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Old 06-13-2012, 04:39 PM   #16
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Thursday, September 20th - MK with AM EMH and KTTK Tour



My hubby has been talking about doing a KTTK tour for literally years. Probably since the first time he found out you could do a tour of Magic Kingdom, he has wanted to do it. He is completely fascinated with how it all works, and what goes into the daily operation to make the Magic for guests like us. The more he talked about it, the more I started wanting to do it as well.

Here is the description from the WDW website:

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Disney's Keys to the Kingdom Tour highlights the fascinating history of Walt Disney World Resort and provides backstage access to secret areas of Magic Kingdom theme park.

Guests must be at least 16 years of age.

This approximately 4.5-hour walking tour explores the stories behind the remarkable creation and growth of Magic Kingdom theme park. Hear the intriguing story of Walt Disney and learn how his innovative ideas, revolutionary visions, creative philosophies and amazing accomplishments brought the Theme Park to life. The journey includes stops at backstage facilities and a variety of favorite attractions.

One unforgettable highlight is a trip below Magic Kingdom theme park into the service tunnels known as the Utilidors. This is one urban legend that is absolutely, and almost unbelievably, true—the Guest accessible areas of Magic Kingdom theme park are actually on the second floor of a massive structure. The first floor—called the Utilidors—allows Cast Members, deliveries and even trash to be unknowingly transported below Guests' feet as they wait in line for their favorite attraction.

Was it pricey, you ask? Ummmmm, well yeah. What at Disney isn't pricey? The tour was $74 per person. Thank goodness there are just two of us! There are discounts available, though. We got 20% off by using our Chase Disney Visa. I think AAA offers 15% off, and IIRC there is also a discount available to DVC members. The cost includes lunch at one of our favorite CS restaurants, Columbia Harbor House. We will also receive a special pin in the shape of a key as a keepsake.

BUT ... we figure this is a once in a lifetime kind of thing. It isn't like we're going to be doing this every single trip by any means. Kind of like last year - DH did the RPDE. Once in a lifetime, never to be repeated.

SO ... this is going to eat up a bunch of our day. From the reviews, probably closer to 5 hours or a little more once it is all said and done. That being said, MK does open early today - 8 a.m. - so we'll have some time for rides before we have to be at City Hall at 9:15 for the 9:30 start time.

Once the tour is over, we'll have the rest of the day to do more rides and revel at being at MK again. I'm hoping between our evening at MNSSHP and today, we can accomplish at least the following:
  • Space Mountain
  • Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
  • Haunted Mansion
  • Buzz Lightyear
  • Pirates of the Caribbean
  • Jungle Cruise (at night)
  • Mad Tea Party
  • Carousel of Progress

We also managed to snag a spot in the AAA Wishes Fireworks Viewing Area this year. We went back and forth about whether we would bother with it, but in the end decided to try to get it, and there was availability ... so we went for it. I hope it's a good spot and that we don't look like this with a gazillion of our new best friends. Guess we'll just have to wait and see if it was worth all the worrying over.
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Old 06-14-2012, 08:11 AM   #17
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Friday, September 21st - DHS or ... Not?

Will we or won't we?

At this point, I think our plans for this day are completely up in the air. I guess we're going to hold off on deciding what we're doing until we're there. If we feel like going to DHS, we'll buy the tix that morning and go. Just in case, I went ahead and made us an ADR. If we don't end up going, well, I hope we can get a same-day ressie somewhere. On a Friday. During Free Dining. Keep your fingers crossed for us!

If we go to DHS, this is what we'd like to do:
  • Tower of Terror
  • Rock 'n' Rollercoaster
  • Great Movie Ride
  • Toy Story Mania
  • Backlot Tour
  • Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular
  • Star Tours
  • Lights, Motor, Action!

If we don't go to DHS, we will not be going to another amusement park. There is a lot more to see and do outside of the parks. I would like to eventually go to Universal and WWoHP, but not this trip. We looked into seeing Blue Man Group, but they have no performance scheduled for this date. We did La Nouba last time, so we don't want to do that again this year. I'll use another post for things to do in the Orlando area that we are considering for our free day ... that is, if we have one!
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Old 06-14-2012, 09:38 AM   #18
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Saturday, September 22nd - Bye-Bye POFQ

Today is departure day.

We have a late flight - around 5 p.m. - so we'll have all morning and early afternoon to bum around with DH's family. At this moment in time, the plan is to get up and check out early. Hopefully by this morning, we'll have purchased any keepsakes we wanted ... and perhaps booked our bounceback offer for 2013.

We want to make some arrangements with the family to get everyone together and have a big brunch or something. We'll need to leave their place by no later than 1:30 to get the car back to the rental counter and get through security at MCO. Then we'll be on our way back home ... to start obsessively planning for next time!
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Everything looks great so far. We are going in Sept too but not till the 29th. Also doing MNSSHP but still deciding on costumes.

Quick ? how do you sign up for the AAA wishes viewing? We have AAA but never did this before.

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Old 06-14-2012, 11:26 AM   #20
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Everything looks great so far. We are going in Sept too but not till the 29th. Also doing MNSSHP but still deciding on costumes.

Quick ? how do you sign up for the AAA wishes viewing? We have AAA but never did this before.

Cant wait to hear more
Nice to have you aboard! So funny though because I was just reading through your PTR this morning, but I didn't get all the way through so I didn't post yet!

Did you book your WDW vacation through AAA? If you did, you will receive a packet of vouchers and coupons, and one of them should be a voucher for the AAA Preferred Wishes viewing area. I think they said it is somewhere in front of The Plaza restaurant on Main Street.

You need to call 1-407-939-7860. That's the fireworks viewing line. You can only do it on a night that MNSSHP isn't taking place. They told me I would need to present the AAA voucher thingy from the packet when we arrived at the viewing area. I think she said you can reserve for up to 6 people in your party (?). When you call, they can tell you for sure. Hope you're able to get a spot for your family! Call soon because it fills up fast - we missed out last year because we didn't call early enough. Good luck!
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Our Dining Plans ... or How To Turn 20 Credits Into 28 Meals

This may be a post that changes frequently over the coming months. I just can't seem to decide where will be the best places to eat! Soooo many choices ... and honestly, who doesn't get hungry looking at those menus ... or heaven forbid, the food porn threads!

As I said in a previous post, finding different ADRs has become almost like a game to me. I'll get online and punch in where we might like to go ... <squeal!> there's availability! DH will come home, I'll casually change the subject over to WDW like I always do ... then again, casually, I'll mention that I changed this ADR for this one. He looks at me like this: Whatever! He just doesn't get how important these particular decisions are! Only you, my dear DISfriends, only you understand.

ANYHOO ...

I have laid out our plans to include three meals a day. Yes, I know WDW portions are huge, but as mentioned earlier, I am diabetic. I am used to eating three meals a day and a couple of snacks at home. I need to keep that schedule no matter where I am because it's what works best for my needs. This presented quite the challenge ... just exactly how do I turn 20 credits into 28 meals? I knew some would have to be out-of-pocket (OOP), but which ones? How do I make this all work?

I have been tinkering with the dining since we first planned out the trip in February, even before free dining was announced. I knew we would have at least QSDP, because that's what we booked with our original package. It was trying to figure out which meals would be cheapest, knowing how we eat. That set in stone which meals would be paid for using a dining plan credit and which ones we would pay for ourselves. I truly was a bear to deal with while doing all the calculating, asking my poor DH a hundred (or more) times, "WHAT DO you think you'll want to eat if we go here?" My good and patient DH truly has been a saint at times while I was in the midst of planning out our food.

And so ... without further ado ... you know you've been waiting for them ... here they are in all their glory ... our dining plans!

Dining Plan: Disney Dining Plan
Cost: Free with Fall Promo (more on this in another post)
Credits Available: 10 CS, 10 TS, 10 Snacks


Monday, September 17th
Breakfast: Off-site (OOP)
Lunch: Off-site OR Sassagoula's large pizza to share (OOP)
Dinner: T-Rex @ 5:30 p.m.

Tuesday, September 18th
Brunch: Sassagoula's or Riverside Mill
Dinner: Liberty Tree Tavern @ 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday, September 19th
Breakfast: Sassagoula's
Lunch: Sassagoulas, Riverside Mill, OR Sunshine Seasons (if no mid-day break)
Dinner: Biergarten @ 6:45 p.m.

Thursday, September 20th
Breakfast: Sassagoula's
Lunch: Columbia Harbor House (included with KTTK tour)
Dinner: The Plaza @ 6:25 p.m.

Friday, September 21st
Breakfast: Sassagoula's OR Riverside Mill (OOP)
Lunch: Wolfgang Puck Express, Earl of Sandwich, Starring Rolls OR Offsite (if offsite, OOP)
Dinner: Sci-Fi @ 4:20 p.m. OR ... who knows where since this day is still up in the air

So ... there you have it! We didn't plan our snacks because there are too many variables and possibilities. There are a few that made the short list, but I'll not bore you with those details.

If on Friday, we find that we're going offsite and won't need the credits for lunch, we'll use them for breakfast instead, so it will work out one way or the other. I wish we could just pin ourselves down to a plan for that day, but I guess for now this is as "finalized" as it's going to get.

And so my friends, THAT'S how I turned 20 credits into 28 meals. A few OOP here, a re-work there ... I hope it all works out!
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Everything looks wonderful. I can just feel your excitment.

Thanks for the info on the AAA fireworks thingy. I to was wondering about that. I booked our trip through AAA but have yet to receive anything from them. Probably cuz it's not paid in full yet. You actually get some pretty great bonuses going through them. I had to renew my membership so we'd be good for the road trip. We get some good discounts on hotels along the way too. SOOOO EXCITED!!
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Everything looks wonderful. I can just feel your excitment.

Thanks for the info on the AAA fireworks thingy. I to was wondering about that. I booked our trip through AAA but have yet to receive anything from them. Probably cuz it's not paid in full yet. You actually get some pretty great bonuses going through them. I had to renew my membership so we'd be good for the road trip. We get some good discounts on hotels along the way too. SOOOO EXCITED!!
You're welcome!

With AAA, we didn't get our travel documents until about 2 weeks before our actual leave date, so it will probably be the same for you. I would check with your agent just to be sure - they can also give you your confirmation number, which you'll need to book the fireworks viewing. Call as soon as you are able because like I said earlier, it books up fast!
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Is the Dining Plan "Worth It"? Is Free Dining Really Free?

The simple answer is ... it's complicated.

For convenience, any of the dining plans make good sense. You pay your money up front, you order anything you want, you swipe your card. No money out-of-pocket, you don’t have to think about what you’re spending because it's all paid for in advance. Easy-peasy, right?

I think there are a lot of things to consider besides convenience, though. How much would we potentially be overpaying for that convenience? How cheaply could we eat without the dining plan versus how cheaply would we eat if we had free reign to order whatever we wanted? Knowing our eating habits was important. That’s where I started.

My DH is a big eater. He has a very large appetite, and portion size is important to him (as in, the bigger the better). He’s a tall, thin guy who has always been able to put away amazing amounts of food without gaining weight. And yes, he does usually eat dessert with lunch AND dinner.

I, on the other hand, am diabetic and constantly struggling to lose weight … and keep off what I’ve already lost. I need a mostly structured eating plan with healthier foods in small portions (which can be challenging to find at WDW, let’s face it).

To eat out-of-pocket, all at CS locations, the absolute bottom dollar we would have to budget: $400 MINIMUM

Quick-Serve Dining Plan: $34.99 x 2 adults x 5 days = $349.90

So to us, it just makes sense to use the QSDP, because it gives us a savings of $50 over eating OOP.

When the talk of a Free Dining promo came out, I knew we could eat better, have more choices, use TS restaurants, and potentially still save money. We wouldn’t have the QSDP anymore – we would get the Basic DDP because we were staying at a moderate. I did some more figuring.

The cheapest meals we would consider ordering if eating as on the DDP, but paying OOP, looked like this: $527.17 MINIMUM

Dining Plan (Basic, not Deluxe) $51.54 x 2 adults x 5 days = $515.40

It looks like a savings of only $12, right? So technically, if we paid for the DDP, we would still save money... not much, but still, we would save. But remember, we're using the FD promo, so we're not actually paying for the plan ... it's free, right? Well, this is where the water gets a little muddy.

You have to do the math to figure out if you're saving more by using a room-only discount as opposed to the FD promo. You can't just take it at face value and say yeah, it's free. You have to understand how much you could save on your room with whatever percent off you could get versus the potential savings of free dining, then compare the two.

For me, I couldn't compare my old booking package with the new one I got under free dining because they weren't the same room type or the same dining plan. It was like trying to compare apples to oranges. On paper, it looked like we saved very, very little. I spent hours doing tons of math, only to look like this ------> Suffice it to say, once I consulted the TA and went over numbers with her, we did indeed save money doing the FD promo, and got a better room category and dining plan than what we started out with. Our original room was 2 queen beds, the new room is a king, which is what we truly wanted anyway.

In summary, is paying for the dining plan worth it? For us, knowing how we eat and taking all factors into account, the answer is simple. Yes. Is Free Dining really free? That one is more complicated, and took a lot of math that I'll spare you from here. Was it the best choice for us to pay full rack rate and give up our room-only discount and use the FD promo instead? IMHO, based on the figuring I've done and what we were able to get for the price we paid, yes. I might be off some in my calculations +/- here and there, but in the end, I think I figured close enough that I'm comfortable with our decision. YMMV.
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My Bargain Disney Buy

89 days to vacation today, 91 days to WDW!

I have to share my most excellent news! I lucked into an incredible bargain at Walmart the other day. I was in the accessories section trying to find myself a hat to wear to the parks, when I spotted it. A small black and white polka-dot zippered bag that says "I (heart)" with a Mickey head! There it was, hanging on the shelf all by it's lonesome, right in front ... almost as if it was calling to me. I looked through *all* the purses and bags ... yes indeedy, it was the only one they had. No price tag in sight, just the barcode. ***ETA: There's now a pic of the bag in THIS POST! I finally figured out how!***

I grabbed it and threw it into the cart before someone else came along. DH, once again, looked like this: I told him as long as it was under $10 that it was mine. No ifs, ands, or buts about it.

We continued to shop, and every price check thingy we passed, I tried to scan it. It kept saying, "Item Not Found." I was starting to lose hope that I would even be able to buy it. We finished up the rest of our shopping and headed to the check-out. I told the cashier that I had been trying to get a price for it and that it wouldn't scan. She scanned the barcode and at first, it didn't want to come up for her, either. So she grabbed the handheld scanner and ... BEEP ... it rang up for ...


$1!


I could barely contain myself! Even the cashier was surprised it rang up for so little, and asked if I had see any others hanging back there. I told her nope, this was the only one. Then of course, we spent the rest of the time talking about all things Disney.

I know I wouldn't find anything that cheap anywhere in the 'World or the Disney store. Now I have a cute little bag to carry around, and Walmart practically gave it away.
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What an awesome price on the bag!!! I just bought a bag from WalMart for our trip! It was a little side messenger bag with Lady and Tramp on it! It was however, $10, not $1!! They also had Minnie, Tink, and a few others but the Lady and the Tramp was really cute! 89 Days here too!
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AWESOME!!! Guess a little pixie dust moment without even being at Disney!
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What an awesome price on the bag!!! I just bought a bag from WalMart for our trip! It was a little side messenger bag with Lady and Tramp on it! It was however, $10, not $1!! They also had Minnie, Tink, and a few others but the Lady and the Tramp was really cute! 89 Days here too!
Awww! I didn't see anything like that at our Wally. Sounds so cute, too. Knowing me, I would have bought both.

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AWESOME!!! Guess a little pixie dust moment without even being at Disney!
I hadn't thought of it that way, but yes, you're right!
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Why We Chose Port Orleans French Quarter

I have wanted to stay at POFQ for a long time, but the truth is, we weren't supposed to stay there this year. We were "saving" this resort for our 15th anniversary trip in 2014. We were going to wait, stay at values, and continue socking away money for a few more years before we bumped ourselves up to a moderate.

Upon checking the pricing schedule, however, we decided that perhaps waiting wouldn't be wise. We talked it over and finally came to the conclusion that if we could swing it, we should go ahead and and think about staying here this year. Why? Because we weren't sure if we continued waiting that we would be able to afford to stay there in 2014. We were afraid we would be priced right out of a moderate by that time.

To be honest, we struggled with our decision of whether to go ahead and go for FQ or just to go back to POP ... we liked it that much. We went back and forth for quite some time before we made up our minds.

So what drew us to POFQ? We made our final decision based on the following:

1. Romantic Atmosphere. Just take a look at those pastel buildings, the wrought iron railings, the street lights, the landscaping ... and that's just the outside. Everything about this place just screamed romance to us (except maybe the giant heads hanging in the restaurant, but we're willing to ignore those ).

2. Small Size. After staying at POP last year, this place looks practically tiny in comparison. I'm hoping it will be easier to navigate after a long day at the parks.

3. Having a "Sister Resort" in POR. Being able to use the amenities, including the swimming pools, was a *huge* factor. We get to stay at the smaller resort, but get to go next door and use the facilities at the bigger resort. It's a win-win.

4. Boat to DTD. Not having to use the bus transportation for absolutely everything really appealed to us. It will be nice to have an alternate mode of transport over the "bus only" at POP.

5. Double Vanity. 'Nuff said.

6. Jacuzzi

7. Ceiling Fans. Might sound like a small thing, but we're definitely ceiling fan people. A lot of nights, we use the fan at home and turn the AC off, so I found this feature to be a big plus.

Being that this is probably our only foray into a moderate, I'm hoping we made the right choice. We know after this year, we probably will be going back to values for the foreseeable future, which is fine by us. We definitely want to go back to POP again, DH is interested in checking out AoA, and the AS resorts aren't out of the realm of possibility, either. But when we go this September, we're going to enjoy our "upgrade" to a moderate and make the most of every single second of it.
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We did get some more vacation related stuff done this weekend. DH got some new swim trunks, but still didn't pick out any shorts. Just can't find any he likes. I guess we'll try Kohl's this coming weekend and see what we can come up with there.

Think we've come to the conclusion not to get a rental car. We'll be going immediately to stay with family when we get to Orlando, then finishing up our final day in town with family ... hoping we can just borrow a car like we did last year. It would save us over $200, so I'm not above begging if necessary.

I talked to my sister this weekend about getting us all the accessories for our MNSSHP costumes. She's going to get DH the surgical cap, face mask, booties ... the whole bit! I think I'm going to look rather plain in comparison, but it's all good.

We're hoping by the end of this month to have all the money saved we'll need for the entire trip. The plane tix are purchased, the hotel and stuff are paid for, so we're just talking about tips and spending money at this point. And since we've nixed the rental car, we're pretty close to having what we think we'll need.
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