***Official November 2013***

Discussion in 'Countdowns and Live Reports' started by FigmentChick, Aug 27, 2012.

  1. mrsap

    mrsap DW '86, '04, '05, '06, '10, '12, '13, '14, stb '15

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    Hope you get well soon!!

    Almost at the 200 days to go mark. It would be better if a zero was gone, but I'll take what I can get! Can't wait to start making ADR's next month! Anyone else spending Thanksgiving in Disney?!
     
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  3. 100acrewoodfan

    100acrewoodfan Earning My Ears

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    Hope you feel better soon FigmentChick!
     
  4. sjs314

    sjs314 "Laughter is timeless, imagination has no age, and

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    Feel better. It is a horrible year for allergies might that be your problem. I been having to use my Nebulizer nightly to help with all the excess mucus
     
  5. belias21

    belias21 DIS Dad's Club Member #717

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    Looks good... Hope you feel better! :goodvibes My wife has problems with her ears too (Meniere's) and anything that messes with them has her miserable.
     
  6. FigmentChick

    FigmentChick DIS Veteran

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    Thank you all so much!!! :goodvibes :thumbsup2 You guys are really awesome.

    Yes, sjs314, I think it's tied to my allergies and sinuses. I'm actually feeling more human today. I was taking Allegra and Zyrtec (one in the am and one in the pm), but they weren't helping so I went to my catch-all: Advil Cold & Sinus. It got the migraine down last night and today, although my throat still feels like sandpaper and I haven't had a soda in days, I am at least able to concentrate for longer than ten minutes at a time.

    I realized I forgot to include celebrations on my ADRs. UGH...head slap, please. And I've been trying to get through, but I'm getting the "all circuits are busy" theme. Must be all those people who want free dining.

    Hope everyone's day is going well.....
     
  7. HHMcG

    HHMcG Mouseketeer

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    I thought they could be added online?
    I forgot to add a celebration too. Well, I haven't decided which resturant to celebrate at yet.
    It is DS's 6th birthday a few weeks prior so he will get one celebratory meal at Disney. Like his sister and cousin did last trip. I can't decide which resturant to pick - CRT, BOG or Garden Grill. Thoughts?
     
  8. FigmentChick

    FigmentChick DIS Veteran

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    Hmmm..for a DS? I'd probably choose Garden Grill. Amy is celebrating her 14th birthday at Coral Reef. That's the only place she's really wanted to eat the last two trips and I keep telling her "next trip". Well, she's going to get her wish. And I'm going to get a mini cake (think tiny, two-tiered wedding cake) delivered from the Boardwalk Bakery. She's worth it!

    I was thinking about getting a Haunted Mansion cake with the red and black roses. She would love it, but I think it's just too big for all of us. And I don't want to carry it around after dinner (we're hoping to go on some rides).

    My hubby also turns 40 this year so I had his celebration notated and added to our other two reservations (Amy's celebration at Coral Reef is all her own). Hopefully, Donald Duck will take note at Tusker House (hubby's name is Donny.....you can all guess who his favorite character is).
     
  9. lindap1

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    I keep trying to decide about BOG, but the menu just isn't appealing enough for me :( I am thinking about CRT though for breakfast...can't go wrong with breakfast..right?:thumbsup2
     
  10. FigmentChick

    FigmentChick DIS Veteran

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    And here I thought I was the only one! lol I might try to ask if I can go in and look around since we don't want to eat lunch or dinner there. But we'll see. nI have found that breakfast everywhere in WDW is awesome!!!
     
  11. mstout

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    I have reservations at AoA LM Nov 12-17. Should I go ahead and change to POR for if/when FD is offered since I'm 99.9% sure LM will be excluded? I don't want to miss out on POR room when I get call in July/August.
     
  12. samacita

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    Tomorrow's my 180!!! Starting to second guess my plan to do 3 character breakfasts (Crystal Palace, Tusker House, & Ohana) when we only have 5 TS credits. Also planning BOG (if we get in) and Sanaa dinners, so one of our TS meals will be OOP anyway. Worried that it will be hard to stretch out the QS & snack credits to fill the other gaps. :/ We've never done DDP before, so we'll have to see how it goes!

    Wish me luck that we get a BOG dinner ADR!!
     
  13. deadheadmamma4

    deadheadmamma4 Mouseketeer

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    I was on the phone at 7 am got all my times I wanted I
    Sure you'll get it!
     
  14. samacita

    samacita Mouseketeer

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    Got everything we wanted! ...other than BOG. :( Guess we'll just have to stand in line and try for lunch there.
     
  15. FigmentChick

    FigmentChick DIS Veteran

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    Just an FYI for those that are not part of the FB group: there are free dining PINs out and about for late October and parts of November. Check your emails!!!

    This isn't helping me, but I thought I would pass it on.
     
  16. jennyjinx3

    jennyjinx3 DIS Veteran

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    We received that pin....won't be using it though! We purchased AP's this year, and are hoping to book the room only bounceback when we are there next week. Wish I could share the pin!!!
     
  17. mrsap

    mrsap DW '86, '04, '05, '06, '10, '12, '13, '14, stb '15

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    What is a free dining pin? Sorry.
     
  18. jennyjinx3

    jennyjinx3 DIS Veteran

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    If you have ordered any planning DVD's, or previously planned or saved a vacation pkg, you would've had to create an account giving them your email address. They randomly send out "pin codes" to people through email offering free dining, or sometimes room discounts. I have heard of people also calling to check if there are any pin codes in their name.

    Not sure how they decide who gets one though.:confused3
     
  19. taaren

    taaren "There is more treasure in books than in all the p

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    The lunch was pretty delicious, but I love French food to begin with. Bog is definitely french though diluted for American palates which is a good thing in this case as it makes it appealing for kids too. I'd just pop in during an off hour for lunch and see if it smells good to you. That's how I pick restaurants outside of disney!
    (Also the desserts are delicious you could just go for that! )
     
  20. taaren

    taaren "There is more treasure in books than in all the p

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    Don't second guess character meals. They're some of the best bang for your buck in ts credits.
     
  21. AussieAngel

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    Ooh, I don't really understand pins. Nevertheless, what are the new free dining dates that are being offered? And is it likely they'll become available for everybody? :)
     

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