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Old 07-08-2014, 03:56 PM   #1
Whitten Family
Join Date: Nov 2013
Posts: 229

Do I need Chef Mickey?

This trip we will be going 8 nights and have 10ADRs planned....including the following. The one I have not been able to get or fit in our schedule is Chef Mickey, do I really need it?

Arrival day - Beirgarten Dinner
Day 1 -- Hollywood and Vine Lunch
Day 2 -- Akershus Breakfast
Day 3 -- Crystal Palace breakfast
Day 4 -- California Grill(Adult only Dinner)
Day 5 -- 1900 Park Fare Dinner
Day 6 -- Tusker House Breakfast/Raglen Road Dinner
Day 7 -- Ohana Breakfast/BOG Dinner
Departure Day
ME DH and the Kids DS5, DD4, DD1

Past trips:
Dec 2013 @ POR

Upcoming trip
Nov 15-23rd @ CRB with both our "Moms"
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Old 07-08-2014, 10:28 PM   #2
Join Date: Oct 2013
Posts: 115

This depends on if your family wants to see the "other" main characters. You will see Mickey & Pluto at the 'Ohana breakfast and Donald at Tusker House. So you just need to decide if seeing Minnie & Goofy are important to you. We've done Chef Mickey's on our last 2 trips. We are most likely dropping it from our list this year in favor of just 'Ohana breakfast.
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Old Yesterday, 03:46 PM   #3
Join Date: Jan 2010
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We went in 2011 and that was by far our least favorite thing we did on the trip. As long as you aren't counting the six hour layover in Atlanta because our first flight was delayed and missed the connection. Then it is the second least favorite. We were really disappointed in the experience vs the price.
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