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Old 03-08-2013, 12:01 PM   #526
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Hey all! I'm less than an hour away from Disney!!! I'm so excited! First stop is POP and then Sunday I'll be at the beach club!

We were planning on stopping and staying in a hotel overnight...but we were all too excited so we drove through the night!

Yesterday I stretched a back muscle and could hardly move....after 16 hours with an icy hot patch on, I'm almost back to normal! Also, my cold isn't as strong as I thought it was going to be!

Everything seems to be falling into place! We should get to Disney by 10:30 and if we hit traffic, then maybe closer to 12! We still don't know what we're going to do first! I can't start drinking until Sunday, so maybe I'll start snacking on stuff!
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I'm very excited to be making this post......

For months now we've been booked at POR from 4/12-4/21. After a 2nd great stay at BWI and an amazing first stay at BC last August, I was disappointed to not be able to stay somewhere on the Epcot loop again. Now dont' get me wrong, I'm thrilled to be in WDW in the first place and am excited to be there with my DP and his family (brother, sister-in-law and 9 year-old nephew). I'm truly blessed.

Now...that said....

I was scanning the AP rates and noticing that the room we're booked in at POR, truly isn't much cheaper than a deluxe stay, so I started looking at WL, but alas, they only have very expensive rooms left available. As an alternate offer, the website offered me a very reasonably priced room at YC, but DP and I really wanted to do BC, but BC also for our time frame only had very expensive availability. It took some coaxing....ok and some wine , but I worked my magic on DP...and now...drumroll please....

We'll be at YACHT CLUB for our last 3 nights in a standard, GV room. Dee? Please add us to the list!

DP's family leaves early Friday morning, and we'll get to have a nice Epcot dinner with them on Thursday night, say our good-byes, and then we'll have YC and the Flower/Garden show to ourselves until Sunday night.

Gosh, this trip was a 10 to begin with...it just skyrocketed to about a 14!

Teena..we'll be seeing you in about 5 1/2 weeks!

Just wanted to share my good news!


It will be my pleasure to add you to the list.

April 18-21?

Although the Beach Club has a special place in my heart, too, I would not hesitate for a moment staying at the Yacht Club.



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We are traveling to the YC in Dec with DH, DD and her boyfriend. I have already told DD and BF the times that I want to leave for breakfasts and that if she isn't up and ready that we will meet them at the park.
I don't want to have to deal with the drama of why we have to be there so early for rope drop.

I will repeat this message often over the next several months!!!!

Ninja Mom loved you report!!!!!!
That sounds like an awesome plan to avoid frustration on everyones part.

Fortunately, I am part of a family of early risers. That will serve us well this summer as we visit Harrypotterland at 7 am on three mornings and the Disney parks at 8 am.
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It will be my pleasure to add you to the list.

April 18-21?

Although the Beach Club has a special place in my heart, too, I would not hesitate for a moment staying at the Yacht Club.
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Yes Dee! April 18-21. And same here. Though our choice would have been BC, the availability gods didn't cooperate but we're more than excited to try YC. Seriously, anywhere on the loop, (BC, YC, BWI, S&D), makes me happy.

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When last I left her, my SIL was talking about coming back at Spring break one year. My Dad said "If you liked the (non) crowds on this trip you're going to LOVE the crowds then".
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Too funny! Thanks for the great trip report.

Your report reminds me of why when my sister and I tried to plan a trip together for our families - we discovered we would never see each other since our planning (or her lack thereof) would've never allowed us to be in the same place at the same time. We scratched that idea after awhile!
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It was more like MooOOOOOoooooOOOOOOoooooooooO !

I think natebenma should use this from now on when we have to move to a new thread!! This could be our new mascot
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I think natebenma should use this from now on when we have to move to a new thread!! This could be our new mascot
Duly noted!

For those of you who have a beef with this picture too bad!!!

I'll use it when it is time to MOOOOOOVVVE and remind everyone they better Hoof It if they want to get there in time.

I truly could do this until the cows come home, but I think I have milked it long enough!
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Since you asked ..... I'll give you the report on my trip which does contain a drop or two about the BC!

This was a family trip so the line up was us, my Dad and My brother, his wife and niece 3.5 and Nephew 6, who fundamentally refuse to comprehend why it's important to get to the parks at rope drop. SIL was 'disappointed' in the heavy crowds and long lines she experienced because she would finally get to the parks at 11 am. I discovered that you can tell some people what they need to know but it will only finally dawn on them as they are standing in line for an hour for a ride that you did 3 times in a row at rope drop.
PS the crowd levels this week were only a 5!

We arrived Sunday and sat around all afternoon waiting for SIL and brother and the kids to get back from their shopping trip. Then they decided that they wanted to go swimming so no parks for us and in we went to the POFQ pool.

Monday I managed to get everybody to DHS with dire warnings of long lines and missed attractions if we didn't get there at rope drop. We got FP for TSM 15 minutes before the park opened and the return time was already at 10:40 am. Note that we pulled these FP at 15 Mins BEFORE PARK OPENING!!! WE did all the kiddy stuff like the playhouse thing and the mermaid thing and the Sorcerer Mickey meet and then we had lunch at Hollywood and Vine and met Handy Manny, Jake and Sofia, all of whom I have no idea who they are but niece and nephew were thrilled.

WHOOP, WHOOP, WARNING!!! BEACH CLUB CONTENT, BEACH CLUB CONTENT.
After lunch pin trading fiend son, DH and I took the boat back to the Beach Club while every one else was on their own finding their way back to POFQ. I got in line at Hurricane Hannah's for a Sunkin treasure and we walked in via the Yacht Club so son could pin trade his way across the resort. We found Teena and gave her a big hug, chatted a little while and then let the other guests have at her. Son and I were making dog eyes at DH in an attempt to convince him to add on a night or two at the BC as resort days for one of the upcoming trips. So far no dice but we shall see!

We went back to POFQ for a rest and then hit Epcot at night for EMH and did Soaring, where one of my sons caught the golf ball and blew my 6 y.o. nephew's mind. Nephew was going back and forth between believing and not believing but what sealed the deal was when we asked the CM at the exit if we had to return the golf ball in case the golfer still needed it. With out missing a beat the CM said "No you caught it, you get to keep it" and nephew's jaw hit the floor once more. The whole way home he kept talking about how he could not believe DS caught the ball!

Tuesday the storm of the century was forecast with heavy down pours and wind gusts containing Dorothy and Toto. SIL and Brother dithered about what to do, but really, the plan turned out to be that they would dump the kids on us while they went OUTSIDE to run. So we couldn't go to the parks until they got back. All day they still kept NOT telling us when and where they wanted to go on the FAMILY trip. That night we went to Chef Mickey's where I got back at them by making them wear Chef's hats while we were at the restaurant. All of us looked really cute and I'm really glad I thought of the idea! we went to MK after that and split up. I watched the Fireworks and danced my cheeks off at the Tomorrowland dance party. Apparently my dancing was so special my family was instantly able to spot me in the crowd and good sense finally prevailed as they dragged me home.

Wednesday. FISHING TRIP!!!!! We booked a fishing trip through Disney recreation and let me tell you this was the highlight of the trip! We left via the Contemporary hotel to fish in Bay lake for large mouth bass. The trip was 2 hours with a guide and all of the equipment that was needed, including sodas and water. The guide showed us what to do and baited/removed from the fish our hooks and was an all around wonderful, fun guy. My Dad fishes all the time now that he is retired and he LOVED this trip. In 2 hours we caught 15 fish! Dad said that was a banner day and that even up in Canada, where he goes fishing, there is never that much action.

If you are thinking of going fishing definitely book this trip at WDW. It was action packed and no stress what so ever! I highly recommend it!
P.S. The fact that I caught the biggest fish (20 inches) in no way influences my report.
PPS. Ask for Dan from Ohio!

My niece had gone to Bibbidi bobbiddi so we went to Akershus that night for a Princess dinner. They Princesses spent so much time with her so that was really cool to see. IMHO Akershus is THE BEST Princess dinner and the food is fit for a king!

Thursday. By this point we had ditched doing the parks with SIL and Bro and hit AK at rope drop with my Dad. Dad is really into animals so we did the Safari, ran over to Everest where I learned that my 76 y.o. dad is still loving the coasters. Then we did bugs life, flights of wonder and found SIL and brother eating lunch at Yak/Yeti counter service. They got to the parks late but managed to get a FP for the safari. They rode Everest using the FP that we had gotten for ourselves but we gave to them since they were so late. SIL was complaining that she had to wait close to 40 minutes to get on the safari using FP. It was at this point my Dad joined the Greek chorus, singing the praises of rope drop and no lines.... to no avail! Some people will never get it.

Thursday night we had dinner at Garden grill. I was getting a little bored waiting for characters after we ate. I noticed that we were over the Buffalo scene in the Living with the Land ride so every time a boat would float by I started Mooing loudly hoping that the kids in the boat would think that Disney buffalo "Moo". If I must say so myself, I am quite the talented moo-er so the sound effect was probably very convincing. My family pretended not to know me but the people around us in the upper row of the restaurant realized what I was doing and showed their appreciation for my excellent mooing skills.

Wisely (and to prevent a homicide on my part) we split up after dinner and I convinced my dad and husband and pin trader fiend son to watch the fireworks with me. Dad, who has an aversion to the mass exodus after the fireworks was at first unwilling to stay for them so I tried to convince him that my moo-ing would part the crowds like the red sea and we would get a seat on the bus by the sheer fact that no one would want to sit next to the lady that was moo-ing. Dad wasn't buying this line of bull so I told him I had a better plan. At this point in the trip my Dad is catching on that I do know a thing or two about touring Disney so he followed me no questions asked. My husband however still needed it spelled out so I told him we would watch the FW in Japan up on the balcony, exit at the international gate, show Dad the Boardwalk area and take him on a tour of the Beach Club.... which is exactly what we did. Dad figured out that Beaches and Cream is an ice cream place and he has a sweet fang for the frozen concoctions so he treated us to a dining plan snack credit in the take out line. It was GREAT sitting at an outside table, soaking up the ambiance by Storm Along bay and eating ice cream with temperatures in the windy 50's. No really.... it was GREAT!!! We showed Dad the resort and bypassed the buses by taking a cab back to the resort. Thundering, exiting herds avoided!

Friday. At this point it was Dad, DH, the boys and me off to the parks and the rest of the bodies were back at the resort littering the beds. We did rope drop at MK and headed for the mountains. The boys wanted to do Space Mountain and unwisely the adults followed. At one point my back cracked so hard that it actually felt better, so I felt compelled to show my health insurance card upon exiting the ride and I asked where I could send the co-pay. Walking away from Space Mountain all the adults swore NEVER to ride that thing again, but with all of the brain damage suffered later on Rock and Roll roller coaster that was a promise that was quickly forgotten. We did the Jungle Cruise. My dad is in love with all of those corny jokes and tried to top the guide with his quips. Thankfully we were in the back of the boat so the guide never heard him. I have been caught in many of a corny joke and pun filled throw down with my Dad and needless to say it's not pretty. Some of the quips are really scrapping the bottom of the proverbial barrel, just like the ones on the Jungle Cruise ride! Then we did Big Thunder, Pirates, Big Thunder and Big Thunder AGAIN before heading over to the Haunted Mansion and Columbia Harbor House for lunch.

Friday night we hit the Biergarten for dinner and danced like fools to the 'Oom pah band. We then went over to Hollywood Studios for more coasters. SIL and Bro held us hostage trying to decide what they wanted to do just long enough for the first Fantasmic to let out and clog up the Tower of Terror and RnR coaster lines. Then they decided that they didn't want to do the coasters after all and they would do Muppets. (Thanks!) Keep in mind I'm holding my tongue the whole time.

Dad, Pin fiend and I went to RnR coaster and jumped in the single rider line where we waited about 20 mins for them to clear a bad car from the track. After that Dad had enough and ventured home on the buses by himself and Pin fiend went to Star tours while I went to my favorite, the Tower of Terror. Pin and I met up at the great movie ride and booked it back to RnR coaster for one more aneurysm before the park closed.

Saturday. I had wanted to do the countries in the international showcase so I said I was going to do this at 11 when the park opened in that area. SIL started talking about how she wanted to come so I told her that we had to leave at 10 am and that we would meet her there. Needless to say I didn't even bother knocking the next morning to see if she was awake (nope). I was kind of surprised when the only one that wanted to go was my DAD! Go Dad!!!! He and I were the last ones standing! We got there at 11, did the movie at Canada and peeped in England to see if Mary Poppins was awake. When she was no where to be seen we figured she was recovering after another late night, roof top rendezvous with Burt. Next we did the movie in France and had lunch at the new bakery, which was fabulous! I had the ham and cheese croissant and dad had the Croque Monsieur and we both had the chocolate mousse. I also remembered to bring my refillable mug so I could stash my Grand Marnier slushy in it and sip at my leisure. I got this one with my cell phone and I think the setting was on either food or landscape. (just kidding about the food setting but wouldn't that be useful to have on a cell phone?)

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Saturday night we had dinner at that insane asylum known as Rain Forest Crappe at Downtown Disney. OMG the noise levels alone were louder that sitting on top of a jet engine. I have this philosophy where everyone goes "Disney deaf" from the noise levels in the parks and hotels. The RFC blew what hearing I had left completely away. After dinner I did a little shopping where I was amazed to find a line of family members who FINALLY felt compelled to FOLLOW me just at the very time I needed them to get lost. I tried lingering in the girly sections but every time I turned around they were still there, rolling their eyes at me and asking if I was almost finished. I tried to ditch them at guest services but the line there was 1 person long for the first time in WDW history and my question was answered too quickly for them to get bored and leave. Finally in disgust I turned on them and said something to the effect that I had to buy feminine protection products and would they like to help? My Dad ran screaming from the store and the rest of them soon got the idea to back away slowly and leave me alone.

Sunday. We had packed the night before so we had plenty of time to lay in the bed and moan and groan about all the things that hurt and how full we were from the dining plan and how we were never, ever, EVER! going to ride Space Mountain again. The Magical DEpress was coming to drag us away (well... drag ME away) at lunch time so we had one more shot at the food court at POFQ Mmm, mmm! That muffeletta is some good eatin!

SIL and Bro were actually up early on this day so at least we didn't have to leave them behind as we danced through the TSA line. Southwest only lost 2 of our bags and we did get them back so that was... um something?

As for me I've been in a Disney Coma all week, riding Laundry Mountain and sniffing empty refillable mugs for the last fumes of that slushy. I know I'll be back again soon...... so as soon as I'm upright I'll start training for the next trip, this time with out too much family but with a lot of Darth Vader and Yoda. It's amazing how you have to beat your children out of bed to go shopping at DTD but they are the first in line to trash talk with Darth Vader.

When last I left her, my SIL was talking about coming back at Spring break one year. My Dad said "If you liked the (non) crowds on this trip you're going to LOVE the crowds then". I just slinked away saving my breath for American Idol. I think I'm going to perform "Chain of Fools".

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Ok folks.

Someone has to help us turn the udder cheek and mooo-ve on.
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Someone has to help us turn the udder cheek and mooo-ve on.
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Duly noted!

For those of you who have a beef with this picture too bad!!!

I'll use it when it is time to MOOOOOOVVVE and remind everyone they better Hoof It if they want to get there in time.

I truly could do this until the cows come home, but I think I have milked it long enough!
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Ok folks.

Someone has to help us turn the udder cheek and mooo-ve on.


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Has anyone here stayed in the club level? How was it? I'd love any details you have to offer.
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Has anyone here stayed in the club level? How was it? I'd love any details you have to offer.
I dug up a couple of posts from the previous version of this thread by Ninja Mom- she received a pixie dust upgrade to CL and here are her impressions as a newbie:

(Pages 31 and 35)


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That should give you a good place to start

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Has anyone here stayed in the club level? How was it? I'd love any details you have to offer.
We have done both with and without CL. We consider CL just icing on the cake. Cake is good without icing. Even better with it (sometime!).

We mostly do an early breakfast then off to a rope drop in the parks. It is so nice to come back in and grab a snack. My grandson loves their sugar cookies. Usually during the evening appetizers we are back in the parks. But we usually return for the desserts and cordials.

We don't usually look at it from a $$$$ perspective. More about being pampered (which we don't get a lot of in our 'regular' lives).
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Hi, it was suggested by another DIS'er that I post here.

This is probably THE oddest question I've posted in all my years on the DIS. We just did a wedding tour with my daughter and her fiance on March 5. The Beach Club is one of the reception venues we are looking at. Does anyone have a picture of the public restrooms off the lobby---over by Ariel's by any chance ? I know there has to be others like me that take pics of bathrooms and such while on vacation ? This would be the bathroom our wedding guests would use and just want to have a photo of it if possible.
Thank you for whoever might have taken a photo. I do have several public bathroom pics of resorts but not from the BC and I've been there twice since December !
PS: I did check the photo and links on page 1 and did not see a bathroom pic. Maybe even someone who is there now could take a pic for me ?? Please
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Once the obsession takes hold, it never lets go. At some point (approximately half way through your trip) you will stop obsessing about your current trip, and immediately switch over to obsessing about what you will do differently on your next trip.
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Ninja Mom - congrats on 500 posts. At 1,071 posts I feel I am twice as good as you, but I know that will not last for long. Keep up the good work and try to reach 1,000 posts by the end of the month please.

Thanks for the great trip report. My favourite phrase was "this line of bull".

Glad to hear you had a great trip.
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We might yet get back to BC this year. It's a long shot though. I'm still waiting to hear about the plan from somebody else.....



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Duly noted!

For those of you who have a beef with this picture too bad!!!

I'll use it when it is time to MOOOOOOVVVE and remind everyone they better Hoof It if they want to get there in time.

I truly could do this until the cows come home, but I think I have milked it long enough!
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