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Old 01-01-2010, 10:48 PM   #1
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"But...I can't go to sleep until I write my trip notes!" COMPLETED!

"But...I can't go to sleep until I write my trip notes!" (This was true BTW, even though I arrived back at our room exhausted EVERY night, I still made sure to take notes!)

Who: Rachael & Greg (DH), married 7 months. We spent the first half of our honeymoon in WDW back in early June. I had to get my Christmas time in WDW fill. (I fell in love back in 2006.) This was my 4th trip to WDW and Greg's 4th or 5th. I love Disney and DH won't admit it, but I believe he is almost hooked as well!


When: December 13-18,2009

Where: All Star Sports-Resort (We booked only 6 weeks before our trip, VERY last minute! But we got a great deal. )

WHAT YOU ALL HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR!


Day One: DHS
Day Two: AK, DTD & MK
Day Two: Cont.
Day Three: EPCOT
Day Four: DTD & DHS
Day Five: MK (Including MVMCP)
Day Six: Departure & AKL


Day One:
We arrived right on time, grabbed our luggage and headed to locate the ME. We walked nearly the entire length of Terminal A, before I remembered that we did the same thing on our Honeymoon and quickly headed over to Terminal B. I won’t forget that anymore! I joked with DH that the walking in Disney begins as soon as the plane lands.

We had to wait between 5-10 minutes for our ME bus (Thankfully, because it was so HUMID in the airport, almost as though they did not have the air-conditioning on!) and arrived at our resort, All Star Sports, in about 25-30 minutes. It seemed as though almost everyone on the bus was getting off here. Nonetheless, we waited for our luggage to be handed off to us and headed for the lobby.

As soon as I walked into the lobby, I immediately began looking for the “Online Check-In” desk. Um, it wasn’t there. I felt like a fool having just told DH matter-of-factly that we did NOT have to wait in the long line to check-in as I did Online Check-In and it has a special desk. The line to check-in was LONG. I got a little red in the face at this point and let me tell you, it was unfortunately not from the Florida Sunshine. However, that frustration lasted only seconds because just as soon as I got frustrated there was a CM announcing that if anyone had done online check-in to come to the front of the line. I apparently was the only one in the entire lobby that had done online check-in. Amateurs. (Ha ha, just kidding, but it was nice!) We quickly received our packet and room number and were on our way to our
“home” for the next 5 days.

Now, on to the room. I am posting the pictures I have of the room on this post and I stupidly deleted the best one (that showed the beds and a better idea of the size of the room). For being just DH and I, it worked our great as we did not need much room and had an extra bed to place our suitcase on. It was clean and our towels were restocked each day. Mousekeeping did not come each day until between 1pm and 3pm, our room must have been at the end of their “route”. A few days, we were in our room at this time and put our “Privacy Please” card in the lock, but were never bothered and our room was always cleaned. It was smaller than our room at POFQ but I enjoyed the bathroom much more as it was an actual tub. Now that I think about it, I have a feeling our travel agent and a relative on DH’s side booked us in an accessible room. Oh well, live and learn. Not forgetting to mention here, that we were booked in the “Homerun” section of the resort, which is one of the farther sets of buildings from the main lobby. I was not happy about this, but I let it go as we had a ground floor room that was facing the second, and smaller, pool.





In the first picture, if you look in the lower right hand corner you can see how close the beds were to the table. There was just enough space for a walkway, no more.

At this point in the day, we pretty much freshened up and headed straight to the food court to grab some dinner and then head out to DHS. SIDE NOTE: I am also completing a dining review, so I will not go into detail about what DH and I ate during this TR, please see the link in my signature for the dining review. For dinner, I had the Chicken Alfredo Pasta and DH had a Double Cheeseburger.

We then headed over to DHS, and JUST missed the bus! (This was to become a reoccurrence throughout the trip.) We arrived at DHS and boy, was it a lot MORE crowded than our trip in early June. The first thing we headed towards was the Spectacle of Lights, they directed us to walk around to enter from the back, in an attempt to keep the people traffic moving in somewhat of an organized direction. It was a sea of bodies at the Streets of America but the lights were spectacular! My DH was snapping many photos which made me smile, as he is not much of a photo taker so he must have been just as impressed as I was! He took some great photos this trip, I even will include some of them in my TR. (Thanks DH!) It was even SNOWING! (Soap Bubbles) I overheard many conversations of the amazed people, a family behind us even called home to tell their family it was snowing in Florida! (SIDE NOTE: I know this is completely OFF TOPIC and I apologize but I just need to say it, there were so people who bumped into us or rammed us with a stroller and didn’t apologize this trip. This was my fourth time to WDW and I never remember people being, for lack of a better word, inconsiderate. I even heard a family on our last day say “That was the first time someone has ran into me and apologized.” I don’t know what it was but it did, unfortunately, damper my spirit a little. We did, however, encounter some very friendly people as well, but it was few and far between. I also see in my notes that I wrote “More rude people this time or just more people?”)





After seeing the Spectacle of Lights we headed over to the Great Movie Ride and waited about 20 minutes. This was only the second time I went on this attraction, but the CM was not as convincing of his role this time as the past CM on our previous trip. After riding this, I realized Starring Rolls was not that far, so we headed over only to find out that it was CLOSED. Which made sense, as it was shortly passed 8 at this time, and EMH had begun. I was bummed but shrugged my shoulders in hopes that we would make it here on our next trip to DHS this week. I still had a sweet tooth and I wanted a Mickey Bar so we walked down Sunset Blvd. toward ToT and RNRC, knowing we would pass an icecream cart along the way. We got to the end and didn’t see one so we stopped for some hand-scooped ice cream. We should have walked 5 more steps because there was the cart. We then rode RNRC and ToT both with a 20-25 minute wait. I had not riden RNRC since my very first trip in 2004 and it was intense! Wow.

We then walked over to TSM and saw the wait said 45 but decided to wait because it was either to walk away and come back another day for rope drop (we are NOT morning people) or stand in line. I thought it was a lot of fun and way better than Buzz at MK, which we both experienced for the first time later in the trip. DH, of course, beat me. My arm hurt at the end from all of the pulling!



I was very excited to participate in the drawing class and hoped that it was available this evening. It was! We drew Scrooge McDuck, which I was a little disappointed about but nonetheless I really enjoyed the class. I wish I would have taken a picture of DH and I’s drawings before I tossed them but I just didn’t think of it at the right time. Oops! It was a little after 10 and we decided it was time to head back to get some sleep. We had a great bus driver on our way back, he even told a joke. So, I will leave you with this as I end Day One.

Peter Pan was flying around Magic Kingdom all day long and saw all of the people but he did not land to say “Hello!” Why not?
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Come on everybody, you can do it! Although it did stump everyone on the bus. You will just have to continue guessing and wait until I write my next post in the next couple of days!

SIDE NOTE: Of course I am going through Disney withdrawl BUT I have begun the preliminaries for pricing a trip next November! We are looking at going the week of Thanksgiving. We would leave Friday/Saturday and stay at a hotel near Universal to visit CityWalk and the Harry Potter part then move on to Disney until Sat/Sun. It all depends on our finances. We have until the beginning of May to be able to book the trip and still have 180 days for ADRs. We also want to go somewhere for our first anniversary, so we may have to choose one or the other. We'll see. We are looking at staying at the Coronado Springs.
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JOKE: Peter Pan was flying around Magic Kingdom all day long and saw all of the people but he did not land to say “Hello!” Why not?

ANSWER: Because he never,never lands!


Day Two:


Our first morning in WDW was spent at Animal Kingdom. I had originally planned that we would wake up at 615am (515am back home) and make it for the EMH. Yeah, that DIDN’T happen. (I told you we weren’t morning people!) Instead we woke up at 730 and were ready and out the door to breakfast at about 810am. We had breakfast at the food court this morning.

We were walking in the park by 855am. We walked right over to Dinosaur and walked right on. It was very rough and of course I was seated on the end where the huge dinosaur appears out of nowhere. I had my eyes closed almost the ENTIRE time. We then walked over to EE and could not even see it until we were very close because it was very foggy that morning! We walked all the way through and waited less than 5 minutes. After EE we decided that we had time to see Festival of the Lion King and got lucky as there was a show beginning in 5 minutes! The show was incredible, I had never seen it before and I got a little teary eyed because to me, it is SO Disney. I am glad that we decided not to wake up early because in about 2 hours we had done everything on our list!



After AK we took the bus back to AS-Sports and headed to DTD. Our plans for DTD that day were just to get lunch. We went to Earl of Sandwich, and DH still mentions how tasty it was! The line was very long but I believe we waited around 10 minutes and were lucky enough to get a table in the air conditioning as it was becoming quite humid outside. After eating, we walked into one store and I bought some Mickey Pasta. We decided to come back on Wednesday afternoon and do a “Budget Santa”. We would separate for one hour or so and spend a set amount on each other. It worked out really great. But more on that on the day that it actually happened! After DTD we headed back to our resort and took a dip in the pool for about a half hour or so.

We arrived at MK I believe about 3pm or so. There were SO many people. (I had looked at TP website and it had said to avoid MK this day-because of EMH but I had already planned it, so we faced the crowds.) We went to Splash Mountain and it had a 45min wait. We debated standing in the line but it was pretty hot outside and we had plenty of time to get everything done so we entered. It was a MISTAKE. We stood in the same spot for 15min. Our ride should have been called SOAKED mountain as you can see in the picture below of DH. We were drenched. When we walked past the line entrance after we got off the wait said 70 minutes. That was the longest wait time we saw all week. We then walked over to BTMRR. Is it just me or does the BTMRR line have NO air circulation? The line just seems to wind over and over again and I get so hot and sticky!




I really like this picture that I snapped while on BTMRR. I think I am going to make it my new background. It just has a peacefulness to it, I believe.


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(Day Two cont.)

After riding BTMRR we walked over to Main Street and got our spot for SpectroMagic 45 minutes ahead of schedule! We each took a turn going to get a snack from MS Bakery and I even purchased 2 cinnamon rolls to eat for breakfast the following morning! We saw the Move It, Shake It parade twice and continued to get sandwiched in our seats by a family sitting next to us. Finally the parade started and two ladies switched spots with us so they could sit and we could stand and take pictures (the CMs that walk at the beginning of the parade made it clear that if you were in the first row you had to sit). We then got asked, RUDELY, by a man to sit down. Where did he want us to sit? We barely had enough room to stand and we were the first people there that sat down in that area! Ugh! I told him no and proceeded to ask him where he would like me to sit and turned back to enjoy the parade. It’s not my fault they walked up 5 minutes before the parade began and expected optimal viewing. I DESERVED IT. Ha ha. Enough ranting.





The plan was to stick around for Wishes at 8pm and then head over to the monorail to catch our 850 ADR at Chef Mickeys. However, we were feeling so cramped at this point that we ditched out and headed over to CM early in hopes that we could get seated. We waited maybe 15 minutes and were seating at 810 or so, 40 min before our ADR time! We had a pretty good dinner, we were seated in a “hallway” as I could only describe it. However, it was quieter and we were right next to the window that overlooked the pool.
I really like this picture. My DH said “This is going to be my profile picture on facebook when we get back.” (He really is a closet Disney fan the more I think about it. Ha ha!)



I really enjoy this picture because Goofy had just picked up my fork and took a piece off my dessert plate and fed it to me. This is me smiling with a mouth full!


We then hoped on the monorail and decided to head over to the Grand Floridian to see the Gingerbread House. There were some VERY boisterous people on the monorail that smelled, no make that reeked, of liquor. I mentioned something to DH when we got off and he said “I’m glad it just wasn’t me.” To each his own I suppose. However, in the same monorail ride we gave some advice to a couple who seemed “lost”. They did not know the best way to get to their ADR on the Boardwalk. I hope the advice I gave helped them get there with ease! We made it with about 20 minutes to spare before the little shop inside the house closed. I took a few pictures and go in line while DH continued to happily take pictures. (He is becoming a Disney addict like me, I know it, maybe the next trip he’ll be hooked, if not, definitely the trip after! He he! Just tonight while I was upstairs he shouted to me, “There’s a challenge on Food Network and they’re in DISNEY!”) I bought a shingle and I guest gingerbread is just not my thing, it had such a pungent flavor. I decided I didn’t like ginger, but on Christmas my mom baked gingersnaps and they were delicious. Maybe the bread isn’t sweet enough for me.



We got back to our resort quickly. The bus driver said he saw us walking up and waited! (How nice of him!) I wrote my trip notes and quickly fell asleep!
To keep you coming back for more, where was this photo taken? Answer revealed next posting!

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I really like this picture that I snapped while on BTMRR. I think I am going to make it my new background. It just has a peacefulness to it, I believe.
Love this picture!

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Great update!
Thank you! I am really happy with a lot of pictures that I took this trip. I think I finally mastered using my camera in the best way possible. I really would like a new camera-just wish money grew on trees!

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DAY THREE:
I am going to call this day “The Day of EPCOT indecisiveness!”

I just could NOT make up my mind this day!

We decided to sleep in this day and made it to EPCOT about 1030. Our breakfast this morning consisted of Cinnamon Rolls purchased from Main Street Bakery the previous evening. We heated them up in the microwave of the resort’s food court, purchased an OJ to share and we were good to go!



The first thing we did when we got to EPCOT was go to CLUB COOL! We tried each of the sodas, EVEN…



Here is DH’s face after trying said Beverly…



His lips are pinched in pure disgust! Ha ha! (Yes, he also made me try it. Man, does it have an awful after taste or what?!) The other sodas were not that bad at all. I wish I could remember which were our favorites. A watermelon and lime flavored sodas are popping in my brain, I just don’t remember the names!

After that we headed over to the Land (We both had never been to this part of EPCOT) and went to check out the wait time for Soarin’. It said 50 mins and the FP Return Time was for after 100! I decided against both waiting and a FP (BAD IDEA!).

We then headed over to World Showcase and went to the UK. I got some tea for our neighbor that was collecting our mail this week and for my mom who loves “unique” flavors of tea. I also got my friend a Christmas present (a Celtic knot necklace).





In my original plan I had written that we would arrive at EPCOT around 8, hit up Soarin’, Test Track, Turtle Talk with Crush, and The Seas with Nemo & Friends. This is NOT how our day went at all! Anyway to went to walk towards the Boardwalk for some lunch when I decided that I wanted a TS place. We headed back to World Showcase while I was giving a call to Disney Dining to see if they could seat us at San Angel (I almost booked an ADR here for lunch that day but decided against it! Why?!). They couldn’t seat us so we tried anyway. NOPE! We went over to Nine Dragons and were sat right away (they were nearly empty). It was so HUMID this day and I think that had something to do with my indecisiveness. When we sat down I was so thirsty throughout the meal that I had 5 glasses of Iced Tea. In retrospect, I made the wrong decision to completely change my TP around. We ended up walking more and spending more on food.

After lunch we did a little browsing throughout the World Showcase and stopped to see the American Adventure. I loved the singing performance before the show but I did not really enjoy the actual theatre movie. I have no idea why. History just isn’t my thing, it never has been. I would have to say that the Japan store is our favorite store. We got fans with our names written on them during our honeymoon and they are now hanging in our kitchen. This time, DH picked out some Sake and as a Christmas present I bought a little Sake cup that they wrote your name on! I picked out a couple of small plates in the dishes area to put in our bedroom as they coordinate well with our color scheme. (I hopefully will remember to take a picture of them sometime soon and post it.)







Look at the reusable tote bag I purchased for about $6.00 in the American Adventure gift shop! I love it!



After window shopping and picture taking we stopped in France at the Boulangerie Patisserie. Can I just say YUM! Their pastries are DELICIOUS. The chocolate croissant was my absolute favorite. We loved it so much the first round that DH went back through a second time! (Which was a bad idea because I hate when I get stuffed full of sweets, I feel so sick afterwards.)

I really enjoy this picture. I acutally am going to print out a 5x7 or 8x10 in black and white and frame it to put in our kitchen with a couple other images I find. It fits perfectly with my kitchen!



After we had traveled the entire World Showcase we hopped back on the boat and headed over to the Land and decided to wait the 40mins it said for Soarin’. We got to talking to a wonderful family and it made the time go by quickly. We were even lucky enough to sit next to them on the glider. DH was not so lucky on this attraction as he sat next to a man that had some horrid body odor (think sweaty with no deodorant). I could smell it so I know DH was not happy. I LOVED SOARIN’! It is definitely one of my favorite attractions at WDW now. Totally worth the wait. I love how you could smell the trees! Wow! I was mesmerized after we got off! We then rode The Seas with no wait just an endless walk through a maze of metal poles. I was NOT impressed. We then walked right into Turtle Talk with Crush as a show was just beginning. It was alright. I don’t believe we will be seeing that again until we have children in tow.

We then walked over to Test Track and waited about 35-40mins for that. I used to think that Test Track was one of my favorite attractions but I wouldn’t be sad if we missed it next time. But if DH likes it a lot then we will ride it. (Compromises, Jeesh! )

We then took the boat AGAIN (that makes 3 times this day-and I had never ridden it before). We got in line for the Candlelight Processional. We got seats but let me ask you this, Whose idea was it to put TREES throughout a theatre? They blocked our view! The Candlelight Processional was okay. I was expecting to be more impressed but as much as I love Abigail Breslin as a young actress I just do not believe she puts as much emotion and feeling into the story as it deserves. On the bright side, we only witnessed 1 fainter. Anyone know what I’m talking about here?

Our plan for dinner this evening was to eat at Sunshine Seasons but it was 915 by the time we made our way back to Future World and decided not to wait for illuminations or eat in EPCOT but head back to hotel and eat in EZFC. We ended up having a great day despite the TP completely changing but I think that next time I will trust myself and stick to the plan! However, at this point in the trip I began to feel nauseous throughout most of the day. I think it was a mixture of the less than 6 hours of sleep per night and the frequent bus rides, but more importantly the low quality of food that you get from eating at CS locations. I have a sensitive stomach and it was not happy by the end of the trip.

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Great picture!

Enjoyed reading. I am going to check out your dining reviews.
It is Splash!

I love the pictures I took at EPCOT! I finally learned how to use my digital camera in the best way possible on this trip. Now, I really want one of those high-tech digital cameras with the fancy lense and instant picture taking abilities. (I have a LOT of research to do on those, haha!)
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