Swan s'mores and paddleboats?

Gator Kate

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Just found out about the new resort fee perks of a daily s'mores kit (that one cracked us up) and free use of paddleboats. Would love to hear from any who have experienced either of these gems. Thanks!
 
  • DisneyWishes14

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    Nov 21, 2011
    We are heading to the Dolphin tomorrow for three nights and I have the s'mores and paddleboats on my to-do list as they were included in our fees. I'll try to remember to report back!
     

    DaisyDuck001

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    Wow, seems like an odd perk to have s'mores daily. It's nice to have them once in a while, but several days in a row might be a bit much....
     
  • Gator Kate

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    We are heading to the Dolphin tomorrow for three nights and I have the s'mores and paddleboats on my to-do list as they were included in our fees. I'll try to remember to report back!
    That would be great if you have time to tell us about it.
     

    fivikse

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    Jul 17, 2008
    We did the s'mores our first night at the Swan this past July. They were set up on the beach area near the pool (when you check in they'll tell you where it is on a map). They handed out little kits and a metal stick for roasting the marshmallows. The kits had the ingredients. It wasn't crowded, and I think they packed up a little early. We probably had to show our room key, but I don't really remember. We never had time for the paddleboats, but they were right there in the same general area. It was pretty low key, but my kids love roasting marshmallows :)
     


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