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Old 06-14-2010, 07:16 AM   #151
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Wow! You got a ton of stuff done during EMH! It's fun to be at the MK so late at night. The Wishes dessert party sounds sooo good. Maybe on a future trip...
Maybe December 2010?? How's the planning coming along?

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This always interests me
POC at DLR wins hands down because it is longer, containing more scenes than the WDW version.
(Of course being stuck in a boat jam for 20mins in the one scene spoils it a little )

As for BTMRR - night is awesome!!!
The Paris one is my favourite but I think WDW followed by DLR would be 2nd and 3rd.

Sigh....I'm really missing the Magic Kingdom after reading this
thankfully I'm munching on a BC Gingerbread Shingle as I read so I'm not drooling
Keep munching. More food porn coming up in Day 7 (particularly for Dinner!).
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Day 7 and Cape May - It’s all about the beachwear (no food porn, sorry!)

When I was originally planning this trip, I had booked a “just us” character breakfast at Cape May. However, after our EMH night at MK, we all found it pretty difficult to wake up in the morning. (What was I thinking??? I must have obviously not thought about attending pm EMH at all!!)

We ended up being only about 15 minutes later than our original ADR time. We were all a little bit slow this morning and so I forgot to take food pictures.

I enjoyed my breakfast at Cape May – it was less crowded than Tusker House and there was a very leisurely feel to the whole morning. For the record – I thought that the breakfast at Tusker House was better from a food selection and diversity perspective; but there was nothing wrong with Cape May’s.

It must have been a slow morning all round because the CM told us that there were only 3 characters in their Beach outfits for the day.

Goofy kept patting me on the back for some reason.



Donald kept playing patty-cake with DS.



And this one was the highlight for me. I had missed Minnie all of last week! And I just love her beachwear. This picture with Minnie meant that my collection with the Fab 5 was complete for this trip.



[Up next – DHS by day, Boardwalk by night (yes, food porn)]
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Well you & DS look darn good for so little sleep..EMH are the best thing since....Mickey Mouse.... aren't they? I never saw Minnie in this beach wear how cute looking forward to your next episode (but I plan to have dinner in my tummy first )
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Mmmmm that turtle looks delicious!! I love macadamia nuts!
What a great night for EMH's....how great that you were able to walk on everything you wanted
Remind me never to ride BLSRS with you!!! What a great average score you had all week!!


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(But I prefer POC at DLR - there is at least one more drop at DLR than at WDW.)
Totally agree with this! POTC in DL not only has an extra drop, it is quite a bit longer as well. I used to love the Pirates ride at WDW, and I still enjoy it, it just pales in compairson to it's counterpart on the west coast, as does Space Mtn.......
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Wow that's great! I've only managed to snag Goofy and Donald and Minnie. Never Mickey! I hate waiting forever.
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Well you & DS look darn good for so little sleep..EMH are the best thing since....Mickey Mouse.... aren't they? I never saw Minnie in this beach wear how cute looking forward to your next episode (but I plan to have dinner in my tummy first )
I don't know where DS keeps his EverReady Battery - but he just seems to go and go and go and go and go....
I might have been fine in the morning; but the afternoon was a different story!

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Mmmmm that turtle looks delicious!! I love macadamia nuts!
What a great night for EMH's....how great that you were able to walk on everything you wanted
Remind me never to ride BLSRS with you!!! What a great average score you had all week!!


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DH and DS never ride with me anymore . But I'm totally abysmal at TSM!

And yes, you're right. I'm going to spend some time this weekend getting a "might not return" ticker organised and updating my profile with the ticker and thread.

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Totally agree with this! POTC in DL not only has an extra drop, it is quite a bit longer as well. I used to love the Pirates ride at WDW, and I still enjoy it, it just pales in compairson to it's counterpart on the west coast, as does Space Mtn.......
I'm so glad that I'm not the only one who thinks this!

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Wow that's great! I've only managed to snag Goofy and Donald and Minnie. Never Mickey! I hate waiting forever.
We love Character Breakfasts for this reason....hate standing in line waiting forever too. You got real lucky with all those princesses!!
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Day 7 @ DHS – defying gravity, music, motors and lycra mania

A benefit of staying in an Epcot resort is the proximity to not just Epcot but DHS. After breakfast at Cape May, we chose to take the Friendship boat to DHS instead of walking or driving.

We were through the gates at 9.45 am, which was late for us. We didn’t linger around Hollywood Blvd; my two boys are really into the Guitar Hero rock music. So, it was only natural that our first stop was here.



I wanted to head off for TSM fastpasses but with standby time of 10 minutes, we got in line.

We were all nervous about going upside down. Afterall, if humans were meant to defy gravity, we would all have self-inflatable balloons instead of lungs. And we would be breathing helium; not an oxygen/nitrogen mix. But I figured that the Disney magic would keep us in the right place, like this car.



And I was right! RnRC is a now family favourite. When we came out, standby was still 10 minutes so we rode it again.

And DS scored big with a new t-shirt. Is it just me; or did anyone else notice that tie-dye was back in fashion at the World?



The boys rode RnRC a third time – I declined because that headache was starting up again and my cough was so bad that I barely heard any of the Aerosmith music during my second ride. Perhaps the pm EMH was also catching up on me.

Whilst the boys were doing RnRC for the third time, I looked over at ToT and contemplated the stand-by queue of 10 minutes. Anyone who has read my PTR will know that I had my own real life experience of ToT in an office building. I was in a lift that free-fell about 6 floors before the emergency brakes took hold. I had been determined to experience ToT this time.
Just call me chicken!

Instead I rushed off to get fastpasses for TSM and by the time I got there, the return time was out to 1.55 pm!! Not a good sign – this probably meant that there were a lot of people in the park already!

The boys got sidetracked at another character spot.

Sometime real soon, DS will work out whether he loves or hates Lotso. For the moment, he played it safe!



I managed to weave some teleportation magic and got there in time for this memory. For me, this is my all time favourite Mickey’s costume.



By this time, the extended family called us to say that they had arrived. We met them near the hat, where we saw some favourite friends.

I think someone’s been on a diet…



And I defy anyone to be miserable on a day like today!



We headed to the Beauty and the Beast stage, as it was close on show time. We didn’t catch this show 5 years ago because it clashed with Indiana Jones and the timings didn’t ever work out for us. So, I’m really glad to have been able to see this today. I love the music and I think that Beauty and the Beast is one of the two cartoon musicals that revived the Disney brand in the 90’s (the other being The Little Mermaid).

We headed back to RnRC after the show – DH, DS, DB and my niece wanted to do the ride and the rest of us waited for them. Stand-by time was 20 minutes; so my fears of a crowded park were unfounded (so far).

I then headed back to TSM to see if I could pick up another set of fast passes for the entire family. Stand-by was 75 minutes; and return time was 3.30 pm!

The rest of the family decided it was time for lunch! Despite the fact that today was the first day that we were no longer on the Quick Service Dining Plan, we ended up at yet another Counter Service eatery –Rosie’s All American Café.

I got the double Cheeseburger.



I won’t be rushing back here.

DS got the Chicken Breast nuggets.



DH got the Green Salad; probably the pick of the lot.



We then all ran towards the Streets of America – there was only one performance of Lights, Motors, Action! Stunt show left for the day. And this was the one show that I was determined to make!

5 years ago, we got fast passes for the 4.30 pm show. But it was a very hot day and DS decided to have a rare meltdown that day. We ended up having to give the fast passes away and leave the park early.

We managed to find great seats and video taped the entire show! Sorry – no photos! I’m so glad I saw LMA this time round – we just loved all the stunts; and I now really wish that we had made this show 5 years ago as well.

The extended family wanted to linger down the Streets of America and our fast pass window was up; so we headed to do TSM.

I definitely think that this park is defying gravity somehow!



I might be queen of BLSRS; but I’m beyond pathetic on TSM. Both DH and DS beat me hollow on this ride (everytime here and in DLR)! I feel a little guilty now that we didn’t offer our fast passes to the nephew and niece then; but I really love TSM and we got to the park earlier to pick these up.

We arranged to meet up with the rest of the family in Streets of America. All that to-ing and fro-ing from one end of the park to the other was not good for my headache and I decided to call it a day. The BCV resort and bed beckoned!

I also knew from experience that the afternoon at DHS was going to be spent in search of lycra – specifically multicoloured lycra.

The 3 kids had indeed spotted the rainbow materials and were starting to chase photographs and autographs. I only had one question in mind - I wonder how much Body Glide these 5 go through in a week?



When the boys headed back to BCV later in the day, I gather from the boys that the rest of day panned out as expected.

Some of the extended family ended up catching the Indiana Jones afternoon show.



The family also redeemed their TSM fast passes at the appropriate time. Check out the 90-minute stand-by time! I figured that the park was busy; and everyone was standing in line here!



We got a full set of the lycra colours photographs and autographs, which pretty much took up all the rest of the afternoon.







Pink and yellow are missing from the above set because they contain all 3 kids and I don’t have permission to post pictures of my nephew and niece.

And DS looked like he had a great day.



I just have one other thing to include about our DHS day. On my way out, I remembered to stop at Starring Rolls and drooled over all the cupcakes, particularly the Chocolate Butterfinger cupcake and the Marble cupcake. I ended up buying a Chocolate Butterfinger cupcake, taking it back to BCV and storing it in the refrigerator. We ended up eating this a couple of days later.

I now know and understand what all the fuss is about the Starring Rolls cupcakes. This is easily by far, hands down, the best cupcake I’ve ever tasted….EVER!
Even though the cupcake was a couple of days old, the cake was still moist and fluffy. The chocolate fudge in the center was creamy and chocolate-y without being overly sickly sweet and the Butterfinger frosting on top of the cupcake perfectly balanced the cupcake and fudge.

And for anyone who has yet to taste this delectable snack – Beware! It is incredibly rich and filling. It took the 3 of us to make a reasonable hash at finishing the cupcake!

[Up next – Around the Boardwalk, an Iron Chef dinner and SAB at night]
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Isn't RnRC the best?! I too waited a long time to ride it because I was afraid of the upside down part, but once I finally got on, it became one of my favorite rides in all of WDW!

I love the pic of your DS jumping for joy at the end of the day

Uggggg, you had to bring up the cupcake, didn't you?! I missed out on it and I was already kicking myself for it, now I'm even more bummed! I need another trip ASAP!!!
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I am surprised that RNRC didn't aggravate your headache I love the ride but after this last trip I am done with it....it hurts my head soooo much that I can't even enjoy it. I have no problem with the upside down, etc...it just jerks me around too much and makes me feel like my brain is being compromised!!
Starring Rolls is such a must do for me!! The layout is a little tricky with people wanting to toast bagels and such but it is worth the wait for a look at that delicious case of treats!!

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Isn't RnRC the best?! I too waited a long time to ride it because I was afraid of the upside down part, but once I finally got on, it became one of my favorite rides in all of WDW!

I love the pic of your DS jumping for joy at the end of the day

Uggggg, you had to bring up the cupcake, didn't you?! I missed out on it and I was already kicking myself for it, now I'm even more bummed! I need another trip ASAP!!!
We loved RnRC for the music, going upside down and the DARK!

And sorry for bringing up the cupcake...but it really was good . I think you need another trip ASAP as well.

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I am surprised that RNRC didn't aggravate your headache I love the ride but after this last trip I am done with it....it hurts my head soooo much that I can't even enjoy it. I have no problem with the upside down, etc...it just jerks me around too much and makes me feel like my brain is being compromised!!
Starring Rolls is such a must do for me!! The layout is a little tricky with people wanting to toast bagels and such but it is worth the wait for a look at that delicious case of treats!!

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It was fine the first time...I think the adrenalin helped numb the pain. And then I made the mistake of getting on a second time.

Yes, I was surprised by the layout at Starring Rolls. There was only me and another couple in the shop when I got there and even then we were tripping over each other. Still, it was worth it for the cupcake .
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Day 7 @ Night – Boardwalk, Iron Chefs and SAB

WARNING! Do not read without having anything to munch on at hand!

When the boys got back, they headed straight for SAB. I stayed back to rest some more.

I have it on good authority (my doctors’) that the best thing you can do when you’re sick is to rest, stay in bed and dose up on chicken soup. It’s such a pity that I’ve never been good at following advice! I figured that I still had to eat and there was no sign of good chicken soup around.

So, after their swim, we decided to head out and check out the Boardwalk.

We walked round Crescent Lake.



And were pleased to find signs of local wildlife.



And there were even some along the lake.



The Boardwalk promised another fun-filled night of discovery ahead for us.



And it didn’t disappoint. We enjoyed going in all the shops and watching the street entertainers at the Boardwalk, whilst we were checking out an appropriate place for us to eat.



It was a close call with the Flying Fish but we decided that we wanted to hob-nob with the celebrity Iron Chef tonight.



We had been advised that there would be a 30-minute wait for the table and were handed our buzzer.



It ended up being less than 10 minutes.

We were seated where we could see the kitchen flames.



After checking out the Dessert Menu first, we ended up deciding on ordering Appetizers and Entrée.

DH stuck with his vegetarian diet and chose Spiro’s Greek Salad.



Easily the best salad we’ve had on this trip. Such a shame we didn’t get to meet Spiro to thank him!

DS was happy with the Kouzzina Spreads of pita bread, harissa yoghurt, kalamata fig and chickpea hoummus dips.



We were pretty pleased to share in the leftovers!

I picked the Saganaki….only about 1/3 of the serving is shown here.



Melbourne (Australia) is arguably the food capital of Australia and we are spoilt for food choices. There is a pretty large Greek population in Melbourne and we’ve had saganaki - not just in Greece, and the Greek restaurants in Melbourne, but also homemade by our Melbourne Greek friends. So, we know that Saganaki is all about the cheese and the blend of lemon juice and herbs used for balance and flavour to go with a mouthful of salt! On the All-Ears menu, it states that the dish is comprised of seared Halloumi Cheese with Lemon and Oregano.

Our CM at Kouzzina told us that the kitchen had been experimenting the Saganaki and was using Kefalograviera cheese (which is the cheese that our Greek friends use); and, as well as lemon juice and oregano, they had also added capers to the dish.

Although the bread was a little tough, this Saganaki was the best individual dish we had on this trip. It was really delicious!

We could have easily left the restaurant at this stage. The appertizer servings had been huge….and then entrée was served!

DH ordered the Spiced Briami; Oven-roasted Vegetables, Oregano, Mazithra Cheese served with Herbed Orzo.



This was excellent and full of flavour.

DS ordered the Pastitsio; Greek-style Lasagna with Bucatini Pasta, Cinnamon-stewed Meat Sauce, and Bechamel.



Easily the pick of the night and it was such a big meal that we boxed roughly 1/3 of it to take back with us. The meat sauce was delicately flavoured by the cinnamon and there was an unctuousness about the whole dish that just left you wanting more.

I had the Wood grilled Flank Steak - with fresh Herb Saltsa and Kouzzina Potatoes. I order the meat medium rare.



I hadn’t had much meat to date and looked forward to my steak. Unfortunately, the steak didn’t quite match my expectations. You may not be able to tell from the picture but the outside of the steak was a little bit burnt (perhaps they might need to tone down the flames in the kitchen) and I ended up with a medium/well-done steak. The herb saltsa was delicious, although it had a little bit too much garlic for my tastes, and it was a perfect accompaniment for the steak. The potatoes were not cooked to my taste; I thought they were a little soggy (I don't know how you make soggy potatoes but they were!), so I didn't end up eating them.

We walked back to the BCV whilst taking in the sights of the Boardwalk lit up at night.



We enjoyed the ambience and theming of the Boardwalk.


(That’s our leftover boxed dinner in DS’s hands.)

Whilst not as green as POR, there were still patches of grass at the Boardwalk.



We also checked out the entertainment on offer at the beach…



G-Force was showing on this night.

For us, the highlight of the BCV is the 2 acres of real estate dedicated to Storm Along Bay, with the sand bottom pools.



It was such a shame that the main slide was closed for refurbishment. This baby slide just didn’t cut it with DS.



But, we loved the lazy river and ended up spending 2 or 3 afternoons here.



We also tried very hard not to get sucked in by the whirlpool, without much success. We just kept going round in circles!



And in the quietness of the night, this resort also felt like…home.



[Up next – Whoops! We forgot the Mother's Day and Birthday presents…and another DisMeet]
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Wow! Mother of updates!

First off - sounds like a great nite with EMH in the MK! A trip highlight from the sounds of it. And probably even better given that it was not planned, and you guys decided to put the camera away! Sometimes the greatest way to experience things is real and "in person", not behind the lens. I can sometimes forget that!

You had me dizzy recounting your travels in HS! No wonder you had to go back to the resort to rest!

I have never tried a Starring Rolls cupcake. You just now convinced me that I need to!

Thanks for the helpful review of Kouzzina. I have heard mixed reviews of this place since day 1 and opted not to go as I didn't want to risk being disappointed. Your photos have convinced me to give it a shot. I just won't be ordering the steak!

Ahhhh....your nighttime photos of the Boardwalk and the Y&BC make me yearn to be right back there again.

Looking forward to more!
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we got to epcot that day about 1ish and although i would have loved to try to find you all, it was too hot for me and we didnt stay long. i even wore my orange crocs and welsh rugby shirt like i said i would!!!!!!!!!!!
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We really enjoyed Kouzzina when we ate there in September, but I have never heard a good review of the steak. We had the Vongole (which was a little more sausage than clams), the Spanokopita, the Fisherman's Stew and some cheese dessert that I can't remember the name of. It was all excellent.

I'm glad you could add a favorable review to the naysayers out there!

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