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Old 08-28-2009, 08:30 PM   #16
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Wow it sounds like you had an excellent breakfast at Ohana. We might have to try that. By any chance do they do tonga toast like Kona? I'm dying to try some. Alot of DIS'ers rave about it on here it seems. Thanks for the tip.
Ohana for breakfast is a set menu: eggs, bacon, waffles, fresh fruit, etc.

They don't have tonga toast at Ohana but if you did not want to eat at Kona just for that you can go downstairs to Captain Cooks (CS) and get it, they have it down there. You just go up to the touch screen and order them and pay and pick up your order. I've had both at CC and at Kona and they are the same and good but very sweet! I can typically only eat 1/2 of it
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Ohana for breakfast is a set menu: eggs, bacon, waffles, fresh fruit, etc.

They don't have tonga toast at Ohana but if you did not want to eat at Kona just for that you can go downstairs to Captain Cooks (CS) and get it, they have it down there. You just go up to the touch screen and order them and pay and pick up your order. I've had both at CC and at Kona and they are the same and good but very sweet! I can typically only eat 1/2 of it
Thanks.. I've never ate at Captain Cooks and that is perfect. I think maybe we will run for a quick tonga toast dash and then jump on the monorail to go to Epcot for the day. Breakfast on the run. Great tip. At least if we don't do this as her birthday breakfast maybe we could just do it one of our other days we are there.

I cna't wait to try it. What a perfect breakfast....Tonga Toast and a dole whip.
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Old 08-31-2009, 10:12 PM   #18
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right ont he outskirts of windsor with you
following along... take me with you??
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following along... take me with you??
Hey neighbour....how's it going? Well make sure you pack your bags and be ready for Nov. 27th and you can hitch a ride with us. I know...doesn't it suck when it's not your time to go. I hate not having a trip in the future to plan. We took off one year that the baby was born... and she kept me busy so I didn't need to plan a trip right away; so other than that I plan for one every year. Infact I have so many Disney things on the go that I need more time. November is coming up really fast for us. We have back to school...Thanksgiving....Halloween....Dakoda's birthday...christmas tree set up....decorate the house....and Disney. Plus I have to fit all my projects in there too.
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Heyy just wanted to let you know im joining in and loving it so far
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im actually going in 3 weeks... im just greedy and wanna go live with mickey
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im actually going in 3 weeks... im just greedy and wanna go live with mickey
Oh thanks....so I should be the one saying......Please ...oh please take me. I'll be good. That's like teasing me....I felt bad because I thought you had no trip planned this year. Now I no longer feel bad. Just kidding.
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WOW great report.

I too ran a In-home daycare for 17 years & loved every min of it.

Would rather go to Disney than the Bahamas & my daughter just got into doing the towel cakes Oh yeah 3 kids 23, 25, 26 All grown up.

Will be at Disney in 72 more days (with the youngest who also is a die hard Disney fan) & trying Boma for breakfast for the first time.

My goal is to one day say I ate at every resturant in Disney!

PS Your girls truely are Princesses!
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By the way this is a special post. This post goes out to a ex-friend who I KNOW is spying on me out here. Don't you have better things to do than spy on me and see what I'm writting or what my family has planned for Disney? How do I know this? It's obvious...your ex tells me that you spy on me plus I remember you doing it to other so called friends. So please just leave well enough alone....leave me alone and leave my kids alone.






As for everyone else........ I have some great news to share. Any guesses to what it might be?
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I wanna know the news! Please hurry and share!
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WOW great report.

I too ran a In-home daycare for 17 years & loved every min of it.

Would rather go to Disney than the Bahamas & my daughter just got into doing the towel cakes Oh yeah 3 kids 23, 25, 26 All grown up.

Will be at Disney in 72 more days (with the youngest who also is a die hard Disney fan) & trying Boma for breakfast for the first time.

My goal is to one day say I ate at every resturant in Disney!

PS Your girls truely are Princesses!

Thank you so much for the comment about my girls. That was very sweet.

As for the other stuff wow. You and I have alot in common. How's things going with your daughter doing the towel cakes? I like it...it's fun and gives me a chance to put my mind to work on something creative.

Too bad that you weren't going to Disney a few days later. We could of done a DIS meet. Overall you must be excited that your in the 70's and almost into the 60's for dates to return to DIsney. Maybe i'll just hitch a ride with you and I'll stay in Disney for some alone time before my family arrives.


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Hmmmm ....should I tell or should I make you all wait longer?



I think just a little longer...
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Thank you so much for the comment about my girls. That was very sweet.

As for the other stuff wow. You and I have alot in common. How's things going with your daughter doing the towel cakes? I like it...it's fun and gives me a chance to put my mind to work on something creative.

Too bad that you weren't going to Disney a few days later. We could of done a DIS meet. Overall you must be excited that your in the 70's and almost into the 60's for dates to return to DIsney. Maybe i'll just hitch a ride with you and I'll stay in Disney for some alone time before my family arrives.




Hmmmm ....should I tell or should I make you all wait longer?



I think just a little longer...
Oooh that's just plain ole' mean.
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Oooh that's just plain ole' mean.

I'll give you a hint. Did you notice that i'm not cranky out here so that would mean that I got something. What do you think I got?
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Well here is my surprise as this is big news for me.......


What is 2500 km away, tastes and smells good?








Any guesses?








well that you be DISNEY's resturants. I ended up getting ALL my ADR's that I wanted.



Planet Hollywood

Tappen Edo (Shelby's birthday dinner)

Kona

Yack and Yetti

Ohana

50's Prime Time

Chef Mickey's

Liberty Tree Tavern

Tutto Ialia

Crystal Palace

Whispering Canyon

1900 Park Fare


These were all for dinner and I had no problems. I think the hardest one was Kona and I asked for 6:30 and it gave me 6:40 and then when I went to save it...it then came up as an error...so I tried again...this time it gave me 6:55.
So yay....I got all my dinners. I'm soooooooooooooooooooooooo excited.
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