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Old 01-23-2014, 11:54 PM   #691
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Garden Grocer?

We are arriving on 1/30 for two nights than moving over to POLY for three more days. Wanted to order some water, juice, fruit and yogurt from Garden Grocer but wondering what their service charge would be for a small order. If they are delivering multiple orders to the POP at the same time does everyone pay the same high service charge?
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Old 01-24-2014, 12:40 PM   #692
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We usually have the little one with us but we are going the end of Feb. for my birthday, just the dh and myself. I was wondering since it's winter would the Petals bar still be open?
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Old 01-24-2014, 02:34 PM   #693
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Is it possible to fit a toddler sized cot (60"x26") in the sink area? What about a pack n play?
Has anyone tried either?
My son sleeps so much better when he has his own "area" and I was thinking it would be really nice to be able to close the curtain and let him have his own "room".

Thanks!
I've tried searching a ton of different key words and can't find the answer. :/
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Old 01-24-2014, 02:46 PM   #694
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The sink area is small. I would suggest a pack and play maybe by the table
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Old 01-24-2014, 08:42 PM   #696
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Is it possible to fit a toddler sized cot (60"x26") in the sink area? What about a pack n play?
Has anyone tried either?
My son sleeps so much better when he has his own "area" and I was thinking it would be really nice to be able to close the curtain and let him have his own "room".

Thanks!
I've tried searching a ton of different key words and can't find the answer. :/
I do remember reading that someone put a pack & play in that area for the same reason you would like to do it. If he's a light sleeper, that might not be a good location for him though as he'll be able to hear the "bathroom noise" from not only your room but also the rooms around you.

Would an inflatable toddler bed tent work for him? That way he'd have his own space but you could put it anywhere in the room. Just a thought...
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I do remember reading that someone put a pack & play in that area for the same reason you would like to do it. If he's a light sleeper, that might not be a good location for him though as he'll be able to hear the "bathroom noise" from not only your room but also the rooms around you.

Would an inflatable toddler bed tent work for him? That way he'd have his own space but you could put it anywhere in the room. Just a thought...
You did!?? Yay! He's a great sleeper actually and we use white noise so that would block out the bathroom noises mostly. The problem is he usually stirs around 5 or 6am, he goes right back to sleep if he can't see us/is in his room, but when he's in the room with us he pops up and wants to party. LOL So him being in the sink area could get me another 2 hours of sleep! and 2 hrs is a lot! LOL

A toddler bed tent? Hmmm...I'll go googling! Thanks for the tip! Never even heard of one before!
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Is it possible to fit a toddler sized cot (60"x26") in the sink area? What about a pack n play?
Has anyone tried either?
My son sleeps so much better when he has his own "area" and I was thinking it would be really nice to be able to close the curtain and let him have his own "room".
My daughter uses the pack & play behind the curtain. She puts it in the corner right under the safe. It has worked well for my youngest two granddaughters over the past several years. She had always put the pack & play out in the room with the oldest granddaughter, but for the very reason you stated - the second one liked to be put away in the dark and left alone to just go to sleep on her own - she started putting it over in the sink area. She has just continued to do that with #3.
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Headed to POP mid March So excited to finally have it paid off We have never been to POP but will be celebrating our daughters 6th birthday and 5th Forever Family day. Any suggestions to make our trip more fun and enjoy the resort more would be appreciated.
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My daughter uses the pack & play behind the curtain. She puts it in the corner right under the safe. It has worked well for my youngest two granddaughters over the past several years. She had always put the pack & play out in the room with the oldest granddaughter, but for the very reason you stated - the second one liked to be put away in the dark and left alone to just go to sleep on her own - she started putting it over in the sink area. She has just continued to do that with #3.
Thank you so much!! Yay!!! That's one concern to check off the list! Woohoo!!
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Good Evening!! I just wanted to stop by and share my thoughts on POP from our January trip. We traveled from 1/5 to 1/12 in a total party of 7 with 3 rooms.

We were very lucky to get the 50's section on the side closest to the resort hub. We also were VERY lucky to have our rooms right in a row! We were very impressed by Pop's accommodations on this. We had requested 1) To be close first, 2) Near elevator and 3) King Size Beds for 2 of the rooms. The only thing we didn't get was a king size bed for the one room. But that was ok, we got everything else!

I must say, after staying at the All Star resorts I was much more impressed with Pop. It was great that it had its own bus system which we never had to wait more then 10 mins for. We were so lucky to also have great housekeeping which I have had issues with in the past.

The rooms were clean and the food was great! We were told that Pop was almost 100% sold out and we didn't have any issues at all due to this. It was an excellent trip!

Here are some pictures from our great trip!















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Good Evening!! I just wanted to stop by and share my thoughts on POP from our January trip. We traveled from 1/5 to 1/12 in a total party of 7 with 3 rooms.

We were very lucky to get the 50's section on the side closest to the resort hub. We also were VERY lucky to have our rooms right in a row! We were very impressed by Pop's accommodations on this. We had requested 1) To be close first, 2) Near elevator and 3) King Size Beds for 2 of the rooms. The only thing we didn't get was a king size bed for the one room. But that was ok, we got everything else!

I must say, after staying at the All Star resorts I was much more impressed with Pop. It was great that it had its own bus system which we never had to wait more then 10 mins for. We were so lucky to also have great housekeeping which I have had issues with in the past.

The rooms were clean and the food was great! We were told that Pop was almost 100% sold out and we didn't have any issues at all due to this. It was an excellent trip!

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Thanks for the review. I'm thinking of trying POP in July. Have stayed at AS Sports and Music but curious about POP. I think you sold me!
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Thanks for the review. I'm thinking of trying POP in July. Have stayed at AS Sports and Music but curious about POP. I think you sold me!
I love POP! We're going in May for our third stay there. Next to the Poly, its my favorite resort.
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Just booked my May trip to see the Flower and Garden at EPCOT. Was just at Pop Century the first week in Dec and loved it. Great resort; fortunately I'm able to go back so soon. I think I've got withdrawal symptoms...LOL
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