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Old 06-16-2013, 09:43 PM   #3196
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Does the shop in the resort sell milk? We just need it for cereal in the morning or a late night snack for my kids, without going all the way down there with a mug. Is it reasonably priced and will it fit into the beverage cooler?
Yes! Do a google search to find the cost, but it will fit in a cooler.
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Here!!!! Got a great room in the 60's on the 4th floor facing Little Mermaid section of AoA. I was admiring the view earlier, though, and a bird divebombed me twice getting in my hair!!! Freaked me out! It must have a nest somewhere around - okay, birdie, I get it! I won't bother your babies! LOL! Not too crowded at all, hopefully that continues a few days! I had the turkey salad on a multi-grain croissant for lunch and it was awesome! I chose the macaroni salad as the side, wasn't great, but it's all good because the sandwich was huge! Anyway, to everyone travelling down (or up, whichever the case may be) have a safe trip!
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Old 06-16-2013, 10:14 PM   #3198
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Does the shop in the resort sell milk? We just need it for cereal in the morning or a late night snack for my kids, without going all the way down there with a mug. Is it reasonably priced and will it fit into the beverage cooler?
Yes, It's about 2.89 for a half gallon . Just an Fyi Milk is not an option for the refillable mugs .
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Old 06-16-2013, 10:16 PM   #3199
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Can we request ahead of time to have a king bed room? We would also like to be on the ground floor. How likely is it that we could get these requests?
Call and add it to your reservation, Go with the one you want the most first then the other second! So if you know you want a King Bed no matter what make that your first request then ground floor second
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Old 06-17-2013, 06:07 AM   #3200
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Yes! Do a google search to find the cost, but it will fit in a cooler.
Thanks! I can't find the prices of things anywhere online, menus and items yes, but no prices.
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Old 06-17-2013, 06:39 AM   #3201
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I flew AirTran last month and used the resort check in. My flight out was at 9pm. I did my airline check in around 10 am. got our boarding passes and check in our suitcases. the rest of the carry on's I left with bell services. our magical express pick up was for 5:55 pm. We got our carry on's and went to the waiting area around 5:30. a bus was there and he took us since he was not full and it was the last stop. We did online check in the night before on Southwest's app since I booked the ticket's with them. super easy and your boarding passes will have mickey's face on them : )
Thanks for the information! DW and I have been searching for good information on this since we decided to fly down this time. (Excited! ) We have always driven down, and wanted to skip the 12 hours each way if we could.
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Paid off my vacation last night. . Now just to wait for Mickey mail. I'm really not trying to wish my summer away.
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Old 06-17-2013, 09:47 AM   #3203
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Paid off my vacation last night. . Now just to wait for Mickey mail. I'm really not trying to wish my summer away.
Isn't that a great feeling?! We paid ours off last week. I can't wait for October. I know I'm wishing the summer away but its Disney!! Lol it takes forever to get here but when it does, you blink and your vacations over.
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Old 06-17-2013, 11:39 AM   #3204
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Does the shop in the resort sell milk? We just need it for cereal in the morning or a late night snack for my kids, without going all the way down there with a mug. Is it reasonably priced and will it fit into the beverage cooler?
Here right now and current price of a half gallon of milk is $3.19. HTH
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Old 06-17-2013, 11:40 AM   #3205
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Paid off my vacation last night. . Now just to wait for Mickey mail. I'm really not trying to wish my summer away.
I feel like I am wishing my summer away. We are going in September, seems like forever away, but there's lots to do between now and then, starting with an ear surgery for my daughter, her 6th.
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Old 06-17-2013, 12:32 PM   #3206
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Here right now and current price of a half gallon of milk is $3.19. HTH
Wow! That's about what I pay for a gallon. That's crazy....
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Old 06-17-2013, 01:28 PM   #3207
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That is high. Just trying to figure out if we should order from garden grocer for all our snacks and stuff instead of packing most of it, and buying milk there. Garden grocer is so easy, but so expensive...
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Old 06-17-2013, 01:58 PM   #3208
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I feel like I am wishing my summer away. We are going in September, seems like forever away, but there's lots to do between now and then, starting with an ear surgery for my daughter, her 6th.
Christine hope your dd surgery goes well.
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Old 06-17-2013, 08:01 PM   #3209
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That is high. Just trying to figure out if we should order from garden grocer for all our snacks and stuff instead of packing most of it, and buying milk there. Garden grocer is so easy, but so expensive...
I just did a quick pre grocery shop at Garden Grocer and holy cow. I am thinking I just might ship all my stuff down. Almost every item that I wanted was at least a $1 more. But then again you are paying for convenience.
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Christine hope your dd surgery goes well.
Thank you!
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