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Old 09-12-2010, 11:40 PM   #31
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I was behind several updates, but I'm back and all caught up!

Your comment about the importance of your park bag. I'll share a little secret... By the end of our trip in July, I was going bagless! Much to the amazement of my stunned DH. Actually, we would carry in a camelback or two of water, and an empty, flattened string backpack. I also had my small camera bag, but I would open up the pockets and we would sail through the entrance without going to bag check. Then we would have the string pack to use during the day. A DISer suggested this. LOVED it!

I can totally appreciate the beauty of your Pineapple Coconut muffin. And the wonderfulness of Macadamia Pineapple Pancakes. I have ordered those 3 years in a row. They are my FAVORITE thing to eat in the World. And maybe even the world. Did you sample the Pineapple Coconut Danish at the BC CL? That was delish, too!

OMG, OMG, OMG! What a VIEW!!! OMG!

Great photo of you and Emmy at the Partners statue.

Looking forward to the next update!

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Hi there Dee! Yes, I'm still learning to travel lighter. I definitely didn't need an entire tote bag. The bulky item that kept taking up room was the sweater that I always seemed to need due to the A/C when we were indoors. I need to get a drawstring pack since it is good for light days (you know what I mean with that!!)

And yes, I definitely had one (or more) of the coconut/pineapple danishes at the BC CL... oh, so good. Man, why did you bring that up, I was perfectly content with my 100 calorie snack mix until this moment!!

Thanks for checking back in... more review to follow tomorrow.
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Hi there Dee! Yes, I'm still learning to travel lighter. I definitely didn't need an entire tote bag. The bulky item that kept taking up room was the sweater that I always seemed to need due to the A/C when we were indoors. I need to get a drawstring pack since it is good for light days (you know what I mean with that!!)

And yes, I definitely had one (or more) of the coconut/pineapple danishes at the BC CL... oh, so good. Man, why did you bring that up, I was perfectly content with my 100 calorie snack mix until this moment!!

Thanks for checking back in... more review to follow tomorrow.
As I mentioned, this was an incredible and surprising transformation for me. Several times Mark said "Who are you and what did you do with my wife?" You need to start out with baby steps to MK when you are close to your BLT home or quick jaunts into EPCOT from BC. Can't really help you on the sweater though. Maybe you could carry that in and then slip into the drawstring bag after you get through the baggage check.

You should be thankful I didn't post my photo of the row of danishes! Now I am drooling!
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Old 09-14-2010, 12:20 AM   #33
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Fri. 8/20 Exploring Epcot

Friday August 20, 2010 – Epcot Day

We slept so good in the beds at BLT just as we did later at the Beach Club. I was awake around 7:15am and we needed to hustle to make our 8:15 ADR at 1900 Park Fare (Supercalifragalistic character breakfast) at the Grand Floridian. The good news is that it was only a few monorail stops from our hotel so we didn’t need a lot of travel time.




When we arrived at the Grand Floridian and walked through those doors I can’t tell you what an amazing feeling it was to take it all in. I’ve seen photos but the reality of standing there was rather like my emotional rush upon seeing the view from our BLT theme park view room. The hotel is stunning. We didn’t have a lot of time to wander around but I did take a quick tour of the lobby and snap some pics.







If you care to read my 1900 Park Fare dining review - you will find it here!

As far as this character dining experience - I LOVED this breakfast buffet. And not just for the characters! It was one of my favorite meals of our trip.

Here's the photo taken by the photographers at 1900 Park Fare:


They sell the photo package of (1) 5x7 and (2) 3x5 photos for $31.90

We had decided to spend the day at Epcot since we had a lunch reservation at Chefs de France so that is the direction we were headed. However, before we went to Epcot and since we had to bypass our stop to get to the Ticket and Transportation Center (TTC) we made a pit stop at our resort for me to change clothes since I wanted to wear my running shoes and something that was not a dress!

When we eventually left BLT we caught the monorail to the TTC where the gates were open and they were still boarding. We kept walking down the length of the train looking for a car that was not crowded. We had reached the next to the last car and the Cast Member working the boarding position yelled at us to just get on a car NOW! Sheesh! Didn’t know we were upsetting her…it was a very un-magical moment and the only time in our stay for which we did not encounter a friendly Cast Member. Even the people that were on the car with us made a comment that it was un-necessary. I got over it really quickly, like by the time the train pulled out of the station!

Since we had taken our time that morning, we didn’t get into the front gate of Epcot until around 11am. After having our “golf ball” photo taken we wandered into Future World.



We had no particular destination or plan….just take it all in and enjoy the day.

We had not tried Test Track the last time we were at Epcot so that was my only “must do” attraction. The stand by line was about a 45 min wait so we got fast passes with a return time of 3:25pm.

We saw Innoventions and decided to check it out more because it was air conditioned than because we were dying to see anything inside. However, the first thing we saw was Sum of all Thrills which I wasn’t entirely sure what it was but there was a sizable line that translated to – a very cool thing to do! We asked the Cast Member what it was and when she told us that it was where you design and ride your own roller coaster I knew it was an interesting thing to do. I had actually read a review from someone who had done this and I had it on my mental “I’m curious” list. It ended up being totally awesome!!



Design Lab:


I let Em select the type of vehicle and the ride segments. I took a lot of photos:

The card with a magnetic strip that contains the ride we created.


How many people?


Swipe your card:


Designing the first segment:


Engineering the maneuver so that the speed doesn't cause the ride to fall off the track:



More designing with the "tools"


Almost done with this part:


Calibrating speed:


Designing the second segment:


Finishing up:


You get to name your ride:


Ready to move to the simulator:


I was a bit nervous when I saw that you had to be in an enclosed hooded thingie… I even asked the cast member how long the ride was (1 min. 30 seconds) because I didn’t want to flip out from claustrophobia and I wanted to know how long I would have to hold in my hysteria. In the end, it was entirely fun and a great experience. I didn’t flip out and I didn’t pee my pants from the 360 degree revolutions. You can see your co-rider on video in the corner of the monitor.

This is the photo op of the ride seats without the simulator:


What kind of fun and antics could follow that experience? I saw Club Cool and immediately an evil plan formed in my mind.



Those of you who have been there know what I was thinking…..I was going to see if I could get my daughter to try the infamous Beverly Italian soda. I filled a cup and gave it to her to drink but she knew from my wicked grin that I was up to something.





A complete stranger and his fiancé came up to us when he saw what I was doing and played along trying to get her to take a sip. He even drank some and said that it tasted like “rainbows and monkeys.” I said that I would drink some first so with video camera rolling and my best attempt to keep a straight face, I drank that vile concoction. I don’t know what rainbows and monkeys taste like but they are not good!! Well, that didn’t bode too well with getting her to try it but eventually she played along and didn’t react just to spite me for my attempt to trick her. Well, mark that off the list of things to do. Thank you just engaged couple for playing along and helping me out!! (I know, this was just mean of me now that I look back!)

Next up: Lunch at Chefs de France and more Epcot fun!
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Along for the ride of your TR

I actually found your link on another DIS'rs blog - the link for your dining review. So, I did that first and then followed you over to your TR. I'm very much enjoying it, and love the fact that you separated the two reviews. Looking forward to reading more on both sites.

The view from your room at the towers is priceless!!! Wow - what a wonderful way to begin your trip.
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I actually found your link on another DIS'rs blog - the link for your dining review. So, I did that first and then followed you over to your TR. I'm very much enjoying it, and love the fact that you separated the two reviews. Looking forward to reading more on both sites.

The view from your room at the towers is priceless!!! Wow - what a wonderful way to begin your trip.
Why thanks for reading along! Yes, the view was pretty amazing!! Now I'm spoiled for any other view.

I've gotta get some more photos ready to get my next installment posted.
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The GF lobby looks amazing! FYI: I tried to follow the link to the dining review, but I just saw a photo.

What a nice morning of trying new things! Even though one of them is the vile Beverly! We had a fun time on Sum of all Thrills, too.

Looking forward to hearing more about your day!
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Epcot Day 8/20 continued....

So we were in Epcot...


It was getting close to our 1:00pm lunch ADR at Chefs de France so we started touring World Showcase. By the time we checked into the restaurant it was about 15 minutes prior to our reservation time. We were seated within a couple minutes – early again. Steve was our fabulous French waiter. This was one of Em’s favorite restaurants and while I enjoyed it it wasn’t one of my top 3. Well, except for the cute waiters!

For a full Chefs de France dining review with photos - check it out here.



After waddling out of the restaurant we decided to get some photos with Belle since she was making appearances in France near the restaurant. We had seen Beast earlier but when we were there he was a no-show.



We ended up touring France and watched the 16 minute film regarding the beautiful French countryside. I literally fell asleep briefly during the film – too much food and not enough digestion!

It was about time to head to Test Track in Future World for our fast passes. This was such a fun ride and we were in the front row so I was able to video the experience. I was a bit nervous when the car hit the “open highway” and the speed was increasing – what if my camera flipped out of my hand? Well, that didn’t happen and the video was pretty good.







After this little adventure, I had a headache that was only getting worse. We decided to go back to our hotel and rest until our dinner reservation which was scheduled for 8pm at The Wave. I took some Tylenol and napped in the sleeper chair in the room. I awoke around 7pm and found that my daughter had fallen asleep in the Master bedroom. I didn’t feel like going anywhere since I still wasn’t 100% and I had zero appetite from our huge lunch in France. And to top it all off….I still had to pack our bags for our transfer to our new hotel the next day. So I cancelled our dinner reservation.

We sat on the balcony and took photos of the glorious sunset – enjoying our last evening with a view of the castle and the amazing views of the Seven Seas Lagoon.







Around 9:30 we decided to go to the Contempo Café and get some dinner. We stopped on the walkway/bridge and watched a lightening storm off in the distance. Again, we Californian’s think this is an amazing display of nature and I was really enjoying it. They had a movie playing near the beach area as well.



We also saw part of the boat parade on Bay Lake:


Here's my mini Contempo Cafe review.

After picking up our dinner, we made it back to the room just in time to watch the Wishes fireworks show from the balcony. Of course, I couldn’t find the TV channel to listen to the accompanying sound track so we simply watched. We watched Wishes three times all from different locations. Still on my list was to watch Wishes from the beach at the Poly.

At 11pm we felt like going to MK for the EMH – they were open until 3am.


We walked to MK and were able to ride Dumbo, Winnie the Pooh, Haunted Mansion (after being directionally challenged since we were unsure where the heck in the park it was located – for CA it is in New Orleans Square). We did the Tomorrowland Speedway and then finished the night with BTMRR.









For all of the rides/attractions we were asked to show our room key for EMH – and yes, they even checked the dates.

Around 1:45am we decided that we had had enough fun for the night. We stopped by Main Street Bakery to use some snack credits – we had our food purchases packaged “to go” and got a few drinks to put in our fridge.

Our last stop was the Emporium shop since Em wanted to get a princess tiara. It was a tough decision between Cinderella and Belle but Belle won. For the remainder of the trip you will see this proudly displayed on Em’s head.



We called it a night and were in bed around 3am.


Up Next: Changing Resorts - Check in at Beach Club Resort

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Again, WOW!!! The views of the castle at sunset from your room! WOW!!!

Good call on the quickie supper and late night visit to MK. I am always in awe of people who can do late night touring. You guys were just getting started at the time I would be packing it in!

Sounds like you had some fun night rides at MK.

Sorry you weren't feeling better at EPCOT, but you will be nice and close very soon... As you know, I am really looking forward to the BC portion of your trip!

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Sat. August 21, 2010 Txf from BLT to BC Resort

Saturday August 21, 2010

This was a take it easy day with no park touring plans and no dining reservations until tonight. We were set to transfer resorts from Bay Lake Tower to Beach Club Resort.

We slept in since we had a wild and crazy night before. Well....I exaggerate, but it was at least a late night - especially for me since I'm not a young pup! Because of our late night we ended up cancelling our breakfast reservation for The Wave at 7:45am. I really wanted to try The Wave but now I had cancelled a dinner and a breakfast so I’ll have to book another trip to try it out! In any event, we ended up eating our bakery items from Main Street Bakery. I had an apple turnover and Em had a huge cinnamon roll that I warmed in the microwave. Hey, I got to use an appliance in the villa’s kitchen!!!

Last few photos of view from our BLT room:






We used our free time in the morning to pack and get all our stuff together.

All packed and ready to go:



After one last photo tour of the hotel – the only time I made it to the pool was to take some parting photos.

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Pool/Beach area:
Note: There were these large turkey vulture type birds hanging out on the beach chairs so I didn't stay long outside the gate on the beach.

















I'm not sure what was lurking beneath the surface but there were bubbles drifting up from underwater....



We brought our luggage downstairs at 10:30 and checked out.



I decided to forgo having the hotel transfer our luggage and just take a taxi with all of our bags. It was an $18 taxi ride from the Contemporary to the Beach Club Resort and it only took maybe 15 minutes.

Good-bye Contemporary/BLT


We pulled up to the guard gate, I gave them my name, and they let us proceed - which seemed to be a good sign since they didn't say that they weren't expecting me!!! Just glad to know that my name is not on a "do not admit" list. By the way, at all of the resorts for which we took a taxi for dining - the driver just announced that we were there for the restaurants and it wasn't a problem.





Since we were staying concierge, we were approached by Brett, who welcomed us by name to the hotel. Our bags were taken by the bell service and we were escorted inside the building. Immediately, I recognized Teena!! (Teena is a greeter at the Beach Club Resort and is very helpful on the DisBoards.) My first task was to introduce ourselves and take a photo with her. Such a nice lady! I was excited that I was able to finally meet the famous Teena.





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Great last minute shots! I've never seen a picture of the top of Splash from a room before! Good call on breakfast, I would try to spend as much time as possible enjoying the view from the balcony! Nice shots around BLT- the bridge photo is AMAZING!

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8/21 Beach Club Check-in

Saturday 8/21: To recap....we arrived by taxi from the BLT to the Beach Club resort and were met by concierge staff memeber Brett.







We were taken to the 5th floor where we were assisted with check-in by concierge staff member Judy. After receiving our welcome packet, our GOLD room keys and a listing of all of our dining ADRs we were invited to wait until our room was ready in the lounge or explore the hotel. They advised that they would text me when our room was ready.





Before I start back on the important stuff…. I forgot to mention that WDW’s current theme is “What Will You Celebrate”. Well, initially, my husband and I were celebrating our anniversary. However, now that I was without one of the celebrants I then changed the focus to my daughter’s 8th grade graduation! Em received a button that indicated she was celebrating her graduation. Cool!

We explored the lounge briefly but then decided to head to Beaches & Cream to eat lunch in the hopes that our room would then be ready.

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Read here for my Beaches & Cream review

Following lunch, we still had not received a text that our room was ready so we wandered around the resort and I used my old point and shoot to capture the memories.

Eventually, I grew tired of that so we went to the club level lounge to finish waiting for the room to be ready. By 3:00 I was so bored that I thought we should maybe go to Epcot for some fun. However, shortly after that I was texted that the room was ready. The concierge folks gave me the room number. Sooo…. We walked, and we walked, and we kept walking until we could hardly walk any longer and we reached our room - # 5721. It was almost at the end of the farthest corridor. I swiped my room key and voila! The door remained locked. Em tried her card and voila! It still remained locked. Errrr…. We walked back to the concierge desk and while still trekking we encountered Kyle, one of the Cast Members who had assisted us earlier. He knew what had happened, they had assigned us a different room that was encoded on the room key.

We got new room keys and they assured me that it would not mess up our dining credits or park tickets. We walked the long walk back to the room and this time….. the key worked. Whew!



The room was just as I imagined. It had two Queen beds and a nice size dressing area. There was a good size closet and a chest of drawers in a little cubby near the door. The flat screen TV on the wall had a rich dark wood frame. There was a small fridge (that actually worked very good) in the dresser/console. And the best part…it had a full balcony with a small table and two chairs.

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View from the balcony:


My sole annoyance with the room was the location. At first, I was super excited when I stepped out on the balcony and saw that the view was smack dab in the middle of the pool complex – overlooking the windmill. Obviously, I had paid for a water view and it certainly was a water view. But….the emcee for the pool games was annoying and droned on and on with the announcements for the silly pool activities. If you wanted to rest in your room – no chance of that since the sound system was so loud in the pool area. Also, the bright pool lights stayed on all night long. Again, an annoyance more than anything but with the location of our room they shined in the room and the black-out drapes needed to be drawn or the room would be bathed in constant light. None of this was enough to make me retreat and ask for a different room since I realized that it could be worse – I think.

Thankfully, there was a thunder storm that came along and they had to shut down the pool complex due to lightening strikes about an hour or two after we got to the room.

It wasn’t long after getting in our room that our bags arrived (I don’t remember calling for them but I’m old so I could just be forgetting.) I do remember that it was a nice lady bell person who brought our bags in and gave some good advice for the lounge. She said that since we were far from the lounge that a Cast Member would be happy to wrap up a plate of food for us to keep in our fridge. We had access to the lounge 24 hours a day – closing only for the ½ hr. or so between changes to the snack services.

I didn’t intend to use the lounge for many snacks or breakfast and for the most part we were only there in passing from the elevator to our room to grab a cold drink and occasionally a snack. However, we only made it one time for evening appetizers. Everything looked delicious and it was always stocked. The staff were constantly at our service in the lounge. I don’t see how anyone could be disappointed in this perk!

While my daughter went to the lounge to read, I unpacked our bags and relaxed. At that time, I answered a knock at the door thinking perhaps my DD left her room key. It was a Cast Member who delivered a balloon bouquet with a fine selection of Mars and Hershey candy products for Em’s graduation. That was unexpected and very thoughtful. It certainly put a smile on her face when she walked in and discovered this treat.





It had started to rain with bursts of lightening so like I mentioned earlier the pool was shut down until 20-30 min. after the lightening strike in the area. We had a dinner reservation at Coral Reef (The Seas area of Epcot) at 7:55pm. I was a bit worried about walking to dinner in the heavy rain but….we weren’t going to melt.

We left the room a little earlier than planned so that we could drop by the Marketplace and purchase some rain ponchos. They were $14.99 for two ponchos with tax.

Not realizing how close Epcot’s International Gateway is in proximity to the Beach Club, we gave ourselves more than enough time to walk the 5 minutes to the entrance. Since it was raining really hard I was carrying my shoes since I didn’t want to slip in my flip flops. When we got to the entrance the security dude said that he had some bad news for me, I would need to put my shoes on. Ok, no problem.

We made it to the restaurant 20 min. early for our 7:55 dining time and waited less than 5 minutes before we were seated.....

Read my photo laden Coral Reef Review here.


By the time we left the restaurant it had stopped raining and the fireworks show Illuminations: Reflections of Earth was ready to start. We found a spot far enough back that we couldn’t see all of the globe thingie but perfectly positioned to see the lasers and the higher fireworks. It was a pretty good show.

Following the fireworks we returned to our hotel. We still had 4 snack credits to burn so we went to the Marketplace and got a cupcake, a rice crispy treat, a coconut bar, and a fruit tart. Everything but the fruit tart eventually got eaten.

It wasn’t that late and I felt unsatisfied with not really touring a park that day. However, it was nice to have a down day and not stress over having to be anywhere in particular.

Thus concluded our 1st day at the Beach Club Resort.

Next up: DHS day

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Hi Brenda!

I'm a bit behind so I had a lot to catch up on!

GF looks beautiful - glad you liked it so much and had such a great breakfast! Sum of All Thrills looks really graest - we didn't get to try that so I enjoyed seeing your report on it - looks very cool!

Wow you guys had a late night at MK!! I could never make 1am let alone 3am! Looks like fun though and you guys rode a lot!

Beach Club looks wonderful too! Sorry to hear your room was so far away, we had a far room too, but like you said, it probaby could be worse!

What a nice suprise - balloons and candy! How fun!

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Hi Brenda- I am really loving your trip report! I enjoyed reading the update about your arrival at BC, and the beautiful photos of the lobby, your room, your beautiful (but chaotic) view and the CL lounge.

Nice that you were able to have a low-key afternoon, then end your evening with a dinner at Coral Reef followed by fireworks. Sorry about the rude people hovering around your table. They should probably remove one of middle tables at the aquarium to give people a chance to get up close to the aquarium without disturbing other diners!


on meeting Teena. Have I asked you if you want to contribute to the photo album of Yacht and Beach Club guests that I made for Teena (and continue to update)? If you are interested in providing 1-4 photos of you and your family, you and Emmy, with Teena, etc, respond here, and I will PM you with my e-mail address. I print the photos, and send them along with your screen name and a copy of your avatar.
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