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Old 09-18-2012, 01:28 PM   #16
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I don't think so, look at her previous posts, seems genuine to me. Troll posts are normally more 'shock factor' too
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The DDP is too restrictive and that is exactly what Disney want. In an ideal world they would rather you never left the site. Who in their right mind really wants to plan where they are eating for dinner months out for every evening?

Like others say, a car is a real godsend, there are fantastic places to eat outside Disney at far cheaper prices.

We stayed at Disney for one week and outside for another, really made a great contrast. A fortnight of Michael Mouse would drive anybody insane!
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The DDP is too restrictive and that is exactly what Disney want. In an ideal world they would rather you never left the site. Who in their right mind really wants to plan where they are eating for dinner months out for every evening?

Like others say, a car is a real godsend, there are fantastic places to eat outside Disney at far cheaper prices.

We stayed at Disney for one week and outside for another, really made a great contrast. A fortnight of Michael Mouse would drive anybody insane!
Hehe, whilst I agree entirely about the DDP, you can NEVER have enough mouse lol! I am soooooooo excited to be staying 2 weeks onsite again next year.
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Who in their right mind really wants to plan where they are eating for dinner months out for every evening?
Obviously a lot of people, you only have to read a couple of threads on this very forum to know that.
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Er guys, are we sure Boo isn't a troll.....87 posts and the quote "I can honestly say I won't ever go to WDW again!" how many people have you ever met that have ever said that.

Apologies to all if you are a genuine poster Boo x
Wow, I write an honest review and because I say I won't be going to WDW you think I'm a troll. Talk about being blinded by the mouse, everything isn't fantastic in Disney. I've been there around 8 times, 2 weeks a time, and this time we realised that for the money you pay etc there are other places we could be going. If an honest post is going to be presumed a troll I think I've had enough of this forum.

To answer other questions, the busy days we stayed away from the EMH. We moved from park to park on one of the days and they were both as bad as each other. The flags were at half mast and we were trying to work out whether we in the middle of a holiday or something.

As for doing too much I don't think we did. The only day we actually collapsed into bed was our day at universal. We did 8 till 8 and we were shattered. Other days we were pretty relaxed.

Thanks for the replies to my post anyway guys, but I think this will be the last on this forum. Best wishes.
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Wow, I write an honest review and because I say I won't be going to WDW you think I'm a troll. Talk about being blinded by the mouse, everything isn't fantastic in Disney. I've been there around 8 times, 2 weeks a time, and this time we realised that for the money you pay etc there are other places we could be going. If an honest post is going to be presumed a troll I think I've had enough of this forum.

To answer other questions, the busy days we stayed away from the EMH. We moved from park to park on one of the days and they were both as bad as each other. The flags were at half mast and we were trying to work out whether we in the middle of a holiday or something.

As for doing too much I don't think we did. The only day we actually collapsed into bed was our day at universal. We did 8 till 8 and we were shattered. Other days we were pretty relaxed.

Thanks for the replies to my post anyway guys, but I think this will be the last on this forum. Best wishes.
Sorry you feel this way but its a public forum where everyone has a right to their opinion, I have been on these boards a lot of years now and its probably the first time I have read someone say they will never return, certainly not something you read very often on here.
Stitch did put "Apologies to all if you are a genuine poster Boo x"
Maybe Disney (WDW) is not for you or posting on these forums but I hope you change your mind and do both again.
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Wow, I write an honest review and because I say I won't be going to WDW you think I'm a troll. Talk about being blinded by the mouse, everything isn't fantastic in Disney. I've been there around 8 times, 2 weeks a time, and this time we realised that for the money you pay etc there are other places we could be going. If an honest post is going to be presumed a troll I think I've had enough of this forum.

To answer other questions, the busy days we stayed away from the EMH. We moved from park to park on one of the days and they were both as bad as each other. The flags were at half mast and we were trying to work out whether we in the middle of a holiday or something.

As for doing too much I don't think we did. The only day we actually collapsed into bed was our day at universal. We did 8 till 8 and we were shattered. Other days we were pretty relaxed.

Thanks for the replies to my post anyway guys, but I think this will be the last on this forum. Best wishes.
Sorry you are offended by some of the comments - not everyone thinks the worst of your posts.

Could you have been at the parks on September 11? That would be a reason for flags to be lowered, but not sure why the crowds would have been so heavy.

As far as food costs, yes it is expensive to eat at Disney, just like any other venue. (At our state fair, you can drop $100 in a day "snacking".) We are not big on eating huge meals at sit down restaurants, and we do not use the dining plan. I dislike pre-planning where we will be, where we will eat, etc. months in advance. We eat a good breakfast at our hotel and eat an afternoon meal at the park. We avoid meal-time crowds at lunch/dinner. In previous years we have had a car and used it occasionally to eat offsite. But really, don't think the savings on meals is worth it to pay the cost of a vehicle.

We have spent 2 weeks at WDW and enjoyed it, but typically we stay 7-10 days and find that works best for us. I like to go more often rather than staying more days. I realize flying in from UK will be more expensive and thus a longer stay makes more sense for you, so perhaps having a car for a few days during the trip would give you some flexibility and options for different experiences. Over the years we have enjoyed seeing the "other" places around Orlando - Gaterland Zoo is still one of my DS27 favorite places
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I know I've only got a few posts here so make of that what you will, but in defence of the OP, I think it's totally possible to overdo Disney.

I went to DW back in 2010, spent 6 nights there and found it all a bit samey towards the end, which is part of the reason why I left it 2 years before deciding to do DL this year to see how it differed. But one of the good things about Disney is that it does change every few years with new rides and experiences, which is why I've booked to go back to WDW in January 2013.

Basically, I think that even if you're an absolute Disney nut it's possible to have too much of a good thing and for me (speaking entirely personally), I have a better time when I break it up with other theme parks and experiences. But that's just me - everyone knows how best to have a good time for themselves - but I think it would be sad if we were critical of each other for being honest.

I also agree that Disney is expensive for food. There are ways of means of getting around that (e.g. for me I think it's best to do a big breakfast or lunch and then snack during the day) but I think you do need to budget if you're planning on eating on site.

Hope no one's offended by that and I also hope Boo comes back.

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I think that Florida just has everything (if you don't mind longhaul flights) Villas, hotels, apartments and motels, different theme parks and different ways to experience them, good shopping, excellent food choices, beaches to rival the carribean and a common language. The trick is finding what suits you best....and everybody is different.
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Look, I honestly didn't mean to offend anyone and as Wayne pointed out, I did put an apology, but I guess I am just a huuuuge Disney nut, yes it's expensive but I love it too much and I could never have enough of it - 2 weeks straight at WL next summer for us!
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I definitely agree about the price of the food. The restaurant prices are crazy. I know they probably do this to make the people on the dining plan think they are getting a better deal but they are surely scaring off others. We didn't do the dining plan this year as the price to stay at SSR was so high that we would have had to eat about $5000 worth of food over the 3 weeks to break even. so when they say free dining, I don't really think it is anymore because the room cost is so much more onsite. Don't get me wrong, I love Disney hotels. We were there from 27th July to 18th August and I was very surprised at how quiet the restaurants where. We asked at guest services one day at Epcot and we could literally have eaten at any restaurant we wanted at anytime. We opted for Rose and Crown which we hadn't done before. We loved it and didn't mind paying a little extra.

Oh and I know I should know this but I have no idea what is meant by a "troll Post". Not heard that expression before.
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To answer other questions, the busy days we stayed away from the EMH. We moved from park to park on one of the days and they were both as bad as each other. The flags were at half mast and we were trying to work out whether we in the middle of a holiday or something.

As for doing too much I don't think we did. The only day we actually collapsed into bed was our day at universal. We did 8 till 8 and we were shattered. Other days we were pretty relaxed.

Thanks for the replies to my post anyway guys, but I think this will be the last on this forum. Best wishes.
I think it's partly what you're used to and partly what your expectations are. We are here now and I have never seen such low crowds - ever! And we've been 5 times. Having said that, I have also learned that after Labor Day the MNSSHP parties start and that has an enormous impact on MK. We were there on Friday the 7th and the park was DEAD! Everything was pretty much walk on, even at midday and this posed an enormous challenge to us: I had to learn how to tour NOT using FP. Having done this and done the other extreme of Easter weekend I have to say it is a lot easier for me to get more out of a trip in busy times. I doubt we will come back at this time of the year again - just too quiet. So to sum it up, a lot of it boils down to personal preference.

I'm pleased you had a good first 10 days though Hang onto those memories and give yourself time to get over the jet lag and the climate change, etc etc and hopefully, once you have had time to let the dust settle a little, you'll perhaps consider another trip and maybe do it a little differently to suit what you like and what suits you x
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I know I've only got a few posts here so make of that what you will, but in defence of the OP, I think it's totally possible to overdo Disney.

I went to DW back in 2010, spent 6 nights there and found it all a bit samey towards the end, which is part of the reason why I left it 2 years before deciding to do DL this year to see how it differed. But one of the good things about Disney is that it does change every few years with new rides and experiences, which is why I've booked to go back to WDW in January 2013.

Basically, I think that even if you're an absolute Disney nut it's possible to have too much of a good thing and for me (speaking entirely personally), I have a better time when I break it up with other theme parks and experiences. But that's just me - everyone knows how best to have a good time for themselves - but I think it would be sad if we were critical of each other for being honest.

I also agree that Disney is expensive for food. There are ways of means of getting around that (e.g. for me I think it's best to do a big breakfast or lunch and then snack during the day) but I think you do need to budget if you're planning on eating on site.

Hope no one's offended by that and I also hope Boo comes back.

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I like Disney.
I'm just not prepared to pay their prices.
Universal Orlando has far better parks (IMO) at a fraction of the cost.
Have never even tried onsite at Disney, but may in the future. I have never been particular impressed by Disney food and don't think I could be "captive" on Disney property for more than a day or so.
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I like Disney.
I'm just not prepared to pay their prices.
Universal Orlando has far better parks (IMO) at a fraction of the cost.
Have never even tried onsite at Disney, but may in the future. I have never been particular impressed by Disney food and don't think I could be "captive" on Disney property for more than a day or so.
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