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Old 01-08-2012, 12:25 PM   #61
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Looks like you had a very nice Christmas Katie looks very happy with her new toys.

I love the picture of Thor after the excitement. We had dog toy stuffing all over the place that morning too.

I'm looking forward to hearing how Sanaa goes. I think I would like it, but I might be the only one. However I am hoping to stay at Kidani one day and how can you stay there and not eat there?
You are definitely challenged with picking new dining venues Diane But I think Sanaa does have steak and chicken so hopefully DH and DD can find something.

My SIL gave Thor a present that took him a full 8 days for him to destroy. that is nearly a record!
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wrapping up day two

Wow you know you’ve been away from your own PTR for a while when you have to re read the last page.

This morning my hubby came home and started telling me about a youtube video he was watching about Pizzafari, Yak & Yeti, and Jiko. AAA I love starting the day talking Disney. sigh. we looked at a few more things, talked about rides and restaurants, looked over the Sanaa menu again, then Jiko. Seeing the prices at Jiko sortof reminded me how I picked Sanaa over Jiko. I’m glad that I checked my PTR – I saw MEK’s comments about Sanaa and thought “ok, that’s a keeper.”

SO, Animal Kingdom closes at 7, and we have dinner reservations at Sanaa at 7:40 – plenty of time to catch the bus from the park to the resort, and hopefully some time to wander around. (I have borrowed a few image links to things I am hoping to see in person)





I get that the basic architecture of the AK is the same as the WLR – I love that big open concept, and really want to see the African style décor and the ways that Disney has chosen to make it stand out from its twin resort.

I am hoping to wander around and check out the pools and the upper floors from the Lobby. I definitely need to check out the store – last year Katie found this adorable pink tee with a leopard print Mickey silhouette and she loves it but is already outgrowing it. I spied one in blue green on KatMark’s PTR, and light blue and blue green are up high on Katie’s list of favorite colors. This is something we already know we want to bring home to Katie. I wouldn’t mind finding one for me too if they have it in my size.

I am guessing that dinner at Sanaa is going to take at least an hour, possibly more. That means most of the parks will be closed or closing when we are done.



Epcot has EMH till midnight this evening, so if we are looking for adventure, we will take the bus from AK to Epcot, and then wander our way through. Joe would be thrilled if we catch Illuminations again - it is probably his favorite fireworks show at Disney.

With luck, we will be able to take a ride on Nemo and have a visit with Crush. With lots of luck we will be able to take a ride on Soarin’! -- that could be pushing it but we will check it out before moving on to Canada. I still have never seen the Martin Short movie at this pavilion, so maybe this will be the night. I think we will head over to England, and very likely stop for an ale. I have the phone numbers programmed into my phone for the red phone booths. I think we would all get a few giggles calling the number and talking to strangers on the phone thirty feet away.



After entertaining ourselves we will be able to browse through the little shops in the England pavilion – again, something I can’t really thoroughly enjoy when being barraged with “Mommy can I …” “Mommy I want…” “Mommy can you buy me …”. Maybe we can even catch a band here – I have never seen them but the write ups here on the DIS have me hoping…

I am sure that we will be feeling very thirsty again, and ready to indulge in a Grand or a grey goose slushy.

Depending on how much energy we have, and how late it is, it would be nice to catch some entertainment at the Morocco Pavilion, (the boys will like that !) but in all honesty we will likely get our slushies and head back through our special “back door” entrance to Epcot and make our way back to the Yacht Club.

Late nights at Disney are made for a soak in the hot tub, right? Rest those weary tootsies in the jets. This is a favorite thing of mine to do, even if I just soak my feet and legs in the hot water. I fully expect that this night will be no exception. Some relaxation in the hot tub is just the thing to wind down after a fun day at Disney!
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I have to ask ... what exactly is a Grand or Grey Goose - and which one is the picture of? I'm not much of a drinker, but this is the year. I feel it! I shall have a tasty adult beverage! And if you had to pick just one beverage in WSC, which would it be and where do I get it?

Loving your updates! I've not seen the Canada show either. It's on my list for March. And I need to get the phone numbers to the red booths! We won't hang around waiting to see if anyone is in them, but it would be awesome if our timing was right! I loved the old band... the name of them escapes me, but haven't heard much about the new one.

Your nightly plans to soak in the hot tub sound divine!
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I have to ask ... what exactly is a Grand or Grey Goose - and which one is the picture of? I'm not much of a drinker, but this is the year. I feel it! I shall have a tasty adult beverage! And if you had to pick just one beverage in WSC, which would it be and where do I get it?

Loving your updates! I've not seen the Canada show either. It's on my list for March. And I need to get the phone numbers to the red booths! We won't hang around waiting to see if anyone is in them, but it would be awesome if our timing was right! I loved the old band... the name of them escapes me, but haven't heard much about the new one.

Your nightly plans to soak in the hot tub sound divine!
ooohhh Grand Marnier and Grey Goose...mmm a little taste of ice heaven. Grand Marnier is an alcoholic beverage with a bit of an orange taste; Grey Goose is a lemon vodka -- there is a kiosk in the France area near the water that sells alcoholic beverages and has these slushies in big machines like they have a seven eleven (but soo much better). Joe and I each had one - he had grey goose, I had grand mariner. both were very tasty and well worth the OOP expense. While I totally enjoy adult refreshments, I confess that I have not sampled all there is to sample in Epcot so I am not the expert in each country's specialty. I will tell you that Joe and I thoroughly enjoyed these slushies, they were icey cold on a hot day, had wonderful flavor, and were not "knock your socks off" type of drinks--I do think that if I could have only one adult beverage at WSC, this would be my choice. Both were yummy so it depends on if you are in an orange or a lemon sort of mood.

My cell phone is dead -- that is where I have stored the phone numbers for the red phone booths in England in Epcot. I found them online: (407) 827-9861
(407) 827-9862
(407) 827-9863

I can't remember the name of the group either but have read several TRs and it sounds like a fun show. Listening to groups like this is one of the reasons I am so excited to be going sans Katie. I love my girl but am really really looking forward to grown up time!
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ooohhh Grand Marnier and Grey Goose...mmm a little taste of ice heaven. Grand Marnier is an alcoholic beverage with a bit of an orange taste; Grey Goose is a lemon vodka -- there is a kiosk in the France area near the water that sells alcoholic beverages and has these slushies in big machines like they have a seven eleven (but soo much better). Joe and I each had one - he had grey goose, I had grand mariner. both were very tasty and well worth the OOP expense. While I totally enjoy adult refreshments, I confess that I have not sampled all there is to sample in Epcot so I am not the expert in each country's specialty. I will tell you that Joe and I thoroughly enjoyed these slushies, they were icey cold on a hot day, had wonderful flavor, and were not "knock your socks off" type of drinks--I do think that if I could have only one adult beverage at WSC, this would be my choice. Both were yummy so it depends on if you are in an orange or a lemon sort of mood.

My cell phone is dead -- that is where I have stored the phone numbers for the red phone booths in England in Epcot. I found them online: (407) 827-9861
(407) 827-9862
(407) 827-9863

I can't remember the name of the group either but have read several TRs and it sounds like a fun show. Listening to groups like this is one of the reasons I am so excited to be going sans Katie. I love my girl but am really really looking forward to grown up time!
Thanks! I'm not big on lemon, but I love orange! So that answers that!

Thanks for the phone #'s!

I loved the last group they had ... just not sure if I'll enjoy this new group. Guess we'll see!
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OK--I thought I was so far behind...but I'm not. When Mark and I went for our fifth anniversary it was a lovely trip. Just like Mary Ellen mentioned, you will feel like royalty. On Valentine's Day, we had an ADR at California Grill. When I had first called to make the ADR, a very nice CM suggested that I make the ADR to conincide with Wishes, which I hadn't given much though to, although I knew that you could see the show from there. When we were walked over to our table, it was covered in Mickeyhead confetti and we scored a table directly in front of the giant plate glass windows, complete with a bird's eye view of the castle. I cried. No. I'm serious. I cried. Tears of joy..but stilll...I cried.

So, yes...you will be treated well pretty much everywhere you go.

I was going to comment on your ADR plans, but you seem pretty set on those. We're eating at Kona the first time on this trip and I'm really lookihg forward to it. There and Sanaa seem to be two of the TS places that stand out in my mind for constantly getting great reviews here.

My only suggestion would be this...are you and Joe having your anniversary dinner alone? If so, I might consider doing OOP for dinner at a signature. That said, I know that they aren't for everyone. But...if there was a menu that appealed to you, and you're not on the DDP, you can do some fun things with ordering, for example, if I were to go to California Grill again, I think I'd order two small plates, rather than one of their entress. Just a suggestion.

I have heard great things about Captain's Grille, too.

And I"m with Joe on Illuminations... Its my favorite, too! Too bad Max has quite "gotten" fireworks yet. Silly boy.
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OK--I thought I was so far behind...but I'm not. When Mark and I went for our fifth anniversary it was a lovely trip. Just like Mary Ellen mentioned, you will feel like royalty. On Valentine's Day, we had an ADR at California Grill. When I had first called to make the ADR, a very nice CM suggested that I make the ADR to conincide with Wishes, which I hadn't given much though to, although I knew that you could see the show from there. When we were walked over to our table, it was covered in Mickeyhead confetti and we scored a table directly in front of the giant plate glass windows, complete with a bird's eye view of the castle. I cried. No. I'm serious. I cried. Tears of joy..but stilll...I cried.

So, yes...you will be treated well pretty much everywhere you go.

I was going to comment on your ADR plans, but you seem pretty set on those. We're eating at Kona the first time on this trip and I'm really lookihg forward to it. There and Sanaa seem to be two of the TS places that stand out in my mind for constantly getting great reviews here.

My only suggestion would be this...are you and Joe having your anniversary dinner alone? If so, I might consider doing OOP for dinner at a signature. That said, I know that they aren't for everyone. But...if there was a menu that appealed to you, and you're not on the DDP, you can do some fun things with ordering, for example, if I were to go to California Grill again, I think I'd order two small plates, rather than one of their entress. Just a suggestion.

I have heard great things about Captain's Grille, too.

And I"m with Joe on Illuminations... Its my favorite, too! Too bad Max has quite "gotten" fireworks yet. Silly boy.
Oh your anniversary sounds wonderful!!! I am hoping for some pixie dust though not mentioning any of it to Joe. No expectations = no disappointment.

Hmm California Grill looks really good, I might consider different reservations. We are aiming to do the Wishes Dessert party -- I called the concierge desk and asked if they can make the reservations, so its "on his list" for when they open the reservations for that night.

I made all of our ADRs for 4 -- its easier to downsize than upsize I figure -- and we will really enjoy having our friends with us.

I cannot even tell you how very tempted I am to upgrade to deluxe so that we can try more table service places. With Katie we end up doing lots of buffets and there are so very many restaurants to try. I can't really justify the extra $ - we normally just don't eat that much, and our friends definitely don't eat that much - but its OH so tempting!!

Joe and I both agree that our next trip with Katie will not be on the Dining Plan so we will have more flexibility then. see, always something to look forward to for the next trip!
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Momma Mia!

This past Saturday, I took my sister in to New York City to see Momma Mia! She hit a landmark birthday in December, and truly she is just so darned generous with everything and helps me so much with Katie that I wanted to do something special for her birthday.

If you have a sister, and kids, (ok really just kids!!!) then you just know how wonderful it is to have a few hours to spend being able to talk about whatever you want, or not talk at all, without regular interruptions. As annoying and offensive as I find the show, the Family Guy commercial is so true: Mom. Mom. Mom. Mom. Mom. Mom.Mom.Mom…you get it.

I had not realized that my sister had not been to a Broadway show before, so was really glad and excited that I had picked a very fun show. My BFF Yvonne met up with us in NY (she lives in Queens). We had a beautiful drive in, no traffic YAY, and parked with ease.



Jean and I stopped at Dallas BBQ for a quick salad. No pictures, I was hungry! But I had a lovely spinach salad with mushrooms, and Jean had a Caesar salad. The salads were yummy and we finished them quickly so we could head up to the theater. Dallas BBQ had a nice menu, and while we ate downstairs, where it was drafty every time someone opened the door, the upstairs, was big, warm, open and has a fun Dallas/Wild West theme going. I would go back there again.

We headed up through Times Square – sunny but cold day. lots of people out in the city! Pretty soon we saw the sign for the Winter Garden Theater.
There was already a line to the corner, so I called Yvonne to see if she was in the line or still having coffee – she was not in line, so we joined the fray & she joined us a minute later. We actually got in very quickly, and headed right to our seats. We had great seats – we were pretty close, maybe 10-11 rows back. I quickly snapped a photo with my phone just to show how close we were to the stage, but did not take any pictures during the show. I only had my phone, which does not take great dark pictures, and the ushers were absolutely watching for phone glows, as I saw later in the show.

I had not seen the movie, just knew that the play had really good reviews, and who wouldn’t love a play based on Abba songs?



If you have not seen it, its an awesome show. The basic story line is a 20 year old girl is getting married, and invites the three men who could have been her father all to the wedding, without telling her mother. We saw some young kids there – not so sure I would want to answer questions based on a few of the lines in the play, but we, and the audience in whole, loved the lines, character interactions, and of course, Abba songs!

After the show, we walked a few blocks to a long time favorite restaurant of Joe and I, St. Andrews.

It’s a Scottish restaurant and bar – their new location has two floors, with the main dining area upstairs. We were seated in a room that faced the street, and we were the only people there at first, so I could take a picture of the décor a bit

with my phone before our server came. Across the street from our window, we could see Mickey and Minnie headed into a building for a break. There were characters all over Times Square Saturday night – it was odd. I took a picture but it didn’t turn out (my phone is not great for dark pictures, and it does not zoom.)

We ordered traditional Scottish fare: beet and wild greens salad with goat cheese, I had wild thistle-honey chicken with mashed potatoes and spinach , my sister Jean had surf and turf: a huge roasted pork chop, shrimp, mashed potatoes and asparagus


Yvonne had lamb with a thyme and rosemary seasoning, sweet potatoes, and asparagus. We shared a side of “bubble and squeak” which is sautéed cabbage, potatoes, and ayreshire bacon. Very tasty (though be warned: the bubble and squeak part comes later, when the cabbage kicks in LOL)

After dinner we started down through Time Square,

and found ourselves in front of the Disney Store. OF COURSE I had to go in! I am so sure that Yvonne was thinking I have lost my mind – She’s been to Disney several times but mostly because her aunt and uncle live in Orlando, and her cousin & his wife work for Disney. She would probably not go again. Anyway, back to the NYC Disney Store. It was really nice, I had not been to the new Times Square store—I had been to the Disney Store in 2007 or 2008 before it closed and they moved. Lots of unique NYC Disney items.















They had a fun muppets section – my nephew would have loved this guy:




and Jean and I both enjoyed the Bambi section










and of course with Mary Poppins on broadway they had a decent variety of items – I thought these guys were cute:



We headed upstairs, where there were a lot of toys for boys, Marvel items, and pixar movies
Jean liked the Jesse hat--too bad the glittery boots were kid sized only.




Heading back down stairs, there is a pretty mural with Mickey & Minnie






We headed back out into the cold and continued a block – stopping to see the huge ferris wheel in Toys R Us.






Right outside of Times Square, we saw Mickey and Minnie, and yeah, I had to stop. I made Jean join the zaniness with me. It was funny because these characters of course had no qualms about talking, or asking for tips (I obliged).




We headed back toward our car & Yvonne headed off to catch a train. Jean and I made one more stop, a store we’d seen on our way to the theater: Hello Kitty! I found it surprising when I visited the Japan Pavilion in Epcot last year and saw so much Hello Kitty everywhere. I had no idea the little kitty was popular with adults, and this store totally proved it. There was your usual selections of tees and toys, but the purses

and shoes
show that this is NOT just for little girls!

Girls day out over, we headed home, but not before we splurged on Sonic Sundae’s (no car pics but they were yummy – I had caramel and Jean had hot fudge).

LOL true to real life, Sunday was spent nursing Katie who is at the tail end of a wicked cold, taking down the inside Christmas decorations, vacuuming, laundry, dishes, dinner, homework – the 10 hour vacation is over for sure!!!

More real Disney planning coming up soon!
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I hope you love Sanaa. I think I am going to add it to my June ADR list. I'm actually thinking about doing it as a late lunch on our last day. I can't be in Disney a whole week and NOT see the AKL. Those pictures are gorgeous.

As far as that slushy picture - it has to be the best I've seen on the boards. That slush looks like heaven in a glass!

Your trip to NYC looks like so much fun! Nothing like a play, dinner and a trip to the Disney store to make the perfect day!
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Flash Back 2007

As I was looking for a few photos to add to my PTR I realized that I just have to post a few from our first trip to Disney in 2007. This truly was THE most magical trip ever. It just was. I’m sure part of it is because it was a first trip for all of us, and because 2006 was an AWFUL year and so we went in January 2007 to, well, make ourselves feel better.

Here are a few of my favorites:


Katie in the airport, 7 am or so, watching them de ice the plane for take off:





The view from our door at the Coronado Springs





Yes, Kathy it IS one of the most beautiful resorts. Absolutely! This will probably be our 2013 destination







Ready to go to the parks???


First Disney Character EVER









Dancin’ with the Little Einsteins – Katie’s favorite show (shhh don’t tell her friends, but she still loves this show)




sharing a milkshake




First parade Ever? Jungle Jammin’ at the Animal Kingdom:







Hi Flick!





First view, first picture of Cinderella’s castle (yup, teary eyed then, teary eyed now remembering!)





Snow White ride:


I live in the fast lane






Minnie givin’ smooches to my hubby (see Lesley you are right!)








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Princess of the Day at Epcot…. First seating at Akershus !






Mommy’s favorite girlhood princess, Snow White



Do you remember this ship? Its gone now:












someone argued with me that they’ve never heard of Snow White signing autographs with Dopey, but here is the proof (Katie was napping at the time):



the photo we have to duplicate every trip:






Watching the dancers in front of the Castle:








bye bye Minnie’s house, you were the best!




















Family of the day at Cosmic’ Ray’s!




First ever ‘Pinky Promise’ with Wendy:



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Mission accomplished:






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I love Sanaa, yummy yummy yummy! A perfect dinner choice if you ask me and I like the idea of walking back through the WS. Mamma Mia would be so fun to see. I was bummed, I was supposed to see Cinderella in Dec and ended up with a conflict.
I am looking forward to Sanaa and some time walking around the resort a little.

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I hope you love Sanaa. I think I am going to add it to my June ADR list. I'm actually thinking about doing it as a late lunch on our last day. I can't be in Disney a whole week and NOT see the AKL. Those pictures are gorgeous.

As far as that slushy picture - it has to be the best I've seen on the boards. That slush looks like heaven in a glass!

Your trip to NYC looks like so much fun! Nothing like a play, dinner and a trip to the Disney store to make the perfect day!
I can't claim to have taken that picture - I googled it I wish I had one now!!! I think my huge desire to see AKL is all KatMark's fault
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Aw, what great pictures Thanks for sharing your first trip.

Katie was so small and just adorable
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I love the pictures of Katie...she is so cute. I agree about CSR...it is beautiful. We are torn for our September trip over there or OKW. You must try AKL; you will be in awe
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