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Old 11-28-2010, 03:50 PM   #211
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I thought I had read some where Flying Fish but I can't remember where or if it was a "fact" or speculation. Flying Fish would be awesome! But actually any of the other choices would be good too.
I do agree that no matter the restaurant the items should be very good.
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Old 11-28-2010, 04:08 PM   #212
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BC Club Level

I have a trip planned in January with my older two children (DD 19 and DS 15). We were originally planning on staying at POR but once the AP rates were released I was able to grab a CL room at the BC for our dates. I am very excited to have gotten this room as it is during the marathon and the BC is sold out for at least one of our nights. How a CL room managed to be available at an AP rate when it appears to have been the only room available at the BC is beyond me -- but I'll take it.

Hubby and I and the two younger kid stayed CL at the GF this past May and absolutely loved it.

So -- can anyone tell me more about the BC CL? I've searched the boards (this thread, the previous CL thread, and the BC threads and can't find much information about the BC CL other than the basics.

Anyone know how many rooms are available at the BC that are CL?

Are all of the CL rooms on the 5th floor where the lounge is? I.E. Are we pretty much guaranteed to be on the 5th floor?

At the GF they used to put out a list of offerings every day -- sort of like a menu -- so you knew what the food items would be for the evening offerings. It helped us determine if we wanted to come back for the evening appetizers or not. Does the BC do this as well? If so does any one have a picture of one of the daily menus?

Will the offerings at the BC be similar to what we experienced or had at the GF in May?

I read somewhere that as of September basic beverages (water, soda, and coffee) were available at the BC CL 24 hours a day. Is this correct or just some rumor?
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Old 11-29-2010, 02:01 AM   #213
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ancestry, I can't answer most of your questions because we haven't had our first BC CL stay yet, but I can say that all CL rooms except for deluxe rooms are indeed on the 5th floor. Also, it is a fact, not rumor, that the lounge was having a test of being open 24 hours a day this fall. Whether it is still happening is the big question. I haven't been able to get an answer myself, but would be happy to report back with my personal experience in a couple weeks.
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Thanks jenjersnap - Jennifer! I look forward to hearing about, well reading about, your experience when you get back. Enjoy your trip!
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One more week until our 2nd Club Level stay at the Boardwalk

Next Thursday around this time my family and I will be back at the Boardwalk for our 2nd Club Level stay over there and I am very much looking forward to it, because we are spending our whole time there and not doing a split stay like our trip this past August.
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Next Thursday around this time my family and I will be back at the Boardwalk for our 2nd Club Level stay over there and I am very much looking forward to it, because we are spending our whole time there and not doing a split stay like our trip this past August.
Have a wonderful time I love the Boardwalk especially during the Christmas festivities, the decorations are beautiful.
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Have a wonderful time I love the Boardwalk especially during the Christmas festivities, the decorations are beautiful.
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Have a wonderful time. We head there the day of the marathon. This time we have a Garden Suite but are hoping that something will open up on the lounge floor.
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Have a wonderful time. We head there the day of the marathon. This time we have a Garden Suite but are hoping that something will open up on the lounge floor.
Garden Suite at Boardwalk?? That'll still work just fine!
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Next Thursday around this time my family and I will be back at the Boardwalk for our 2nd Club Level stay over there and I am very much looking forward to it, because we are spending our whole time there and not doing a split stay like our trip this past August.
I love split stays---BUT it is also totally wonderful to really settle in at one resort and not have to move.

Are you going to GF to see the gingerbread house?
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Have a wonderful time. We head there the day of the marathon. This time we have a Garden Suite but are hoping that something will open up on the lounge floor.
I just returned from a garden cottage suite and I can tell you to keep it. The two minute walk to the lounge is so worth it. I also recommend that you put in a request for one with a private balcony. Only three of the 15 have them. The ones with the balconies are 1205-1207. Here is a link to our pictures.

http://travel.webshots.com/album/579217944ohPEer
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Next Thursday around this time my family and I will be back at the Boardwalk for our 2nd Club Level stay over there and I am very much looking forward to it, because we are spending our whole time there and not doing a split stay like our trip this past August.
Do you think you'll miss the CR at all? I know you'll at least visit for the pin trading event. How long ago was the last time you went to WDW, but didn't stay at the CR?

Have a great trip!
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I love split stays---BUT it is also totally wonderful to really settle in at one resort and not have to move.

Are you going to GF to see the gingerbread house?
Yes we are planning to visit the Grand Floridian a few times, because we like eating there at Gasparilla's Grill & Games.

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Do you think you'll miss the CR at all? I know you'll at least visit for the pin trading event. How long ago was the last time you went to WDW, but didn't stay at the CR?

Have a great trip!
Well the last time we didn't stay a whole trip at the Contemporary was in December 2007 when we were at the Polynesian and at some point I did miss the Contemporary, although seeing it from our room didn't help. However since we had such a great time staying Club Level at the Boardwalk this past August I think I will be ok.

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jackemail--No complaints about the cottages. Anita gave us a tour last summer. You know me I like to be nice and close to the lounge to keep an eye on all of our favorite CM.
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What room category should I book in club level for yacht or beach club for fireworks view?
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