Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by hAm53, Aug 13, 2005.
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this giant, chewy chocolate chip cookies became a nightly habit from room service.
this cheese and pear turnover and shrimp scampi were delicious.
we loved the cheese pizza. we ordered it every night too!
Ok I must ask. I know about the the secret uncustables and the Mickey Bars, but you can get chicken strips and Hot Dogs from room service. Maybe my mind is playing games with me, it wouldn't be the first time, but I do not remember seeing those on the menu.
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Sure you can... just ask... if they can't bring it... they'll let you know...
Hot dogs and chicken strips were on the menu a couple of weeks ago on the Fantasy.
Room Service Menu
Yup missed it. Thanks.
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is that biscuits and gravy? Where oh where did you get that, if so!
Where can you get these two items? I don't remember seeing these on Dream/Fantasy menus.
We got them both from Lumiere's on the Magic.
I plan to have one or two daily.
My favorite dessert
Does anyone know how far in advance you can make a ressie for Palo? I want to be sure to get in on our anniversary cruise!!
Adult dining reservations open at the same time as excursions, dependent on your CC status. First time cruisers - 75 days out; Silver CC members - 90 days out; Gold CC members - 105 days out; and Platinum CC member & Concierge - 120 days out.
It depends on your level of Castaway Club membership (return cruisers).
If you're paid in full and you are:
New Cruiser (first cruise) your window would open at 75 days
Silver (1-5 cruises) your window would open at 90 days
Gold (6-10 cruises) your window would open at 105 days
Platinum (11+ cruises) or Concierge $$ your window would open at 120 days.
This window is for Palo, excursions child care (babysitting) etc.
Wow thank you so much! So since I'm starting at the bottom (first time cruiser) it seems there's a chance I wont get a ressie??
We were first time cruisers and booked Palo brunch and dinner on opening day. There were not a lot of choices left, but there were choices available!
Not at all. We got a Palo reservation on our first cruise. Now, there was nothing available when our window opened, but I just kept checking (daily I believe) and about 2 weeks out an opening happened.
As long as you don't stress about getting a specific day/time, you'll most likely get something.
And, I'd recommend getting whatever you can. Once onboard, you can go to where the Palo dining changes are being handled (DCL hold back a large number of reservations from the online booking process for booking onboard). You can change your reservation there (or even get one if you were unable to snag one online). It's easier to switch an already existing reservation than make a new one sometimes.
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