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Old 02-27-2011, 12:51 AM   #151
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Hiya neighbor-to-the-north! I'm joining in on all the PTR fun here DBF and I will be going to the world around the same time as you, right now our dates are the 11th-18th. Its nice to see others from the PNW on the WDW side of the boards!

What didn't you like about the busses at POP? That's were we'll be staying, only because we can't afford a deluxe and it seems SO disney to me! None of the mods really seemed worth the extra $70 a night. I've heard that bus service at POP is great, because it doesn't share with any other resorts.

Looking forward to spending the next 9 months planning with you!
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Old 02-27-2011, 09:47 PM   #152
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you know i feel the same way about food. there are so many restaurants i want to try but not enough time. however, since we r on the go people we just will stick with qs for now. that could change next week
Even if we were only going to go with qs, I think I would still find a way to make myself nuts with where to go. I mean.. EOS, WGPE, CHH... just to name a few. There are definitely good dinning options at WDW. This is a main reason we fly across the country rather than go just down the coast line. (food choices at DL are not nearly as good. Well, except I do miss Tigger tails. YUMM... caramel, marshmallow, white chocolate that has orange flavored accents. YUMMM)


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Hiya neighbor-to-the-north! I'm joining in on all the PTR fun here DBF and I will be going to the world around the same time as you, right now our dates are the 11th-18th. Its nice to see others from the PNW on the WDW side of the boards!

What didn't you like about the busses at POP? That's were we'll be staying, only because we can't afford a deluxe and it seems SO disney to me! None of the mods really seemed worth the extra $70 a night. I've heard that bus service at POP is great, because it doesn't share with any other resorts.

Looking forward to spending the next 9 months planning with you!
Neighbor to the south! How cool that you are going down in December too! I agree... it is nice to see those from the PNW on this side of the boards. There are few of us though!

As for Pop.. I agree with you..it is VERY Disney...and in most cases I don't think the extra $$ is worth it to stay in a mod. If you want you can go back and read my TR from my September trip... but I will give you (hopefully) a short review.

I LOVE Pop as a resort. It was fun and comfortable. Despite the fact it is a huge resort it NEVER felt like that. We never felt crowded in any main area (well, maybe the food court a bit in the am) So why then would I hesitate to stay there? Yes, the bus situation. Honestly, I think most of my complaints can be attributed to time of year...BUT... there are some aspects that are just a part of what Pop has to offer.

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Pop's are not covered and there is no seating. Guests line up in a queue much like in the parks (without the themeing) The line snakes around and hopefully you don't have to wait for multiple buses as you make your way through the line. (we did end up on multiple occasions waiting on an additional bus as departing buses filled) So... while the need to wait for the next bus may have been due to high volume of guests, the fact that there was not a covered, benched area is just something that is something I didn't like about Pop. Could I get past that? Yes, definitely! Especially when considering the price difference. I would hope that crowds would be lower though to avoid the overcrowded buses.

Pop to Park:
With the except of DHS, each trip was a long one. I am not sure if maybe it seemed longer to to waiting so long at the stops, or if the loading of passengers took longer...but I want to say getting to MK took an hour once. In addition to travel time the actual drop off point (or pick up point) at the park is farther away that for those of the mods or deluxes. Was this something that really got to me? The time it took to get to the park (especially MK) that was frustrating. The time it took to walk to or from the dropoff point...no.

Park to Pop: So basically yes, it was just the reverse... longer walk to the pickup location, longer ride back to hotel. However, almost ALWAYS the bus was so crowded that while standing you almost didn't need to try to stand as your neighbor next to you was just about supporting your weight (except if you were at the very front near the bus driver... that is one bus ride I will NEVER forget). Now, all of the resorts I have stayed at had crowded buses at closing. So I can't totally blame Pop...but Pop did seem to have less buses coming and we did have to wait for more than one bus to come in order to get on one. The other resort buses...we just got on the first one that came even though they were crowded...we still got on. I think if you didn't have a small child...waiting for more buses is not necessarily a problem. I mean if you have stayed till closing what is another half hour, right? It just is problematic when you have tired wee ones and a stroller..and everyone getting cranky around you.

I apologize... I tried to keep that brief. I really do like Pop and ultimately think I would stay there again. I just really wish that we didn't experience such troubles with the buses while we were there. Course... maybe all the resorts had that problem that week. I shouldn't assume it was only Pop. Crowd levels in the parks were quite high...
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Old 02-27-2011, 11:34 PM   #153
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Still here and caught up on your postings and report! Now if I could just get mine caught up...

Had to laugh at your ADR plans - I'm in the same boat - regular DDP and have 12 table service meals planned... and my plan will handle 7 of those. Oh well.... they will change and change again before final decision, I'm certain!

Your plans sound great though. How are wedding plans? Zach's departure?
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Old 02-28-2011, 05:50 PM   #154
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Change Number One...

So it was gonna happen. We all new it would. Today was the last day before my pin expired and even though it is only good for one additional night, I changed our stay to add 4 more nights.

Now, the cost for those 4 nights is not a lot less that the cost for the first 7. I almost didn't modify the reservation, but the kind cm reminded me I can make as many changes as I like to the reservation. He told me "you just never know what kind of promotions are going to be coming out and if you are already booked it is so much easier to just apply those discounts to existing reservations". So lets cross our fingers...cause I CAN NOT afford the amount that was added. Well, I guess I could afford it.... Being down one person from last years trip makes the total for this trip about the same. I just don't want to PAY that much. I have too many other things I need to put money toward this year... not the least of which is a wedding!!!

Looking at airfare, I am seeing that airfare is likely to cause me to change the dates again since the day we are scheduled to fly out of Seatac is almost twice what it is to fly out on a different day.

Any guesses as to how many more times I make changes to this trip? I guess technically this is number two since we had planned to go down to Sarasota for those 4 nights.

Oh, did I mention this means I would wake up in WDW on my birthday. Ok, so that would be cool... but probably not worth the extra cost. Hmm.. maybe I could get Steve to agree to a split stay. I would feel a whole lot more comfortable with the cost if we did that. Then again, maybe there will be some new fabulous discount that makes it all work.
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Still here and caught up on your postings and report! Now if I could just get mine caught up...

Had to laugh at your ADR plans - I'm in the same boat - regular DDP and have 12 table service meals planned... and my plan will handle 7 of those. Oh well.... they will change and change again before final decision, I'm certain!

Your plans sound great though. How are wedding plans? Zach's departure?
Glad you are still here! I know I can be a bit boring at times.

As for the TS credits... it is so hard, isn't it? I think ultimately I will take Zoe to character breakfasts and pay out of pocket. I like to be at the park at rope drop. Steve and Alex don't. I foresee several mornings like this. (especially if we stay 11 nights) Course, like you mentioned...plans change and change again. I mean, we have till the end of October for package changes and well... we can ALWAYS be changing around our ADRS.

Wedding plans are really starting to come together. I am actually getting a bit excited at what we have decided on. I had to laugh at Kira though. (sorry daughter) She found another dress she liked. She asked me to give her reasons not to like/want it. I told her two... the first dress we bought and the second. Just how many dresses does one bride need??

Zach's departure.. just days away. I have been saying for the last month or two that I am anxious for him to get moving on. Now I am just sad. I know it is good and will be right for everyone... but...
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Wedding plans are really starting to come together. I am actually getting a bit excited at what we have decided on. I had to laugh at Kira though. (sorry daughter) She found another dress she liked. She asked me to give her reasons not to like/want it. I told her two... the first dress we bought and the second. Just how many dresses does one bride need??

Zach's departure.. just days away. I have been saying for the last month or two that I am anxious for him to get moving on. Now I am just sad. I know it is good and will be right for everyone... but...
She has two dresses! A girl after my own heart! Glad its bringing some excitement to you all though - I can't imagine how difficult it will be to say goodbye to Zach for a bit. I've never been a mom ready to scoot her kids out the door... I tease about it but deep down don't mean it one bit. Don't tell them that, though!

Big hugs to you and your family and best wishes to Zach! I have a boy or two interested in military service and I would be very proud of them. However, we are years from that happening. To put myself in your shoes, I would be a bucket of tears! Still would be a proud mama but selfishly wanting the kiddos close to home!

Just keep chanting... Disney-Disney-Disney Awesome on the extended stay!!!
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What changes you have in your life right now...not including changing plans for WDW .

I admire your son for his willingness to want to serve his country. I only hope that my own 2 boys will make be as proud.

I just had to share the yummy looking holiday treat at the MK I found...I am sad that I will miss it...gingerbread funnel cake with peppermint stick icecream!

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Just checking in on you! Know you have had a lot going on!
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What changes you have in your life right now...not including changing plans for WDW .

I admire your son for his willingness to want to serve his country. I only hope that my own 2 boys will make be as proud.

I just had to share the yummy looking holiday treat at the MK I found...I am sad that I will miss it...gingerbread funnel cake with peppermint stick icecream!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/peterpa...53/5419118660/
Oh, that is yummy sounding! Funny though, I don't think I have ever got a funnel cake in WDW. Maybe I will have to have one of these though!

And thank you for your kind words regarding Zach. He does make me proud. All my kids do in some way... even my full alien (Alex). I just have to work bit harder to find the ways to be proud of him. (Did I mention he is a full alien teen right now???? )

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Thanks for checkin in on me. It has been a BUSY week. I love my job (for the most part). It is very flexible. Most of the month is great and easy to get through. The first week in the cycle (tasks rotate on a 4 wk cycle) is always the most hectic. Add to that.... Zach had his preshippers brief that he needed a ride too. Zach had a dentist appointment. Alex had an eye appointment. Zoe had a dentist appointment. And today... Zoe has a series of appointments at Children's Hospital. So thank... thank you for the hug.

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She has two dresses! A girl after my own heart! Glad its bringing some excitement to you all though

To be fair, I picked up a dress I liked. I got it for basically nothing since it was used. Kira looked beautiful in it... and had she not found "her dress" I think would have been fine wearing it. But, at a wedding show we found a dress that was made by the dress shop owner. "One of a kind" and so it is "her" dress.

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- I can't imagine how difficult it will be to say goodbye to Zach for a bit. I've never been a mom ready to scoot her kids out the door... I tease about it but deep down don't mean it one bit. Don't tell them that, though!

Big hugs to you and your family and best wishes to Zach! I have a boy or two interested in military service and I would be very proud of them. However, we are years from that happening. To put myself in your shoes, I would be a bucket of tears! Still would be a proud mama but selfishly wanting the kiddos close to home!

Just keep chanting... Disney-Disney-Disney Awesome on the extended stay!!!
There are days it gets to me. I love my kids. I have had this rule... I have told them the whole time they were growing up that they could not move more than a few hours from me. Well, Zach will be more than a few hours from me... I try and tell myself it is no different than if he had gone away to college. He can come back and still live close. Which as long as he doesn't deploy overseas...I think he will.

Ultimately, I still have Zoe and she will be with me for quite a while as she is only 6. I can't imagine my life without my kids... and I don't want them out of my life. I just do understand the phrase "God gives us teens so we are ready for them to leave home" (or some variation there of) I couldn't dream of letting go of Zoe. Kira and Zach are on their way. Alex... well, the ship came in the night and sucked up my sweet boy. My little guy who was so much fun. What they left?.. it is some cranky, moody "don't ask me to do anything" alien. I really do want them to come back for.. soon... please???
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two dresses!

Kira is just like me...I had 2 dresses too! I wore the wedding dress I picked out for the ceremony and the first half of the reception. And then I wore something my mom picked out - completely different style but still completely "me". I think it's wonderful she has 2 dresses as then there are more choices for the big day!

Wow looks like you will be spending a LOT of time at Disney! I think it'll be awesome that you get to spend your birthday at Disney if you do so...nothing quite like it, I bet! I've never spent my actual birthday in Disney but one year I'd love to.
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I have spent my morning attempting to get caught up on all my threads that I subscribe too. Easy to stay on top of if you don't miss a day...but more than a day and WOW!!

Anyway, I had to share a quite note regarding Zoe. I probably will go into more detail later, but I had to mention that yesterday we went to Childrens Hospital. She is scheduled for a big surgery in June. I originally thought it would be April, but with the wedding, and all the pre op and coaching and recovery... June will be better. She will still have some pre op in May (I really hate that since May will be stressful enough with the wedding) Then much of June will be in Children's. Then will come the adjustment period in July and August. Finally in September we will have to include the schools in a care plan. She will have a life coach to help her deal with her new way of life. I am terribly worried. I know this is going to be hard on her. For the first week they will keep her paralyzed to minimize her pain level. It makes me sick to my stomach just thinking about it. I just have to keep a positive attitude. Still... my stomach... My poor little princesss.
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Zach's leaving

Today is the day we drop Zach off. I am both sad and excited. I am so proud of him, but I worry too.

On a funny note, we went out to dinner last night to celebrate his last night with us. They all picked to go to a local asian food restaurant. It is a weird mix.... not just teryaki... but Chinese food and now pho. Anyway, it was all of us... our 4 kids + the soon to be son in-law. So you might be wondering what is funny. This is dh's favorite place because he loves the pho. He has drug me here before so this wasn't our first time there. It has recently got a new owner or worker...and this was the conversation.

lady working at restaurant - " your daughter is so cute, she looks just like you. You have the same face"

me - "thank you"

lady while squinting at me - "what nationality are you"

Now...before I go further. I suspect where she is going. My entire life I have had people think I have asian background. I grew up across from a Laotian family and even my parents had a hard time telling them from me when we were all out playing. Truthfully, my mom kinda looks a bit asian. Her family though... there are still living blood relatives in the former Yugoslavia. Both her parents were from there. My father... his parents were a mix of things with the greatest concentration of anything coming from his full native American grandmother. (which is where we have always attributed my straight black hair to)

So I hesitate and shrug saying " I don't know" (not wanting to give the long drawn out explanation I gave above.)

The lady is now perplexed and turning her head says. "You are Chinese" In more of a statement sort of way than a question.

I say "no, I don't' think so"

This only causes the woman to more aggressively say "You are Chinese"

Ok, so not to be confrontational I just say something to the effect that I don't think so and that the only thing I do have is native American in me.

Now, she squints more and says "you are American???"

I nod

She squints more and says, in disbelief "American?" while shaking her head.


Now, after this visit she has kinda made it her mission to make me realize my heritage. We go there too much (or rather my dh does since he loves the pho there) Each visit she continues to note my features and how my children have them too... etc.

So the funny last night. In the midst of our last "family meal" we had her join us. She is truly a nice person. I think she is funny. I don't know her on a first name basis or anything, but... she kinda just came over and joined us "on her mission again" She kept saying how my kids had my "same face"

My kids found this hilarious. I had to explain to my future son in law why she was being this way. (telling him of our past conversations) While he found it amusing he told me that when he first started dating Kira he and his family were confused thinking how I must be asian... but Kira wasn't.

Honestly I am not trying to deny anything. I also am not trying to offend the restaurant lady by not agreeing with her. (although I don't think she is) I think she is just really curious how I have certain traits and am not "Chinese"
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Your planning sounds great! I cannot believe you have already planned so much! I just came up with a list of some of our favourite restaurants and tried to spread them over 9 nights!

You must be so proud of your son! Serving his country is quite something for someone still so young!

Oh, and I loved that little "story" about your Chinese heritage!
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Today is the day we drop Zach off. I am both sad and excited. I am so proud of him, but I worry too.

On a funny note, we went out to dinner last night to celebrate his last night with us. They all picked to go to a local asian food restaurant. It is a weird mix.... not just teryaki... but Chinese food and now pho. Anyway, it was all of us... our 4 kids + the soon to be son in-law. So you might be wondering what is funny. This is dh's favorite place because he loves the pho. He has drug me here before so this wasn't our first time there. It has recently got a new owner or worker...and this was the conversation.

lady working at restaurant - " your daughter is so cute, she looks just like you. You have the same face"

me - "thank you"

lady while squinting at me - "what nationality are you"

Now...before I go further. I suspect where she is going. My entire life I have had people think I have asian background. I grew up across from a Laotian family and even my parents had a hard time telling them from me when we were all out playing. Truthfully, my mom kinda looks a bit asian. Her family though... there are still living blood relatives in the former Yugoslavia. Both her parents were from there. My father... his parents were a mix of things with the greatest concentration of anything coming from his full native American grandmother. (which is where we have always attributed my straight black hair to)

So I hesitate and shrug saying " I don't know" (not wanting to give the long drawn out explanation I gave above.)

The lady is now perplexed and turning her head says. "You are Chinese" In more of a statement sort of way than a question.

I say "no, I don't' think so"

This only causes the woman to more aggressively say "You are Chinese"

Ok, so not to be confrontational I just say something to the effect that I don't think so and that the only thing I do have is native American in me.

Now, she squints more and says "you are American???"

I nod

She squints more and says, in disbelief "American?" while shaking her head.


Now, after this visit she has kinda made it her mission to make me realize my heritage. We go there too much (or rather my dh does since he loves the pho there) Each visit she continues to note my features and how my children have them too... etc.

So the funny last night. In the midst of our last "family meal" we had her join us. She is truly a nice person. I think she is funny. I don't know her on a first name basis or anything, but... she kinda just came over and joined us "on her mission again" She kept saying how my kids had my "same face"

My kids found this hilarious. I had to explain to my future son in law why she was being this way. (telling him of our past conversations) While he found it amusing he told me that when he first started dating Kira he and his family were confused thinking how I must be asian... but Kira wasn't.

Honestly I am not trying to deny anything. I also am not trying to offend the restaurant lady by not agreeing with her. (although I don't think she is) I think she is just really curious how I have certain traits and am not "Chinese"
Don't forget about how relieved she was when she saw you with Dad. When she saw him come in with me and not you the last time, she thought that something had happened
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Thank you, it has been a weird day. I spontaneously started to cry. I can't believe we are about to take him to the armory.

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I know... she is so funny.
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