Grand Californian Super Thread Updated 11/7/13


  • blackjackdelta

    <font color=darkorchid>Uncle had an "in" with Walt
    Joined
    Jul 23, 2005
    I have heard that GCH folks are allowed into DCA at 9:15AM to ride Soarin, etc., before the rest of the DCA crowd. But this seems to be almost random and I am not sure if it is policy or the whim of the CMs that day.
    Last year we could get in at 0930, ride soarin and then stand in line for the rope drop for TSMM. Then watch the people run with the cm's constantly pulling people back for running. Amazing the number of people who do not understand english.........

    Jack
     

    Tonyspad

    Disney or Bust for us!
    Joined
    Jun 17, 2001
    We have a very tall 14 yo son and a "regular" height 12 yo son that will be coming to DL with us. There is NO way the taller son can sleep w/ his brother. Can I pay extra for a rollaway bed for the 12 yo??
     

    sierranevada

    DISDiva
    Joined
    Nov 1, 2003
    We have a very tall 14 yo son and a "regular" height 12 yo son that will be coming to DL with us. There is NO way the taller son can sleep w/ his brother. Can I pay extra for a rollaway bed for the 12 yo??
    There are no rollaway beds at the GCH. All you can get is a sleeping bag with a thermarest mat. When I take my son and his friend, either they take turns using the sleeping bag or one of them just puts the sleeping bag on top of the covers.
     

    DmaxHawk

    Watcher 3
    Joined
    Oct 12, 2009
    There are no rollaway beds at the GCH. All you can get is a sleeping bag with a thermarest mat. When I take my son and his friend, either they take turns using the sleeping bag or one of them just puts the sleeping bag on top of the covers.

    Or try to get a room with a day bed.:confused3
     
  • amers

    Earning My Ears
    Joined
    May 31, 2009
    I'm busy packing because we leave for our honeymoon at the Grand Californian on Tuesday :goodvibes My husband and I listen to music all the time. Has anyone noticed if the rooms at the Grand Califonian have IPod docks in the alarm clock? If not, no worries... we'll just pack a cable and input the music through the tv. Thanks for your help!
     

    DmaxHawk

    Watcher 3
    Joined
    Oct 12, 2009
    Yes and no. IIRC the alarm clocks have an aux input jack but not an actual ipod dock. So you can listen to music from any mp3 player.
    Congrats on the honeymoon!
     





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