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  1. sndral

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    Is yesterday recent enough? Nothing to write home about food wise, I had eggs and bacon, but I found it very convenient for grabbing breakfast before the DME pickup. Having checked the luggage w/ RAC and knowing that the carry on was a few steps away @ Bell services was a stress free way to get some food before starting the long haul home. The servers were very nice, as well.
     
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  3. pixarmom

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    Dee, Missy, sndral, thank you!!! We saw emmysmommy's review and that sold our youngest on the spot - he saw the Mickey waffles and loves what he calls "choose your own breakfast." (That's known as a buffet to the rest of the world!) Sndral, so funny that you did exactly what we're planning just yesterday - convenient, getting kids fed before the flight, friendly service - sounds like it's just what we need. And Missy, great photos once again - you and Franklin can even make a bowl of rice krispies look really good! Will share that Mickey waffle photo with our youngest - he'll love it! :)
     
  4. GraceMonica

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    Since sleep hasn't been an option with me lately, I found myself reading the front of the thread over again! There are some things I've forgotten about that I get excited for all over again! 89 days until my first (and hopefully not last) stay at BC!
     
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  6. castoral

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    I could be going crazy, but wasn't there a menu of sorts for the beach club club level? I swear it listed the twigs light hour hot appetizers by day....like Sundays are meatballs and com queso with chips. Example, but I swear I saw that somewhere.
     
  7. natebenma

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    I don't think I have seen anything like that posted on this thread.

    I wonder if there is something on the Concierge Thread- I haven't been over there for quite some time, but that might be a place to look.

    Again, if anyone does run across a menu listing for club level, I would love to see, and post it!
     
  8. pamkat1820

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    I said the same thing about the CL menu. But no matter how hard I search I can't find a picture of the menu anywhere. WL has tons of menu pics for each day. I just want to make sure it worth the extra $$ for the 4 of us. Oh well
     
  9. pamkat1820

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    I have checked the CL thread at least most of it. So far I haven't seen any pics yet. If we do decide to stay CL in August I promise I will take pics of menus and the selections daily and email them too you.
     
  10. castoral

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    Maybe I'm getting it mixed up with one of the other resorts I was originally considering (since WL was one of them). I'm 99% sure we're going to upgrade to CL for our trip in February, so assuming we do, I'll take pics/post the menu for each day, assuming its not just totally random. We'll be there 8 nights so hopefully I pick up on some type of pattern. If not, no biggie...just thought it would be nice to know.
     
  11. Mousemommy1

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    Alright, alright...if you all want to pool together to upgrade my stay to CL, I'd be glad to go ahead and get you the food photos...I'll sacrifice... :lmao:
     
  12. natebenma

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    Right after everyone pitches in so I can stay in every room of the resort and document the bedding situation (King, two queens, daybed) and view description.

    And I might as well check out the club level appetizer situation as long as I'm there....
     
  13. Ricguz

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    Just came back from Beach Club CL 5 days. The breakfast was the same every day. Oatmeal, hard boiled eggs, pastries, fruit, juice, coffee, tea, cereal. Snacks were cookies m, homemade potato chips soda. Dinner time lobster or crab salad, choices on any given day of chicken teriyaki, pot stickers, spring rolls, etc. salads beer or wine, Late night cordials pastries. Just enough to take the edge off. Rooms were fine, clean. One say I needed to call to get the room made at 5 pm. We were out all day. Ate at vin Napoli fantastic pizza, captain's grill very nice , cape may breakfast and dinner nothing fantastic but ok. Candlelight procession wonderful, mickeys Christmas party was crowded but nice to be at. Osborne lights was a dud
     
  14. Sue M

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    Can't wait for our August trip :goodvibes

    Thanks for the TR. I think I'll put a room request to be close to lobby. My left knee is falling apart!

    Yum!!

    Lobster omelettes ? That's all I need to know! Def. having a breakfast there during our August trip!
     
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    Yay! Am I the only one that loves the new door locks? So easy especially when your hands are full. I was a bit surprised that there was no explanation at checkin though.

    Another fan of breakfast at Captain's Grille.
     
  16. ekmom

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    I posted this on the dining reservations sub-board but have gotten no responses, so I thought I'd try here.

    We'll be staying at YC March 1 - 9. Most mornings we'll probably just grab and go for breakfast but if we decide we feel like a more substantial meal will it be a problem to walk into Captain's Grille without an ADR?

    How about at dinner time? Does it get booked up?

    Thanks! We're so excited about our first ever deluxe stay!
     
  17. TeenaS

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    Just depends on occupancy. Sometimes it's easy to walk in for breakfast and dinner and sometimes you cannot get in without a reservation. Sorry ... this doesn't help you much.
     
  18. ekmom

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    Thanks for your quick reply, I should have asked here first. I guess we'll have to play it by ear. We will know the night before what we want to do, so perhaps we can check for an ADR then.
     
  19. TeenaS

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    Perfect.
     
  20. jasec2

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    We will be at BC tonight! Can't wait!:cool1:
     
  21. natebenma

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    Lucky you!!! Have a fantastic trip!

    :cool1:
     
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