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Old 09-23-2012, 09:17 PM   #1231
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The only refillable mug station other than at LOF is at the Big Blue Pool.
That is what I thought. Thanks!
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I have a question, I am bringing some refrigerated foods with me, what if our room is not ready (early arrival) do they have a fridge that can store them until room is ready? Thanks
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Old 09-24-2012, 05:30 AM   #1233
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I have a question, I am bringing some refrigerated foods with me, what if our room is not ready (early arrival) do they have a fridge that can store them until room is ready? Thanks
All the bell services desks at all the resorts have refrigerated storage.
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Thank you! Phew! That helps a lot.
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Old 09-24-2012, 07:03 AM   #1235
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So I'm about to change my reservation from little mermaid to a suite, but I can't decide which one to pick (they're all available).
Which one would you pick?

I should add that it's for two women.

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Old 09-24-2012, 08:20 AM   #1236
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Could you tell us what building you are in and what room numbers face the lake? TIA
We are in 7718. (3rd floor) It faces the lake and is only a few doors from the stairs closest to the LK section. Makes for a slightly shorter walk and great view.

If you are anywhere close today, stop and see our window. Decorations coming down tomorrow morning.
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I have toured the Grand Floridian (always buy Mickey soap there) and its not my speed. I like LOUD, OBNOXIOUS and in your FACE, over the top wackyness thank you! I saw on another forum they were calling AoA "More Nick Jr Obnoxiousness".. I say the more over the top the better. I go to Disney to escape a BORING world. JMHO
You know, I don't think I'd go in a moderate even if free dining occured. I have young kids and we want in-your-face Disney. If we didn't want that, we would stay off-site at Windsor Hill (it's probably what we'll do when kids grow up and that we can rent a regular car instead of a minivan)
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Old 09-24-2012, 10:31 AM   #1238
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So I'm about to change my reservation from little mermaid to a suite, but I can't decide which one to pick (they're all available).
Which one would you pick?

I should add that it's for two women.

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We stayed in a Lion King suite and the decor was great! The only thing I didn't like was the carpet. It was dark and didn't seem to "flow" with the rest of the room. (Obviously a minor complaint.) If I were you I would look at all of the photos and choose whatever is most appealing to you.
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Old 09-24-2012, 11:24 AM   #1239
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Does anyone know if roll away beds are available at AoA?
On the Pop Century thread the moderator has info from Disney that rollaway beds are available, so we can assume the same for AoA...at least for the LM rooms which are comparable to those at Pop Century.

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Could you tell us what building you are in and what room numbers face the lake? TIA
Here's my take at the lake-facing room numbers in building 7 based on the room numbering used at Pop Century. Marblies also reports being in 7718 as lake-facing room and that fits into this pattern:

Building right side as you face the lake
7513-7524 - ground floor
7613-7624 - 2nd floor
7713-7724 - 3rd floor
7813-7824 - 4th floor

Building left side as you face the lake
7549-7560 - ground floor
7649-7660 - 2nd floor
7749-7760 - 3rd floor
7849-7860 - 4th floor

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I have a question, how much do the Little Mermaid rooms cost a night? I can't find it on the website
Here's the link to the official Disney page with rates and room types. You need to use the Season drop-down in the upper right corner to switch to the time of year you are interested in:
http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/res...t/rates-rooms/

Here's the MouseSavers pages for 2012 and 2013, which are little easier to read:
http://www.mousesavers.com/2012-art-...-season-dates/
http://www.mousesavers.com/2013-art-...-season-dates/
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We stayed in a Lion King suite and the decor was great! The only thing I didn't like was the carpet. It was dark and didn't seem to "flow" with the rest of the room. (Obviously a minor complaint.) If I were you I would look at all of the photos and choose whatever is most appealing to you.
i think i like LK the best.....something very soothing about it...not sure why, but i like it...
cars is less interesting to me, although that sofa is totally cool - looks just like the back seat of our car when i was really really little!!
nemo is the least interesting...not sure why.....

so i guess LK it is....i would think it's quieter there, since there's no pool...
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so i guess LK it is....i would think it's quieter there, since there's no pool...
Our room was VERY quiet. We were at the end of building 6 and heard almost no noise from anyone else. Very rare for us while at Disney!
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Movies at resort

I will be at AOA on this Sunday for 1 night do the movies at the pool happen every night or just select nights?
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NE Goofy, people have reported they do not sell bread and they do sell half gallons of milk but they run out a lot and then what's left is the individual serving for 1.69. If you are checking a bag at the airport you can do what I'm doing and pack a couple of parmalat quarts of milk or those horizon milk boxes. Also bringing my own bread, PB & j.
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We are actually packing some Horizon milk boxes in our suitcase for DD. Considering they are $1.29 each at Wegman's here, we'll buy enough for each morning. I figure we can have her drink it on the way to the bus stop and while waiting, so we do not have to lug a cup around with us.



Thanks for all the info. I have never heard of horizon milk boxes. I will have to check if they have them here in Nebraska.
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i think i like LK the best.....something very soothing about it...not sure why, but i like it...
cars is less interesting to me, although that sofa is totally cool - looks just like the back seat of our car when i was really really little!!
nemo is the least interesting...not sure why.....

so i guess LK it is....i would think it's quieter there, since there's no pool...
We love our LK suite but be aware the movies are now shown in the LK courtyard and they are fairly loud!
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I will be at AOA on this Sunday for 1 night do the movies at the pool happen every night or just select nights?
It's every night. September schedule:

Sunday - Pocahontas
Monday - Alice in Wonderland (original)
Tuesday - Toy Story 2
Wednesday - The Lion King
Thursday - Camp Rock
Friday - Oliver and Company
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