Would you do this your first night???

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by vicb, Apr 29, 2004.

  1. vicb

    vicb DIS Veteran

    Jun 8, 2001
    Hoopty Do Review???? If we arrive in the afternoon and don't plan on going into a park how would this work? What time is the show (talking Feb) and is it outdoors? (would we be chilly?)

    I've always wanted to do this but DH not so sure.
  2. Grumpy92

    Grumpy92 DIS Veteran

    Nov 14, 2001
    This is a very popular show. It is corny but very funny and the food is pretty good. The show is held inside Pioneer Hall in the Settlement area of the campground (near the boat dock & Petting zoo). I think this is a great way to start off your trip. The afternoon will give you time to settle in and then take transportation to the Hall.
  3. CamColt

    CamColt Moderator Moderator

    Aug 7, 2000
    While I do think its a great plan, I would be worried about it if I were flying in, especially in the winter. With plane delays and cancellations, I would hate to not make it in on time. But thats just a slight chance so if youre willing to take it, go for it. Its a great show. Enjoy!
  4. iloveeeyore

    iloveeeyore DIS Veteran

    Aug 12, 2003
    I have never done this my first night only for the reason that they require (24 or 48, I'm not sure which it is now) hours notice for cancellation. What if your flight is delayed and you don't get there in time? That's a LOT of $$ to lose (though well worth it if you get to see the show). Maybe they'd be lenient for flight-delay excuses, but I would not personally take that chance. It would be a PERFECT way to start off the vacation though, and I've always thought about it and then opted out.

    We do Chef Mickey's our first night and HDDR second night after spending 1st full day at MK.
  5. crisi

    crisi DIS Veteran

    Feb 25, 2002
    It also depends on how tired you are from flying. We tend to leave early mornings - and don't have the energy for much more than a late lunch/early dinner - pool time for the kids and exploring the resort - and an early bedtime.

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