Onward to TDR! March 2019 Exercise Thread

Twilight Sparkle

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Catching up on all of the latest TDR info . . .

Usutama is one strange looking character! You'll have to let us know if you spot him/her around the park.

My large Stitch needs a friend, so I'll go with the giant Pooh Bear for my souvenir. And since I love mochi and Toy Story, the alien mochi is my must-have snack! They're so cute!!!!
 
  • PollyannaMom

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    Congratulations to piglet1979 on turning Cookie Orange!

    To wrap up Tokyo Disneyland, we have dinner and the evening entertainment -- the nighttime parade, the Celebrate! Tokyo Disneyland spectacular, and the Brand New Dream fireworks show.

    Before we get into those in the next couple of days, though, we might want to check out some non-Happiest Celebration merchandise and snacks. Here's an article with some suggested Tokyo Disneyland souvenirs. For some reason I really like the stuffed passholders. (Just FYI, it's about 110 yen to the U.S. dollar.) And here's an article about Disneyland snacks. Check out the green alien mochi dumplings!
    Those are cute! Or I might get the Mickey and Minnie stained glass window things - the two kind of bottom center in the photo.

    And for snacks I'll try the snow crab pizza, and later the mango soft serve.
     

    sophy1996

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    Congratulations to Elizabeth Smith for turning StellaLou Purple!

    I don't know about you, but I'm kind of full of snacks, so I suggest we watch the nighttime parade before we head to dinner. Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade Dreamlights looks to be an awesome version of the classic Electrical Parade!


    @PollyannaMom, check out Elliott the dragon near the beginning!
     
  • sophy1996

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    Congratulations to PollyannaMom on reaching StellaLou Purple! It looks like that treadmill is getting good use.

    For dinner, we can choose if we want to have a dinner show or just dinner. (Actually, we would have chosen this awhile back, as reservations are required for the dinner shows, and they open 30 days in advance. It used to be that you'd have to try to navigate the Japanese-only reservations system, but that's changed. With our hotel reservations, we were able to make our reservations online in English.)

    For a dinner show, we can go to The Diamond Horseshoe or the Polynesian Terrace Restaurant. The Diamond Horseshoe features Mickey & Company, and the Polynesian Terrace Restaurant features Mickey's Rainbow Luau.

    But if we just want dinner, we have four other choices for sit-down restaurants: Crystal Palace Restaurant (buffet), the Blue Bayou Restaurant (in Pirates, like in California), the Eastside Cafe (pasta), or Restaurant Hokusai (Japanese).
     

    PollyannaMom

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    For a dinner show, we can go to The Diamond Horseshoe or the Polynesian Terrace Restaurant. The Diamond Horseshoe features Mickey & Company, and the Polynesian Terrace Restaurant features Mickey's Rainbow Luau.
    I'll go with Mickey's Rainbow Luau, since I got this:
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    in error last night (from 1300 miles away) and was sad it wasn't really mine. :(
    ..
     

    Twilight Sparkle

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    I'm voting for Mickey's Rainbow Luau, too.

    @PollyannaMom, I wonder if that's WDW's new marketing strategy. They send reservation messages "by mistake" to make people think about booking another trip! LOL! Just kidding.

    110 minutes - horses and walking

    1290/1860
     

    PollyannaMom

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    Went shopping at an outdoor outlet mall today (with what felt like half the state, since it was over 40° and sunny :rotfl: - gotta love hearty New Englanders!) so I definitely got my 20 minutes in.

    270/500
     

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