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Old 04-10-2013, 06:25 PM   #1
Wendydagny
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Which character breakfasts are worth paying OOP?

Taking our first trip without a deluxe dining plan, and I'm having a hard time deciding on character breakfasts. In the past, we always just tacked them on because we had the spare credits, so I never paid attention to prices or getting our money's worth, yk?

DH, DD (6), and I are staying at the Poly the week of July 4th. Right now my only definite is that we will do Ohana the morning we leave (no park that day).

In the past we have done these breakfasts:
Akershus (didn't love it)
CRT (LOVED it, but so expensive)
Crystal Palace (ok)
H&V (ok, but dd loved it)
Ohana (all loved)

The places we've never done and I feel like a terrible disney addict for missing out on are:
Tusker House (easy to add onto our first day, which we always do at AK)
Chef Mickey (have two ressies that I haven't dumped yet because I am indecisive)

I'm also thinking it may be helpful to have a MK ressie the morning of the actual fourth, just to get our foot in the door....

Mostly I'm thinking they are not worth it in general and I should just stick with my Ohana ressie and back away from the dining site!

Thoughts?
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