And these are the {Resort} Changes of our Lives ~In Memory of JungleCruiser <3

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  1. jennyjinx3

    jennyjinx3 DIS Veteran

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    Wookie: That is why I have a wee bit of a problem with AoA. The pool doesn't thrill me, and after having just the slide at the Polynesian, and now SAB in May, I don't know about AoA for November anymore. We will have to see too. :confused:
     
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  3. Mousemommy1

    Mousemommy1 DIS Veteran

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    Step away from the computer! :rotfl2:

    I was going to tease you with a picture of the cheddar soup and a pretzel bread hanging out of it, but luckily for you, that picture is not on my iPad.

    ETA: just kidding, I did find it, hahahahahaha...not the best pics though.

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  4. DetTigsGal

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    We are going to LC for lunch in June, my new meal has become the cheddar cheese soup or Mac and cheese :)
     
  5. Mousemommy1

    Mousemommy1 DIS Veteran

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    The soup is sooooooo good! :goodvibes

    But, I also get the ribeye meal. Believe it or not, I have not had the famous filet (because I despise mushrooms) but the ribeye is AMAZING if you like steak! :thumbsup2
     
  6. letthewookiewin

    letthewookiewin <font color=blue>"That's 'cause droids don't pull

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    I need to, but then I couldn't watch 2 Broke Girls.

    I NEED WONKA VISION!! It's an amazing picture!! I want to lick the screen.

    My oldest DS brought me two York Peppermint patties.
     
  7. DetTigsGal

    DetTigsGal DIS Veteran

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    We we would do the dining plan, I would get a whole meal...but then be miserable. When we were there over Thanksgiving , I made the decision from now on to do the soup or Mac and cheese :) I used to get the Filet with the mashed potatoes
     
  8. babyberger

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    Sorry I missed all the conversations yesterday, I was busy with laundry and packing :) I have so many bags, it's comical! Between drinks, snacks, coffee pot, kids backpacks, and suitcases it looks like we could be moving in for a month, lol!!!

    Hope everyone has a great day!!!
    Melissa

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  9. padawans

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    BB Have a great trip.

    MISS My inlaws and my own family in Calilfornia leave me frazzled. The ones in Chicago just leave me a 2 week hangover. I love your cone picture. Doggie was not good. He got his cone off the first night, opened his wound. Another day at the vet and a 220.00 vet bill. Very bad doggie.

    MomaRosa We will be leaving our new 2 year old fur baby for 2 weeks in a kennel. I know it's hard to do, but they should be fine. I would stick with the longer trip. I love CSR.

    PAS I know Club level is such a waste of money. Why am I booked CL?:confused3 I love breakfast, but despise the CL breakfasts. I'm really not a fan of stale danishes, bagels, or cereal. I do like the apps, the wine, and oh there is nothing like that Poly punch.


    Oh by the way I take back everything said about paying a room only online. They have it set up for it, but it wouldn't take my CC info.

    I cancelled my other interline reservation. :faint: I'm waiting for my 2400 to be refunded now. I am booked 10 nights at Yc SV CL with the BB. Not quite as good as discount it's 5% less, but I have so much freedom. :cool1:Ap discounts are good at some resorts. Should I split?:hyper: Three months is an eternity for me. I'm a person who will change resorts in the rental car leaving MCO.

    I have done everything there is to do at WDW. I'm not sure how to make this interesting. The one thing we have not done is spend 10 days in the Epcot area. I'm also considering Busch Gardens and SeaWorld instead of Universal. Do I really need CL level? :badpc:
     
  10. pas130

    pas130 Always missing Florida....

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    May :thumbsup2 Although early November :rolleyes2 janet and I MAY be there :goodvibes

    It's SO nice there ::yes::

    :hug: My ying or yang...voice of reason

    I need a new bag too..but my WDW deposit WAY more important :lmao: Maybe leave your parents home and take Janet and Sam :thumbsup2

    Thanks Ginny!!!! :goodvibes

    The Cabins are really cute...quiet. Living room to chill out...and money saved is always good!!! Save CR for after the refurb!!! What would I do....constantly obsess and change 2-3 times daily I suppose :rolleyes2

    :hug: We can help pass the time ::yes::
    Of course!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    :)

    Several RCers just came back from POR...and loved it!!

    If only there were a slide :rolleyes2

    :wave2:Have a wonderful visit Melissa!!!!!!



    I know...the Poly punch...I could buy a lot of Island Sunsets though....

    So 10 nights no split....mmmm...you'll want a split....keep Universal...I like Seaworld but you can get the shuttle from the hotel for a day trip!!!
     
  11. letthewookiewin

    letthewookiewin <font color=blue>"That's 'cause droids don't pull

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    It really is!!


    I have decided how to pick a resort. Between now and September, I'll have JM build a time machine. Then come September, we'll stay at AoA, go back in time, stay at WL, go back in time and stay at YC/BC, go back in time one last time. Which ever resort we like best, we'll stay at again. :lmao:

    oooo, or JM to could a holodeck like they have on Star Trek starships. Then I could do a stay at each resort using the holo deck and decide which one to stay at.

    Other than that, I have no idea how to finally decide. Maybe we'll do a big family vote on it.
     
  12. padawans

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    If I could get 10 nights GV at YC that's is what I would do. All that is available at YC or BC is CL. I could live without Cl at YC. It didn't have any WOW factor for me. Poly and WL on the other hand...lets just say I don't want to say at either place without CL. :cloud9: I don't think I want to do a split unless I do CL. I don't want to have to pack up all the drinks snacks, beer etc. I can't do Universal and SeaWorld...too expensive. DL at Christmas was a budget killer for this trip.

    My perfect trip would CL at Universal and GV at YC. That would also be very affordable. I don't think I can make that happen without switching dates. I am considering a CSR/YC cl split. I think going from RPR to CSR might be a bit of a downer. Not a clue what I am going to do. At least I have the freedom to change things 800 times over the next 12 weeks.
     
  13. letthewookiewin

    letthewookiewin <font color=blue>"That's 'cause droids don't pull

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    I swear, the internet is a cruel and evil woman. I started looking at pictures of BC/YC. It wasn't bad enough I had a little WL fairy on one shoulder whispering in my ear that we have to stay there or I'll regret it, and an AoA fairy on the other one whispering the same about the AoA. Now this little BC/YC fairy is whisper the same thing about those resorts and that we should try something new and SAB is like a free water park.

    Well now I'm having the opposite problem with my blood pressure. The bottom number is staying in the 60's with the odd 76 or 59 thrown in. I'm going to have to make another appt and go in and see the doctor before he talk about changing up my meds. I'm not sure if he needs to or if I really need to see him. The inlaws just have me freaked about it being "so low".
     
  14. Grumpy Grandma

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    Jeanette & Janet this mama is very confused .... August, early Nov and Dec???? :confused3
     
  15. padawans

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    Don't worry about your diastolic number. Those numbers are fine. The systolic number is really the only one you need to worry about. If it drops below 90 you may need to have your meds adjusted. My BP runs about 95/50. I wouldn't see your doctor unless you are having side effects from the meds or any you have any other concerns.

    I would try SAB.
     
  16. Missoutandabout

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    Wanted to write a quick one to my favourite ladies! :goodvibes :grouphug:

    Dani: You are such a good daughter! :worship:

    Janet: Would Sam still stick with band if she gave up on the Marching Band? (Would that just be orchestra at that point?)

    DetTigsGal: Congrats to your DS!

    Ginny: Another storm headed our way. :eek: :lmao: about Disney IT, just add some Mountain Dew to that and I bet you're right on the money.

    I_Heart: We'll help you while away the time. :hug:

    Jen: I was laughing at your previous camping exploits. :lmao: :hug: It sounds like fun and I hope it IS fun for you guys this time.

    Candace: Posting that pic... killing me. Must go get dinner going. :scared:

    Padawans: Bad doggy, indeed! :sad2: Was it one of those hard plastic cones? We wound up having to buy one of the soft ones that attach to the collar for our pooch, slippery beast she is. Reading about Universal has my curiosity piqued (again). All of the Universal hotels are walking distance, is that right? :scratchin

    Wookie: BC... BbbbbbbbbCCCCcccc (or YC). :rolleyes1

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    Okay, I'm outta here... for some reason I'm suddenly ravenous. :confused3 :rolleyes:
     
  17. pumba

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    I wish I lived in Florida right about now...
    Tonight the temps will be in the subzero range and then ...we are in for up to two feet of the dreaded white stuff...I hate winters in Maine...

    But the good news is we are slowing getting closer and closer to going to Disney...My hubby was looking at Riverside again...please...NO NOT AGAIN...:confused3
     
  18. i_heart_the_mouse

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    Thanks for all of your support girls :hug:

    So at the moment I'm waiting at the dentists office. DD managed to chip one of my teeth with a fork when I was letting her "feed" me. :(

    Kook - FWC will never be high on my list. They were cute and it was very serene there, but it did not feel resort-y enough for me. Good luck with your decision.

    Wookie - Another vote for SAB!!!

    Babyberger - I know I'm too late but have a great trip!

    My news of the day is that I caved and booked a F&G quickie trip. Dates are 4/22 - 4/26 and airfare is already locked in. We are at YC CL at the mo. I think I'm obsessed with that place. I guess I will need to change the summer trip to a split for sure now.

    Am I overlapping anybody? I know there are a lot of RCers doing Spring.

    Talk to you all later :wave:
     
  19. Mousemommy1

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    ME, ME, ME!!!!!!!!!!!!! :yay:

    We are YC CL from 4/18-4/28!!!!!
     
  20. letthewookiewin

    letthewookiewin <font color=blue>"That's 'cause droids don't pull

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    My first SAB thought was the BC, but then I read somewhere that not all of the balconies are full balconies. Some of them are "Juliet" standing ones. If I'm paying that kind of money for a room, it better have a full balcony (which is the main reason I couldn't stay at the Poly).

    I showed Joey pics of rooms and the pools at AoA, WL, rooms at YC, then SAB. I didn't even get to show him BC rooms (which was next after SAB). As soon as he saw SAB, he said, "there, I want to stay there. I don't care how girly the rooms are."


    I'm just the opposite, but then I ate like a pig today. For lunch, I ate a small stuffed chicken breast that had cheese and broccoli. This is after having a small tub of guacamole with chips for breakfast. Plus my fil blew up at my mil as I was making dinner. That always makes me sick to my tummy. My DH and Joey got very angry at me for not eating, but I just couldn't.

    I would probably hate Winters if I had them like that too.


    :grouphug: To you as well.


    That's where Joey, the oldest DS, wants to be as well. I showed JM picks last night, but I honestly can't remember what he said.

    Have a great night!!
     
  21. babyberger

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    Wookie - if you want to make sure you get a full balcony you can book at YC. BC and YC share SAB :)

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