My Reservations for up coming WDW Trip Using the Dining Plan

Discussion in 'Disney Dining Plan' started by lhuggi1, Aug 20, 2007.

  1. lhuggi1

    lhuggi1 There's A Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow Starting At

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    Day 1: Concourse Steakhouse - Contemporary
    Day 2: Maya Grill - Coronado Springs
    Day 3: 1900 Park Fare - Grand Floridian
    Day 4: Whispering Canyon - Wilderness Lodge
    Day 5: Cape May Cafe - Beach Club
    Day 6: Tony's Town Square - Magic Kingdom
    Day 7: Planet Hollywood - Downtown Disney

    Using for the first time Disney's Dining Plan
    Do you have and tips or ideas? please let me know
     
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  3. MickeyNicki

    MickeyNicki It is pretty darn sad when a valet picks you out a

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    You will love Cape May, it is our favorite for breakfast and dinner
     
  4. lhuggi1

    lhuggi1 There's A Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow Starting At

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    I have no idea what I am gonna do, after reading all the post and pic of all the food I am soooo confused whether or not to keep my ADR or change some of them plus I think I should add some Breakfast but I just have no idea where .....Urgh the joys of a first time DDP user and being restricted to 7 days LOL


    HELP ME lol
     
  5. familyS

    familyS DIS Veteran

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    You only have one meal planned for in a park. So for all the others you need to consider travel time, too. Check out travel times at this site: http://www.ourlaughingplace.com/asp/twiz.aspx it can give you an idea of how long it will take you to get to and from the various resorts.

    Personally, we typically only eat out of the parks on "rest" days. We might do a monorail resort on a MK day.

    If you are not returning to a park after your resort dinners, it might not be too bad. Without knowing where you are staying and your park schedule, it is hard to comment. :confused3

    Hope this helps a little.
     
  6. The Bell of Tinker

    The Bell of Tinker Earning My Ears

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    Are children coming along? If so, what are the ages? You might want to consider having more meals in the parks. We personally choose to not use the DP for breakfast because we aren't big breakfast people and well we're cheap. Hard to justify that much money for fruit and danishes. (I know they have more than that, but still):banana:
     
  7. lhuggi1

    lhuggi1 There's A Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow Starting At

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    Sorry! No Kids all Adults ages 58,58,& 28 basically me and mom and dad
    were going cause dad is ill and just want to have some fun times!!!

    We aren't gonna use DP for breakfast either as seems silly as breakfast will most likely be cheapest meal of day

    Tried to get more meals in park but the places we wanted were booked

    We are staying at Coronado Springs Resort

    P.S Our laughing place travel time is great tip !!!

    I appreciate all the DIS'ers giving me great advice what a great family you have here I am glad I have joined!
     
  8. PrincessTrisha

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    things that come to mind - onion rings / lobster bisque / steak

    Never eaten here but I've heard not so great things about service.

    I am assuming dinner - before or after the rehab?

    Ribs are a favourite here along with the pasta dish.

    After dinner, you could either stroll over or take the boat over to the boardwalk area for a little entertainment.

    Steak - good
    Butternut squash soup (soup of the day if they have it) - the best

    Love it, love it, love it - loud yes, fun of course. LA Lasagna is fantastic.
     

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