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Old 03-19-2010, 03:52 PM   #1
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The Wilson's Springtime Spree Trip Report

Well - here goes. Besides getting to bounce ideas off everyone, this is one place where I can try to keep all my facts straight.

Cast of characters:
Me - Disney freak from way back, but live too far away from DL!
DH - Not a big fan till we went in '08 - now a DL convert! Doesn't love it as much as me, but what can you do...?
Ds 1 - 7 years old, too cool for characters but discovered his wild side 2 years ago - rode everything but Screamin! ToT is now his favorite ride, and he's desperate to try the moving cars on the Fun Wheel! (heaven help me!)
Ds 2 - 5, loved the characters last time, wants to see if he can get more autographs this time. Can't wait to fight Darth Maul and ride Star Tours another 10 times...(and me with motion sickness issues - woe is me!!)
Dd 1 - 3, and a quintessential princess...too young last trip to be too involved in anything - but now she's a Princess and Tink fanatic, so our touring plans will need to now reflect "girly" stuff too! We must wear Princess dresses, have our hair and nails done, and have our own way at all times! Wow will this trip be a challenge!

We've travelled a bit since our first DL trip 2 years ago, so I am getting better at being away from home with kids. My biggest challenge this time, is booking everything! We've always booked packages before, but this year we found some cheaper options. We were able to get 7 day hoppers for our 10 day trip through FLightcenter, cheap web rates for the Camelot Inn, and a way cheap seat sale that let all 5 of us fly for around $1500 return!

So we are DL bound on May 16th, to spend 7 days at the parks, 1 day at Legoland (thinking of booking Greyline tour, for simplicity's sake - messing around with carseats, rental cars, etc...not my cup of tea....) and then one day just bumming around the hotel and DTD.

Currently, the bookings are as follows:
- Flights - booked with Westjet
- Hotel - 10 nights at Camelot Family suite (kids have own room!!)

and that is it. I still have to book:
- Supershuttle transfers from LAX to hotel and back.
- PS's for Ariel's (a must for the Princess) and one other character meal - was considering Minnie's, but with the poor reviews on food quality, not sure if it will be worth it for only 1 child (maybe 2) who cares a fig about characters anyway....
- Parkhoppers - TA from flightcenter is away till Mon, so will book those then, and probably get vouchers for character meals and Legoland trip at the same time.

Here is a vague trip itinerary. I still have to figure out a few things, like how the new AP's and blackout days have affected the demographics of the parks - on our last trip, weekends were to be avoided, due to the larger crowds. It looks like this time that may not be the case, so I have a bit of homework to do.
May 16th - Sunday. Arrive LAX 12:45. Probably check in at Camelot around 3pm. Settle in and head to DTD - maybe make ressies at Rainforest Cafe (since we don't have them here in the frozen North!) and an absolute MUST - stop at the Lego store for "souveneirs".
May 17th - Monday. First day at parks. Start out at DL, ride whatever we want, reorient ourselves (its been awhile) and decide what the priorities are for each child. Try to check out parades (PPP was our favorite last time, and I'm interested to see how Celebrate measures up compared to POD, which we loved!)
May 18th - Tues - probably take our MM day, since we will still be fresh and raring to go - later in the trip, it may be hard to get going early, but we will still be flush with the excitement of being there!
May 19th - try to do Jedi training - if boys don't get picked, we still have other days to try again. Dd and I will probably hit Pixie Hollow or the dreaded PFF!! May start day off in DCA to ride TSMM.
May 20th - Thurs - Our day at Legoland (wanted to avoid Legoland on a weekend, since I hear it doesn't handle crowds as well as DL, and since the 20th is a grad nite anyway, it won't impact us if we aren't in DL.)
May 21st - Friday - may be our "day off" from the parks. Wander DTD, shop, swim, regroup, sleep, etc.... since new crowd dynamics say Fridays are busier than Saturdays. Watch fireworks from hotel.
May 22nd - Saturday - use FP's, shop and roll with the punches if the park is busy. See all parades and fireworks, in case Sunday gets cancelled (happened last time).
May 23 - Sunday. Same plan as Sat.
May 24 - Start off in DCA again - TSMM
May 25 - Last day - kids choice.

Not much of a plan so far, I know. But it will come....we are assuming short park hours, lots of closures and parades/fireworks only on weekends.
We will have to remain pretty flexible if WOC opens early, but at this point it seems doubtful that anything but a soft opening would be ready in mid May.

That's enough for now. This report is basically a place for me to get myself organized - we'll see if it works!
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Old 04-05-2010, 04:59 PM   #2
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Looking forward to the report....seven days to enjoy DLR sounds great.
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That sounds like a great start!

I did 5 days with teenagers once. I won't be doing that again. haha 7 days with kids the age of yours should be fun though.
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7 days at the park should be heaven

The last time I went (November of '09), my family and I had 5-day hopper passes. The thing I like the most about being able to spend multiple days in the parks is that you're actually able to enjoy everything at your own pace. Not having to rush around to try to see everything and accommodate everyone makes everything so much more peaceful and enjoyable.

I'm sure you'll have a wonderful time! Can't wait to read more.
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Have you thought of doing the Bibbity Bobbity Boutique with your DD? We did it with our 3 year old and she LOVED IT! I have attached a couple of pics. We did the $50 package and brought her tink outfit. We hid it in the backpack and secretly gave it to the CM. She told DD that tinker bell must have brought it from home for her. Wonderful!



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Old 04-07-2010, 09:24 PM   #6
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Thanks Hound! I've read your post on the Jedi Training, made my own notes. DH is robbing file folders from the office and the kids are making signs, and we are packing their Star Wars t-shirts!
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My thought is that since you are doing Ariel's skip PFF and just do Pixie Hollow... the only reason I'd do both PFF & Ariels is if you managed to hit Ariel's on an off-day and got Princess Minnie, Pocahontas, Mulan & the Fairy Godmother instead of real princesses (I've heard it happen--but we've been very lucky and had Ariel + the main 4 each time.) We've done PFF once, and it was horrible... about an hour and a half wait... but we needed Cindy's autograph, as she was not at Ariel's... she got subbed for Mulan... we did get her autograph though, but the line was torture!!! And yes, we went early in the morning, before it officially opened.

We also love Storytellers character breakfast, and since it is close to the park, we usually do a 7:30 ressie for a 9 am park opening.
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Old 04-30-2010, 03:30 PM   #8
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Well, I have accomplished a pathetically small amount of planning since my last post - we now have countdown calendars made, and my dd spends most of her days pouring over our old maps from 2 years ago trying to decide what rides she wants to ride!

We now have tickets, or rather, paper vouchers to cash in for tickets. We're going to try to do that on our first night - we're going to DTD to eat at RC and buy Lego stuff at the store, and perhaps a Princess dress for my dd, so that might be a good time if we have to stand in line, rather than the next morning at opening.
Funny thing is, our vouchers are worded interestingly. and I quote "Inclusions - Admission to Disneyland Park - Admission to Disney's California Adventure park - ONE early entry to Disneyland Resort Theme Park - OneMagic Morning Admission."
I am considering playing dumb and pretending that I don't know that early entry and magic morning are the same thing - reading that, one would think that you get one MM and one EE.

Otherwise I haven't done much. Have more comprehensive daily plans for the first 2 days, but that's about it. Guess I'd better get my tushy in gear, hey??

On a more positive note, I am SO ready for California weather - our schools were closed yesterday due to a lovely spring storm that dumped almost a foot of snow on us! My daffodils are crushed beneath a 2 foot snowbank, piled up by the almost 60 mile an hour wind! YUCK!! So no matter how cold or rainy or miserable the weather could/might/may be at DL, it cannot possibly be any worse than here!!!
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That sounds like you guys are gonna have a great vacation and I second the suggestion on the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. We let my niece get this done last year and she was in Heaven. Hopefully the weather down their will be awesome for your trip. We're also getting the snowfall in Saskatchewan and it's never fun, so hopefully you can get out of this weather for awhile.
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Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique sounds like a great idea for your princess!
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So happy for your trip! We love having multiple days in the Parks... 8 days is our record! It really allows a different pace for your family knowing you have plenty of time to see it all and do it all and still relax! Last year we were sitting on the walk near Snow White and ger wishing well and ducks started coming around! Each one if my kiddos hand fed the ducks bits of cracker!!! Can't do that on the run! Enjoy each child, each age and each moment!
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Old 05-27-2010, 01:34 PM   #12
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We're back!!
10 day vacation, 9 miles of walking, 8 times on Space, 7 days of parkhopping, 6 tiki room shows, 5 dole whips... 4 times on Buzz, 3 tired kiddos, 2 exhausted parents and a mouse who started it all!!

That about sums up the trip! I will be posting daily accounts of what we did, once I get organized.
A few thoughts:
DL is way more crowded than it was 2 years ago
tigger tails do taste as good as I remembered
more characters need to wander the parks - just "happening" upon them were some of our most magical moments....
they really need to set the princesses free - we waited in a 45 minute line for a 2 minute encounter with 3 princesses - it was a little silly. Having said that, I'd do it again for dd in a heartbeat, because she loved it. It would probably have been a better experience if the other PFF 'stuff' had been open, but when we were there it was just 3 minutes with the princesses.
Ariel's princess lunch was a bit of a letdown too - sure we saw princesses, but as we were the last table before the princesses disappeared for the next seating, they seemed to be in a bit of a rush. they all came one right after the other, so in a span of about 4 minutes, we were rushed through 4 princesses. They barely took time to sign Allie's book and snap a quick photo, and then they were gone. Thankfully, my dd is too young to really have noticed that they rushed off - she was just grateful to have seen them. I, however, was a little dissappointed on her behalf, and had she been older, she may have been a bit upset that they didn't spend more than 10 seconds with her.

Otherwise, the trip was fantastic!
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We're back!!
10 day vacation, 9 miles of walking, 8 times on Space, 7 days of parkhopping, 6 tiki room shows, 5 dole whips... 4 times on Buzz, 3 tired kiddos, 2 exhausted parents and a mouse who started it all!!
Love this! Looking foward to your report!
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Day 1 - flight to LAX

Our departure was easy - the kids were so excited - they were awake and dressed before we were out of bed! The suitcases all fit into the van (yay!) and we were on our way! Gotta love online check in with Westjet - my heart sunk when we looked at the line for check in, but we were directed to a much much shorter line when we mentioned we had done the online check-in. We were allowed to roll the stroller right up to the plane (last year Air Canada made us check it with the luggage), and the plane wasn't full so we had an empty seat between the 5 of us to juggle kids. The satellite TV was a great distraction, and I even got to read a book on a plane for the first time ever since we had kids!
We landed on time at LAX, and after waiting a bit for the carseat and stroller at the oversize carousel, we found a supershuttle and headed to the hotel. We were early, but the Camelot had a room ready for us, just as we requested, on the 4th floor near the pool.



We unpacked a bit, then headed to DTD for dinner at the Rainforest Cafe. The older two loved it, but dd wasn't thrilled when the "storm" would hit every 20 minutes or so!


Then we made the required stop at the Lego store to pick up a small kit for each boy (the part they were looking forward to the most), then returned to the hotel for an early night. Since it was Sunday, we had planned to stay up to watch the fireworks from the pool deck, but only dh managed to stay awake - the rest of us crashed long before they began. I vaguely recall hearing some noises, but that's about it!

Day 2 - Monday.
Park opened at 9, we got in line just after 8. The weather was wet and cold, with a drizzley mist falling. But we didn't let that dampen our mood!


Gates opened at 8:30 for rope drop. We met Mickey on the way in, which really seemed to bring home to us all that we were back in Disneyland! I sent dh and the stroller to FL, while oldest ds and I grabbed FP's for Indy. Dad and 2 youngest rode Dumbo, Toad, Carousel, Pinnochio, and Storybook Land boats. FP's for Indy were valid, so we headed there. We hoped wearing runners would give Adam the 3/4 of an inch he needed to ride Indy, but he was just a hair too short. He was very, very sad. The CM at the ride was really great about it - gave him a "someday I will be tall enough to ride Indy" card and told him the next time he came, to hand the CM the card and it would work as a FP for the whole family. That cheered him up a bit, and then he and Allie and I headed to the nearest store to pick something out. Allie bought a Marie stuffy (aristocats), and Adam picked out a plastic sword.
We then walked on to PoTC, HM and Pooh. Headed to Tomorrowland - boys rode Star tours, while us girls got FP's for Space. Ate lunch at Red Rocket's, boys rode Space. We decided to deviate from the plan and head to Jedi Training, to maximize the chance of the boys being picked sometime during the trip. Then the second very sad event of the day....while the Jedi Master was choosing children, I realized Adam just happened to be wearing his Lego Star Wars t-shirt. Of course, he got picked almost immediately. I had lectured the boys on the importance of looking excited and cheering and jumping up and down, but our oldest, Logan, is just too cool for tha sort of thing, so he'd give a halfhearted cheer once in a while, and tried to stand as far away from us as possible (so he wouldn't be embarrassed by his mother!) Unfortunately, this caused his brother to be picked, and he was passed over. It was heartbreaking to behold, as he tried to hold back tears and professed not to care...."I didn't want to be picked anyway...." My heart ached for my big boy who was too cool to cheer but incredibly hurt that his brother was chosen and he wasn't. It also didn't help that he looks absolutely nothing like his brother - perhaps if the Jedi Master had known they were brothers, it wouldn't have worked out that way...who knows.
Anyhow, Adam was thrilled beyond belief, especially when he got to fight Darth Maul!!


We then went to ride Buzz, then took Logan to the penny arcade to cheer him up while dh and his brother rode Star Tours.
Then we hopped to DCA - headed straight to ToT for boys, Monsters for girls. We met Stitch on the way - a highlight of the day for Allie, as Stitch is her favorite character.


We rode Monsters again, all together this time, then headed back towards Soarin'. Adam got to "meet" McQueen and Mater, while Dh and Logan grapped fp's for Soarin.


Dropped boys at GRR to ride, Allie and I rode stationary cars on Fun Wheel. Boys rode moving cars on Fun Wheel while Allie and I rode Triton's carousel 3x in a row! Good thing my motion sickness meds hadn't worn off yet! Checked out the line for TSMM, but it was 45 mins, and we didn't think the kids had the capability of waiting in line that long after such a full and busy day.
We met back up with the boys and headed to Bug's Land. Rode the Chew Chew train, then Tuck N Roll's Buggies - boys loved smashing into one another! Lines for everything else seemed a little long, and we didn't want to miss the parade, so we headed over to pick out a spot. Benches directly across from the Pier were empty, so we parked there. Kids wanted snacks, so I headed to the Farmer's Market for some Chicken and fries. While walking back, we noticed crowds sitting across the walkway, and I headed up to ask the CM why. Turns out the parade route had changed from 2 years ago (it pays to not be cocky and assume you know what's going on!), so we quickly packed up and headed back towards the Zephyr, which was our favourite parade watching spot last trip. the parade was just as much fun as we remembered - it was one of our favorite things last time, and it was like coming home to watch it again.


We headed towards the gates, and the boys rode Soarin' on the way. I had thought to get dinner at Taste Pilot's, but forgot to check my watch - by the time the boys got off the ride, it was 6:02 and they had stopped taking orders for food. So we went back to the hotel, grabbed McD's and Quizno's and turned in early, after packing the sign for Logan to bring to JTA. We discovered that Adam had a new favourite ride - Soarin! He called it the "fly around the world" ride! And Allie's favorite? HM!!??? She has imaginary friends - the "baby ghosties", and she had been looking forward to "taking them to scary house to be with their ghostie family". My kids never cease to surprise me....

Coming soon: our experience at Ariel's, MM, my mission to get my eldest Padewan chosen at JTA, and why cold, rainy days can be your friend!
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Subbing for the TR!

We were there 3 of the same days as your family the 17-19th. (Our trip started the 15th). Maybe we passed each other in Fantasyland during MM?!
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