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Old 11-12-2011, 09:31 AM   #136
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What? You left us hanging again!

Yay for re-booking! What better way to use your free time before dinner?

I really want to see that Garden some day soon..
Sorry, I know, leaving you hanging before food pics! How could I?!?
We'll try to get those up soon! Hopefully tonite, if we can finish Meg's science project quickly!
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Old 11-13-2011, 07:06 PM   #137
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Where did my sunglasses go?

Ok, so on to dinner!

First, for our appetizers, we both got the lobster ravioli.


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They were good, but just not much of it.

Then, I got the Romaine wedge.


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It was really good, and I could have eaten much more of it. I don't remember what kind of dressing was on it, but I do know I liked it.

Meg got the tomato soup.


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She said it was no Campbells....it was much better, and was her favorite appetizer of the cruise.

For our entree, Meg got the caramelized scallops:


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She really liked the scallops, and the asparagus, but the pearl pasta tasted like nothing. And she thought the stuff on top of the pasta tasted like grass.

I got the prime rib. It came with potato and veggies.


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It was very good. Cooked medium well, not too much fat. I also asked to try the sea bass. I didn't want the whole dinner, just a piece of the fish to try.


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It was ok. I had never had it, but on our cruise to Alaska last year, I tried halibut that was amazing, and I was hoping it would be similar. Not so much.

Pla took our dessert orders because poor Kruno was tied up again. Nothing looked appealing (again) which is sad cause I just love dessert. But, of course I ordered something. I got the banana foster sundae...but with NO bananas!


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It was good. Vanilla ice cream with caramel sauce and whipped cream. You can't really mess that up!
Meg got chocolate ice cream. No picture though. If you've seen one dish of ice cream, you've seen them all!

Pla overheard me telling our tablemates about the magic tricks that our server Estewar had done at breakfast, so he wanted to show us his magic skills too. He was actually pretty good. We all got a few laughs trying to figure the magic tricks out.

Pla also brought out a little plate of different candies for us to try.


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There were chocolate ones that tasted like fudge, but we didn't try the others. I think they were fruity with sugar on them.

We went back to our room, and got the FE gifts to hand out.


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We did door hangers for the kids, and the adults got a Massachusetts postcard with some Boston Baked Beans candies.

When we were done, we went back to the room, and took a picture of our nightly towel animal:


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We were packing up everything and trying to get our luggage out the door by 10:30, which is when they were coming to pick it up. They take it, and you see it again at the cruise terminal, so you need to make sure you have clothes and what you'll need for the next day.

I was trying to get things organized and I could not find my sunglasses! They are prescription, so it was kind of a big deal. Meg and I both were looking everywhere. I thought maybe they had fallen into the trash bucket and got tossed. Then, it dawned on me.....let's take another look at our towel animal, shall we?


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Wow. They were right there the whole time. Duh!

We also got our pillowcase back from Guest services that the characters signed.


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It came out great!

We had left the tip envelope for our room steward in the room, but sort of in a pile of papers. When we came back, I noticed that it was gone. Which meant that he had taken it from the pile. I found that a little odd. I guess he wanted to make sure he got it, but at least wait until I specifically leave it out. Oh well.

That concludes our last day on the Dream. We had to get up fairly early, as we received tickets that had our breakfast place and time for the next morning. We had to be to the Enchanted Garden for 8:20.

Weather: it was mostly sunny, with a random rain shower, and hot
Best thing today: riding the AquaDuck, and the character meets
Worst thing today: not knowing what was going to happen with our flight the next day, and knowing it was our last day on the Dream

Stay tuned, the next day will be crazy!
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Old 11-13-2011, 11:40 PM   #138
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Having to leave is horrible, isn't it?

The weather was bad for travelling those days. We stayed on for the next cruise as well and there were lots of people who didn't make it to port because of cancelled flights.

Food brings back memories!

Hey, I love the little story about not finding your sunglasses. Same thing happened to me at OKW one year, when mousekeeping used them to decorate the towel animals she had left on the bed. We searched the whole living room and I had to use my none prescripion ones, just to find them sitting on my bed when we got home!
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I'm thinking the stuff that tasted like grass looks alot like grass!

The sea bass does not look good - no sauce or crusting or anything Of course I'm not much of a fish eater, so maybe it looks less apptizing to me.

Too funny about the sunglasses!
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What a cute pillow! I love that idea :

That towel animal is crazy Glad you finally found your sunglasses... that totally sounds like something I would do!
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Old 11-15-2011, 06:20 PM   #141
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Having to leave is horrible, isn't it?

The weather was bad for travelling those days. We stayed on for the next cruise as well and there were lots of people who didn't make it to port because of cancelled flights.

Food brings back memories!

Hey, I love the little story about not finding your sunglasses. Same thing happened to me at OKW one year, when mousekeeping used them to decorate the towel animals she had left on the bed. We searched the whole living room and I had to use my none prescripion ones, just to find them sitting on my bed when we got home!
I'm glad we got to the port ok, and can't imagine not being able to get there due to a cancelled flight!

I'm glad I'm not the only one who has done that with the sunglasses!

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I'm thinking the stuff that tasted like grass looks alot like grass!

The sea bass does not look good - no sauce or crusting or anything Of course I'm not much of a fish eater, so maybe it looks less apptizing to me.

Too funny about the sunglasses!
No, the sea bass wasn't great. You're right, it was just plain...no breading or anything. Pretty much had no taste!

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What a cute pillow! I love that idea :

That towel animal is crazy Glad you finally found your sunglasses... that totally sounds like something I would do!
Isn't that pillowcase so cute? We read about them signing stuff like that on one of the cruise boards, so I bought the plain pillowcase that was just embroidered on etsy. Meg sleeps on it most night, except when it's in the wash!
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Old 11-17-2011, 05:24 PM   #142
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Le Cellier at home, and work.

At work, for the past 2 months, we have been having a war....a food war that is! Last month was cupcake war, and I came in 2nd. This month was soup/stew war, and I decided to make...


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Yes, the Cheddar Cheese soup from Le Cellier in Epcot. I have never tried it there, if you can believe that, but everyone on the boards just raves about it, so I thought it would be a good choice.

Meg has been taking cooking classes and really likes to help out in the kitchen lately, so she was a big help in making this! She was the photographer for the event as well!

First, let me tell you what a pain it is to finely chop raw bacon!


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eeew. It is pretty slimy. And it took quite a while. So, while I was doing that, Meg was busy cutting up the celery.


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I was STILL working on the bacon, and Meg cut up the chives that go on top of the soup.


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I finally finished the bacon, and moved onto the red onion.


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My eyes were stinging and watering sooo badly! Of course Meg had to get a picture of it!


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You can see how bloodshot they were getting, and the mascara that had already come off in some tears!

While I was tearing up, and dicing those onions, Meg grated the cheese.


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Now, the recipe calls for aged white cheddar. Well, there is quite the variety of ages and prices for cheese! Meg originally came over to the cart in the store with a half pound block that was aged for 5 years, and was $17.99 a pound! Wow. Who knew cheddar cheese could be that expensive? I normally get the shredded store brand in a bag!
I settled for the 12 month aged cheddar for $4.99 a pound instead!

I also had to get a bottle of beer. Yes, one bottle. I don't like beer, and the recipe calls for a cup of it (dark ale preferred) so after looking around for a while in the store, I finally asked some kid to help me out. He picked out the Hobgoblin Ale. No idea if it is supposed to be a good beer or not. But, I liked it because you could buy just one bottle of it! Otherwise, I would have been stuck with 5 extra bottles if I had to get a 6 pack.

I also had to buy Tabasco sauce and Worcestershire sauce. I don't normally use either of those.


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Here is the soup, simmering on the stove. Although, we had to keep stirring it.


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Meg tried it first.


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She thought she could taste the beer too much. I thought the same thing. Maybe it hadn't fully cooked off yet. And it was hot, as in spicy hot. A full tablespoon of Tabasco went in there!

I brought it to work today, and out of 10 entries, I came in 3rd. Not bad. 2nd place was a hot and sour Chinese soup, and first was Zuppa Toscana, which I guess they serve at Olive Garden.

One of my managers just got back from WDW last night, and got very excited when I told her what soup I had made. She JUST had some a couple of days ago in the Canada pavillion. She thought the recipe was pretty similar, but thought more beer and less pepper (or maybe Tabasco) went into the real one.

Meg had some leftovers for dinner and liked it a lot. She couldn't taste the beer taste anymore, but thought it was pretty spicy. I was not really a big fan of it.

Next month is cookie wars. Any suggestions?
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Enjoying your trip report! Can't wait to here how things worked out with Hurricane Irene. It was a bit of a fizzle here in NH. We lost power for a few hours but other then that not much! Here is one of my favorite cookie recipes. It is usually a big hit!
http://www.food.com/recipe/snicker-s...-cookies-15477
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Enjoying your trip report! Can't wait to here how things worked out with Hurricane Irene. It was a bit of a fizzle here in NH. We lost power for a few hours but other then that not much! Here is one of my favorite cookie recipes. It is usually a big hit!
http://www.food.com/recipe/snicker-s...-cookies-15477
oooh, thank you! Those cookies sound great! I love pb cookies, and Snickers, so combining them must be wonderful!
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If you have to get stuck somewhere, it may as well be WDW!

We woke up early, as we had to be at breakfast for 7:45. We said 8:20 in the last update...I guess I wasn't looking at my notes!

When we looked out the verandah, there was a depressing sight.


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Back at the terminal. Boo!

We had to collect all of our carry-on bags, and bring them down to breakfast. We had time for one last picture of the room.


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Bye room!

We arrived at the Enchanted Garden, and there were bags and suitcases all lined up along the walls outside of the restaurant. We left our carry-ons there, and were directed to our table.
2 of our tablemates didn't show up for breakfast. Maybe it was too early for them?

On this last morning, there was a menu, instead of the buffet. I ordered "Eggs for the Road". I chose scrambled, with bacon, and hash browns.


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They must have been trying to use up the bacon, because they gave us a TON! And I was hoping for hash brown potatoes, not the McDonald's type patty.

Meg got the "Chef's Farewell", which is an open-faced omlette with bbq chicken, onions, peppers, and swiss cheese.


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She really liked it, but I couldn't eat bbq chicken that early in the morning.

We were almost done eating and the huge table that Kruno had been dealing with for the 3 days just showed up. At that point, it was after 8:30! Really, they tell you 7:45, so I couldn't believe people would just show up that late! I mean, everyone has to get the ship ready for the next sailing!!! Poor Kruno! Again! And he had to go over and be nice to them. I really don't think I could do that job!

We gave him a hug, and thanked him for the great service, said good bye to Jen and Trevor, and headed out, sadly.

We picked up our carry-on bags, showed our KTTW cards to get off the ship and went into the terminal. All of the suitcases were there, arranged by tags. We had Tinker Bell. They were pretty easy to find actually. We brought everything over, handed a form and our IDs to the Customs guy, and we breezed right through. We were out of there and on a bus back to the airport by 9am! It was very organized and easy.

I slept off and on on the bus ride back to the airport. Meg kept trying to talk to me and waking me up. She HATES when I sleep and she is up.

We got off at the Delta terminal, as we had to figure out what to do about a flight home at this point. We got in there, I told Meg to sit on a bench near the Delta lines, and dropped all of the luggage there with her. I then had to stand in a line that went on forever. I think I was in line for 90 minutes! Lots of other people were trying to switch flights, and even coming over from other airline desks to see if Delta could get them out sooner. I was talking to one woman who had been on a Jet Blue flight. They told her they couldn't get her out until the following Sunday (a full week!) going back to New York. She was ready to leave and rent a car to drive home. No thanks!

After standing there for that long, the woman at the desk basically told me the same thing the person on the phone last night said. We couldn't get out until Wednesday! I asked her to check Boston, Providence, Hartford, Manchester, and even Albany. Nothing! Wow. We were stuck. I told her I guess we had to keep the Wednesday flight then, and walked back over to Meg.

Next, I called DVC to see if they had any rooms we could book on points. Luckily, they did! They had OKW, and SSR. I picked one, and told Meg we had 3 more nights, back at Disney World! She was actually excited, even though she'd be missing the first 2 days of school at a new school. The CM also called ME for me, and let them know we were there, even though we had not arrived on a flight, and arranged for our transportation back to the resort.

We brought all of our bags to the ME desk, and we were all set. They told us which line to get in, and after dealing with a cranky old guy...
WE WERE HEADED BACK TO WDW!!!
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Wow, what an ordeal, but at least you got to get back to WDW!

I never thought about how many people were stranded those days. We only learned that there were lots of staterooms left for upgrades as people just could not fly in.

Can't wait to hear where you stayed and what you did those last three days!
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Oh my goodness what a pleasant surprise out of a bad situation! I'm completely in suspense over which resort you picked. My parents are staying at OKW in February and I'm considering trying to make it down to see them... I've never stayed there before!
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Oh my goodness what a pleasant surprise out of a bad situation! I'm completely in suspense over which resort you picked. My parents are staying at OKW in February and I'm considering trying to make it down to see them... I've never stayed there before!
I was happy we'd be getting to stay longer, and once Meg got over being nervous about missing school, she was too. Even better that we didn't have to "pay" for a room. I just love DVC!

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Wow, what an ordeal, but at least you got to get back to WDW!

I never thought about how many people were stranded those days. We only learned that there were lots of staterooms left for upgrades as people just could not fly in.

Can't wait to hear where you stayed and what you did those last three days!
I can't even imagine being stranded and not making it for the cruise. I'm glad we were stranded AFTER the cruise!
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Our room at...

When we left off, we were headed back to WDW because we couldn't get a flight home due to Hurricane Irene. Thanks, Irene! We get 3 more days in Disney!

We were on the Magical Express to.....


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We chose SSR. The only other resort with availability was OKW. I do want to stay there sometime, but SSR was on our list originally, when we wound up choosing AKL, so we gave it a shot.

We arrived around noontime, and went to check in at the Carriage House. The CM started giving me all the paperwork, and I was shocked that our room was ready! We waited outside for a little while for Bell Services to arrive to drive us on a golf cart to our building.

We were in the Grandstand building. It was really close to the lobby and the bus stop. I was glad for that because the place is HUGE! We took the golf cart to the room, and checked it out.


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The view from our balcony:


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You can see the Cirque du Soleil in the distance.

There was a little window cut out on the side of the balcony with this view:


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It is really pretty there, and peaceful!

We decided to check out some of the resort, and figure out what we wanted to do with our extra Disney time.


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This is inside the Artist Palette (a shop and restaurant combo):


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This is in the lobby:


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We went outside...


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...and headed to the boat dock to Downtown Disney.
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Beaches & Cream

We hopped on a boat, headed to Downtown Disney, after about a 20 minute wait. It was hot while we waited!


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We took this along the way:


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From Downtown Disney, we took a bus to the Beach Club. We decided we wanted to have lunch at Beaches & Cream. We couldn't fit it in during the first part of the trip.


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We arrived at Beaches & Cream for a late lunch.


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There was only a 5 minute wait. That was good because we were hungry. We were used to the non-stop food on the cruise the past few days!

We were seated at the counter, and Meg took pictures while we waited to order.


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I love those lights!

We ordered from the very cute, retro menu:


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We both ordered shakes. Meg got the Frozen Sunshine, which tasted like a Creamsicle.


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Wow, it was good! I ate all of the candy orange pieces off of it, as Meg didn't like those. I ordered a coffee milkshake:


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Yum! With whipped cream, jimmies (as we call sprinkles in MA) and a cherry!

We both got cheese burgers with fries.


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That is Meg's with lots of onions and a cute smiley face, made with the cool ketchup squeezie bottle! I love those. Weird, I know.

Here is mine, with an attempt at a Mickey on it:


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Meg says it looks like a bear, not a Mickey head. Oh well, I got to play with the ketchup bottle!

We both enjoyed our lunch, and Beaches & Cream. While we were there, 2 tables ordered the Kitchen Sink, and there were a few birthday celebrations. It's a fun atmosphere!

We walked around the resort for a little while. I checked the plant that I had placed my mom's prayer card in a few days before, to see if it was still there. Nope. Those CMs really do a thorough cleaning!

Meg took a break in the lobby:


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We waited at the bus stop to go back to DTD, and Meg got a shot of my new Dooney.


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So cute! I just love it. I've recently had cashiers at 2 different stores ask if it was a Dooney, and comment how much they love it!

From DTD, we went back to SSR, and decided to go swimming, and do some laundry.


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It was the Grandstand pool, right near our building. And the laundry was in a little building next to it.


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We swam, and went in the hot tub, and every so often I would go in and switch over laundry. We stayed there until the laundry was all done, and we were starting to get chilly.
We went back to the room and relaxed for the rest of the night.

Weather: Hot and sunny.
Best thing for today: Getting to go back to WDW for three more days!
Worst thing: Leaving the Dream
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