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Old 08-31-2012, 01:20 PM   #361
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TGIF ladies!! I hope you are all having a good morning. I am so tired, but for a good reason. My DH Ruben, won the chance yesterday to purchase seats to "Wicked" for only $25 each. The seats ended up being front row. We went last night, and had an awesome time!! Great play, great song, great night. But I was up until midnight and had to wake up at 5:30, so I am paying for it now. LOL

I'm sure we'll go again, but it's all going to be up to Jill when and if we go. So, we'll wait until she knows more about what day works best for her.

Disney has villains though.... Gotta watch out for some of these ladies.... (cough*Theresa*cough)


OHHH...I'm getting WICKED tickets next payday!! SOOOO excited!!! We went to NYC for the first time in June & chose NOT to see it there since it was coming to Seattle this fall. We saw Mary Poppins (it was cute) & Newsies (it was FANTASTIC!!) instead! Had a BLAST!!!

I would love to go to company D if you guys do get a chance to go!

I love the Disney villians!!! The first time my daughter did the "which character are you in Belle's library in DCA" I hit the 'I like to eat people for lunch' button & she was the old lady evil queen from Snow White ...she's been teased about it ever since! & I love Malificent ...so I always love when you post & see her in your signature!
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Ok, I feel like I was too negative!

We did have a wonderful trip and lots of magical moments and wonderful cast members. It's just that I had never had the UNmagical ones before.

Examples of amazing moments:

Ordering Gluten free at Art of Animation: Chef Dan was amazing and made a wonderful pasta dish just for us. When I asked him if we might be able to purchase a loaf of the gluten free bread, because we had forgotten to pack one and forgotten to order one and our little guy who is celiac and diabetec was struggling with getting carbs. He went in the back and packed up a to go carton with gluten free rolls and 1/2 loaf of gluten free bread and brought it back to us and told us to have a great trip and come see him if we needed anything else. I teared up and gave him a big hug. Seriously, it is such a struggle for my friends with just the day to day stuff and having 3 small children, it really meant a lot to have someone go out of their way to make it a little easier.

Concierge at Polynesian: When I messed up the arrival time for our Luau reservation he did everything he could to help me out, get us a different reservation etc. And when that couldn't work he gave my son and I both leis and told us to have a magical evening, and waived the no show fee. Then after I finally met up with the rest of our pary who had arrived at the Luau an hour later, was told they had to go in or pay full price anyhow and then the food server had put their food on the table and it was all cold, they had missed the show and the server was gone for the evening because of the requirement that she leave the floor and they in general just had a horrible experience because I had the time wrong, and then when I went and spoke to the same Concierge and explained what had happened because I just didn't think it was right that they had not gotten the same treatment as I had gotten. He totally agreed, was very apologetic and gave my friends back their meal credits, and even though I hadn't been charged he gave me a credit on my room just because he wanted me to have a wonderful trip. I didn't ask for any of this nor expect it, but it was an act that made the disney difference.

I know that my friends son was thrilled with all of his pin trading moments with the cast members and he was gifted a couple of pins for patiently waiting for his sisters

One of my favorite moments: I had ridden the bus to the Art of Animation to give my sister a head set so she could work her last two days. It was midnight before I was headed back to the Bay Lake and I though I had to take the bus to DTD and then transfer to Bay Lake Towers Bus. I was the only one that got on the bus and I asked the driver if I would be able to get a transfer at DTD to Bay Lake and he said yes. Then after we drove for about 5 minutes, he said, OK young lady (I liked that title)...I am going to drive you to the Contempo. YiPPEE! Personal bus taxi at midnight. Does it get any better than that???

Anyhow, I have to say, there were tons and tons of really great interactions and really great moments. And, I wouldn't mind going back with hubby for food and wine or perhaps over the holidays. But for my kids, they are just into rides and if that is all we are doing, then I'd rather do it with less effort. Or perhaps when my youngest is old enough to be off on his own, then we can all do our own thing and get together now and again. But I didn't really enjoy being drug all over the parks to take advantage of the fast passes and get in as many rides as possible. Too much work for me And I didn't get to explore enough.

So there you go...Just didn't want to leave a negative taste out there because it was a really great trip.

And my dear friends bought me Sketch Dooney as a thank you for planning the trip! That was an awesome grand finale!
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TGIF! I'm so happy it's Friday. This was the loooooooongest week ever!!! Plus I'm excited it's a 3-day weekend. WooHoo!

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OKay, first off, I have to say how truly happy I am for you!!

Second, I'm glad you're still down with a beach day! I saw that there is a Ruby's Diner out at the end of Newport Pier. That might be something to keep in mind as a fun place to eat. Just a thought. Balboa Island looks like it has some cute places on it as well, although I am not as familiar with those.
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Once I get a dozen drinks in you, I'll get you to do it. Believe me, I thought I'd never go on that sucker again. I haven't rode it since DCA opened. But with many drinks & a little persuasion , my honey was able to talk me into it. Yes I was scared, but it wasn't half bad if you're a little past tipsy . I can also hold your hand if you'd like.

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Katie - Love the TOT picture! Very happy to hear you had a great adults-only weekend. How were the fireworks?


Not sure I'll do the beach day yet. I'll have to think on it. I don't like to shop very much. But I do like to relax, and talk, and eat, and drink.
I already told you about the fireworks. They were very magical! Plus there was a sneeze involved so it was extra exciting for him .

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..... and by "fireworks" she means how were the "special channels"
What are you trying to say about Capri??? That she only has one thing on her mind???

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TGIF ladies!! I hope you are all having a good morning. I am so tired, but for a good reason. My DH Ruben, won the chance yesterday to purchase seats to "Wicked" for only $25 each. The seats ended up being front row. We went last night, and had an awesome time!! Great play, great song, great night. But I was up until midnight and had to wake up at 5:30, so I am paying for it now. LOL
That is so awesome! Plus 5 1/2 hours of sleep is plenty. I only get 4 hours of sleep on weekdays so suck it up .

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I think there are, but just really jump in and chat with people here too, get to know some peeps. I took my first solo trip several years ago and that was not only my first trip flying by myself (I HATE flying!), I had never met anyone in the group either. I survived (well, mostly ). Other than that shady Betty, everyone is great.
I think you're right about Betty....I would glance over at her a couple times during the trip and she'd have the B*#chest look on her face. What's up with that .
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This...

The distances between attractions, between parks, to get to transportation, etc.. The distances are just huge. Really ads to the exhaustion, and not as much can be accomplished.

And this...

Bus service:
Very unpredictable. I mean, I got lucky and mostly waited for just a few minutes and then was on my way. But a few times we waited forever and multiple buses went by for other destinations and it was a full 40 minutes before our bus came, and then sometimes it would be a 30 minute ride. Very frustrating when you only need to travel 5 miles.

Is why we will now always get this...

Rental Car! We had one the second week and we really loved it. It was great to buzz around the resort much more quickly in.

We've been to WDW 3 times now. The first two times we only used Disney transportation, which could be very time consuming, crowded, and aggravating (and painful - lol). The last trip we went on, we rented a van, and it made a "world" of difference! It was so much easier, faster, calmer, and less painful to get around.

It sounds like you had some great down time at the pools and waterparks - YAY!

But that grocery delivery bill - YIKES!
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Wow, this Betty person sounds really sneaky. Good thing my name is Beth.

Depends on who you ask, huh, Betty????

Disney has villains though.... Gotta watch out for some of these ladies.... (cough*Theresa*cough)
Wow, you better take care of that NASTY cough before the end of September, Betty. Besides, villains have tres fun

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What are you trying to say about Capri??? That she only has one thing on her mind???

Well, two things really - beer at breakfast and lots of different channels on TV!!!

I think you're right about Betty....I would glance over at her a couple times during the trip and she'd have the B*#chest look on her face. What's up with that .
I know, right? She sucks on pickles before going out
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Once I get a dozen drinks in you, I'll get you to do it. Believe me, I thought I'd never go on that sucker again. I haven't rode it since DCA opened. But with many drinks & a little persuasion , my honey was able to talk me into it. Yes I was scared, but it wasn't half bad if you're a little past tipsy . I can also hold your hand if you'd like.

I'll ride it with you too. Heck, I don't even need to be tipsy to ride it. Not saying I won't be. I just don't NEED to be.



I already told you about the fireworks. They were very magical! Plus there was a sneeze involved so it was extra exciting for him .

Ooooh, a sneeze?!! Extra exciting for sure!



What are you trying to say about Capri??? That she only has one thing on her mind???

It's a gift.


I think you're right about Betty....I would glance over at her a couple times during the trip and she'd have the B*#chest look on her face. What's up with that .

I saw that same look too. I'm pretty sure it was right after she took her first yummy sip of wine.
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Ladies, are any of you from the phoenix area? I am trying to see if anyone might be willing to get together for coffee or something here in town. I am just a leeetle scared to take a solo trip when I don't know ANYONE. Cuz I am a wimp like that. :-(
I am in Peoria, and another of us ladies is in Glendale. Send me a PM and we'll definitely have to get together somewhere in between, unless you're ever up this way. BTW, I'm Stacie and other other lady is Heather.
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Did you park hop at all? We were thinking for our first trip we would probably just spend a full day at each park, then go back at the end of the trip to the things we missed/or want to see again. I think it would be easier than trying to park hop.
I've only been to WDW about four times. Not as many as some of the ladies here by far, but when we go, I hate to park hop. It just seems to suck up so much time from the day.




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And my dear friends bought me Sketch Dooney as a thank you for planning the trip! That was an awesome grand finale!
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UGH...I'm so frustrated today with Disney! We were supposed to get to go to DL the weekend of 10/6, now due to school conflicts (& a retirement party for an owner at work) it looks like we can't go until the weekend of the 20th. Everything is more expensive that weekend.

We wanted to do the Halloween party & I just checked & it's $18 MORE that Friday than the 5th AND the cost is the same regardless of being an AP or not... there's not even the slightest discount for an annual passholder... I mean really...can't they at least give a $5 discount.That's so lame. Plus they no longer sell a 6 day park hopper ticket unless you purchase it through a vacation package with Disney.

I'm so discouraged with all of the changes & price increases this year. I'm pretty fortunate in the fact that it's just me & my daughter...I feel so bad for people who have to save so hard for a family of 4-5 or more! It's going to become so impossible for people, other than locals, to go in the future.
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Once I get a dozen drinks in you, I'll get you to do it. Believe me, I thought I'd never go on that sucker again. I haven't rode it since DCA opened. But with many drinks & a little persuasion , my honey was able to talk me into it. Yes I was scared, but it wasn't half bad if you're a little past tipsy . I can also hold your hand if you'd like.
Oh Lordie...if you get a dozen drinks and me and then take me on that thing I will be all over you....neither of us wants THAT! LOL
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Busy week here, I think we'll hop over to the parks tonight to unwind. I'm surprised the APs aren't blocked for the holiday, so we'll see how crowded it is tonight .

I enjoyed our one trip to WDW, which we went with the sole purpose of having DS's first haircut at MK . However, I absolutely despised the bus system for all of the reasons mentioned. Bus after bus went by and none were for our destination. It was like "EPCOT AGAIN???" We did wait a good 45 minutes at times for buses. We ate up so much time just getting around I felt like that really decreased our enjoyment. Next time we will definitely be renting a car. No doubt about that. I also didn't like all of the required pre-planning. If you don't make your reservations 6 months in advance you don't get to sit down to eat? I don't mind doing some trip planning, but hyper-planning everything so far in advance without any flexibility, and as a first-timer basically just guessing which restaurants and resort to go to based on online reviews, really turned me off.

However, it was great seeing some old favorites at MK (Peoplemover, Country Bears, etc.), and all of our character interactions were FANTASTIC. We will absolutely go back (once we bring home DD, she's going ot need a hair cut too!) but definitely getting our own car.
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I'm so discouraged with all of the changes & price increases this year. I'm pretty fortunate in the fact that it's just me & my daughter...I feel so bad for people who have to save so hard for a family of 4-5 or more! It's going to become so impossible for people, other than locals, to go in the future.
I agree. We have a family of 6!! We went for a few days back in May, but I'm pretty sure that's going to be it for us. My son is 17 and one of my girls is 15 and they are kind of over Disney anyway. They had fun, but they aren't clamoring to go back.

I remember going to the Halloween party when it was still fairly new and it was only around $20 or so per person. Now, depending on the night, it's as much as $69!





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I also didn't like all of the required pre-planning. If you don't make your reservations 6 months in advance you don't get to sit down to eat? I don't mind doing some trip planning, but hyper-planning everything so far in advance without any flexibility, and as a first-timer basically just guessing which restaurants and resort to go to based on online reviews, really turned me off.
I agree. It's kind of strange to plan where you want to eat some random Tuesday for lunch 6 months from now.
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Well so much for going to the park to unwind!!! What the h*** was I thinking? So we got DS all excited about going tonight, then when we got over there the traffic was backed up to kingdom come (we only live about 4 miles away). So then we were like okay, we'll go to Knott's, and got DS all excited about Camp Snoopy. Then halfway THERE, DH realized he left his and DS's Knott's passes at home. So, turn around, run into the house, etc, meanwhile DS is chattering about all of the things he wants to ride. Then as we get closer, DH checks his phone--Knott's closes at 8:00 and it's 7:45. . We had decided to go to the chicken dinner restaurant for dinner, so DH was like well, just drop us off at the gate and then we'll run in and do a ride while you park. Okay, so that's our plan until we get right up there and DH says, "DS, which one ride do you want to ride?" and guess what? DS is fast asleep!!! Oh my lord. We debated just going back home, but we were hungry, so we just parked and unloaded DS and he did well in the restaurant, but it was like what else could go wrong?
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UGH...I'm so frustrated today with Disney! We were supposed to get to go to DL the weekend of 10/6, now due to school conflicts (& a retirement party for an owner at work) it looks like we can't go until the weekend of the 20th. Everything is more expensive that weekend.

We wanted to do the Halloween party & I just checked & it's $18 MORE that Friday than the 5th AND the cost is the same regardless of being an AP or not... there's not even the slightest discount for an annual passholder... I mean really...can't they at least give a $5 discount.That's so lame. Plus they no longer sell a 6 day park hopper ticket unless you purchase it through a vacation package with Disney.

I'm so discouraged with all of the changes & price increases this year. I'm pretty fortunate in the fact that it's just me & my daughter...I feel so bad for people who have to save so hard for a family of 4-5 or more! It's going to become so impossible for people, other than locals, to go in the future.
The price increases are shocking!

Wanted to reply to your question about hopping. We did not HOP in the way that we do at California, where we may go back and forth several times. But we did sometimes go to a park in the morning, go home for a swim break/rest, then go to a different park in the evening. Sometimes for food, sometimes for a show. It was nice to have that option. Especially when we were at a monorail resort and then after we had the rental car.


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Busy week here, I think we'll hop over to the parks tonight to unwind. I'm surprised the APs aren't blocked for the holiday, so we'll see how crowded it is tonight .

I enjoyed our one trip to WDW, which we went with the sole purpose of having DS's first haircut at MK . However, I absolutely despised the bus system for all of the reasons mentioned. Bus after bus went by and none were for our destination. It was like "EPCOT AGAIN???" We did wait a good 45 minutes at times for buses. We ate up so much time just getting around I felt like that really decreased our enjoyment. Next time we will definitely be renting a car. No doubt about that. I also didn't like all of the required pre-planning. If you don't make your reservations 6 months in advance you don't get to sit down to eat? I don't mind doing some trip planning, but hyper-planning everything so far in advance without any flexibility, and as a first-timer basically just guessing which restaurants and resort to go to based on online reviews, really turned me off.

However, it was great seeing some old favorites at MK (Peoplemover, Country Bears, etc.), and all of our character interactions were FANTASTIC. We will absolutely go back (once we bring home DD, she's going ot need a hair cut too!) but definitely getting our own car.
HAHA, you reminded me of another favorite moment. My 16 year old asked if he could have his hair cut at MK. I agreed and then it ended up that my youngest got his hair cut and my nephew and my husband! The ladies at the barber shop were awesome and actually gave a great hair cut! Made for some great photos too!

We did do some ADR's but we also ended up just walking up to a few places and getting in. Our last night we had two meal credits left and at 8 oclock I walked up to Crystal Palace and asked if we could get in. The lady told me no, they were booked solid and I had best settle for counter service. Then a nice lady in the booth behind her looked at her screen and said she could fit us in, no problem! It was awesome! When we got done eating we walked out onto the porch right as the fireworks went off and had a great view without waiting or fighting for a spot. It was wonderful!
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