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Old 09-19-2012, 10:42 PM   #1126
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The info for Pop Century is that rollaway beds are available, so perhaps we can assume the same for the LM rooms at AoA.
Thank you so much; I really needed to know this. I should have known that you'd be the one to answer me!

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Old 09-19-2012, 11:38 PM   #1127
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Silly question but does anyone know the dimensions of the interior of the safes? Thanks!
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Old 09-20-2012, 01:43 AM   #1128
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can you get the smoothie as a drink on the dining plan?

Without reading through this whole thread, has anyone been able to get the smoothie as a drink on the dining plan, or is it only a snack or dessert?
Can you get a milkshake as a drink, or is it only a snack or dessert?
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Old 09-20-2012, 06:58 AM   #1129
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Finding Nemo?

We booked a Finding Nemo Suite for Nov 2-5. Does anyone have any recommendations on room requests? Is there a better location or building to be in? So many people staying in LM!
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Old 09-20-2012, 08:00 AM   #1130
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When I booked a few days ago, I asked about bringing our own coffeemaker. Gotta have our Folgers. The CM said so long at it has an auto shut off. There's a plug in behind the round table that we were planning on using. Or use a plug in the sink area. Whether it's "allowed" or not I don't know, but we got approval from the CM so we're going on that.
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Old 09-20-2012, 08:07 AM   #1131
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When I booked a few days ago, I asked about bringing our own coffeemaker. Gotta have our Folgers. The CM said so long at it has an auto shut off. There's a plug in behind the round table that we were planning on using. Or use a plug in the sink area. Whether it's "allowed" or not I don't know, but we got approval from the CM so we're going on that.
Thanks for the info, i am bringing a small pot on my trip with brother and neice in February.

I was noticing you are 11 months away from your 25th.

Congrats!!! We are 21 months away from ours! We honeymooned at the GF but will probably do our fav the Poly or try the Boardwalk! It will be our first trip back without the kids! Can't wait! Enjoy!! We have earned it.

I just noticed we will be at LM around same time too!
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#Polyaddict, the Poly is our home away from home and where we usually stay. We love it there. The mermaid rooms are just too cute to pass up though. Got to try them out.

Congrats on your upcoming 25th also! It's been an interesting and fun quarter of a century.

It would be nice to meet at the pool sometime during the week.
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Old 09-20-2012, 09:03 AM   #1133
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Had to come and do the happy dance. Art of Animation Lion King Family Suite!

Sad to leave college daughter at home. Only bringing the 10 year old daughter. I knew some day this would happen.

At least she's coming with us to the Wonder in May.

I can't wait to tour the campus and see everything!
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Old 09-20-2012, 10:09 AM   #1134
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I am sure this question is somewhere in this thread but after looking at 20 pages I can't see straight

If you are traveling with others and one family has a suite and another has a standard you would be in different buildings is this correct?

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Old 09-20-2012, 10:18 AM   #1135
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if you got an upgrade from LM to a suite which would you choose?


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No Starbucks????!!! Are there any on the DW site?
No, not yet at least. There was talks of putting some in, but I don't think they have yet.
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Old 09-20-2012, 10:46 AM   #1137
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#Polyaddict, the Poly is our home away from home and where we usually stay. We love it there. The mermaid rooms are just too cute to pass up though. Got to try them out.

Congrats on your upcoming 25th also! It's been an interesting and fun quarter of a century.

It would be nice to meet at the pool sometime during the week.
Sounds good!

My brother and i arrive Feb 9 and leave on the 15th.
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Old 09-20-2012, 10:55 AM   #1138
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Old 09-20-2012, 11:13 AM   #1139
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I am sure this question is somewhere in this thread but after looking at 20 pages I can't see straight

If you are traveling with others and one family has a suite and another has a standard you would be in different buildings is this correct?

Thanks for any information provided
Joan1 - To answer your question Yes you would be in different buildings.
The only standard rooms at AoA are in the Little Mermaid section.
The suies are divided int 3 different sections with the Lion King suites being the closest to the Little Mermaid section. The other suite sections are Finding Nemo and Cars with Cars being the furthest from the Little Mermaid section.
Hope this helps and answers your question regarding standard rooms and suites.
I think the best you could do if you were wanting to be as close as possible to the other people in your travel group is to request the Lion King suites
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Old 09-20-2012, 11:17 AM   #1140
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I am sure this question is somewhere in this thread but after looking at 20 pages I can't see straight

If you are traveling with others and one family has a suite and another has a standard you would be in different buildings is this correct?

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Yes, both families would be in different buildings. Only the Little Mermaid section has standard rooms. The other sections are all suites: Lion King, Nemo and Cars.
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