WBPC May 6th 2013 Wonder

Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Meets' started by Mom323, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. Politzania

    Politzania Mouseketeer

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    Scott is a born Hoosier, while I'm a transplanted Michigander - currently living in central Indiana.

    Suitcases (1 checked bag each - either 1 or 2 carryons, hopefully!) are about 1/2 - 2/3 packed - need to try on dresses & bottoms one more time and make final decision on what gets packed - I've got my evening outfits decided on (there WILL be repetition - no judging!) - just need to figure out what I want to wear during the day!

    FE gifts in pretty good shape - need to make a few more of the homemade item and decide whether to assemble ahead of time or once we get on the ship.
     
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  3. MrsMork

    MrsMork Proud Old Geezer

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    It was 18 degrees when I got up this morning!! :eek: I am SO ready for some warm weather. :cloud9:
     
  4. speedo

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    So I now realize that I am completely spoiled by Walt Disney World.

    I booked 3 nights at Disneyland awhile ago thinking I would be able to see all of the evening shows only to check the schedule yesterday to find out that just one of the four evening shows will be held during my stay - "World of Color" which I am excited to see of course.

    But I am so bummed about missing the "Mad T Party"! Plus it was such a surprise that there would be no fireworks at Disneyland. Maybe I am wrong but seems like Magic Kingdom has fireworks every night.

    Oh well, this isn't that big of a deal just a slight disappointment and now I am trying to make new plans and have made some dinner reservations in the evening that I would not have otherwise.

    But anyone else have suggestions for entertainment in the evenings at Disneyland?
     
  5. DVCTigger

    DVCTigger DIS Veteran

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    29 and snowing here right now . . . . . .:sad:
     
  6. MrsMork

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    At least we have only a few snow flurries off and on. Nothing that sticks.
     
  7. MrsMork

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    Downtown Disney always has some performers out and about in the evenings. Have you been to DL before? DTD is right there in CA as opposed to a bus ride away at WDW. A stroll thru DTD always has some music we enjoy stopping and listening to. We are heading to bed by 11ish so we can be back in the parks at 9 when they open. So just an hour or so for us after park closing at 9.
     
  8. speedo

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    That is definitely a plus that everything is walking distance I will definitely check out DTD. Thanks!
     
  9. granmaz

    granmaz Dis Veteran and Old Geezer

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    It is a shame you miss the fireworks with them only being on at the weekends at this time of year. I believe it is because DL is so close to residential areas, unlike Disney World, so they cut the times. I don't know why other shows aren't running during the week though. I really think the fireworks are better even than Magic Kingdom and I am sorry we won't get to see them this time. I think they should have the fireworks just because so many of us will be there!!! Both our last 2 PC's we docked at the weekends so managed to see them. At least you do get to see WOC which is very special.
     
  10. LindaBabe

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    78 degrees in North Georgia - MUCH better than upstate New York, from whence we came! Bid on a HUD house yesterday. Now the waiting begins.
     
  11. DebbieOBX

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    JUST AN FYI:

    It's Official! Panama Canal Cruise "Disney TIE Contest"

    Just strut Your Disney TIE anytime during the 14 day cruise, for a chance to WIN 1 of 8 prizes!

    It's Easy! No cost! All done in Fun! So PACK THOSE AWESOME TIES! Get caught by the judges and be a WINNER!

    Can't wait to meet everyone, and see some awesome ties!

    Debbie
     
  12. DebbieOBX

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    I have a 4 year old grand daughter who will be visiting from Amarillo TX. for a bit during the summer.

    Is there anyone that makes bows for girls hair?

    I'm so excited, i have new Pink Minnie bedding, dolls, and fun stuff.

    Thanks Debbie
     
  13. caswarnock

    caswarnock Earning My Ears

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    Hello there, I would like to sign us up for the scavenger hunt and the PJ breakfast, but it says I cannot PM anyone yet.

    3 of us: 1 adult, two kids (7&9) Casey, Chad and Noah
    Room 6601

    Also, I tried to find the facebook page, but I am not having any luck. Any advice?

    And, what is the Jessica Rabbit thing?

    Thanks so much!
     
  14. Meghatron

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    No need to sign up for the PJ Breakfast. Just show up at Triton's in your pajamas at the specified day and time!
     
  15. Jackson's grammie

    Jackson's grammie DIS Veteran

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    FACEBOOK
    https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/186143318152092/

    New requestors send WestCoastNovaks a PM or Alicea Novak a message on FB as well.
    http://www.disboards.com/showpost.ph...&postcount=205
    you can also fb me at ethimes@yahoo.com but I don't know if that gets you into the specific fb cruise section
     
  16. caswarnock

    caswarnock Earning My Ears

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    Hi Shelby,

    I can't PM, but thank you so much! I talked to them about it and thought it was full so said we couldn't participate. We would like to if that's ok. Not that we need anything from anyone, but the boys and I are very big on blessing others. If you could send me a list of how many people that would be great. Can't wait to meet you :-)

    Casey
     
  17. DebbieOBX

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    KEEP posting, you need 10. Just type anything, hit send. over and over again.
     
  18. braysmommy

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    Welcome! My son is just a bit younger then yours. I will add your names to the PJ breakfast this way I can let the dining room exactly how many people will be arriving in their PJs for breakfast that morning.
     
  19. sharan56

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    And no state taxes!
     
  20. sharan56

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    We went on sept to Disneyland and saw everything we wanted in 1 1/2 days. If you have never been you will be surprised. No comparison to wdw. We are going back so gran Shelby can see it. She works for wdw. We're staying at paradise pier . You might try downtown Disney. One tip . Get there early for world of
    Color or get advanced seating .
     
  21. MrsMork

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    Hope it comes together for you!
    :love: Fun, fun!!

    This was true before they opened CARSLAND. That now takes some extra hours. Get there when DCA opens and get in line right away for fast passes for the racers. They are SO, SO worth doing. Get your fast passes for raceers then go get the advanced seating passes for WOC. So, a whole day at DCA now and a whole day at DL, if you have never been.
     

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