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Old 10-28-2012, 02:08 PM   #31
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Florida's 49 feels colder because it is a moist cold. I tried telling my sister that when she came for a visit from Michigan, but she had to learn the hard way The temp at night was going down into the low 50's and we told her she should bring a warm jacket and she laughed and said that low 50's is warm in Michigan and that our blood must have thinned out since we moved to Florida. She took a light jacket and ended up freezing, believe me I was there with a big "I told you so"
Well, my next plan of action is to talk dh into going in June instead. It's his busy season at work and he hates the heat,while I love it. So it's going to be a tough sell. But, we'll be able to enjoy everything...pool, beach, fireworks, parade. The kids won't have to miss school. We'll be able to get Club level. AND they should have a star wars weekend during the time we want to stay as well. Something my oldest boy would LOVE.

It's really nice to be able to talk this out with extra brains. Thanks for letting me borrow all of yours.
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Old 10-28-2012, 04:27 PM   #32
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Okay, so I think I got him sold! It was too easy. He just wants a day to think on it, but his comment was that he'd rather listen to himself whine than listen to me.

If we move to a different date, are we going to lose any of our money? We are still over 45 days out, so we're okay right? We have the insurance too, will we lose that?
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Old 10-28-2012, 05:13 PM   #33
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Okay, so I think I got him sold! It was too easy. He just wants a day to think on it, but his comment was that he'd rather listen to himself whine than listen to me.

If we move to a different date, are we going to lose any of our money? We are still over 45 days out, so we're okay right? We have the insurance too, will we lose that?
If you change dates and are outside the 45 day window, you will not lose any money, with the exception of the insurance (I think). I have never gotten the insurance, but I think once you get it, it belongs to that reservation and would have to be paid for again on the next reservation (if you wanted it). Hopefully someone with experience with insurance and cancelling/moving dates will be able to give accurate information.
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Old 10-28-2012, 05:57 PM   #34
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If you change dates and are outside the 45 day window, you will not lose any money, with the exception of the insurance (I think). I have never gotten the insurance, but I think once you get it, it belongs to that reservation and would have to be paid for again on the next reservation (if you wanted it). Hopefully someone with experience with insurance and cancelling/moving dates will be able to give accurate information.
Oh that would suck.
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Old 10-28-2012, 07:37 PM   #35
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The Poly is magical for your kids ages. Mine do not want to stay anywhere else. The convenience is amazing and seeing the castle first thing in the morning is lovely. CL will give you a new room! Food is awesome!!
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Old 10-28-2012, 08:24 PM   #36
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I haven't read this whole thread yet but I would definitely go with POR. That's a huge price difference, and you'll still have an awesome time at POR.
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