September 12, 2009 ~ Last Call for Tortola! Thread 2

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  1. rotary2808

    rotary2808 DIS Veteran

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    We've had the dining plan in the past too, but came out so much better with the Tables in Wonderland card. It gave us the freedom to eat how we wanted at table service restuarants, which was really nice. $60 vs. the outrageous cost of the dining plan, I'll take the card thank you.:lmao:
     
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  3. granmaz

    granmaz Dis Veteran and Old Geezer

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    Hi. Tht is a lovely picture. We had a few days at DL in May after our cruise and fell in love with the place.


    Oh yes, forgot to say we got the TIW card last time. Worked well, and we also have 2 more vacations to use it on, including one with 6 other family members.
     
  4. rotary2808

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    We will have gotten two vacations out of ours when it expires at the end of the year. The nice thing was it pretty much paid for itself with dinner at the Yachtsman.

    For you it will be really nice to have on that vacation with the 6 additional family members since one card is good for up to a party of 10.:thumbsup2 Lots of savings.
     
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    CustardTart <img src=http://www.wdwinfo.com/dis-sponsor/images DIS Lifetime Sponsor

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    I have one too - so useful and this time I'll get 3 trips out of it including two visits to Victoria & Alberts! :woohoo: :worship: :cloud9:

    We've tried the DDP - got it for free in October 2007 as part of of the YOMD promo. That was fab - DD and I were upgraded to concierge at the Yacht Club, received the DDP AND park passes for the duration of our stay!!! We were blown away by such treatment... :dance3: TBH we found the DDP just too much food for us and wouldn't bother again... :cool2:
     
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    Hi Jan! :wave: We're actually in stateroom 8602 ... :thumbsup2 :goodvibes :flower3:
     
  7. ibouncetoo

    ibouncetoo <font color=009999>I get excited by the little thi

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    The old dining plan definately was too much food with appetizer, entree and dessert. Dec -07 we brought so much back to the room, and ended up throwing stuff out. I wish the new plan gave you your choice of EITHER app or dessert though. Don't you know, all the menues I've been looking at...the appetizers are just jumping out at me! :rotfl:
     
  8. rotary2808

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    Wow!!!! What a dream!!! I thought we were lucky to get the dream fastpasses on our trip last year toward the end of the promotion.:rotfl:

    I agree it was alot of food, but at least you got your money's worth on that plan.
     
  9. Jennifer48

    Jennifer48 Not a Disney bride but engaged and honeymooned at

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    Fixed! We are in room 2062 if you could please update that also. Looks like you didn't add a * next to my name either. Thanks Jan! :goodvibes
     
  10. DisneyRN1

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    Thanks Jan for the front page. I hope I didn't discourage you too much from seeing Marley-it really was a funny movie, and I enjoyed it up until the last 10 mins or so. I was the only one who left-just a whimp I guess, but we had to put one of our dogs down several years ago, and it was horrible

    BTW, for those "in the know"-----what is the tables in Wonderland deal that has been mentioned? Thanks,Vicki
     
  11. granmaz

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    If you have an annual Pass, or are a Florida resident, you can purchase a discount card(Tables in Wonderland) for most table service restaurants at Disney. I think it was $60 for AP holders. You get 20% off most meals and drinks for up to 10 people. They do automatically add 18% gratuity, but as we would normally tip 20%, that is ok.
     
  12. 1Grumpy John

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    Hi Vicki, hows the arm doing:confused3 :confused3 glad to see you on here again:thumbsup2 :thumbsup2
     
  13. ibouncetoo

    ibouncetoo <font color=009999>I get excited by the little thi

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    JOHN! :wave:

    Miss ya...luv ya......

    How's Deb? She hasn't posted in a few days and you know how we worry about each other.

    :grouphug: :grouphug: :grouphug: :grouphug: :grouphug:


    gotta run.....drive by posting......
     
  14. JLSE50

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

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    What is Tables in Wonderland?

    We have not been to WDW since 2006 so there are lots of changes.

    Jan-the-inquisitive :confused3
     
  15. JLSE50

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

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    I put Peg on her own, and left Paul and Jill with you--OK?

    THANKS!
     
  16. rotary2808

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    $60 is correct, $80 if you're a Fl. resident I believe. One trip to Yachtman's and it practically paid for itself. There's no restrictions on what you have to eat either like on the DDP, which is really nice. So if you're not really hungry you can just have an appetizer instead of a big entree.
     
  17. JLSE50

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

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    Not to worry. We don't go to movies much and the ones we see are Disney or Pixar's. We never owned a dog and while our son and his wife have two and we are fine with them, I do not have the connectedness to dogs that dog owners have so a dog movie would probably not do much for me.

    I do not mind knowing what movies are about anyway--so, no problemo.

    Everyone: check your page one entries--info in post 1 and photos in post 2 for accuracy--typos run rampant at my house--and check my self-tag--I am a post menopausal woman and my brain leaks. (That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it.) Make sure your names are included if you want them.

    Jan :)
     
  18. rotary2808

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    You can add early dining to ours, if you don't mind.:worship:
     
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    Hi Jackie.....miss you and love you too.....I've been so very sick. I think it was a stomach flu. I caught it from Jan! hahahaha.

    Jan I'm so sorry that you and your family had it during your Christmas visit and that we were not able to get together. I hope you're feeling better now. I loved the pictures of Sophia.....thanks for sharing.

    Oh and thanks so much for sharing the stomach flu too.....hahaha.....I had it really bad.....migrains, head spins, nauseous, chills, weakness.....it lasted almost a week also. Glad that I'm on the mend now and starting to feel a little better. I didn't mean to go MIA intentionally.....just couldn't lift my head off the pillow without getting violently ill. It wasn't pretty.
     
  20. ragdoll

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    Yuck, that sounds horrible enough for one day let alone a week. Glad you are feeling better!

    Donna
     
  21. katypop

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    :grouphug: Sorry you've been so sick Deb, but glad you're on the mend now.
    Kathe
     
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