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Old 04-21-2009, 02:54 PM   #61
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I know it's bad when I ran into it I didn't see no one replied went to lunch and a meeting at work come back and see more than 10 pages are filled already wow. Both agree and disagree with the action I do not know what is going to happen I do know that what has been started can continue if you pm or something outside of Dis.
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That TOTALLY sucks. I am only on page 2 now. I won't ever be able to buy one at full price and make it really worth it.
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Old 04-22-2009, 08:43 AM   #63
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Interested in a new camera!!

I have decided to buy a camera. I would want it to be SLR what do you have? What would be a better brand Sony, Nikon or Cannon? What kind of accesories would I need extra?
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I have a canon rebel XTi. I am thinking I will be upgrading to a 50d though.
I would say go with Nikon or Canon. SLR's can be costly though. Once you get the body, you still need lenses. Typically if you get one with as lens, those lenses aren't the greatest. At least for the Rebel. I almost never use the one I got with my camera and wish I bought the body only and bought better lenses right away. A really good lens can cost mega money. I don't have any of those. LOL!
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Ok well I went to Walmart and bought my mom Billy Banks Tae Bo Amped. She loves it she tried it with my sister and oh let me tell you not even 5 minutes passed and they where feeling the burn. I am glad the process has started.
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Old 04-23-2009, 08:08 AM   #66
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LOL I know I wish I did too. Well I know I don't have the money for the 50d but I was looking at purchasing the Canon Rebel XSi. I just don't know about lenses. Which is good? What do the numbers mean?

I included the website of the one I am interested in.
http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/co...&modelid=16307
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Old 04-26-2009, 04:20 PM   #68
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Finally decided where to eat.

Chef Mickey breakfast
Cinderella's Gala Feast 1900 Park Fare Dinner
Donald's Safari Breakfast
Garden Grill either Lunch or Dinner
Ohana for dinner

and Tony's Town Square if there is enough time and space.


My question is how does it work with the Dining Plan?

I would like to know how many Table servings it will be or how do we need to pay for this.
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Finally decided where to eat.

Chef Mickey breakfast
Cinderella's Gala Feast 1900 Park Fare Dinner
Donald's Safari Breakfast
Garden Grill either Lunch or Dinner
Ohana for dinner

and Tony's Town Square if there is enough time and space.


My question is how does it work with the Dining Plan?

I would like to know how many Table servings it will be or how do we need to pay for this.
With the dining plan you get 1 table service, 1 counter service and 1 snack per person per night you stay. So if you stay 3 nights you get 3 of each per person in your room. I think the cost is just under $40 a day per person, but for us it worked out very good and we always made out. (kids are $10 a day)
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Finally decided where to eat.

Chef Mickey breakfast
Cinderella's Gala Feast 1900 Park Fare Dinner
Donald's Safari Breakfast
Garden Grill either Lunch or Dinner
Ohana for dinner

and Tony's Town Square if there is enough time and space.


My question is how does it work with the Dining Plan?

I would like to know how many Table servings it will be or how do we need to pay for this.
GREAT CHOICES!!!!!!!!!

I take it you decided to stay on property because you are thinking about the dining plan?
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Finally decided where to eat.

Chef Mickey breakfast
Cinderella's Gala Feast 1900 Park Fare Dinner
Donald's Safari Breakfast
Garden Grill either Lunch or Dinner
Ohana for dinner

and Tony's Town Square if there is enough time and space.
Ooh, I've always wanted to eat at Chef Mickey's for breakfast! Ohana looks really cool, too.
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Old 04-27-2009, 09:46 AM   #72
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Ok Yes we decided to stay in property and rent a car for a day or two. March 13 - 20 or 21 not sure when we coming back. We will be leaving on my b-day if my dad goes he wants to go to the beach I know the closest one is about 1hr and half away so renting a car for a day or two will be ok.

I think I will get the Disney Dining Plan Plus Dining:

1 Table-Service meal including entre, dessert and non-alcoholic beverage or one full buffet
1 Quick Serve meal of either a complete Combo Meal or one entree with one dessert (Lunch or Dinner) or one juice (Breakfast)
1 Snack choice of a frozen novelty ice cream, popsicle or fruit bar, single serving grab bag of Frito Lay's chips, one 20 oz. bottle of Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite or Dansani Water, single piece of whole fruit, medium fountain soft drink or apple juice

We will be ther 6 or 7 full days This will be our longest Vacation ever well our first vacation together too.

Now All of these restaurants are 1 TS or 1 CS or will I have to pay extra or separated?
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Your ADRs look great! The 1900 PF dinner is sooo fun, the characters are amazing. Ohana is delicious and Chef Mickey's is like the classic Disney meal! I haven't eaten at the other 2 though.

It's so sweet of you to be saving up to take your whole family to Disney. They're so lucky to have you!
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Hey fellow Texan!
I just read you PTR and am excited that your family is totally on board with going! It took a while to convince my hubby that we really need to go to Disney and that it's not just for little kids! So now he's excited to go, he just won't know what hit him until we get there!
It seems like the planning is coming together well! Have you picked out a few hotels? We're staying at the Boardwalk Villas (super excited! ) and we rented from a DVC member (seems much cheaper!). So let me know if you have any questions (not that I'm a total expert or anything ). Good luck with your plans!
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