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Old 11-01-2010, 07:30 PM   #16
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I found it!! Great TR so far, it sucks for us being soooo far from the world! Looking forward to food porn!
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You know, even though it would have been awesome to have a picture of all seven of us in front of the castle, I think you guys really needed to crash that night So it's a good thing you forgot about 3am EMH
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Old 11-02-2010, 02:26 AM   #18
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I think the cheapest fare we could get to Orlando from N.Z. is on United. We'd have to fly to Sydney and then up to L.A. etc so takes a lot longer than on an Auckland - L.A. direct flight. It doesn't really make sense to go backwards and then forwards if you know what I mean! But, the real kicker is the lack of in-seat entertainment as there is no way I could do without that on long haul flight when travelling with our children!
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Loving your TR. We were down the back in the Ranchos section as well. I so know how you felt, in the end I thought the same just get me a bed! It wasn't until about two days into our trip I thought to myself I really should of stood my ground and got a closer room. Hope you liked the resort though, we found it had all we needed.
By the time I got to the 2 days stage, it was time to pack up and leave !
I'm planning to have a whole post dedicated to CSR...took heaps of photos.


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United has actually addressed the issue of leg room by having Economy Plus for years, which is six inches of extra legroom in a section just behind Business. For a few hundred dollars you can get an annual membership that allows you and another person travelling with you to get Economy Plus seats with ANY economy ticket on all United flights, both international and domestic, for a year.
I looked into the annual membership and in the end decided against signing up. I had thought to just pay the extra money at check-in for Economy Plus but in the end it never happened. We normally look for a carrier that has in-seat entertainment simply because it would be too painful to travel with DS without it.

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What a marvellous 1st 24 hours! I don't know how much better Delta will be compared to United. I've heard so many horror stories. Will just hope for the best I think! Or perhaps consider that marriage breakdown...

CAn't believe I missed being the first person to mark a post here on your TR!
I think that if we do end up travelling in January to California and DH has tickets for United; that DS and I will just travel on Air NZ, VAust or Qantas.

I also can't believe that you weren't the first person to mark a post on my TR .

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Oh I am so tired reading about your day of travel
I so regret not being able to meet up with you. I received your message later that day (we spent most of Tuesday at the pool and then DTD) and tried to call you back later in the night but it was not going through I was having a difficult time keeping 3 other girls together so that proved to be a bit of a challenge for me during the trip
I am looking forward to your trip and all of your (always) wonderful pictures

Tracy
Aww. I'm really sorry I missed you too. It would have been nice to have another drink together. I'm keeping an eye on your girls only PTR thread and enviously wondering how I can scheme a trip at the same time!

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That long haul is so not fun, but what can we do? Glad you made your connection and arrived safely.

We flew United from LAX to JFK and they were fine internally. I actually found the crew to be the friendliest of all the US flights. I have flown UA to the USA many years ago and don't really remember the details but we are firmly a QF family now.
Yes. Definitely happy to fly with them internally again.

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I found it!! Great TR so far, it sucks for us being soooo far from the world! Looking forward to food porn!
Thanks! Glad you found it too.

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You know, even though it would have been awesome to have a picture of all seven of us in front of the castle, I think you guys really needed to crash that night So it's a good thing you forgot about 3am EMH
If I had remembered it was 3 am EMH, I would have so been there! I knew it was EMH but thought it was a midnight close - for some stupid reason! Maybe I was still working in Melbourne time.

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I think the cheapest fare we could get to Orlando from N.Z. is on United. We'd have to fly to Sydney and then up to L.A. etc so takes a lot longer than on an Auckland - L.A. direct flight. It doesn't really make sense to go backwards and then forwards if you know what I mean! But, the real kicker is the lack of in-seat entertainment as there is no way I could do without that on long haul flight when travelling with our children!
I do know what you mean. On our return flight, there were a number of Kiwis on board. They flew from LA to Sydney, then Melbourne and then on to Auckland. I will never complain about having to route through Sydney again! (Okay - maybe not this year! No promises for next year )
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Oh my, I'm totally exhausted just reading about your travel day. I think I would have been questioning the wisdom of all that travel for just 3 days in WDW by the time I finally arrived!

Mom & I were in Ranchos too, 7B I think, I'd have to look back at my pictures to be sure, and yes, it's a really long way from the main building! Thankfully they offered to take you to your room

Can't wait to see all your pics!
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Oh my, I'm totally exhausted just reading about your travel day. I think I would have been questioning the wisdom of all that travel for just 3 days in WDW by the time I finally arrived!

Mom & I were in Ranchos too, 7B I think, I'd have to look back at my pictures to be sure, and yes, it's a really long way from the main building! Thankfully they offered to take you to your room

Can't wait to see all your pics!
Hi Michelle! Thanks for stopping by.

It was a long travel day; but so worth it! I'll try and keep my TR moving along.....
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Coronado Springs Resort

The plan:

DH still has to confirm accommodation but at this stage I am assuming that we will be checking into Coronado Springs Resort before crashing!

….And DH has confirmed that we are booked into the Coronado Springs Resort for 4 nights. He's just sent me the confirmation number, and it shows that I'm also booked in as a guest.


The reality:

Coronado Springs Resort was going to be our WDW home for the next 4 nights. I have to admit that given the choice of all possible Disney resorts, this would have been a resort that I would have chosen to stay at……eventually.

Don’t get me wrong, I am more than aware that I was in the very fortunate position of not just being able to stay at this resort; but also that the stay was courtesy of DH’s company.

It’s just that on paper, the Four Corners/South West theming of this resort is the one that appeals the most to me but also the least. DH and I love the Four Corners area. By choice, we travel to that part of the US as often as possible simply because of the wealth of national parks, hiking and gorgeous scenery that is in overabundance in the states of Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada and Colorado (and I will include Utah in this mix). We just love the combination of beautiful red rock and green pine trees. Because we love it so, I was concerned that the Disney version may not match up to the actual memories I have of this area.

I am happy to say that I was very pleased to have stayed at CSR. It is a beautiful, large resort. Yes, being on the 3rd floor in Ranchos 7A meant that we had a little bit of walk to the main complex; but, DH and I love walking and the morning walk was very pleasant. The pictures of the resort posted below were taken over 3 separate mornings and a couple of afternoons. I just thought it more prudent to talk about our ‘home’ in the one thread; rather than in chronological order of when the photos were taken.

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Mickey detail on the bed accent. Not hidden; but not obvious either.





Bathroom area You'll notice that DH has more toiletries on the LHS than me on the RHS.







Ranchos section. Our bedroom is the one of the 3rd floor, RH side.





View from the outdoor balcony on the 3rd floor. Very pretty at early morning.








Dig site – pool and playground area I haven't yet shown these pictures to DS; who will probably be most indignant when he sees the slide and playground area.











Main complex and Convention centre Love the theming details and colour in this section.













Pepper Market The quietest food court on Disney I've ever been in. Most mornings, the tables were full of conventioneers and I reckon I only saw about 20 families with kids.















The Conclusion:

I would be happy to stay at CSR again.

But, for my money, I preferred POR to CSR. Whilst the rooms are much better appointed in CSR because they have recently been renovated, I found POR to be a greener, cooler resort and felt that the food options in the food court was better at POR. CSR, as a convention hotel, just seemed to lack that little bit of Pixie Dust to me. I found myself having breakfast at Pepper Market with business people; and that just didn’t quite seem Disney to me.

It is, of course, unfair to compare the different Disney resorts but it is impossible for me not to make the comparison of this resort with POR and BCV, where we split-stay in May. I only ask that you keep in mind that comparisons are all about individual tastes and opinion, so I am only presenting my PERSONAL opinion; and I’m not intending to offend anyone who loves CSR out there.

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CSR looks lovely! I'm not sure if I'd ever stay there, though. I spent a week deployed there when I was a housekeeping CM and I hated how far everything was from everything. It's beautiful, though!
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Hi there!! Glad you made it there and back safely!
I do like the look of CSR - as someone who has yet to stay onsite I will say CSR would probably be one resort I wouldn't necessarily consider, but your photos and description certainly make it sound quite good!
I had heard some not so good stories of United, but I didn't realise that they didn't have in seat entertainment - that is the only thing that keeps me (let alone a child!!) going on the long haul flights!
I look forward to hearing and seeing more from your short trip - but you seemed to pack a lot in!
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CSR looks beautiful. I especially liked the outdoor areas. My son liked the pool and playground! He asked if that was where we are staying. Thanks for the photos, nothing beats a real "view" of the resorts rather than beautified promo shots.
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Lovely resort photos! I think if we ever stay moderate as a family again I will chose to stay at CSR - as big as my boys are getting those queen size beds in lieu of doubles is a big deal! That being said, I will agree with you that it doesn't feel quite as 'Disney' as the other resorts I've stayed in, and I don't care for the Pepper Market at all.
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CSR looks like a very nice place to stay. I've heard good things about Pepper Market, however we would never stay there because it costs money, the only places we are now willing to stay at WDW have to accept POINTS!
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CSR looks lovely! I'm not sure if I'd ever stay there, though. I spent a week deployed there when I was a housekeeping CM and I hated how far everything was from everything. It's beautiful, though!
I think all Disney resorts are beautiful. It's just a matter of preference. CSR is very nice and if POR was booked out, I'd be back here like a shot.

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Hi there!! Glad you made it there and back safely!
I do like the look of CSR - as someone who has yet to stay onsite I will say CSR would probably be one resort I wouldn't necessarily consider, but your photos and description certainly make it sound quite good!
I had heard some not so good stories of United, but I didn't realise that they didn't have in seat entertainment - that is the only thing that keeps me (let alone a child!!) going on the long haul flights!
I look forward to hearing and seeing more from your short trip - but you seemed to pack a lot in!
Hi Heather! Nice to see you here! I got some nice photos on this trip and a lot of the time I was thinking about photography....sad, isn't it?

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I thought I had beautiful promo shots; not the real "view"....

Great playground! The only time I felt really really sad at CSR was when I was taking the shots of the outdoor pool and playground. I left this to the last morning because I knew I would miss DS terribly when I saw the playground. It didn't seem so bad on the last day when I knew I was heading back home.

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Lovely resort photos! I think if we ever stay moderate as a family again I will chose to stay at CSR - as big as my boys are getting those queen size beds in lieu of doubles is a big deal! That being said, I will agree with you that it doesn't feel quite as 'Disney' as the other resorts I've stayed in, and I don't care for the Pepper Market at all.
The queen size beds are wonderful to have and a major plus for this resort; but I'm such a food pig that the quality of food overrides everything else!

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If I had POINTS, I'd feel the same way
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Mickey Cheating with Harry: Update 1 – The Plan and the start of Reality

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Sun 24th: Shh...don't tell Mickey, but I'm hoping to Mickey cheat with Harry day...

Assuming we wake up bright eyed and bushy tailed, I am hoping to get down to Harry Potter World. Yes, I know that I'll be cheating on Mickey but this is Harry we are talking about. DH and I are big fans of the books and I think it would be fun to go see the "Hog"-world.

At some point in the day, DH is going to have to head back to the resort and register for the conference.

DH has not said that we shouldn't go; but then again, he hasn't said that we should not not go either...

The good news is that we were having dinner with some of my family tonight and coincidentally they were talking about Harry Potter World at Universal.
DH casually mentioned that he had been thinking about taking some leave to see if he could go and visit HPW in October.

I think I can safely leave well alone on this point...I suspect that DH will be wondering whether it is worth taking an extra day to head out to Universal.


The reality:

DH and I had a discussion about visiting WwoHP during our flight and we decided that we should make it a priority to go; even if it meant we would be there for about 4 hours.

Afterall, we did not get the opportunity in May to go as the park opening had been delayed. And whilst it was going to end up being a very expensive side trip out of the World, it just did not make sense not to spend more money; particularly if it meant that two very huge Harry Potter fans would get to experience HogsWorld in full Orlando glory.

On the flight, we had no idea how we were going to get ourselves from CSR over to IoA especially given that we did not have a car nor did we know 24 hours in advance if we were going to go or not and therefore could not book a seat with Mears. But we figured that these would be petty little details that could be overcome ‘on the fly’.

So, before we crashed into bed last night, we set the alarm for a 6.40 am wake-up. And a wake-up call it sure turned out to be! The plan had been to wake up bright-eyed and bushy tailed. The reality was far from this. But Harry beckoned and we got up and ready.

We walked across to the main complex at CSR to get breakfast to go. I had checked on the DisBoard and knew that if we sat down for a breakfast at Pepper Market, we would be charged 10% for the service fee (tip). In any case, this was not a morning for a leisurely breakfast, as we wanted to get to IoA as quickly as possible. So, we picked up two bagels and cream cheese to go; and some coffee. Sorry, no pictures of the bagels....

We had decided that the best place to work out how to get to the Universal area was to ask at Concierge. Plus, DH was at CSR under a conference booking and his park ticketing arrangements were not standard. I had arranged to pick up DH’s WDW after 2 pm park entry and MNSSHP tickets under Will Call. So, whilst I was picking up his tix, DH enquired about taxis out to Universal.

It turned out that there was a private car right outside CSR waiting to go. I never worked out whether this private car was part of CSR or whether the driver had a special arrangement with the resort; but I suspect it was the former. In any event, this was the PERFECT arrangement for us.
The driver was really nice – he was Moroccan and very chatty. I also knew that the price of a taxi for getting from a Disney resort to Universal one-way was around the $40 mark (including tip). So, I was surprised to find out that he charged $33. He also gave us his personal mobile number and told us to call him when we were ready to head back to the resort. He figured he would need about 30 minutes to get to Universal. Like I said, PERFECT!

We got dropped off at Universal at around 8 am. Yes, I know that the stated opening hours is 9 am; but I had done my research and knew that people would be let in about 15 - 20 minutes earlier.

We got dropped off very close to here; at the Universal VIP drop off point.



This gave us time to take a leisurely stroll along Universal’s City Walk to IoA. DH particularly appreciated this opportunity at this time of the morning…the shops were closed and that meant that I was window shopping and not doing any damage with the plastic fantastic.



And this was taken for the Aussie Dis-ers who like the look of the Coliseum style building.



We were about the 3rd people in-line and I looked enviously across at the Universal resort guests being allowed early entry in. Maybe next time…

Up next: Beeline for HogWorld

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I thought I had beautiful promo shots; not the real "view"....
Awww...PrincessInOz you know I love your photos! And they are beautiful but not doctored if you know what I mean...or do you doctor them...

Anywhoo! On with your TR, I need to know if they did indeed let you in early so I can change my pick up time for when we go to IOP
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