind Trip territory. Nope. It’s just been the perfect storm of circumstances. We had a fantastic family trip in January that marked our first Disney vacation in 5 years that was just the four of us. Then in early June, my Mom, sisters and I drove to Disney with our six children for my nieces’ first Disney experience. September, of course, was the Maelstrom Meet with my very real cyber friends. I certainly didn’t expect to be there Thanksgiving. In May, though, Shrek's wonderful mother, known as Mee Maw, said that she was thinking about the trip she shared with us five years ago and would love to join us next time we went. That was all Shrek needed to say, Book it, Jam.

Thanksgiving week won over Christmas as the kids had the whole week off this year. Fortunately, we planned it about 182 days out. Perfect. Then we decided to try the Deluxe Dining Plan. Shrek likes to stay on Club Level and requested the Contemporary. Done. Add a few more luxury touches and you’ll begin to understand the title of this report.

Let’s get right to it.
Cast:
Me—Jamal, Jam, The Fixer, FTM, wife to Shrek and Mom to A and E
DH—Shrek, FMD (later), wonderful husband and provider. Ogre with a huge heart. MUST nap every day at Disney. Prone to break out in dance at any moment, much to the embarrassment of…
DS14—A, fantastic teen and lover of Disney and family. Guitarist, soccer player, recent Foodie.
DS8—E, Golden Sunshine, always happy with a plot up his sleeve. Greedy, snuggly, athlete, sugar-addict.
Mee Maw, 81—incredible woman who loves God, family, coffee, and everyone she meets. Most positive, energetic person ever , even after losing beloved Paw Paw last year. Runs circles around us all.

Saturday, November 22 was a cold and rainy one here. Florida was looking good before we left town. Shrek loaded the car with enough luggage (I had warned him..) to carry us (me) through unpredictable temperatures and evening dining wardrobe options. He asked the boys to help while I dried my hair and kissed the light-up magnifying mirror goodbye. I heard a basketball bounce following by a bellowing Shrek asking A if he was crazy for not loading the car. This prompted a window greeting from the neighbor, who must have waked to wish us goodbye. After a lovely car ride to the airport, complete with clear expectations of good behavior and respect, we reached our launching pad.

My dear husband has friends with planes. Yes! We were fortunate enough to pull right up to the side of our chariot, load up the luggage, and take off for the 16 minute flight to pick up Mee Maw. She greeted us with hugs, cheers, and personalized cookies! She announced that if Buzz Lightyear kissed her again this trip, they were engaged.



On the plane, we explained a bit about the itinerary, Deluxe Dining Plan, and Concierge level. It would be an amazing foodathon as we had ADRs for many Signature restaurants. Yes, I’ll tell you all about them. I had requested MK View but was prepared to be happy with Bay Lake View as well. I’m glad Disney has gone back to making those separate reservation options for 2009.


We landed next to the strettttch limousine (Walk This Way!) that would whisk us to The World.




E is all about the hair.

When we arrived at the Contemporary, a Concierge met us downstairs and took us to the 12th floor. We had stayed on the 12th and 14th floors before and definitely prefer 12 with its open atrium. The 14th floor is almost all suites with few King Bed rooms. It would have been tough for us to get connecting rooms there. Besides, I like to wake up to the sound of Chef Mickey’s. Yes! MK view connecting rooms! I insisted everyone wait in the hall while I snapped a few pics. We can mess up a hotel room in 10 seconds flat, with or without luggage. I’m serious.












We last stayed at the CR in 2005, just before the rehab. I thought I would like the new rooms, but they were sleeker and more luxurious than I had imagined! E, designer and architect in training, was enthralled. Even the bathroom was better than I expected as I hung my bag over the towel bar and banished the boys’ toiletries to the shelf under the sink. Perfect.
I immediately called for 14 more hangers (5?? Please…) to use when we returned that evening.

We grabbed some Goldfish and delicious cookies from the Lounge and headed out.







It is just GORGEOUS!!!




It was about 1:30 when we jumped on the AK bus. We had another morning at AK but I was afraid we wouldn’t have time for Lion King AND Nemo on Thanksgiving and I wanted Mee Maw to see both. I should tell you that besides the usual goal of hitting all the parks, I wanted Mee Maw to see all the Deluxe resorts. We got around!

E brought his own messenger bag and offered to carry our wares. This lasted two days. On the bus, I pulled out something and presented it to him: a three year old container of orange Tic Tacs. Over three years ago, the boy had begged me for those Tic Tacs in WalMart. I caved, bought them, stuck them in my purse, and waited for him to ask me for them.

He never did. I kept them. I decided that bus ride was the perfect time to expose him as a greedy, in-the-moment, thing-wanter. We all had a good laugh (he didn’t remember the WalMart day) and the story had an unexpected benefit: he never asked for a thing the entire trip.

In AK, we grabbed some Fastpasses for Everest then headed to the Nemo show. Perfect timing! After the wonderful Nemo show (I may have napped for 10-15 seconds) it was almost time for our Everest FPs. We watched the coaster. Mee Maw said she was game for a meeting with the Yeti. As we walked to the doors, she asked the other observers to watch out for a green jacket flying off the train and to please send help!





She did it! She even liked it! Wow. I hope to be half the woman she is at 81. Everything in her life is to be a celebrated adventure.




We caught the very last safari of the day at 4:45. It was fantastic!





We actually walked out of AK in time to see their new “Kiss Goodnight” with the Fab Four on their trolley. This was a great excuse for Shrek to break out in dance. I thought A would die from embarrassment. He couldn’t hide far or fast enough, which only made Shrek dance more. E loved it.




A is in the orange shirt in the distance.




Our next bus was to AKL for our Jiko ADR.




Shrek and I had eaten at Jiko five years before and I enjoyed it at the Viking Convention 2007, but it felt new to us all. My glass of South African Pinot warmed me right up.

So with the Deluxe plan appetizers come with the meal. Yes. Appetizers, entrée, dessert. Every. Meal. My A has become a connoisseur of cheese plates and ordered one at every opportunity. We’re still amazed, as this is the same kid who LIVED on PB and J and mac and cheese until age 11. We told him to enjoy as we couldn’t afford to feed him that way at home! E was happy with 3 Shirley Temples…

Our server, Nasser, encouraged me to try the chicken. It was delicious! By the way, I will run out of superlatives to describe our food this trip. Sorry. I gobbled up the chicken and goat cheese mashed potatoes. Shrek, A and Mee Maw had the filet. E ate the first of many many macaroni and cheese offerings.

When we were leaving, Nasser stopped by, pointed to E, and asked his name. he said he had a phone call at the front desk! The CM at the host desk played right along and punched a few buttons before handing E the phone. It was Goofy telling him to have a Magical Day! Awwww….

We took a taxi back to the CR where I began the unpacking process. I will say we could have used a few more drawers for 7 nights and 4 people, but Mee Maw offered her room if we needed it. We stored our luggage in her corner and everything else was fine.

We opened our balconies and waited for Wishes to begin. We found the music on the CR TV channel and sat outside to watch. It was bliss! E noticed the boats ‘all in position’ for the Electric Water Pageant. I loved the familiar music of that show, which we could hear from our balcony.

I ended the day with a walk down to the Lounge for a cup of green tea, which was available! Ahhh… now I felt truly pampered. I returned to the room, popped on the free internet for a minute, and fell into bed.




Next up: Magic Kingdom, watching our Titans, a new adventure, and one of the best meals ever!
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I am impressed your dh and mil both rode Everestt. My dh rode it and declared his stomache was in his throat.
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Old 12-02-2008, 12:47 PM   #3
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WOO HOO!!! I am soooo excited to hear all the deets and to see all the pictures from this oh-so-magical trip!

I love love love that picture of you and Shrek, BTW.

Poor A. It is hard to be a teenager with a goofy dad who loves to embarrass you. NOShrek (or his borgtwinbro Jay.... )

I know how busy you are, Jam. THANK YOU for getting this TR in gear so quickly!
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I just found your trip report and am excited to read more. We stayed club level at the Grand Floridian on our last trip and loved it!!! My husband is very much like Shrek in that he starts dancing all the time when he has the chance.
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I'm getting in too.

Hey Jam, I'm in. And I liked the first chapter here. I was a little freaked out by "E", tho.

In the orange sweatshirt with the hair and, especially, the gap between his two front teeth he looks SO MUCH like "T".

My "T".

Also in the very last picture. It's freakyfriday.

And... yet... standing side by side they would look nothing like "E.T."

Thankfully.

Don't you think ZZUB probably looks like E.T.? Tho.

I do. And so I'm thinking of luring him to Canada with a trail of Reese's Pieces. And then locking him in my closet.

To finish the rest of my trip report. For me.


However... judging by the start of this one:


Would you like some candy? My friend?


Back to my initial observation: How come our kids can look so much alike when we don't?

With this I'm trying to tell you that you look so nice in the picture. Too.

I'd also mention that it's pretty cool that you had your own plane to get to WDW.

Ok.

Also... we got a puppy!!!! And it's pretty hard to type with her asleep on my lap here. So I'm gonna sign off for now.

Do you think she'll still want to sleep on my lap at the computer when she's 70 pounds????!!!!

I hope so.

After all... what's an extra seventy pounds around the waistline? NOZZUB.

Heh heh.


Cheers, Mel.



P.S. Mee Maw sounds so great!!!!

Want to make a little octogenarian trade? Of sorts?

I'll even throw in II Duce...errr... The General's famous Desiccated Pork Pie Surprise. Too.

You do eat small suburban game? Don't you?
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Hey, it's a parade of Canadians stoppin' by....

But no talk of the weather.

Just yet.

Jami - I'm in too!

What a great start! Love the pic's, love the CR. I'm so glad MeeMaw rode Everest. What an inspiration! Maybe I will one day in the future, how about September 2041!!

Looking forward to more.

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LOL, E and his RVs. I have a feeling that'll be the first thing he buys after he graduates from his Ivy League college and lands himself a high-paying job! Gosh I hope so. He's already saving his money!

A bike ride after touring Epcot?!?! You, m'dear, are a better person than I. I think I would've been pulling out the Benedryl for E
I've seen you hang at Disney! Adrenaline is in the water there!

Oh, and yes, as I was reading about your bakery approach, I was remembering that mean, mean picture you sent I think Napoleons have too much cream for me, but I'm sure I can find something for you to buy me next time we are there

Anything you want. I can't wait!
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The Fixers always have such upscale visits to the World and jamal, you know how to report them back to us. Thank you for sharing another adventure! I love your reports.
Aw, thank you Jennifer. I hope you have patience, too. I CAN be a Slowpass, but February is looking like a Slowpass here. I should be good to go!

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Jami,

RV's are called "rigs" in camper speak. And make sure E books a pull-through site for his big rig, so he doesn't have to back up. I know this stuff thanks to my 3 year stint in the Wilderness region (WL and FW), so even though I worked at WL, I learned a lot about camping. Those big rigs are TRES expensive, but I'm sure you already know that.

Great update, sounds a wonderful day.
Hi Marita! I'm staring at the pile of 'rig' catalogs E and Shrek just brought home from the local RV and Camper Show. It took him hours to show me everything....

Oh; I could have used you that day!

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An unusual afternoon

So, where were we? Oh yes. We were back at the Contemporary where Shrek and A settled in for their nap. MeeMaw said she might read or go over to the MK to do some shopping. I’m telling you, she never tires.


E and I wanted to explore. I was ready to get on the boat to WL, where I knew we could rent some bikes. For some reason (maybe extra help???) I stopped at the Concierge desk to double-check bike rental locations and prices. The concierge knew nothing, but offered to call. I could have done that. Can you tell I’m a bit bitter? Anyway, he said we’d have to get our bikes at Ft. Wilderness and they closed at 4:00. It was about 2:15 so we were fine. I asked him if he was SURE we couldn’t rent at WL and he said No.

I assumed they were the victims of cutbacks or consolidation and took his word for it. I WANTED to go back to the room and check the internet, but couldn’t risk waking Shrek.

Not.


We waited (important word) for the boat then boarded for Fort Wilderness. Wilderness Lodge was the first stop, but of course (thanks, CM!!) we stayed on. We finally arrived at FW by about 2:45.


Self-portrait skills courtesy of Grammyof2.

I asked about the bike rentals at the marina just as we exited. I scanned the area for bikes. That nice CM informed us we would need to take the INTERNAL (infernal?) bus to stop #Orange/Goofy/17 or something like that.


Blood may have been boiling out of my ears as I thanked him and asked how to get to the Internal Bus stop. He was so SO nice and apologized as he explained that the WL DOES indeed rent bikes. He was honestly embarrassed for his fellow CM (a concierge, no less) and the phone CM who misinformed him.


By this point I was determined to get us on bikes so I patiently waited for all the directions, grabbed E’s hand, and started marching the ½ mile to the Internal Bus Stop.


Those buses are slower than the boats. At 3:20 ‘our’ bus picked us up and began the s-l-o-w loop around FW.


E is so patient, always, by the way. He was happy to be out and on an adventure and shared my goal of finding the bikes. My A would not have waited so well. At all.


The nice bus driver pointed out our stop and the path (still traveling) to the Bike Depot. It was 3:35 as we approached the window but I expected 25-30 minutes of biking would suffice. THAT nice CM smiled and told us we should come back tomorrow as all bikes needed to be returned by 3:45. He also cheerfully informed us that most CR guests find it easier to rent bikes at the Wilderness Lodge.


I felt the tears welling up in me. Evan walked over to the water to look at the ducks, head hanging. I spilled our story to this poor guy, who, though sympathetic, wouldn’t rent us bikes. I understood and didn’t blame him a bit. I thanked him, hung my head, and walked away thinking about our return trip (Internal Bus, walk, boat).



My son, showing a better attitude than mine.


My only impetus was informing that Concierge of his errors. I admit it.


About that time, as I called Evan away from the pond with the sad news, a CM named David rode up on a golf cart. The CM behind the bike desk told him our story and asked David if we would drive us back to the boat.
I could have kissed him. Did I?


David, my new love, asked us if we had seen all the Christmas decorations. I explained that the Campground, RVs and decorations were the reason we wanted to bike in the first place. Well, as luck (God, of course) would have it, David was a huge RV fan who delighted in touring us around the campground! He pointed out his favorite inflatables and lights displays. He told us stories about campers who stay all winter. We met a woman who apologized for having only half her displays set then explained her DH was driving from Pennsylvania with the rest of them. We took a few pictures:










DAVID!!!!


We were happy. My patient E told me we had a great story to share with the rest of the family. He said he had fun and that he never wanted to ride bikes in the first place.


Oh yes he did.


I suppose I was glad he wasn’t disappointed. Isn’t that what we try to prevent in our kids?



Looks miserable, doesn't he?

Back side of Bay Lake Tower:




I confess to finding great joy in pointing out the Concierge’s error. In fact, I was so determined to Fix the information that I stopped by the CR front desk and spoke to the Concierge manager. He was not amused and deeply apologized. He also promised to speak to the Club Concierge, which he did. I did, too. I feel certain he won’t make that mistake again, but it still irks me that he had to make a phone call (I could have done that!) to answer a relatively simple question for a guest. He should have known about the bike rentals (I did, but trusted HIM!) and double-checked when I questioned him in the first place.


Please please know I am not into bashing Disney CMs. I don’t really want to discuss the merits of their Disney knowledge or whether some guests know more. I get it. I still love Disney and appreciate what CMs are expected to know. I told the story to relate my family’s day, not throw that concierge under the bus. CM interaction is one of the bonuses of a Disney vacation. That said, I cannot say enough about David, our FW golf cart chauffeur! He was covered in pixie dust!


Up next: Chef Mickey’s and that wonderful surprise! The next chapter is almost finished. Thanks for hanging with me!
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I saw this camper. LOL
Sorry about your bike adventure.
Me and my dh walked the "path" from Fort Wilderness to the Wilderness Lodge. We were told from a CM it was just a small path way. It was well over a mile.
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He also cheerfully informed us that most CR guests find it easier to rent bikes at the Wilderness Lodge.
Oh my heck, I'd have absolutely LOST it at this point!

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I'm filing this one away in my "15 years with the Mouse and I never knew THAT!" file! Really, I've never been over to the Fort at all, let alone around the holidays. I'm all over it next year.

I'm so glad David helped you guys out and the excursion was salvaged!
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