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Old 01-21-2013, 06:57 AM   #676
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Here's all I know.....we are booked on the July 3rd Adventure:

160 reservation points or
$1599/adult; $1519/child

Hotel: Manhattan Club - we are booked for a one room suite (King size bed with a Queen sofa bed)

Activities start at 8:30a.m. the first day (they suggest you fly in the night before and I think the pre night was around $291).

* See the city come alive in ways you never dreamed of on THE RIDE, a whirlwind adventure where you'll see Manhattan's most iconic sights: Times Square, Rockefeller Center, 5th Avenue, Madison Avenue, the Chrysler Building and Radio City Music Hall.

* Be dazzled by the bright lights of Broadway with an interactive experience with props from actual Broadway shows.

* Learn choreography from a Broadway musical and then enjoy NEWSIES on stage followed by the opportunity to meet some of the cast members.

* Gain VIP backstage access to Good Morning America at Disney's Times Square Studios, where you'll see firsthand what's involved in making one of the country's most-watched shows come together seamlessly each and every day.

* Step back in time and explore on of New York's most unique neighborhoods on the historic Harlem Heritage Tour, a guided walking excursion led by a true-blue Harlem local, with a stop at the world-famous Apollo Theater.

* Your guided tour continues with a walk through Central Park, stopping along the way to see iconic sights like the Alice and Wonderland sculpture.

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Not mentioned on the flyer - breakfast in the theatre where Lion King is performed. Also, dinner and exclusive access to the Tenement Museum complete with costumed guides.
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The cast member did not like the food and said that she left all of the gifts. She also said she wanted to see Mickey, not Crush at Animator's Palate.

I also enjoyed the Roy Disney Tribute!
on the Dream Crush is the big show in Animator's -so that is standard. we enjoyed the special taalks but expected more and not so many repeats of each-although we did go to all 3 of Stacia's but still did not win a sketch.
the gifts were nice . Maybe they should ask for more feedback from members. I felt a lot of time was spent on the RCI and ABD seminars which we did not attend.
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on the Dream Crush is the big show in Animator's -so that is standard. we enjoyed the special taalks but expected more and not so many repeats of each-although we did go to all 3 of Stacia's but still did not win a sketch.
the gifts were nice . Maybe they should ask for more feedback from members. I felt a lot of time was spent on the RCI and ABD seminars which we did not attend.
Yes, we knew about Crush, too. I think it was all very cute. I never attended any DVC presentation. I am waiting for the Grand Floridian points, didn't care to be tempted to buy before they are offered!
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The New York Dreams ABD trip is finally showing up on the DVC Member Site!
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