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Old 09-17-2013, 12:04 AM   #3331
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Day 4 Legoland

Located about 45mins from WDW on the old Cypress Gardens property, when entering the park it was more then I was expecting, although none of the rides are really huge thrill seekers, they did have some cool ones for kids, now if your kids like the Lego store in DTD they will go crazy here, they have a trading program almost like Disney's pin trading but with the little lego guys instead, my son was having a blast trading the Lego people (he got some really hard to find ones:thumbsup), They had a couple of Lego character meet & greets and a couple shows, one was a water show with lego people water skiing ( got cancelled a few minutes in due to a passing storm)

They also have a water park & you can walk through the old Cypress property's gardens (we didn't do either)
Also there was a area that had Lego cities of the world, Nasa, Pirates & Star War scenes along with a life sized Darth Vader & Darth Maul all built from lego.

They were offering a deal that you could upgrade your admission to a FL resident annual pass that included parking, so for a extra $16 a ticket it was a no brainer, since we can get back within the year

Now from what I've heard the will not let any adults in unless they are accompanied by at least 1 child under the age of 13

On our way out I got a text from my friend who wanted to know if we could meet up for a late dinner at DTD, so around 9:30 we meet up at Planet Hollywood and for a Weds at this time it was a hour wait, I guess since no park had a EMH that must have been why

None of us have ever been there before and it was quite good and reasonably priced, after dinner it was almost midnight so we headed for the bus and called it a day

Next up Day 5 Aquatica & Seaworld
I typed a long response in the app twice and it would not post. Summation. I get the under 13 thing and agree that Planet Hollywood in Orlando is good.
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Ny wife has been a little upset with me, seems that when we got married I promised her we would go to Hawaii around our 10th anniversary, I don't really recall this (but I may have been really drunk at the time)

I came up with a proposal that she excepted

July - August 2014 - 10-12 days at WDW Caribbean Beach

Nov 2014- a 4 day trip to WDW, I would fly for the 1st time as a practice run

April 2015 - both my wife and son will be off the same week so it's a 6 or 7 day trip to WDW

July- August 2015- A 2 week trip stopping at DL then to Hawaii

Nov 2015 - WDW trip

As you can see I'm a tough negotiator , I'm willing to give some, as long as I'm going to get more out of it
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Ny wife has been a little upset with me, seems that when we got married I promised her we would go to Hawaii around our 10th anniversary, I don't really recall this (but I may have been really drunk at the time)

I came up with a proposal that she excepted

July - August 2014 - 10-12 days at WDW Caribbean Beach

Nov 2014- a 4 day trip to WDW, I would fly for the 1st time as a practice run

April 2015 - both my wife and son will be off the same week so it's a 6 or 7 day trip to WDW

July- August 2015- A 2 week trip stopping at DL then to Hawaii

Nov 2015 - WDW trip

As you can see I'm a tough negotiator , I'm willing to give some, as long as I'm going to get more out of it
Sounds awesome to me. Hawaii is on my list too. When we do finally go, I am going to spend time at Aulani, so it will still have a Disney component. We went to Universal Hollywood in May, so I have given him his non Disney trip. Hopefully, that is it for a while. There may be a non Disney trip in April 2014. My husband's Mom is planning it, so I may not get to squeeze Disney in. I will certainly try though.
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Day 5 Aquatica & Sea World

We arrive at Aquatica before it opens and with our pass got preferred parking, This time my son was more then willing to try some new water rides, the 1st one he wanted to do is the slide that goes under water where the orca dolphins are, we did a few other slides but for most of the time we were in the lazy rivers & wave pool

Around noon we left to go to Sea World got to park again in preferred parking and parked next to the Sheriffs Car, my son was checking it out and the Officer asked him if he wanted a tour of the car, what 8 yr old is going to turn that down So after he got to put the lights on we went into the park, we had a ressie for the behind the scenes Penguin Tour, this was really cool we were on the other side of the glass, we got to pet some penguins and take pics with them while we learned all about them, it was a bit pricey but my son really liked it

We went to the pet show they have and got preferred seating with our passes, after the show we did all the exhibits and did a couple of rides, at the end of the night we went to the Shamu Rocks show, and once again we got dead center preferred seating with our passes, this might have been our earliest night back at the resort, but by now we could use a couple hours extra sleep

Next up Day 6 we spend the day with our friends and pull off a ultimate Commando move the really paid off big time
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Sounds awesome to me. Hawaii is on my list too. When we do finally go, I am going to spend time at Aulani, so it will still have a Disney component. We went to Universal Hollywood in May, so I have given him his non Disney trip. Hopefully, that is it for a while. There may be a non Disney trip in April 2014. My husband's Mom is planning it, so I may not get to squeeze Disney in. I will certainly try though.
Aulani is where we are planning to stay, for the agenda of the trip we have to really work it out since my wife and I have totally different plans, she wants to hang at the beach and pools, while I have 4 things I would like to do

1- see the dry docked Black Pearl
2- tour the volcanos
3- explore a jungle
4- meet Dog The Bounty Hunter

I think I'll be lucky to get 1 or 2 of them in
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Old 09-20-2013, 01:20 AM   #3336
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Aulani is where we are planning to stay, for the agenda of the trip we have to really work it out since my wife and I have totally different plans, she wants to hang at the beach and pools, while I have 4 things I would like to do 1- see the dry docked Black Pearl 2- tour the volcanos 3- explore a jungle 4- meet Dog The Bounty Hunter I think I'll be lucky to get 1 or 2 of them in
What an awesome day at Sea World. The Penguin Experience sounds fantastic. How nice of that sheriff to do that for your son!

Your wife sounds like my husband. He asks why we cannot ever take a relaxing vacation. I say that is called a staycation. Who spends a ton of time and money to travel just not do things you can do at home (swim, sunbathe, sleep, etc)? Not this girl! I have compromised a little. I told him he is welcome to spend as much time in the room as he wants, but I will be enjoying the day without him. That always gets him out the door. He wants to relax, but he hates the idea of missing fun moments with the family. If I agreed to stay in the room, I am sure he would be fine with never leaving.
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Aulani is where we are planning to stay, for the agenda of the trip we have to really work it out since my wife and I have totally different plans, she wants to hang at the beach and pools, while I have 4 things I would like to do

1- see the dry docked Black Pearl
2- tour the volcanos
3- explore a jungle
4- meet Dog The Bounty Hunter

I think I'll be lucky to get 1 or 2 of them in
Helicopter tour of the volcano would be the one I tried for.
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Day 6

We meet up with our friends bright and early at Epcot for the morning EMH, we did TT 2x and got a Fp for later, then did Mission Space orange, then decided to take a quick nap on Universe of Energy, then went to see Figment, then it was time to use our TT Fp and when we got there it was down, they told us we could use the pass anytime that day

We then headed to WS did Duffy's M&G then had lunch in Mexico, after lunch started touring the WS, the kids wanted to do the Kidscot at each Country so it gave us some extra time in each country so we got ia few shows and a little Drinking around the world in also

We were in France around 4pm so we broke off with our friends to go to our 5pm add at Shula's we were going to meet back up after dinner

We took the Friendship boat over to The S&D and I asked the CM on the boat if he had any Transportation Cards and he did, It turns out The Friendship boat was the new card

For dinner I had the 24oz Prime rib, It was AWESOME I ate the whole thing, my wife had the Blackened Salmon and she loved it she managed to eat most of it , but it was a rather large portion, That day was our 10th anniversary and I booked it that way, our waiters were well aware of it (you have 2-3 waiters serving you here), so the one came up to see what we wanted for dessert, we both said we were stuffed and didn't want anything, the waiter left and grabbed the other waiters, a few minutes later another waiter was putting forks down on our table, then a couple minutes later all 3 of our waiters came out with a big slice of I think it was Black Forest Cake dizzied with chocolate syrup with a chocolate cigar & chocolate dipped strawberry, with Happy 10th Anniversary written in chocolate around the edge of the plate, it was a chocolate lover's dream The waiters said they had to come up with something special along with the pastry chef since we didn't order dessert said there was no way we were leaving on our 10th anniversary without dessert In our opinion Shula's wait staff (they are so nice there) and quality of the food is the best you will find on property

We then took the Friendship boat back to Epcot and meet back up with our friends and the kids wanted to do Figment again, then we used our TT FP, and on the way out we did Spaceship Earth, then headed for the Monorail it's now around 8pm and we were on our way to MK with a 1am EMH

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We were in France around 4pm so we broke off with our friends to go to our 5pm add at Shula's we were going to meet back up after dinner

We took the Friendship boat over to The S&D and I asked the CM on the boat if he had any Transportation Cards and he did, It turns out The Friendship boat was the new card

For dinner I had the 24oz Prime rib, It was AWESOME I ate the whole thing, my wife had the Blackened Salmon and she loved it she managed to eat most of it , but it was a rather large portion, That day was our 10th anniversary and I booked it that way, our waiters were well aware of it (you have 2-3 waiters serving you here), so the one came up to see what we wanted for dessert, we both said we were stuffed and didn't want anything, the waiter left and grabbed the other waiters, a few minutes later another waiter was putting forks down on our table, then a couple minutes later all 3 of our waiters came out with a big slice of I think it was Black Forest Cake dizzied with chocolate syrup with a chocolate cigar & chocolate dipped strawberry, with Happy 10th Anniversary written in chocolate around the edge of the plate, it was a chocolate lover's dream The waiters said they had to come up with something special along with the pastry chef since we didn't order dessert said there was no way we were leaving on our 10th anniversary without dessert In our opinion Shula's wait staff (they are so nice there) and quality of the food is the best you will find on property
Commando on a full belly. That's the way to do it. I always like that extra special treatment Some of the places provide. Question: How was the price at Shula's compared to another steak restaurant at WDW you've been too?
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Lol. A quick nap on Universe of energy!

Sounds like you had a great day at Epcot. Your dinner at Shula's sounds fantastic. Glad you enjoyed it. Happy belayed anniversary.
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Commando on a full belly. That's the way to do it. I always like that extra special treatment Some of the places provide. Question: How was the price at Shula's compared to another steak restaurant at WDW you've been too?
Good question, I'll go with the one that is really popular LeCellar, now keep in mind on what you can get for 1 Table Credit at some places, LeCellar is now 2 Table Credits, if you got the dining plan for free it doesn't really matter, but I'm going to base this all on if you are paying out of pocket since Shula's is not on the dining plan

LeCeller - 12 oz Strip Steak $44, comes with sides
Shula's - 16 oz Strip Steak $46, entree only, sides are separate (note sides are steakhouse portions and can easily be shared among a few people each side is approx $9)


LeCeller - 8oz Filet Mignon - $43 comes with sides
Shula's - 12 oz Filet Mignon- $49 entree only

For what the two have in common pricing is really not far off Shula's has bigger portions but you have to pay extra for sides, but the sides are generous portions that are enough for a few people. Now if you were using the DP at Le Celler you would be paying more then you would at Shula's

I like LeCeller don't get me wrong, but as far as quality meat ( Norm I know you like a good steak, and I know you know I'm the same way, and let's face it we are not the small guy's we like our eating) Shula's has them all beat big time when it comes to variety of cuts, I always get The 24oz prime rib at $48 and has no bone, but when you compare the 10oz prime rib at Olivia's is $27.99 (don't remember if it had a bone or not) it is a good price for over double

They offer a 24 oz Porterhouse for $48 and if you are really hungary you could get a 48oz Porterhouse for $97

I got The Prime Rib, my wife had Blacked Salmon, we got 2 sides, and together had 3 cocktails the bill came to $137 plus tip all in all not that bad
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Lol. A quick nap on Universe of energy!

Sounds like you had a great day at Epcot. Your dinner at Shula's sounds fantastic. Glad you enjoyed it. Happy belayed anniversary.
Hey that a good solid half hour of sleep, usually get max 5hrs a night sleep at WDW, so thats 10% right there, when you see a chance take it

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Good question, I'll go with the one that is really popular LeCellar, now keep in mind on what you can get for 1 Table Credit at some places, LeCellar is now 2 Table Credits, if you got the dining plan for free it doesn't really matter, but I'm going to base this all on if you are paying out of pocket since Shula's is not on the dining plan

LeCeller - 12 oz Strip Steak $44, comes with sides
Shula's - 16 oz Strip Steak $46, entree only, sides are separate (note sides are steakhouse portions and can easily be shared among a few people each side is approx $9)


LeCeller - 8oz Filet Mignon - $43 comes with sides
Shula's - 12 oz Filet Mignon- $49 entree only

For what the two have in common pricing is really not far off Shula's has bigger portions but you have to pay extra for sides, but the sides are generous portions that are enough for a few people. Now if you were using the DP at Le Celler you would be paying more then you would at Shula's

I like LeCeller don't get me wrong, but as far as quality meat ( Norm I know you like a good steak, and I know you know I'm the same way, and let's face it we are not the small guy's we like our eating) Shula's has them all beat big time when it comes to variety of cuts, I always get The 24oz prime rib at $48 and has no bone, but when you compare the 10oz prime rib at Olivia's is $27.99 (don't remember if it had a bone or not) it is a good price for over double

They offer a 24 oz Porterhouse for $48 and if you are really hungary you could get a 48oz Porterhouse for $97

I got The Prime Rib, my wife had Blacked Salmon, we got 2 sides, and together had 3 cocktails the bill came to $137 plus tip all in all not that bad
That sounds about right, and yes, I like my steak". We are going to Shula's in a couple weeks. My initial plan was to order some surf and turf, since I like lobster as well. But, I may just save that for Fulton's. Filet or Prime Rib are the cuts I usually order.
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Day 6 contd.

We are on our way to MK from Epcot via the Monorails it's already after 8pm, by the time we got into MK it was around 8:50, we walk in and it's wall to wall people waiting for the parade that's almost ready to start My friend says oh well I guess we are going to see the parade again, I've been in this spot before I know we can get throgh the crowd but it's going to take some time, then I barely hear something and Ultimate Commando mode kicks in, I tell everyone up the stairs, what I heard was the train coming

We got on the train and it was the last one out of Main Street for the night, and we made our escape We got off over in Frontier land and had a 15 min wait for Splash Mountain got off and waited for only 3 trains on Big Thunder, when we got off we wanted to get to POTC when we got to the crossing the parade was by Country Bears and we just made it across , we walked right on POTC & Jungle Cruise now the parade was over so we did the Tiki Room, when we got out everyone was getting ready for the fireworks so next we walked on It's A Small World, headed to Space Mountain with a 30min wait, when we got off we were now into the EMH's, next we went on Buzz SRS, then BTM again along with Jungle Cruise the we decided to leave a little early to avoid the big bus line, worked like a charm, when our bus was leaving you could see people flooding out of the park heading for the buses

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That sounds about right, and yes, I like my steak". We are going to Shula's in a couple weeks. My initial plan was to order some surf and turf, since I like lobster as well. But, I may just save that for Fulton's. Filet or Prime Rib are the cuts I usually order.
I always like the different steak cuts visual presentation, You know what your getting and the Waiter's know what they are talking about and can answer any questions you may have about the cuts

Also they do have a child's menu
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