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Old 10-03-2010, 12:47 AM   #31
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Just wanted to let you know that I'm enjoying your TR and looking forward to hearing about the rest of your trip!
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your dress is gorgeous! I love love loveee i t!
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Old 10-03-2010, 10:24 AM   #33
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OoO love your dress!!! and I vote No necklace at all, it takes away from the dress and you.

Are you going to do a planning thread on BDW?
You can find mine on there under "Meag Tuck's planning thread" that was one of my fave parts!

OoO sooo excited for you!
Oh! I had not made the connection! I saw your wedding pictures (and I think even commented on it one time). They are gorgeous!!! Especially the TTD, so dramatic!

Thanks for my dress. I'll probably do a planning thread, though I have to wait until it's almost my wedding date to post it. I should start preparing it though...

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I wanted to pop on and let you know that I think your dress is beautiful, and I'm glad that I got a glimpse of it before you pull it off again.

Since you are getting married in Cuba, my vote was for you to have some color around your neck. It might go nice with the tropical flavor of Cuba.

If you need colorful necklace inspiration, you can't go wrong with reading Lurky Loo's wedding PTR and TR. She is the QUEEN of Disney weddings and her gown and jewelry for her wedding were just spectacular (and she is super funny to boot).

Here is her link: http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=1726902

Wishing you the best!
Thank you!
And thanks for the link to Lurky's pictures. I do love the pop of color on her! I think I would just have to find earrings to match, or a blue ribbon for my flowers. That way the blue necklace wouldn't look alone. Or if I choose pink, make sure I have pink flowers. I won't know what flowers I'll get until I get there though.

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Just wanted to let you know that I'm enjoying your TR and looking forward to hearing about the rest of your trip!
I'm glad you are enjoying my TR. I'll try to finish Animal Kingdom soon. I got sidetracked by my cat sitting ON my arm last night, and then it was just getting too late.

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Old 10-03-2010, 12:30 PM   #34
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First of all, how about a picture of the little culprit who stopped me from continuing my update last night?

His name is Ti-Myst, and he is 7 years old.

Here is his little sister (not blood related), Yuna. She is 4.


Ok, so back to the trip report.


Mega Waves, Date Night, and FastPass Baby!


Day 2 - Our real first day at WDW - Rope drop at Magical Kingdom? - Continued

*Oops, I reread my notes and realized that I forget to say that we used our EE FP after we got new ones for KRR. We all loved the coaster, though me and DD did feel a little woozy because of the dark backward part.


Ok, so we were walking around the back of the Tree of Life. It lead to "It's Tough to be a Bug. There was no wait, so we watched it. It was quite funny. We should've taken a picture with the bugs 3D glasses though.

The Lion King is one of my all-time favorite animated movie, so that's where we headed next. Again, we got there just in time for the next show so only a 5-10 minutes wait. The show was GREAT! I sang along the whole time. I'm actually torn for my Disneymoon, because part of me wants to see it again, and part of me wants to try out Nemo... Hopefully we'll have time for both!
We were in the Elephant section!


Time for some FOOD PORN!
We ate lunch at Flame Tree BBQ. We found some nice shaded seating in the back, overlooking the river/lake and Expedition Everest.
I got the salad (good but way too big), DD got the pulled pork sandwich, and DH got the ribs. Everything was tasty, including the chocolate cake and (I think) key lime pie desserts.



Though DD and DH are not big animal fans, I am so I really wanted to walk the Maharaja Jungle Trek. Tigers are amongst my favorite animals. Didn't get a good picture of them though. Outside of the trek I enjoyed watching the scaffolding full of monkeys. Cute!

It was finally time for the ride I had been waiting for, Kali River Rapids. I love water, so I was hoping to get soaked. My wish came true! The wave came STRAIGHT over us and we were drenched.
Some were happy about this:


Some... not so much!



By this time it was around 1:45pm and we had done everything we had planned on doing at Animal Kingdom. No more than a 10 minutes wait on anything. Our first park was a success!

On the bus drive back to the resort I got a text saying our room was ready. Yay! We were in Aruba, building 56. The view out of our room was a lovely courtyard. We couldn't be more close to the bus stop, which was great at night after long days in the park. It was a nice 5-10 minutes walk to Old Port Royal, which didn't bother us.

After settling in to our room we decided to try out the resort pool. It was renovated just a few years ago and has a very cool pirate theme. It rained a little, but no lightning so we stayed in the pool. DD didn't know how to swim and was quite afraid of water, so we spent a lot of time trying little exercises with her and showing her how fun swimming can be.

I didn't take pictures this time, but we have another day at the pool later in the week.

By the time we got back to the room it was already past 5pm. A quick shower, then off to Hollywood Studios!

First thing we did was grab a fastpass for Star Tours. It was for 45 minutes later, so we went to Backlot Express to eat dinner. It was the SALTIEST fries I have ever eaten. I usually put lots of salt on my fries, but this was way too much. None of us finished it. Burger was ok. The marbled cheesecake, which we brought back to the room and ate later (we often did that, as they often gave us too much food) was awesome!


DD and DH rode Star Tours (I was feeling queasy. Not sure if it was because of eating too much, or seeing the sign say be careful about motion sickness that made me nervous).

We got in line for Fantasmic. It was a long wait, both outside and inside the theatre. It was a great show, but we doubt we'll want to wait that long again for it.

We went back to the resort and straight to bed.

Up next, breakfast with Stitch!!

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Old 10-10-2010, 10:37 PM   #35
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Mega Waves, Date Night, and FastPass Baby!


Day 3 - "Yes Stitch, it really is you"

On our first official night at Disney we had seen Fantasmic, then came back to the resort and went to sleep.

On this third day of our trip we got woken up at 6am by a phone call from Stitch. What a coincidence, as we had a breakfast planned with him that morning. We got ready, took a bus to the Magic Kingdom, then the monorail to the Poly. We didn't wait too long before we were seated for our breakfast at Ohana.

The food was great. First we received a fruit platter and some bread:


Breakfast is served family style, so they just bring everything in the middle and you take what you want. There was bacon, scrambled eggs, hash browns, sausage and something else I don't remember. You can also see the fruit juice in this picture, which DD and DH said was extremely tasty:


You could also ask for the traditional Mickey waffle, which I did of course!


Now, my favorite part of the day (and possibly even the whole trip!), Stitch came to see us! I LOVE Stitch!!! I have been wanting to adopt him and give him a nice family ever since I saw him cry all alone in the forest like the ugly duckling.
Here is me spotting Stitch across the room:


As part of my teacher training education in college, I took a class on how to teach art to children. In that class we had to do several art projects. For one I decided to draw Stitch, so I brought this drawing for him to sign. When I presented it to him Stitch kept pointing at the drawing, then himself, then the drawing again. He could not believe he was holding a picture of him. I told him "Yes Stitch, it really is you."


He signed my picture, and gave me the biggest hug! I was on cloud 9.

Then just before he left he licked me!



The other characters then made their way to us (for some reason everytime I look at that picture I feel like Lilo is making the sign for "call me" LOL):



We finished breakfast just in time to get to Magic Kingdom for rope drop. Even caught a bit of the opening show.

Continued in next post...


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Old 10-10-2010, 10:38 PM   #36
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We all had been to Magic Kingdom when we were younger, but it still felt magical seeing the castle again.


Our first order of business was riding Buzz Lightyear. Dh navigated, while DD and I shooted. I won, but our scores were all very low. We then made our way to the other side of the park and got FP for Splash Mountain. We rode Big Thunder Mountain, which I was very excited about because it had been closed when I had last been there 20 years before. It did not disappoint. Then it was on to Pirates of the Caribbean, which we all had great memories of. Wait was less than 15 minutes for all our rides that day.

For Jungle Cruise our skipper was Sarah, We all laughed a lot at her corny jokes.

We then went to watch the Enchanted Tiki Room. I don't remember where I had read it (probably in the Unofficial Guide), but whoever said that this show must have been written by someone on drug was right. It was entertaining in it's own way.

Onto Haunted Mansion, a favorite of mine back when I was a kid. It was even better this time, now that I speak English and could understand everything that was being said.
It was time to use our FP for Splash Mountain. Love this ride! It's the perfect combination of great storytelling, lots of details, and a little thrill at the end. We then got FP for Big Thunder Mountain because DD loved it so much and wanted to ride it again. It's one of the only attraction that we had time to do twice during our trip.

We grabbed some slushes and smoothies and took the raft to Tom Sawyer Island. I have to say, this was a nice hidden gem for us. We really enjoyed our time there, exploring the caves, walking on the barrel bridge, shooting people on Big Thunder Mountain (ok, not really, that would not have been nice. ) and leaving our mark in one of the playground area:

While we were there it rained a bit, but not very hard so we just kept on exploring the island. Just too bad that we had JUST put on another coat of sunscreen and it was all washed away. Oh well.

We made our way back on land and used our FP for Big Thunder Moutain. By then it was about 1:30pm and we had done almost everything on our touring plan. The park was getting quite crowded, and the rain seemed to want to come back, so we decided to leave the park and go to Downtown Disney for a few hours. We'd come back later for our ADR at Crystal Palace. I'll talk about that in my next update.

I'm sorry, we had taken way more pictures than that at Magic Kingdom, but I can't find them.

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I know we are still several months before we can make ADRs, but I've been thinking about this a lot lately. Since we'll either be paying OOP or having the quick-service dining plan, we will only be eating at table-service restaurants a few times. But there are so many choices in Disney that it's hard to narrow it down to 2-3!!! Please help!

I know for sure one of them HAS to be a character meal. Last time we did dinner at Crystal Palace and breakfast with Stitch. I loved both, especially Ohana because Stitch is my favorite. I wouldn't mind doing it again, however I kind of want to try something new. I was thinking of breakfast at Tusker House with Donald. That way we can head straight to the Safari after. However lately I've been reading reviews that say that it's really loud and rushed. Can anyone compare it to either Ohana or Crystal Palace so I can have an idea what to expect? How is the food? Should we try something else instead, like maybe Chef Mickey or Cape may Cafe?

Our second choice is Ohana for dinner. DH is a huge meat fan, so that's why he wants to try this. I just like the Poly and I want to watch Wishes from the beach, so I agreed. But again, lots of contradicting reviews. Any thoughts on this?

Finally, as I've posted last week, we have recently been thinking of Coral Reef, mainly for the atmosphere. What do you guys think about this? Any good or bad experiences there?

Otherwise, any other suggestions, hidden gems you have found, something we can't miss (but not signature as that is too pricy)?

Hope you guys can help me!
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I know we are still several months before we can make ADRs, but I've been thinking about this a lot lately. Since we'll either be paying OOP or having the quick-service dining plan, we will only be eating at table-service restaurants a few times. But there are so many choices in Disney that it's hard to narrow it down to 2-3!!! Please help!

I know for sure one of them HAS to be a character meal. Last time we did dinner at Crystal Palace and breakfast with Stitch. I loved both, especially Ohana because Stitch is my favorite. I wouldn't mind doing it again, however I kind of want to try something new. I was thinking of breakfast at Tusker House with Donald. That way we can head straight to the Safari after. However lately I've been reading reviews that say that it's really loud and rushed. Can anyone compare it to either Ohana or Crystal Palace so I can have an idea what to expect? How is the food? Should we try something else instead, like maybe Chef Mickey or Cape may Cafe?

Our second choice is Ohana for dinner. DH is a huge meat fan, so that's why he wants to try this. I just like the Poly and I want to watch Wishes from the beach, so I agreed. But again, lots of contradicting reviews. Any thoughts on this?

Finally, as I've posted last week, we have recently been thinking of Coral Reef, mainly for the atmosphere. What do you guys think about this? Any good or bad experiences there?

Otherwise, any other suggestions, hidden gems you have found, something we can't miss (but not signature as that is too pricy)?

Hope you guys can help me!
first off, I loveeee coral reef! everything, the food, atmosphere, service, everything! I was scared to go, since it did get so many bad reviews, but I am pretty picky and I loved it!

I also LOVED Tusker House! Although, I will agree, it is loud..but I didn't feel rushed, other than by my own impatience!

Sophia (Ohiodisneylover) loves grand floridian cafe, and from her pics it looks super romantic! so that may be fun! I also recommend Kona cafe for breakfast if you can fit it in!! I haven't done dinner there yet, but the breakfast was amazing!

As far as Ohana goes, I'm on the fence. Went there, but didn't love it..didn't hate it either! The dessert is TO DIE FOR though! I can say that! I think it is a fun experience, just not fantastic food if you are looking for quality.

Boma is another great breakfast if you are looking for one, as is Chef Mickeys!

Hope that was helpful!
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first off, I loveeee coral reef! everything, the food, atmosphere, service, everything! I was scared to go, since it did get so many bad reviews, but I am pretty picky and I loved it!

I also LOVED Tusker House! Although, I will agree, it is loud..but I didn't feel rushed, other than by my own impatience!

Sophia (Ohiodisneylover) loves grand floridian cafe, and from her pics it looks super romantic! so that may be fun! I also recommend Kona cafe for breakfast if you can fit it in!! I haven't done dinner there yet, but the breakfast was amazing!

As far as Ohana goes, I'm on the fence. Went there, but didn't love it..didn't hate it either! The dessert is TO DIE FOR though! I can say that! I think it is a fun experience, just not fantastic food if you are looking for quality.

Boma is another great breakfast if you are looking for one, as is Chef Mickeys!

Hope that was helpful!
Thanks for the suggestions. I just checked the menus and out of all those you mentioned, I have to say Boma sounds yummy!! So many choices! And I did want to visit Animal Kingdom lodge... Now I don't know if I should give up having a character meal for a great breakfast... Tough choice!

I think DH had mentioned wanting to try the Tonga toast, so Kona Cafe is a definite other possibilities. I'm not a fan of bananas though... which means I may also not like the dessert at Ohana...

Not so sure about the Grand Floridian Cafe though. We ate at Narcoossee last time and though the food was amazing, it just isn't a resort that interests us much... not our style.

I'm getting hungry!
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Thanks for the suggestions. I just checked the menus and out of all those you mentioned, I have to say Boma sounds yummy!! So many choices! And I did want to visit Animal Kingdom lodge... Now I don't know if I should give up having a character meal for a great breakfast... Tough choice!

I think DH had mentioned wanting to try the Tonga toast, so Kona Cafe is a definite other possibilities. I'm not a fan of bananas though... which means I may also not like the dessert at Ohana...

Not so sure about the Grand Floridian Cafe though. We ate at Narcoossee last time and though the food was amazing, it just isn't a resort that interests us much... not our style.

I'm getting hungry!
I am not a fan of GF either! BUT, the food is the main objective here is food! Boma is awesome, and Kona is my fav for breakfat! I get the big kahuna, not the tonga toast though!

another fun breakfast is 1900 park fare..again at the GF, BUT alice and mad hatter are there!!
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I am not a fan of GF either! BUT, the food is the main objective here is food! Boma is awesome, and Kona is my fav for breakfat! I get the big kahuna, not the tonga toast though!

another fun breakfast is 1900 park fare..again at the GF, BUT alice and mad hatter are there!!
I just talked with DH and showed him the menus for both Tusker House and Boma. Seeing as he loves food, he was very interested in the offerings of Boma (mainly the omelet station and the possibility of fresh mango). So it looks like it's a definite maybe for us to go there.

We figured that we would go on our rest day: book a late breakfast, take a cab directly there, eat at Boma, visit the resort, then take a bus wherever we feel like going (whether it's a park, DTD, a waterpark, or even going back to our resort to enjoy the pool). Plus by having a late breakfast we could skip lunch and just have a snack before dinner. Thanks again for the suggestion!

I did tell him though that if we don,t do any character meal then we HAVE to wait in at least one character line in a park.

You are also the second person to tell us that they were happily surprised by Coral Reef, so that looks like it's here to stay.

Now the only one left that we are not sure of is Ohana... where else could we go for a romantic dinner and great meet?
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Hey Mel!

We LOVE Crystal Palace breakfast! We tried Donald's Safari breakfast last trip and I would choose CP or that ANY DAY! The atmosphere is just so much better in CP and you can't beat the puffed french toast! It was nice to go straight to the safari right after and honestly, I am glad that we tried it so if you really want to try something different, go for it!

I would DEFINITELY do 'Ohana for dinner! It's our favorite but you have to be on top of it at 180 days to score it! Other than that, we really liked Kouzzina last trip.
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I just talked with DH and showed him the menus for both Tusker House and Boma. Seeing as he loves food, he was very interested in the offerings of Boma (mainly the omelet station and the possibility of fresh mango). So it looks like it's a definite maybe for us to go there.
the fruit selection is phenomenal! all of the food was super fresh and tasty!If it helps, my DD Kayla chooses Boma over ANY character meal! It is by far her fav breakfast on property!

We figured that we would go on our rest day: book a late breakfast, take a cab directly there, eat at Boma, visit the resort, then take a bus wherever we feel like going (whether it's a park, DTD, a waterpark, or even going back to our resort to enjoy the pool). Plus by having a late breakfast we could skip lunch and just have a snack before dinner. Thanks again for the suggestion!
fantastic idea! sounds romantic and just relaxing!

I did tell him though that if we don,t do any character meal then we HAVE to wait in at least one character line in a park.

You are also the second person to tell us that they were happily surprised by Coral Reef, so that looks like it's here to stay.

Now the only one left that we are not sure of is Ohana... where else could we go for a romantic dinner and great meet?
hmm.. idk that a character meet and dinner are super romantic! lol! If your looking for romance I say do the Coral reef, and then for the character meet and fun do Ohana! Plus although it has characters and children, Ohana has a darker more intimate feel to me. which makes it kind of romantic! no?
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Hey Mel!

We LOVE Crystal Palace breakfast! We tried Donald's Safari breakfast last trip and I would choose CP or that ANY DAY! The atmosphere is just so much better in CP and you can't beat the puffed french toast! It was nice to go straight to the safari right after and honestly, I am glad that we tried it so if you really want to try something different, go for it!

I would DEFINITELY do 'Ohana for dinner! It's our favorite but you have to be on top of it at 180 days to score it! Other than that, we really liked Kouzzina last trip.
While we enjoyed CP last time, Pooh and friends are not really our favorite characters and we do want to try something new. The puffed french toast does sound yummy though!

What makes Ohana your favorite?

I'll check out the menu for Kouzzina.

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the fruit selection is phenomenal! all of the food was super fresh and tasty!If it helps, my DD Kayla chooses Boma over ANY character meal! It is by far her fav breakfast on property!

hmm.. idk that a character meet and dinner are super romantic! lol! If your looking for romance I say do the Coral reef, and then for the character meet and fun do Ohana! Plus although it has characters and children, Ohana has a darker more intimate feel to me. which makes it kind of romantic! no?
Well it must be awesome food for a kid to prefer it over character meal!! And yeah, the more I think about it, the more I think going to Boma would make for a very relaxed and romantic rest day.

Ohana is only a character meal at breakfast (which we did last time). At dinner it's a regular table-service.

Right now we are thinking of doing both Ohana and Coral Reef, though we are always opened to new suggestions.
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While we enjoyed CP last time, Pooh and friends are not really our favorite characters and we do want to try something new. The puffed french toast does sound yummy though!

What makes Ohana your favorite?

I'll check out the menu for Kouzzina.
'Ohana? The atmosphere, the drinks, the food! We went to town on the chicken wings and pot stickers, we barely had room for the meats!!

At Kouzzina, I had the flank steak and DH had the lamb. We both cleaned our plates, it was soooo good! It was definitely more "adult." We got a little dressed up, ordered a pitcher of sangria and had a really nice, relaxing meal, followed by our night out at Jellyrolls! It was perfect...except for the drunken meat-heads at Jellyrolls but thanks to them, we made it to Epcot EMH that night!
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