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Old 03-14-2010, 11:24 AM   #46
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I didn't know that! So, it's like CRT and the shows? We're booked with DxDP and had not even considered room service until your reviews. Sounds great!
Yes - room service includes the tip and service charge. If ordering room service I recommend lunch or dinner since breakfast doesn't include much (and if ordering bottle water - specify which one you want).

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Old 03-14-2010, 11:26 AM   #47
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There's something so luxuriously decadent about room service

The grilled chicken sandwich looks extremely yummy.
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Old 03-14-2010, 11:35 AM   #48
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Room Service Breakfast

On my last morning, I decided to order room service for breakfast. I wanted something substantial (not from the club lounge) and certainly some protein since I expected I wouldn't eat again until dinner time. I had set my alarm for 9:30 (and then breakfast right away, and then check out at 11am) but I ended up waking up at 7:30 so I ordered breakfast at 8am - I ended up eating what I wanted right away and then snacking on more potatoes, a biscuit and some bacon right before I checked out at 11am.

I ordered the Grilled Vegetable Omelet with potatoes and biscuits.





And a side order of bacon.



All I could say was - Wow!

Not only was there tons of food (enough for two), but it was hot, fresh, well prepared and incredibly tasty. The omelet was perfect, the potatoes were incredible, the biscuits were flakey and even the bacon was crispy.

It was about $21 (expensive yes) including the service charge and tip. If I had to do over, I probably wouldn't order the side of bacon but that morning, I really felt like bacon.

For a couple, I'd suggest ordering this with an extra plate and silverware setting. It would be a hearty enough breakfast for both people.
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Wow you took the train down for only a few days or long was your trip ?
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Wow you took the train down for only a few days or long was your trip ?
I spent 6 nights at WDW - it takes a day and a half by train (my train left Friday at 4:30 am from Buffalo and I arrived at the AKL around 2pm Saturday).
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A great review! Thank you so much for sharing. Now, if you don't mind, please pass me the bacon, I am so hungry after reading this...Yum!
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