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Old 08-07-2012, 11:24 AM   #76
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The following is on my to do list for my next trip:
Watch an entire parade
Get a nice family picture in front of the castle
Visit Animal Kingdom Lodge
Afternoon Tea at the Grand Floridian
Bring my daughter to the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique
And last but not least the Nutella Waffle!!!
Every trip I have a list of things I want to do and we just can't get everything done in a week. Guess it gives me a good excuse to go back!
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Old 08-07-2012, 02:02 PM   #77
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I'm adding to my to-do list daily, but so far it's:

Dole Whip - In all of my years going to Disney I haven't tried one. That will end!
Nutella Waffle - Self explanatory.
Soarin' - Haven't gotten to spend much time at Epcot.
Test Track - Always been closed when I've been.
Character dining breakfast at GF - Mary Poppins!
Jungle Cruise - Never bothered with it, but now I really want to ride!

Maybe Expidition Everest.... I hate being dizzy from all the head jarring on some coasters.
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Old 08-08-2012, 09:53 AM   #78
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I'm adding to my to-do list daily, but so far it's:

Dole Whip - In all of my years going to Disney I haven't tried one. That will end!
Nutella Waffle - Self explanatory.
Soarin' - Haven't gotten to spend much time at Epcot.
Test Track - Always been closed when I've been.
Character dining breakfast at GF - Mary Poppins!
Jungle Cruise - Never bothered with it, but now I really want to ride!

Maybe Expidition Everest.... I hate being dizzy from all the head jarring on some coasters.
You should definitely do EE! Our DD was 10 during our last trip and was finally tall enough to ride all of the coasters... she was apprehensive to say the least. She did not like Space Mountain, Rock'n Roller-coaster or Thunder Mountain. We finally convinced her to ride EE and when she got off she was just giggling away and begging to ride again! So after another 5 rides that afternoon needless to say it is her favourite. I hope you give it a chance, going backwards and forwards is alot of fun, plus the view from the top is really remarkable!
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Old 08-10-2012, 07:26 PM   #79
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Here's a list of our first times on our next trip:
1. Staying at CBR
2. one of the water parks (not sure which one)
3.eating at Teppen Edo and 1900 Park Faire
4.Tom Sawyer Island (not sure why we never did this)
5.Food and Wine Festival
6.ToT??? No Way!!
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Old 08-11-2012, 07:44 AM   #80
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We will try and add another of the tours to our list. Not sure which one.

We have already taken the "Keys to the Kingdom Tour" and Also the 8 hour tour where you go behind the scenes at MK, Epcot, and HS. This tour included eating at the Whispering Canyon.
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Old 08-11-2012, 08:05 AM   #81
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Nutella waffle is on our to-do list in December. I have no idea how we missed this one over the years!!!!
What and Where is this Nutella Waffle??
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Old 08-11-2012, 10:59 AM   #82
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What and Where is this Nutella Waffle??
It is in Magic Kingdom in Liberty Square at Sleepy Hollow. I'm going to try to post the menu. The pictures look amazing!
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Old 08-11-2012, 11:04 AM   #83
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It is in Magic Kingdom in Liberty Square at Sleepy Hollow. I'm going to try to post the menu. The pictures look amazing!
Sleepy Hollow
Liberty Square - Magic Kingdom
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Menu Date: April 2012

Waffle Sandwiches - served 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Sweet and Spicy Chicken $6.99
Ham, Prosciutto and Swiss $6.99

Nutella and Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich $5.99

Waffle
with powdered sugar or cinnamon $4.59
with strawberries and whipped cream $5.59

Soup of the Day $3.49

Funnel Cake
dusted with powdered sugar or cinnamon $4.99
topped with strawberries and whipped cream $5.59

Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich - $4.19

Coca Cola or Root Beer Float with vanilla soft serve $4.19

Liberty Swirl Slush - a combination of Fanta strawberry and blue raspberry $3.69

Ice Cream Cup - chocolate or vanilla soft-serve $3.19

Chocolate Chunk Cookie $2.19

Iced Coffee (French vanilla, mocha or latte) - $3.99

Iced Coffee Float (French vanilla, mocha or latte) - $4.19

Cappuccino - $3.39

Espresso - $2.99

Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Barq's Root Beer, Minute Maid Light Lemonade - $2.59/$2.89

Smart Water $3.50

Bottled Water $2.50

Hot Cocoa, Hot Tea, Coffee (regular or decaf) $2.09

Milk or Chocolate Milk $2.19

Soy Milk - regular or chocolate $2.19

Orange Juice $2.39

Apple Juice $2.59


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Old 08-11-2012, 02:58 PM   #84
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on my next trip

Broadwalk, never there yet!!
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Old 08-13-2012, 10:47 AM   #85
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Old 08-13-2012, 03:56 PM   #86
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I want to see shows but austic boys won't sit thur them unless they have fireworks - tried Tiki & country bears - we didn't last long

My son didn't like either of those either....but really liked Beauty and the Beast, FOTLK, and Little Mermaid.


I'm looking forward to seeing the nations at Epcot when is not 100 degrees so I can enjoy them.
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Old 08-13-2012, 04:02 PM   #87
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I've been taking notes while preparing for our next trip and this is what I had so far that will be firsts. We're arriving for the third time September 28 for 10 nights for our daughter's 7th birthday.

Magic Kingdom:
Enchanted Tiki Room
Dole Whip
Tom Sawyer Island - As a kid I could spend all day there at DL
Hall of Presidents - Bored me to death as a kid and haven't wanted to put our daughter through that.
Dumbo Interactive Queue
Chicken and Waffles at Sleepy Hallow
MNSSHP
Breakfast at Crystal Palace
Ride Space Mountain with my daughter now that she'll be tall enough.

Epcot:
Food and Wine Festival
World Showcase in ungodly detail instead of a frantic pace
Teppan Edo
Sum of all Thrills

Animal Kingdom:
Kali River Rapids now that it will be warm enough
Primeval Whirl

Hollywood Studios:
Ride Rock 'n' Roller Coaster with my daughter now that she'll be tall enough.

Other:
Hoop De Doo Revue
Cape May Cafe
BBB at Downtown Disney
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Old 08-13-2012, 09:57 PM   #88
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The things I will be crossing off my bucket list on our November trip are:

Camping at FW
Riding Toy Story Mania (we always get there too late for FP)
Explore Morocco
Eat at Marrakesh
Swim at the BW (cold weather and being sick prevented us our last 2 times staying there)
Watch the Electric Water Pageant
Tequila bar in Mexico

How do you know when the water pagent is? We will be at WDW in December and I would love to see this for the first time.
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Old 08-14-2012, 08:59 AM   #89
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5th trip and have never gotten to ride toy story mania (too crowded).
Still contemplating HOOP-DI-DOO $$$$$
Will see Hall of Presidents with boys
Stunt car show at HWS
Hoop de doo is one of my most memorable memories. My DD8 and DS10 are still talking about it a year later. I have candid shots of the kids in full belly laughs, their eyes sparkling. These photos are priceless! We are planning our return trip now. We are taking Grandma this time. I thought we would do the show at the Poly or the Mickey's BBQ. Nope, when the kids were asked their opinion they wanted Hoop de doo again. Definitely worth the money!!
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Old 08-14-2012, 09:08 AM   #90
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Hoop de doo is one of my most memorable memories. My DD8 and DS10 are still talking about it a year later. I have candid shots of the kids in full belly laughs, their eyes sparkling. These photos are priceless! We are planning our return trip now. We are taking Grandma this time. I thought we would do the show at the Poly or the Mickey's BBQ. Nope, when the kids were asked their opinion they wanted Hoop de doo again. Definitely worth the money!!
We have been a couple times and loved it both times! It was worth the money and time to do it. DW was hoping to do it this next trip, but there just isn't enough time in the schedule to work it in. Next time maybe.
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