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Old 02-09-2013, 09:51 AM   #2851
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No power since 10pm.
No coffee but we have hot chocolate & tea
Propane so can use stove top
Thank goodness Internet for all able to log on through cell service.
No water (well & septic)
No heat( we are all snuggled up in my bedroom with a nice fire)

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Lots of resting, leaving the shoveling to the DBF and DS

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Looks like MagicBands will be tested in the parks soon. I keep hearing occasional rumors that YC/BC will be involved early on.

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The standard MagicBands are expected to be available in a range of colors, red, black, blue, green, pink, orange and yellow. Disney has also said that special designer MagicBands will be available at an additional cost.

It is expected that once this initial MagicBand test is complete, the rollout will continue in phases to a full deployment of MyMagic+ during the remainder of 2013.

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Old 02-09-2013, 10:17 AM   #2853
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I believe at 9 am, when EPCOT opens. Normally places in the World Showcase are not open until 11 am

I can't remember- on EMH mornings, does the bakery open at 8 am or still 9 am?

Did someone post the blog link on this thread? If so, please repost, if you can.
I didn't realise you could visit the WS before it opened - are any other shops etc. open?
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I'M COMING HOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

After cheating on BCV (again) due to high occupancy during Marathon Weekend, we just booked our next trip! My wife, my brother, my sister-in-law, and my nephew will be at VWL from 7/21-7/24, then 7/24-7/27 at BCV!!!!! We would have preferred the whole week at BCV, but I think my nephew will really enjoy both. Put me on the Be Our Guest List please!
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Thanks, again!

You are very welcome! This thread has been helping me keep warm thoughts through the snow storm! I also posted my room view pictures on your room view thread. Thanks again for all the helpful info and tips!

Hope everyone made it through the storm warm and safe.
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I didn't realise you could visit the WS before it opened - are any other shops etc. open?
The WS is not really open, just the cafe in France, so you can't walk past the france area. If your coming thru WS enterance (aka the Epcot resort enterance), you walk past England & Canada but nothing's open. If you have am breakfast reservation @ norways Akershus, you can walk as far as Norway & that's it. The 1 store is open in Akershus that sells princess stuff ( because of princess breakfast), but that's it. It is really cool to walk thru there since not many people are there, you can get great pics before the crowd rolls in.
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Hello All. Hope you NewEnglanders and New Yorkers are surviving the bad weather. Philadelphia got a dusting..


We just booked our trip to the Beach Club for Early June (10th thru 17th). I can't wait to see what it's like there during warmer weather (December was freezing this past year).

I wanted to book a different restaurant for dinner. We usually do Epcot, Cape May Cafe or one of the MK resort restaurants. How hard is it to get to Wilderness Lodge (Whispering Canyon) from BC? Any suggested routes? Any other favorite restaurants you can suggest near BC (easy to get to from BC)?

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Propane so can use stove top
Thank goodness Internet for all able to log on through cell service.
No water (well & septic)
No heat( we are all snuggled up in my bedroom with a nice fire)

6 days on antibiotics and my head is pounding again so congested
Lots of resting, leaving the shoveling to the DBF and DS
So sorry. Hope power is restored soon.

Stay safe everyone in NE. Those of you with power, enjoy the blizzard.

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I'M COMING HOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

After cheating on BCV (again) due to high occupancy during Marathon Weekend, we just booked our next trip! My wife, my brother, my sister-in-law, and my nephew will be at VWL from 7/21-7/24, then 7/24-7/27 at BCV!!!!! We would have preferred the whole week at BCV, but I think my nephew will really enjoy both. Put me on the Be Our Guest List please!
Congrats and Welcome Home!

pixarmom, glad you had such a relaxing vacation. As always, you've done a superb job with photos. Thanks.
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I didn't realise you could visit the WS before it opened - are any other shops etc. open?
The French Bakery just started opening early within the last month, but no other shops open in WS at this time.

When you are at the EPCOT resorts, you can enter the International Gateway at park opening (9 am) and walk through an empty UK and Canada on your way to Future World. Now you are also able to visit the French Bakery too.


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I'M COMING HOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

After cheating on BCV (again) due to high occupancy during Marathon Weekend, we just booked our next trip! My wife, my brother, my sister-in-law, and my nephew will be at VWL from 7/21-7/24, then 7/24-7/27 at BCV!!!!! We would have preferred the whole week at BCV, but I think my nephew will really enjoy both. Put me on the Be Our Guest List please!


home!!!

I'll add you to the list.

You'd better stick around this time!!!

It does sound like a nice split.

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Cool, will have a potter along for brekkie at least one morning then
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Grateful for power today, even though the winds continue to howl and blow around the 2 feet of snow. Total travel ban will have me catching up on this thread and the lovely pics from pixarmom. Dee, will be looking forward to your Atlantis report for further warm thoughts.
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Thank you, Pixar Mom and Dee, for your insights on places to watch kids who are enjoying the Jib slide. I never would have thought of the need to keep an eye out while the kids make the climb to the slide entry -- very helpful to know. I was more focused on potential stranger interaction on the public walkway.

Based on your suggestions, I think I'll accompany our daughter and watch her make the climb for the first many rounds of slide fun and then if, and only if, all seems well, I may check out the view of the public walkway from the pergola side of the area above Hurricane Hanna's...with a lobster roll and Sunken Treasure in hand, of course. (Dee, if I'm looking at your pictures correctly, it looks like there are both gazebo and pergola sections to that upstairs area?)

We'll be there March 24-28 -- I'll take some pictures of what's in eyesight from the pergola side, although you all may already have done so.

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To those of you on the east coast keep warm!! We moved from Alaska five years ago and I miss the snow sooo much, it was much nicer then the rain. I hope you get your power back soon

Does anyone know what the bc marketplace kids turkey sandwich has on it and if it's made to order? Thanks again you have only been so helpful as we get ready to try a new resort.
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Thanks for sharing all the great pics pixarmom! Your having me want to take a relaxing swim in lazy river & eating French food!
Hi Angeejoe! You should! Both are wonderful (but that lazy river moves fast, so I'd recommend the waterfall corner near the hot tubs in my previous post for the relaxing part!)

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Thank you for your awesome pics.I made my hubby look at them with me, he would prefer things to be a surprise, he usually doesn't know anything in advance--except resort name & thinks that fun - Oh, except his golf day.I like to totally know everything before I go, so I can lead the bunch!!!!! Thx again!!!
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Pixarmom thankyou so much for the photos, they're fab .

I would not want to be in that room with the balcony though it looks like the trees want to come in and say good morning.
Thank you, Ziggy! We stayed in a wonderful full balcony room just on the other side of that tree once. I was SO happy with that room, even though there is a good amount of wild greenery outside the window. It was not only close to the secret entrance and Epcot, but we had an amazing view of Illuminations fireworks at night. So I wouldn't say it's my favorite location, but there are some benefits for those who end up around that area!

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WOW I love this thread.

Great photo stories from Pixarmum. Think I'll add breakfast from the French Bakery and Picabu at the Dolphin to my list.

Think I may be using the path to the slide once or twice, with my children of course.
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What time can you get to the bakery in France from on a morning?
Meryll83, the bakery opens at 9am, but no other shops or restaurants are open in France at that time. When we ate there last Sunday morning, a CM was posted at the bridge to France advising guests that just the bakery was open. From what I understand, they don't open earlier for EMH. But I'm not absolutely certain and things seem to change quickly! Anyway, it was our last meal of an 8-night trip and a great way to end the vacation. And I loved the ability to get a photo of our three boys in front of the fountain in France without crowds. Very relaxing, entirely uncrowded and excellent food - I highly recommend it! I won't go into detail regarding our order, but please know that you are likely to be happy if you order anything with ham and cheese in it!

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Dee, love the coffee! Good luck to everyone in the middle of the storm! Stay warm and safe!

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Thanks Pixarmom for all of the wonderful photos and info!

My youngest will be 7 by the time we go and figuring out the best visibility point for the pool slide exit/entry is going to be our biggest challenge. I don't want to be bothering her older brother and sister all the time and I have a feeling she will be on the pool slide the majority of the time. She is a good swimmer, but I like to keep and eye on my kids when in the water. Then add in the factor of the path being so long to the entry and in such a public area - it just makes me nervous... Even though the Poly pool is so much smaller it was pretty open visibility to keep an eye out on the kids.

For those of you with older kids, how do you re-connect throughout the day while at the pool? I'm worried the teenagers are going to be everywhere and I'm going to have to send out search parties.
Hi 1971! We've stayed at a number of WDW resorts (see signature) and were able to directly compare the Volcano pool and SAB since we split our recent stay. It's easier to see the kids at the Volcano pool, but I always feel like SAB is less crowded.

We have the exact issue you describe at SAB because our boys are ages 6, 12 and 13. For a long time, we'd stay with our youngest and our older boys would often hang out with us too. When they ventured off, they would tell us exactly where they were going and report back if they wanted to change location. As for the slide, our older boys negotiate with our youngest regarding the number of times they go on the slide together, and then they all do something else together. They aren't always great at compromise, but they pull it together at SAB!

I've never had difficulty finding the kids, in part because if I'm ever not sure, I just climb the stairs on one of the many bridges and spot them from above.

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I wanted to book a different restaurant for dinner. We usually do Epcot, Cape May Cafe or one of the MK resort restaurants. How hard is it to get to Wilderness Lodge (Whispering Canyon) from BC? Any suggested routes? Any other favorite restaurants you can suggest near BC (easy to get to from BC)?

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Hi deebeck! Honestly, we wouldn't travel from BC to WL for Whispering Canyon. We'll venture over to the MK area to eat if it's California Grill, Be Our Guest or Kona. Maybe Artist Point (I do love the Territory Lounge!) There are just so many great dining options in and around the Epcot area, including Le Cellier, Yachtsman, Bluezoo and Il Mulino. If you're looking for non-signature, we highly recommend Kouzzina, Via Napoli and San Angel Inn. And Garden Grill is a ton of fun if you are looking for character dining.

If you decide to go over to WL for dinner, I recommend a cab. If we were taking Disney transport from BC to WL, we'd take the bus to MK and then boat to WL, and we find that too time-consuming.

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Nope - just the bakery and Akershus for breakfast in Norway! (Or at least that's according to the CM stationed on the bridge to France last Sunday morning!) When you enter through the International Gateway, you walk through UK and Canada to get to Future World, but nothing is open in those areas until 11am.

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Thank you, BCV23! Hope all is well! I'm going to follow that link you posted and learn more about Aulani - seriously considering it for a trip in the next few years!

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Thank you, Pixar Mom and Dee, for your insights on places to watch kids who are enjoying the Jib slide. I never would have thought of the need to keep an eye out while the kids make the climb to the slide entry -- very helpful to know. I was more focused on potential stranger interaction on the public walkway.

Based on your suggestions, I think I'll accompany our daughter and watch her make the climb for the first many rounds of slide fun and then if, and only if, all seems well, I may check out the view of the public walkway from the pergola side of the area above Hurricane Hanna's...with a lobster roll and Sunken Treasure in hand, of course. (Dee, if I'm looking at your pictures correctly, it looks like there are both gazebo and pergola sections to that upstairs area?)
Hamom, that sounds like a good plan! Our 6-year-old is a very active and energetic boy who is not very "safety aware" and sprints up the stairs to the slide, but I'm guessing your daughter might inspire more confidence! Have a great time and enjoy that Sunken Treasure!
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Grateful for power today, even though the winds continue to howl and blow around the 2 feet of snow. Total travel ban will have me catching up on this thread and the lovely pics from pixarmom. Dee, will be looking forward to your Atlantis report for further warm thoughts.
Hi tortoni! Sorry I missed your post at first. Hope you keep warm and think sunny thoughts of SAB!
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Hi AngeejoeHi deebeck! Honestly, we wouldn't travel from BC to WL for Whispering Canyon. We'll venture over to the MK area to eat if it's California Grill, Be Our Guest or Kona. Maybe Artist Point (I do love the Territory Lounge!) There are just so many great dining options in and around the Epcot area, including Le Cellier, Yachtsman, Bluezoo and Il Mulino. If you're looking for non-signature, we highly recommend Kouzzina, Via Napoli and San Angel Inn. And Garden Grill is a ton of fun if you are looking for character dining.

If you decide to go over to WL for dinner, I recommend a cab. If we were taking Disney transport from BC to WL, we'd take the bus to MK and then boat to WL, and we find that too time-consuming.
You know what? I was actually thinking of Artist Point when responding to that one. I haven't eaten at Whispering Canyon.
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