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View Poll Results: Which breakfast plan is better?
Ohana 1 16.67%
1900 PF 5 83.33%
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Old 11-05-2012, 09:57 AM   #1
Join Date: Dec 2010
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1900 PF vs. Ohana for Breakfast-- Read First

We will be at WDW the week of Thanksgiving, and the morning in question is smack in the middle of the trip. The night before we will be out late seeing Fantasmic/Osborne lights and having a late dinner. Players are me and DH, and our DD (5), who is disabled. Due to her disabilities, we cannot do a full day (8am-8pm) straight through because of endurance and limitations on battery power for her ventilator.

Which leads to my question. Original plan was Ohana breakfast (done before) at 7:45 am, followed by the MK, leaving after lunch at BOG to rest at the hotel for the afternoon. Dinner at Narcoosee's at 5:45, and probably pop back into the park for a ride or two after.

A 1900 PF ressie just opened up (and I snagged) for 10:15 that morning. Never eaten there before, but dd loves Pooh and Mary Poppins, and I've heard good things. We could sleep in a little, and then just power through the day, but would have to leave the park after dinner. Also, would probably not have an appetite for lunch at BOG, lol.

Which one sounds like a nicer plan?
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