WISH Marathon Event Suggestions...please post here.

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  1. Lisa loves Pooh

    Lisa loves Pooh DIS Veteran

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    Would anybody be open to a WISH "victory" breakfast gathering on Monday morning? A quick gathering to share stories show off medals before those who have to skedaddle skedaddle back home or to the parks.


    Friday Night dinner is in the works.

    And someone mentioned a fireworks cruise as well.



    Places with breakfast menus that we could somehow squeeze in or congregate near:


    Boardwalk Bakery
    Baked Fresh Daily

    Croissant - $2.79
    Chocolate Croissant - $2.79
    Muffin - $2.29
    Fat Free Muffin - $2.29
    Chocolate/Vanilla Pretzel - $2.59
    Crumb Cake - $3.99
    Turnovers - $3.29
    Cinnamon Yummies - $2.29
    Cookies - $1.79 each; $6.99 half-dozen
    Brownies - $2.59
    Rice Krispy Treat - $2.99


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    Breakfast Specialties
    Vanilla and Chocolate Donut Rings - $1.59
    Bagel - $2.19
    Assorted Danish - $2.59
    Cinnamon Bun - $2.59
    Bow Tie Twist Donut - $2.59
    Sticky Bun - $2.59
    Raspberry Donut - $1.99
    Cereal - $1.49
    Cereal with Milk - $1.99
    Breakfast Burrito - eggs, ham and cheddar wrapped in a tortilla $3.99
    Egg Sandwich - egg, Canadian bacon and cheese on an English muffin $3.99

    Pepper Market (Coronado)
    Grill Station

    Scrambled Eggs, Potatoes, Bacon or Sausage and choice of Biscuit or Muffin $7.25

    Stir-Fry Station

    Eggs (Cooked to Order) $6.99
    Biscuits and Gravy $3.25
    Grits or Oatmeal $2.99

    Pizza Station

    Breakfast Egg Burrito with Potatoes $7.95

    Kids' Station
    (10 years and younger)

    Mickey Waffle, topping and orange juice $4.50
    Scrambled eggs, fresh fruit, muffin & orange juice $4.50
    Adults (10 and over) add $2.00

    Mexican Station

    Cheese or Southwestern Omelet - with potatoes and choice of Biscuit or Muffin $6.99

    Breakfast Skillet - Bacon, sausage with potatoes, scrambled eggs and cheese sauce $6.75

    Hash Browns $2.00

    Salad Station

    Waffes with Banana fruit topping $7.50
    Side of Bacon or Sausage $2.99
    Cup of Strawberries - $2.75
    Fresh Fruit - melon bowl cup $2.50; Bowl $3.75
    Cereal with Milk $2.59
    Seasonal Fruit - with strawberries or pineapple bowl $4.95; cup $2.75
    Grapes - $2.50


    Bakery

    Muffins, Yogurt, Plain Biscuit, Cookies - $2.25
    Pecan Roll, Turnovers, Croissant, Cinnamon Roll, Fruit Cake, Danish - $3.15
    Specialty Cakes, Loaf of Bread, Slice of Pie - $3.75
    Bagels $2.50
    English Muffins $1.75
    Toast $0.95


    Cappuccino $3.00
    Flavored Cappuccino $3.50
    Cafe Latte $3.00
    Flavored Tea $1.69
    Espresso $2.25
    Coffee $1.69

    Beverage Station

    Orange Juice $2.99
    Soft Drinks $1.99
    Assorted Juices $2.99
    Coffee or Tea $1.69
    Milk $1.29


    Tubbi's Buffeteria(Dolphin)--no idea if we'll fit, but it had been mentioned last year as a possible location
    Breakfast
    Served 6:00am to 11:30 am
    (Other Items Served from Grill)
    Tubbi's Breakfast - scrambled eggs, bacon or sausage, home fries and toast $6.50
    French Toast - $5.25; with bacon or sausage $6.25
    Ham, Egg, Cheese Breakfast Sandwich (on English muffin) - $5.25
    Omelet - $7.50
    Bacon or Sausage - $2.25
    Hot Oatmeal or Grits - $1.95
    Cereal with milk - $2.36
    Bagel - $1.99
    Muffin or Pastry - $1.75
    Toast - $1.25
    Tubbi's Fruit Plate $4.95
    Whole Fruit $1.10

    Trails End (Fort Wilderness)--now why does this place sound so familiar? :wave:
    BREAKFAST
    7:30 A.M. until 11:00 A.M.

    All-You-Can-Eat Buffet includes:
    coffee and hot tea

    scrambled eggs
    Mickey Waffles
    sausage
    bacon
    hash browns
    omelet of the day
    corned beef hash
    oatmeal
    grits
    assorted cereals
    sausage gravy with biscuits
    French toast
    fresh seasonal fruit
    hot cinnamon spice apples
    donuts and pastries

    Price: $10.99 Adult; $6.99 Child (3-9)

    Continental Breakfast also available
     
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  3. TiffJ

    TiffJ DIS Veteran

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    I would love to get together with some of my fellow Diser's. We are arriving 1/3 and leaving 1/8. Staying at WL. Where is everyone else staying?

    Wed. we will be going to MK and will stop by the Expo sometime Thur. , besides that we have nothing planned.

    Also, I can't get the marathon clipart to work. When I click on the link it says its not a valid link. Anyone know how I can fix it?
     
  4. Disneefun

    Disneefun DIS Veteran

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    I can get behind the brreakfast idea. As noted in the plan poll, we'll be around all the following week so I'm sure I could work something in.
     
  5. aladdinsgirl

    aladdinsgirl She's a rebel. She's a saint.

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    Ohh--that sounds like fun! We'll be on vacation after the marathon and be in the World until 1/14.

    Krista
     
  6. keenercam

    keenercam Loves Mickey!

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    That sounds wonderful -- once I know our travel plans we will be in a better position to know if we can make it.
     
  7. zoegirl

    zoegirl DVC Wannabe

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    LOVE that idea!!!
    It would be so cool to get to hang with you guys since we have all spent so much time on these boards supporting each other.

    I also like the Illuminations Cruise. If enough sign up it will be pretty cheap.

    ~bree~
     
  8. Tiger Lily 03

    Tiger Lily 03 Moderator W.I.S.H. Moderator

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    Count me in! I would love that. It was such fun to breakfast with everyone last time around.
     
  9. Lisa loves Pooh

    Lisa loves Pooh DIS Veteran

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    Okay--now where in the heck can we go for breakfast that can be reached with a fair amount of ease and can accomodate a large group........

    We can always go back to trails end---or there's the pepper market at coronado. Thinking we should do something Quick Serve or sparsely populated that can seat a lot of people.

    Thoughts?
     

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