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Old 07-05-2014, 12:34 PM   #16
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will the pictures from the character meals be included in the MEMORY MAKER package? maybe they want everyone to buy the package... I just did but will be there for most of 18 days by myself... so i planned on using a lot of the photo pass photographers... and it was only $149 when i got it...so i hope to have more than 150 pix.... = $1 a pix.. i heard the ride photos can be put on the disc to...need to double check it though.... any feedback appreciated
Fyi, with Memory Maker there is no disk. You download the photos to your computer.

For the restaurant photos, they will be in your account, but they will no longer offer the actual physical photos at the restaurants.

Yes ride photos are included.
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Old 07-05-2014, 12:34 PM   #17
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will the pictures from the character meals be included in the MEMORY MAKER package? maybe they want everyone to buy the package... I just did but will be there for most of 18 days by myself... so i planned on using a lot of the photo pass photographers... and it was only $149 when i got it...so i hope to have more than 150 pix.... = $1 a pix.. i heard the ride photos can be put on the disc to...need to double check it though.... any feedback appreciated
They will be included as digital downloads. From my understanding the photos arent going away just the fact they are printed and submitted to you. Photopass will still come around with ine character and take your photo but now it will go to the photopass website for purchase or be loaded one your memory maker account.

Ride photos will be autoloaded as long as you have memory maker linked to you MDE account. I still suggest for the first few times take note of the ride and number so if you check later and the ride photos are missing the photo kiosks at the front can add them.
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Old 07-06-2014, 03:26 PM   #18
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A few weeks ago, I thoroughly researched most of the Signature restaurant menus in hopes of making a decision. Le Cellier used to be our favorite, but with the loss of the mushroom filet, we were looking elsewhere. We decided on the Yachtsman as one of our favorites. I went online today and looked at the menus again and lots have changed. For example - 2 weeks ago, the Yachtsman featured a 28 oz. porterhouse steak for $65. Now, it lists a 32 oz porterhouse for $110! The price went up $45 for 4 more ounces of steak! I am completely rethinkng eating at a signature now! It just seems the value has significantly decreased.
Why would Le Cellier remove the mushroom filet. I had read numerous reports that was everyone's favorite dish there.

Did they also remove the "moose" chocolate mouse desert?

Those two items seemed to be extremely popular. Seems like a bad move to remove them.
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Old 07-07-2014, 11:14 AM   #19
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Why would Le Cellier remove the mushroom filet. I had read numerous reports that was everyone's favorite dish there.

Did they also remove the "moose" chocolate mouse desert?

Those two items seemed to be extremely popular. Seems like a bad move to remove them.
I just checked the menu this morning and the chocolate moose is still listed.
(It's on the kids menu.) It seems like a lot of the restaurants are going through menu changes. I was looking forward to that mushroom filet!
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Old 07-07-2014, 12:33 PM   #20
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So glad I just saw this thread. My bday dinner was Yachtsman. Now I am not worried about myself as I have the lap band but my husband loved the 28ounce steak. Looks like I will have to change that ressie!
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Old 07-07-2014, 12:39 PM   #21
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Narcoosees recently dropped their Surf & Turf
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Old 07-08-2014, 07:28 PM   #22
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I hate to hear than, but I figured that would be next! Well, I am just glad we are not paying for the dining plan on this trip. I guess we'll just be booking what is convenient. Crystal Palace, Artist Point, Liberty Tree Tavern & T-Rex it is. Going to just make the best of it and enjoy more park time.
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You mean people buy the DDP?

Wouldn't go without FD myself.
We always do FD and upgrade to deluxe
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Narcoosees recently dropped their Surf & Turf
The WDW and the Allears menu still show it, but listed as "...add surf and turf to your...", but at a total price and not an add-on. My uncle was there two weeks ago and got that, his fiance got the double tails.
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Nooooooooo on Le Cellier! That was my & my husbands favorite dish : filet mignon w/ mushroom risotto We like YSH though. Maybe it is time to try new places. I agree quality has gone down ugh
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The nature of signature restaurants is that menus change and they use seasonal ingredients. It's usually pretty typical of them to keep items that are so extraordinarily popular that people would freak out over losing them, though.

Although sometimes with WDW I think the restaurants are trying to make things work to THEIR advantage with the dining plan.
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