- Jan 28, 2006
Whoops. You are right. Unless it was microwaved or something it should be possible.Yes, CM told me the mugs are supposed to last for 2 years. You do need to pay the same price as if the mug was new, but at least you would have a handle of that is what you prefer.
The secret door at the YC is close to the boat dock. It is a fire door and convenient for guests staying in the section of the Yacht Club that is closest to the lagoon. We used that secret door all the time the first time we stayed at the YC. Our room was close to that exit door and it was a shorter walk for us to get to the boat, to the International Gateway, Hurricane Hana and the BC when we went out that door. We even used that exit to walk to the lobby to catch a bus because it was nicer to walk outside then through the hallways. The second time we stayed at the YC we never used that door at all. Our room was close to the main elevator and it would have been going out of our way to use it.Can someone explain the secret door at the YC to me? I read the posts about how to find it and where it is? But why do we use it? What does it make easier. Thanks!
I always roll the wet suits up in a towel and stomp on it to squeeze all the water out. Then I hang them up on the clothesline using clothespins that I bring from home. They dry faster that way.Just wish I had a better way to dry all of our bathing suits .....we have been doing a lot of swimming! It is not!!
Just back from Hyatt Regency in Scottsdale, Arizona (gorgeous!). There was no clock in the room. This is a really weird trend. I hate being attached to my phone on vacation.Why would they get rid of the clocks in the room? Don't all hotel rooms have clocks? It's strange.
Thanks!! Perfect! Too late for the clothes pins for me for this trip, but I'm doing the rolling in the towel thing tonight after swimming! Clothes pins on list for next trip now!!I always roll the wet suits up in a towel and stomp on it to squeeze all the water out. Then I hang them up on the clothesline using clothespins that I bring from home. They dry faster that way.
DH and little ones were back at our room at 7. Our room is ground level right off the lobby and he heard nothing.There appears to have been some type of ruckus near the lobby of BC this evening. My son and nephew heard sirens and my wife, daughter and brothers family saw 2 police cars and a sheriffs car and someone with a bloody arm. Stabbing or fight?
I saw and heard nothing
to the thread!!!But what about the shop at the International Gateway. Has anyone looked there - that would be a quick walk on arrival day ...
These are great pictures. I will use them to replace the ones I have for the Secret Exit- my pictures are ancient, so I think an updating of the post is in order.
I know I've been slacking in the comments, had to catch up on 600+ messages, and still have 298 to go. Darn you real life, stop trying to distract me.
Anyway, we are a few months past our June BC trip and still bummed that we missed a lot with that overwhelming heat!
I did want to say, however, that DH (who has been really just going to WDW because it makes ME happy) has become a true Beach Club-aholic. We are tentatively planning our Oct 2017 trip and he is super enthusiastic about it. This is the same man who is constantly worried about money. I keep offering suggestions of other resorts to either save money or to try something new and he's like, "Why? I love the beach club. Let's stay there again." I think it was the gym that truly won him over.
Wood Nymph's replay was great with map and everything. I'd like to add that there is another "secret entrance" (or fire escape door) on the other side of the gazebo plaza area that is also very useful for those in that particular wing of the building. It saves the hassle of going to the lobby if all you are doing is going out to the lake area to walk to the parks or go to SAB.Can someone explain the secret door at the YC to me? I read the posts about how to find it and where it is? But why do we use it? What does it make easier. Thanks!