E-Coli changes vacation plans!

Discussion in 'Disney for Adults and Solo Travelers' started by RoseNJ, Jul 24, 2001.

  1. RoseNJ

    RoseNJ Mouseketeer

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    I posted my women's only vacation on this board a few weeks ago and boy, have my plans changed! Two weeks ago my mother-in-law was put into the hospital with an uncontrollable fever and kidney infection. It took a week of tests to figure out she had an e-coli infection. They let her come home this past Saturday on antibiotic treatment but she decided there was no way she could go to WDW a week later! She cancelled, her best friend cancelled, and then my sister-in-law decided that she should stay home with her mom too! That left me with a BWV reservation and non-refundable airline tickets. And no less, next Sat. is my birthday! Well, with a lot of hustling around we changed over tix to my DD and DS and now I will be posting over on the family board about my trip with the kids next week. Wish me luck!
    P.S. Anyone here ever go solo to Jellyrolls? I was thinking about doing that when I needed an evening break from the kids.:jester:
     
  2. spiceycat

    spiceycat dvc-blt,vwl,bwv

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    I am so sorry that you have had so many problems.

    I hope you have a happy trip anyway.
     
  3. nativetxn

    nativetxn <font color=teal>Moderator<br><font color=red>Hono Moderator

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    Thank goodness your mother is doing alright now. At least you didn't have to cancel the trip entirely.

    I haven't been to JellyRolls solo or otherwise. I hear that it's a fun place, though.

    Katholyn
     
  4. JolieKae

    JolieKae 98 WDWCP CM Tomorrowland

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    I went to Jellyrolls with some fellow CMs a few times and we always had a blast. One night, a bunch of us were there and most of our group decided to call it a night because they had to get up early for their monthly lifeguard re-test, and everybody decided to leave. Well, I decided I was having too much fun, so I stayed, so I guess you could technically say I was there solo. I was there for at least 2 more hours and I never felt self-conscious or out of place. I had a good time. You don't have to sit at a table at Jellyrolls, you can stand at the back, or sit on a stool.
     

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