April 29, 2012 ~ Aloha! ~ Inagural Wonder to Hawaii-Part 4

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  1. Lexa

    Lexa DIS Veteran

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    I didn't have ankle injury, but I had knew surgery at the end of December. I know all too well how is it with Non~Weight bearing situation and to little kids in the house. I'm off the crutches now, getting stronger every day and I'm sure I'll be fine at the time for the cruise.

    Quick healing Robin and disneygal0614.
     
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  3. disneycruisegal

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    Holy Smoke, part 4!

    A big handful of pixie dust to all of our injured/recovering cruisemates.

    DisFam82, welcome aboard.

    So Alan, how was the MK all nighter? It sounds like it would be so much fun.
     
  4. disneygal0614

    disneygal0614 Earning My Ears

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    Payment for scrapbooking class via paypal this morning.
     
  5. Happy Goofy

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    Found my way over to this thread. What is the story about no more Mickey Bars? I heard the alternative is some type of ice cream sandwich that is not very good.
     
  6. Fivepin

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    Looking for some advice from DL experts. We get in early evening on the 27th, so we really only have one full day before the cruise and haven't been to Disneyland or California Adventure. Where should we go-Disneyland or California Adventure or are they both doable in one day. Looking into dining options for that night as well. We are staying at VGC. Thanks everyone.
     
  7. JenDen

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    Found the thread

    JenDen, formerly, dennisgirl and cathlabdude
     
  8. castoff

    castoff <font color=green>Something <i>Wonder</i>ful is ab

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    Well that's weird. :confused3 Just so you know it wasn't me. :rotfl2:



    Thanks for the mention of this Linda. Since I am one of the seperate FE. I know it can be confusing.


    :grouphug: Sent you a PM.
     
  9. JLSE50

    JLSE50 DIS Veteran ** I am a post menopausal woman--my br

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    Ask for clarification. You are the hostess so if someone is trying to "help" that needs to be straightened out :thumbsup2
     
  10. castoff

    castoff <font color=green>Something <i>Wonder</i>ful is ab

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    Welcome Aboard !

    Just a rumor though right ? I am hoping it's just a supply issue that will be resolved by the time we cruise.



    That just stinks ! Hope you have a speddy recovery ! Sending :wizard: to both.
     
  11. castoff

    castoff <font color=green>Something <i>Wonder</i>ful is ab

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    Happy Birthday Alan ! Hope you have a great day !



    My b-day is next month. Guess where I will be on my b-day ? :woohoo::banana::dance3: Feels so good to say next month I will be on my way to Hawaii !!!! :cheer2::cheer2:
     
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    Thekoeppens Earned My Ears and Loved It

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    Found the thread
     
  13. JLSE50

    JLSE50 DIS Veteran ** I am a post menopausal woman--my br

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    Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating!

    And
    YES :banana: it is indeed good to know that next month I will be cruising
    :yay:
     
  14. mishoe01

    mishoe01 Addicted to DCL but no need for an intervention

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    I can get you a set (if no one else has already volunteered)
     
  15. MrsMork

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    That is what some are saying, others are saying it is a make us healthier thing. :mad: I have sent DCL an email asking them to clarify. We will see.popcorn::

    Lots of Pixie Dust for you!

    Wow, hard question. Depends on the hours at the parks that day. If they are open early morning until midnight or so, you could do both parks. DL early over to CA for a few hours in the afternoon and then back to DL until close. It really is way easier to get from one park to the other than at WDW. BUT, if the parks close at 10 then I would just do DL. It has the magic of Walt's touch that you won't find at any other park. I would try to see/do the things that are not at MK.
     
  16. JLSE50

    JLSE50 DIS Veteran ** I am a post menopausal woman--my br

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    :sail: ?? FABRIC ?? :sail:

    If anyone has any reasonable sized scraps of the DIS Cruise fabric that you do not have a job for, I might be interested it purchasing it. Please PM me so we can discuss size, shape, and cost.

    Thanks!
    Jan
     
  17. valbob89

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    Yes, I agree you should not just assume it is ok. They have new people working in Special Requests and we had major issues with our October events.

    Alan and anyone else annoyed - I apologize if my posting offers to order tee-shirts with images and the banner images seemed to monopolize the boards. It won't happen again.
     
  18. Evenean

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    I may not be the best person to answer this, since I've only been to DL a few times and I'm biased towards WDW. ^_^

    You might be able to get both done in a day if you skip some of the rides that you can get at either park (DL or WDW). Maybe it is just me but I didn't think that either park was that big.

    If you only pick one, personally I would go to Disneyland because it has the majority of my favorite rides and some that are different from WDW. Go Matterhorn!
    California Adventure was okay, though, if you love Soarin' make sure you go because the wait never seems to be as long at DL as it is at WDW. Maybe because they are in California? ;)

    They also have a nice setup with their Downtown Disney area. It's compact and has plenty of food choices and places to shop!


    Just my two cents and a hair clip on the matter.
     
  19. gdaneowner

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    I don't see the issue with this. I think it is great and very nice of you to offer your time and resources to do this!.. I have toyed with the idea of order a few, but just have been lazy about deciding which ones. I haven't seen that is has been an issue with most people on this thread. I say continue to post! :cheer2:
     
  20. kmitchel

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    I appreciated your help and offers that you posted! I certainly hope Alan wan't implying that he was "annoyed" about your post. :goodvibes
     
  21. TDC Nala

    TDC Nala <font color=red>1937, what a year that was<br><fon Moderator

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    Don't berate Disney too much for the Mickey bars, the supplier is unable to keep them supplied at this time. As for the ice cream sandwiches being not very good, I prefer them to the Mickey bars personally. But there's no way on earth that they are healthier, so the "healther" thing is probably crap.

    DO NOT skip Pirates of the Caribbean or Space Mountain. They are NOT the same in both parks. I would also recommend not skipping the Haunted Mansion. Tower of Terror, I could skip that, I don't like the one-shaft mechanism at DL.
     
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