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Old 02-13-2013, 10:09 AM   #3076
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Btw...wasnt the tip included in the ddp a few years ago? I can't remember for sure but I do remember enjoying the appetizer option much more .
The first time we used the TS/QS dining plan was in 2010, and I remember that we needed to tip at the table. And you can charge tips to you KTTW card, so it all got rather confusing.
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What building is represented by that model? Is it a particular house? It resemebles the Phantom Manor in Disneyland Paris (their version of the Haunted Mansion), but with quite a few differences in details and color palette. Maybe it's some other Victorian manor?

Looks like the Bates Motel to me
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Old 02-13-2013, 10:11 AM   #3078
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It will now & forever be called the MMP! I needed a name for it!!! I am looking at the diff between the Standard BC rooms and the Standard Club Level...for now..I may bump it up, but I feel like if I am not planning I am wasting time! LOL!!So,...We usually go the full week before Thanksgiving, which is the 16th for us this year! Hopefully if they put out room only discounts I will be able to snag one!! Fingers crossed!!
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Check out this site: http://tablesinwonderland.com/

We used it last trip (and the year-long benefits will last through our upcoming trip as well - woohoo). We really like it for the way we used it. We were travelling with my in-laws and planned many TS meals including several signature restaurants - one or two almost every day. It was nice to know that no matter what we ordered: appetizers, desserts, wine, before and after dinner drinks... it was all covered and all 20% off. It more than paid for itself during our trip (I wish I had calculated everything we spent and saved, but I never did ).

It works perfectly with a family. One card is all you need. When using it for multiple families (it's good for parties up to 10) it still works, but they will only bring one bill. You have to divide it yourself. However, there were one or two places that were willing to seperate the check and apply the discount to both.
What great info... I will have to think about it over the next few weeks. We only have 2 TS meals planned for this trip. Too bad HH & BCMarketplace are not QS spots where we can get the discount, or it would be a no-brainer.

I only think I will have one or two TS meals when I go in the Fall.

I guess in addition to my MMP (goodness I am loving all the abbreviations in this post, ), I will do a little math to see if it pays to join. I don't see myself going to any of the special events (not just at this time anyway), though they seem lovely.

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I was wondering (after reading MickeyT, Dee and NinjaMoms reviews of DP) just how easy is it to "split" an entree at a tableservice restaurant? I see lots of people mention doing it but I was wondering if restaurants frown upon it or is it a common request?
As others have said, VERY easy. We do this all the time because the portions at WDW are huge. We've been using TIW for the past several trips, so I'm not sure how it works on the dining plan anymore. But Disney very frequently offers to split an entree in the kitchen - which is so easy for us and looks so nice - much better presentation than when we have to scoop it onto another plate at the table!

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You may want to check out Tables in Wonderland too. Lots of guests use that and find it saves them considerable money when they decide to go without the dining plans.
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I need to do some research on TIW. Do you like it? Is it per person or per family? I have an AP. So, am I right in thinking I only need 1 TIW membership for my family of 5?

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We LOVE TIW!!!! We've spent a total of 15 nights at WDW over the past 12 months (not FL residents, just AP holders) and for our family of 5, it's been a great deal. We usually do two TS meals per day, so that's a lot of savings! Our 2010-11 TIW card covered 17 nights at WDW over the life of our APs. Again, huge savings! We purchased ours when they were $75 for AP holders - just one TIW card per family. It's still a great deal at $100.

With TIW, you have complete flexibility in ordering and it covers wine, beer, and other alcoholic beverages. Especially now that our oldest son is a teenager, becoming a bit of a foodie and eats a ton, I just can't recommend it highly enough!

P.S. I should add that TIW works at most TS locations, but at very few CS locations. So if you plan lots of CS meals or don't have many ADRs, the savings are less significant. But again, since we usually have two ADRs per day, it works really well for us.
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P.P.S. Nice photo, Mike! Looks so relaxing!

Dee, still laughing about your DOTD thread in combination with all your Sunken Treasure/Grey Goose posts from yesterday! Sounds like you are moving into vacation mode!! Yay!
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Feeling better but still very weak. House is so dirty but it's all I can do to just do the clothes and dish washing. I got my appetite back so maybe now that I start eating again I'll start feeling better.

We may have to alternate our "shore" week because Lily's birthday is 7/11 (the week we are going this year). Jeanne said next year she may have to spend birthday with her dad. If that's the case, we'll either do the shore the week before or the week after. I'll be shooting for the earlier week in July because then Jeanne and the baby always come here for the first two weeks of August too.
Teena I also have a bad sinus inf, just had my antibiotics changed on Monday because I was still having such headaches, I also have felt like a dish rag. It is awful and unfortunately they can last too long. Today I feel a bit better but have never felt this weak/ tired so maybe combo of fllu or other virus.
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My DH did the same thing to me a couple of years ago. He was in the Navy when we got married, and for years he avoided cruise ships. I guess he never thought ships & vacations should go together.

So the day before we were to fly out to go o Disneyland (my first time in CA), he says, "How 'bout a cruise to Alaska?"

Oh, and this spring trip.... totally his idea! I think I have brought him over to the Dark Side.
Oh yes!!! My DH was in the Navy too, and for the longest time he said he would not step foot on another boat and then last year, he said he was ready to start talking about going on a Disney cruise!!!
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Thank you so much for all the great information. It has been so helpful in planning our first trip to WDW. I have made reservations for a vacation to WDW 2 or 3 previous times, but we have always had to cancel for one reason or another. 2 weeks ago I decided to take advantage of the spring sale. We have booked a 8 night stay at BC CL 5/17-5/25. I am so excited. I have booked the standard dining plan but after reading the recent discussion I am planning on canceling. It will just be my DH and myself, we are not big dessert eaters, so I just don't think we will get our money's worth from a dining plan.

We are young active grandparents that live in Southern California. My very first REAL paying job was at Disneyland. I have been an AP holder at Dland since my adult children were young one's! WDW has been on my "bucket list" for years and it looks like 2013 is going to be the year that I finally can cross it off my list.

I would love to hear from others who have been to Disneyland what are "must do's" @WDW. We will not have a car.....we are leaving the driving to Mickey.

Jan
We have never done the dining plan - for various reasons. But mostly because we simply can't eat that much food. It kinda depends on the time of year too - we always seem to go August/September and I don't want to eat a bunch of stuff in the heat of the day and by the time we do eat, I don't want to stuff myself too close to bedtime.

I think that's one of the reasons DH loves CL so much. It makes everything so much more relaxing for us. He loves going to get coffee for me and grabbing some stuff for breakfast in the lounge and bringing it back to the room in the morning. In the evening, we'll nibble on the hot offerings and anxiously await the dessert and cordials. I have decided that I am going to be a "lush" on this trip and have at least one glass of wine everyday and maybe some cordials too (love kahlua - and slushies, but I have to pay for those lol).

All that to say that IMO if you are staying CL you don't need the DP (unless you have kids it might help with them...but I wouldn't know).

And I actually visited DL in 2001. It was my very first Disney experience ever (at 35). We went the day after Thanksgiving. Holy crap the crowds were scary! But I'm glad I got to see it all decked out for Christmas. I was able to see the absolute bestest version of the Tiki Room, the "original" Small World, and the Haunted Mansion all done up like the Nightmare before Christmas. It was a very rushed visit, but I have great memories!

WDW is soooooooo different! You will be completely overwhelmed when you see Cindy's Castle (as opposed to Sleeping Beauty Castle). I love them both but there are differences. 8 nights should give you lots of time to explore in a relaxing way. You'll need it 'cause the World is so much more spread out than the Land.

We've never had a car there. Always use ME and the Disney Transportation and actually prefer it that way.

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Thank you so much for all of this wonderful information! I have been lurking on the boards for a while now. I plan on staying at the BCV from July 21-27 and cannot wait. I am a die hard disney girl but I am bringing a few first timers so it should be fun showing them the magic of disney Can I be added to the Be Our Guest list?
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Thank you so much for all the great information. It has been so helpful in planning our first trip to WDW. I have made reservations for a vacation to WDW 2 or 3 previous times, but we have always had to cancel for one reason or another. 2 weeks ago I decided to take advantage of the spring sale. We have booked a 8 night stay at BC CL 5/17-5/25. I am so excited. I have booked the standard dining plan but after reading the recent discussion I am planning on canceling. It will just be my DH and myself, we are not big dessert eaters, so I just don't think we will get our money's worth from a dining plan.

We are young active grandparents that live in Southern California. My very first REAL paying job was at Disneyland. I have been an AP holder at Dland since my adult children were young one's! WDW has been on my "bucket list" for years and it looks like 2013 is going to be the year that I finally can cross it off my list.

I would love to hear from others who have been to Disneyland what are "must do's" @WDW. We will not have a car.....we are leaving the driving to Mickey.

Jan
Jan, we are DL Vets and visited WDW several years ago with our children for the first time. It is really a great experience and we liked it so much, we are going back this summer. I would recommend Hydroguy's 'WDW for DL Vets' article on the DL forum. It is very informative. The biggest differences in my book...

- MUCH longer travel time between parks. No quick walk in between parks.
- dining is much better/more varied in WDW
- we prefer DL to MK on the whole (Pirates especially)
- the variety of parks is terrific!

We fully enjoy our experience at both DL and WDW for different reasons. I hope you have a great trip!

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How old is your DD? Mine will be 8 when we go and as of now, she is not a big eater. We call her our little birdie, but my DS (who will be 11) is a good eater but also has more expensive taste (steak, lobster, the good stuff). Plus, my son and I both enjoy dessert after our meals. But, I'm thinking of taking the advice and doing a mock meal plan and pricing it out. This should not be so stressful, but when given too many choices, my brain can't seem to quit and then I stress out!! But, that's why I love it here, everyone has good ideas, advice, and whatnots!!!
I have one like that! He is a teen now and a lot better but it always seems as if one of the kids is on an alternate eating schedule. I really loved Club Level because everyone felt no pressure to order food at Dinner that they couldn't eat because they were still full. If we were on the dining plan they knew that there would be no more food after the dinner and they had to get it then. That problem disappeared!

We would have our CL breakfast, which was filling but didn't bog anyone down like a big heavy breakfast would.... then have the grand Table Service lunch (at lunch time prices too!) take a rest in the afternoon and digest peacefully and then eat lightly at CL with the appetizers and then later the desserts when we returned from the parks.

The other thing we did was have the person that went back early at night grab a tray and bring back desserts for those that would stay out later (the kids). Since we are a family we all knew who was the fruit fiend, who was the cookie monster and who was the chocoholic, so picking a treat for the absentees was easy.

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I need to do some research on TIW. Do you like it? Is it per person or per family? I have an AP. So, am I right in thinking I only need 1 TIW membership for my family of 5?

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We love Tables In Wonderland! (TIW) My Husband, who could never bring himself to order a beer at a table service because of the high prices for alcohol now enjoys the option of trying some of the different beers at the countries in Epcot during our Table service meals there. The fact that alcohol is included when calculating the discount for TIW makes him very happy and he doesn't feel so ripped off. We are 20% tippers anyway so we really are saving that 18%.


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What building is represented by that model? Is it a particular house? It resemebles the Phantom Manor in Disneyland Paris (their version of the Haunted Mansion), but with quite a few differences in details and color palette. Maybe it's some other Victorian manor?
I think since the resort is Victorian themed that there might be a story behind it. If not, I'm sure a good CM can make up a whopper on the spot. I'd love to hear what the back story is on this house too.

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Too bad HH & BCMarketplace are not QS spots where we can get the discount, or it would be a no-brainer.
With the Tables in Wonderland discount you have to train yourself to ask every time you pay for food if the discount is accepted. At the food courts at the POP resort they accepted TIW. I nearly fell out of my orthopedic sneakers when the cashier said yes!

I always ask, even when I'm pretty darn sure the answer will be no (like at the pop corn stand at the MK). I then had great fun asking all the cashiers if they took TIW, even if I was buying a pin or something obviously not food. Usually, they got the joke and laughed a little. Between my Annual Pass discount, my Disney Visa and my TIW discounts I would tell the cashiers surely they accepted ONE of them!

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We have never done the dining plan - for various reasons. But mostly because we simply can't eat that much food. It kinda depends on the time of year too - we always seem to go August/September and I don't want to eat a bunch of stuff in the heat of the day and by the time we do eat, I don't want to stuff myself too close to bedtime.

I think that's one of the reasons DH loves CL so much. It makes everything so much more relaxing for us. He loves going to get coffee for me and grabbing some stuff for breakfast in the lounge and bringing it back to the room in the morning. In the evening, we'll nibble on the hot offerings and anxiously await the dessert and cordials. I have decided that I am going to be a "lush" on this trip and have at least one glass of wine everyday and maybe some cordials too (love kahlua - and slushies, but I have to pay for those lol).

All that to say that IMO if you are staying CL you don't need the DP (unless you have kids it might help with them...but I wouldn't know).

And I actually visited DL in 2001. It was my very first Disney experience ever (at 35). We went the day after Thanksgiving. Holy crap the crowds were scary! But I'm glad I got to see it all decked out for Christmas. I was able to see the absolute bestest version of the Tiki Room, the "original" Small World, and the Haunted Mansion all done up like the Nightmare before Christmas. It was a very rushed visit, but I have great memories!

WDW is soooooooo different! You will be completely overwhelmed when you see Cindy's Castle (as opposed to Sleeping Beauty Castle). I love them both but there are differences. 8 nights should give you lots of time to explore in a relaxing way. You'll need it 'cause the World is so much more spread out than the Land.

We've never had a car there. Always use ME and the Disney Transportation and actually prefer it that way.

Enjoy your visit!
Thank you for the warm welcome. Since we live so close to DL I think I am almost looking forward to the resort time as much as the parks. I have looked at the information on CL and the wine in the evenings is what sold me!!! Ha! I think that was another deciding factor for me on the dining plan. I would much rather have a class of wine with my TS and a salad or appy instead of dessert.

Not having a car is a very scary thing to a Californian....but we are going to give it a try. The fact that we can walk to two of the parks was a big factor in deciding to stay at BC.
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Jan, we are DL Vets and visited WDW several years ago with our children for the first time. It is really a great experience and we liked it so much, we are going back this summer. I would recommend Hydroguy's 'WDW for DL Vets' article on the DL forum. It is very informative. The biggest differences in my book...

- MUCH longer travel time between parks. No quick walk in between parks.
- dining is much better/more varied in WDW
- we prefer DL to MK on the whole (Pirates especially)
- the variety of parks is terrific!

We fully enjoy our experience at both DL and WDW for different reasons. I hope you have a great trip!

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Thank you for the welcome. This visit will just be my DH and I. We tend to vacation in the same spot several years in a row, so I have a feeling that if we have a great time we will be back next year. I keep hearing about "bounce back" discounts, I may have to look into that. We were considering upgrading our DL AP to the pass that allows unlimited access to both DL and WDW, but since our DL AP expires a week after our WDW stay I think that complicates things. I keep hearing about the distance between the parks, and quite honestly it does concern me a bit, especially since we won't have a car. I went ahead and purchased parkhoppers because Epcot is walkable from BC. Since Epcot is so different from DL I have a feeling we will spend the majority of our time there.

As for the dining experience at WDW, I am really looking forward to that!! I have made dining reservations and cancelled and remade reservations so many times that I am sure the WDW computer system has me flagged in the system!! The frustrating part is that all of my reservations are showing up on My Disney Experience".....even the cancelled ones. Any ideas on how to fix that?

I will check out the link from Hydroguy on the DL/WDW comparisons. Thanks a bunch.

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Btw...wasnt the tip included in the ddp a few years ago? I can't remember for sure but I do remember enjoying the appetizer option much more .
I can answer this one... I was at Disney when the plan changed... It was December 2007 and the planned changed as of January 1, 2008. I had the DDP with tips included. People were not happy when they were changed tips they all thought the tips were included...but you had to have been at Disney and have the dinning plan before January 2008, so while everyone who came January was paying tips I wasn't because my card was dated prior to 1/108 and that told the servers that tips were included lucky lucky lucky!! That is when the dinning plan was worth the money!!

Now I don't know if it's worth it... I am giving my DD and FDSIL a honeymoon to Disney... I am now going back and forth on the DDDP.. DD wants it because they are eating every night at a 2pt restaurant, but they are also staying AKL CL. They are big wine drinkers at all meals... I guess I need to look at where the reservations are and if they are included in TIW. I'm not sure if I purchase a TIW card for them and just give them a gift card if it would be a better deal for me. I'm not big into math so if anyone has thoughts on this please share!!

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