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Typhoon Lagoon

intercot.com - Tue, 2017-09-19 21:04
Hi - our family is going to Disney the 1st week of March. Is there any chance that TL will be reopened early after refurbishment? Any experience from past trips? Thank you
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Photopass with Annual pass question

intercot.com - Tue, 2017-09-19 15:39
Hi Gang! If I purchase an annual pass, does that include free photo pass pictures such as with Memory Maker? I am trying to justify buying the annual pass. If I don't need to purchase Memory Maker at an additional cost, annual pass could be worth it for me. Would it include ride photos and character meals? Any help with this question will be appreciated!
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Photopass with Annual pass question

intercot.com - Tue, 2017-09-19 15:39
Hi Gang! If I purchase an annual pass, does that include free photo pass pictures such as with Memory Maker? I am trying to justify buying the annual pass. If I don't need to purchase Memory Maker at an additional cost, annual pass could be worth it for me. Would it include ride photos and character meals? Any help with this question will be appreciated!
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Dreams Unlimited Travel Show – 09/18/17

disunplugged.com - Tue, 2017-09-19 03:52
In this episode, the panel discusses some of your questions about the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California! Want to get in touch? Check out our contact page. Podcasts #079 – Disneyland Question & Answers: [Download Mp3] Show Notes: To book a trip with Patricie Wells, click here! To book an Adventures by Disney vacation with Kevin Klose, click [...]
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Electrical water pageant damaged?

intercot.com - Tue, 2017-09-19 02:03
Just wondering if anything official had been posted...second half of show was a no show both Thurs and last night.
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Electrical water pageant damaged?

intercot.com - Tue, 2017-09-19 02:03
Just wondering if anything official had been posted...second half of show was a no show both Thurs and last night.
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Post Irma Trip Report Day 3 (The LONG day)

intercot.com - Mon, 2017-09-18 21:13
So...Friday we happened to wake up at 6am, this is pretty normal for us and we couldn't go back to sleep so we went ahead and got up, walked around outside the resort at sunrise, I had a muffin (and some bacon)-thank you snack credit-and we just took our time. We were headed to rope drop at AK and after last night's bus times I decided to drive (good call). We arrived about 30 mins before rope drop and headed to Pandora-with everyone else. The rope drop in that area was very congested and at 8:45 they actually went ahead and opened the area (FoP and Navi ride) for safety purposes. Apparently they have had some fire marshal feedback on this problem. Since we had a later FP for FoP we just went towards the Navi River ride (as everyone else went the other way.). We walked on. It was kind of boring? I mean I haven't seen the movie but it just really didn't do much for us. We could have gone back again with no wait and decided not to. Pandora as an area is pretty neat, the waterfalls etc. But as it is in all of AK it was VERY hot there and I can't imagine waiting 2 hours in that heat to ride. But back to our morning.

We walked towards Harambe and actually beat normal rope drop-lol. So at rope drop #2 we headed to the safari and walked on. A few more animals out than last night but still quite a mess to clean up over there. We had 9:15 FP for FoP so we headed back that way. I was pretty nervous as I have major issues with Star Tours (and usually am ok on Soarin.). A couple of notes for folks in general, the "pre show" process is quite long, allow enough time even with a FP. Also I'm a size 16/18 and had no issues with fit. Finally the glasses they gave us kept falling off. But...

The ride was insane, really neat we thought. Hubby isn't easily impressed and he was screaming out loud at it. I felt a little woozy after and probably couldn't ride it twice in a row but I can't wait to do it again. The wait was about 2 hours the rest of our trip so didn't get to but we loved it!

After all that we headed to FL for Dinosaur, had a 30 mins break for a work conf call and problem (we had a hard time finding anywhere quite and stood in the sun this whole time-mistake.). After dinosaur we headed to FP at Everest and then It's Tough to Be a Bug (oddly one of hubby's very favorites.). It was 11:15 but we decided to go ahead and have lunch in AK since we really needed some AC and we had been up so long. Burgers at Restrauntosaurus hit the spot (they were fair) and we headed back out to the truck.

By the time we got out there we were super super hot, but the lines at the Studios were super short and we had a vehicle so we drove over there and hit up just RnRC, ToT and Toy Story (walked on them all, we were getting so spoiled.). After that we were REALLY dead. So hot. We drove back to WL and spent a little time in the room just laying on the bed and trying to lower our temps. Finally we changed into our suits and headed back to the new pool with our cooler and some cocktails and managed to snag a cabana again (this was the last time for this as people were checking in like crazy.)

After about 90 mins of relaxing we headed back to the room to shower and change again, I tossed on a LLR Carly dress (for those that know, it's kind of like wearing a cute nightgown dress :) ) So we wanted to go to Epcot but after the bus problems so far we decided to go boat to Contemp and monorail to TTC and then Epcot, we do this a lot. Well we got to the dock and noticed there was a sign that the boat wasn't going to FW (which we already knew) but the boat was supposedly still running. Well 35 mins later one shows up-they were only running one boat total. So then we were a bit rushed getting to Epcot as we had an ADR at France. We got to the front gates of Epcot in the monorail at 7:30 for an 8pm ADR. So by the time we got to France we were hot and sweaty (again). We were on time though and waited about 15 mins to be seated. Dinner was ok. Hubby steak was like a hockey puck (even though we both ordered MR) so we sent his back, second one was better but we were kind of over it by then.

But...we had FP for Illuminations seating and I knew this would be our only chance to see it this trip (and no return trip planned for over a year) so when hubby asked if we really had to stay to see it I said yes. Well we walked back toward the front and into the FP area an sat down on the ground. I actually laid down about 9:45, in my dress, on the concrete, and fell totally asleep. Out cold. Hubby had to wake me for Illuminations. A new low level for Disney tiredness.

We slowly truged to the bus stop after and just missed one-of course right? We waited about 30 mins for another and thankfully went right to the WL. We honestly don't even remember going to bed but we didn't wake up til the alarm went off at 7 this next morning. We got a LOT done but maybe just overdid it a bit!!
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Post Irma Trip Report Day 3 (The LONG day)

intercot.com - Mon, 2017-09-18 21:13
So...Friday we happened to wake up at 6am, this is pretty normal for us and we couldn't go back to sleep so we went ahead and got up, walked around outside the resort at sunrise, I had a muffin (and some bacon)-thank you snack credit-and we just took our time. We were headed to rope drop at AK and after last night's bus times I decided to drive (good call). We arrived about 30 mins before rope drop and headed to Pandora-with everyone else. The rope drop in that area was very congested and at 8:45 they actually went ahead and opened the area (FoP and Navi ride) for safety purposes. Apparently they have had some fire marshal feedback on this problem. Since we had a later FP for FoP we just went towards the Navi River ride (as everyone else went the other way.). We walked on. It was kind of boring? I mean I haven't seen the movie but it just really didn't do much for us. We could have gone back again with no wait and decided not to. Pandora as an area is pretty neat, the waterfalls etc. But as it is in all of AK it was VERY hot there and I can't imagine waiting 2 hours in that heat to ride. But back to our morning.

We walked towards Harambe and actually beat normal rope drop-lol. So at rope drop #2 we headed to the safari and walked on. A few more animals out than last night but still quite a mess to clean up over there. We had 9:15 FP for FoP so we headed back that way. I was pretty nervous as I have major issues with Star Tours (and usually am ok on Soarin.). A couple of notes for folks in general, the "pre show" process is quite long, allow enough time even with a FP. Also I'm a size 16/18 and had no issues with fit. Finally the glasses they gave us kept falling off. But...

The ride was insane, really neat we thought. Hubby isn't easily impressed and he was screaming out loud at it. I felt a little woozy after and probably couldn't ride it twice in a row but I can't wait to do it again. The wait was about 2 hours the rest of our trip so didn't get to but we loved it!

After all that we headed to FL for Dinosaur, had a 30 mins break for a work conf call and problem (we had a hard time finding anywhere quite and stood in the sun this whole time-mistake.). After dinosaur we headed to FP at Everest and then It's Tough to Be a Bug (oddly one of hubby's very favorites.). It was 11:15 but we decided to go ahead and have lunch in AK since we really needed some AC and we had been up so long. Burgers at Restrauntosaurus hit the spot (they were fair) and we headed back out to the truck.

By the time we got out there we were super super hot, but the lines at the Studios were super short and we had a vehicle so we drove over there and hit up just RnRC, ToT and Toy Story (walked on them all, we were getting so spoiled.). After that we were REALLY dead. So hot. We drove back to WL and spent a little time in the room just laying on the bed and trying to lower our temps. Finally we changed into our suits and headed back to the new pool with our cooler and some cocktails and managed to snag a cabana again (this was the last time for this as people were checking in like crazy.)

After about 90 mins of relaxing we headed back to the room to shower and change again, I tossed on a LLR Carly dress (for those that know, it's kind of like wearing a cute nightgown dress :) ) So we wanted to go to Epcot but after the bus problems so far we decided to go boat to Contemp and monorail to TTC and then Epcot, we do this a lot. Well we got to the dock and noticed there was a sign that the boat wasn't going to FW (which we already knew) but the boat was supposedly still running. Well 35 mins later one shows up-they were only running one boat total. So then we were a bit rushed getting to Epcot as we had an ADR at France. We got to the front gates of Epcot in the monorail at 7:30 for an 8pm ADR. So by the time we got to France we were hot and sweaty (again). We were on time though and waited about 15 mins to be seated. Dinner was ok. Hubby steak was like a hockey puck (even though we both ordered MR) so we sent his back, second one was better but we were kind of over it by then.

But...we had FP for Illuminations seating and I knew this would be our only chance to see it this trip (and no return trip planned for over a year) so when hubby asked if we really had to stay to see it I said yes. Well we walked back toward the front and into the FP area an sat down on the ground. I actually laid down about 9:45, in my dress, on the concrete, and fell totally asleep. Out cold. Hubby had to wake me for Illuminations. A new low level for Disney tiredness.

We slowly truged to the bus stop after and just missed one-of course right? We waited about 30 mins for another and thankfully went right to the WL. We honestly don't even remember going to bed but we didn't wake up til the alarm went off at 7 this next morning. We got a LOT done but maybe just overdid it a bit!!
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Post Irma Trip Report Day 2(B)

intercot.com - Mon, 2017-09-18 20:34
No longer live as I had some connection issues down there (wasn't sure if it was me, Disney or the cot.).

Last we left our travelers we were chilling at the pool at WL. We had some cocktails and showered and headed to AK via bus (it took a long time for the bus-it would be common theme) and it also stopped at Contemp. So we didn't get to do quite as much at AK. Pandora was packed and it was still light out so we decided to save that for later. We rode the Safari and I was shocked at the damage throughout. Many trees down, standing water where there should not have been, etc. Gators, Elephants and Rhinos were all being kept off exhibit as were the painted dogs-all had damaged enclosures.

As we walked off it started to sprinkle. We headed to use the restroom in Harambe and walked out to a full out downpour. We had dinner reservations at Yak and Yeti in about 20 mins so we threw on our ponchos (and I took off my nicer shoes as I was dressed up a bit for the night) and we scooted over there. There was a large number people in the lobby but I think most were just avoiding the heavy rain. We were seated right away with our ADR at a nice table for two by the window. We had a great server, Tim. (It was our first time eating there.). We were able to swap one dessert for a very large (enough to split) side salad with Asian dressing and then I ordered the duck (just ok, a little dry) and hubby ordered the Ribeye (subbing fries for mashed potatoes.). His steak was AMAZING! He eats a lot of steak and this was one of the best he has had (and me too since my duck was just meh.). There was plenty for us both and then we ordered one order of the wontons for dessert to split, also tasty and we aren't usually dessert people.

We had a FP for Rivers of Light which I had not seen so we headed that way (still drizzling). It stopped enough for us to use our ponchos for seats as the seating area was soaked (why did I wear a dress tonight I don't even know.). I'm not sure what to say about RoL. It just didn't do much for me. We actually left 5 mins before it was over as it started raining again and we wanted to hopefully catch a bus before everyone else got in line. (No luck.). 30 mins wait for bus and then back to WL, wet and pretty tired but full from a great dinner. PS I don't recommend going barefoot in AK for a couple hours, I had sore feet the next day-but not ruined shoes :) )
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Post Irma Trip Report Day 2(B)

intercot.com - Mon, 2017-09-18 20:34
No longer live as I had some connection issues down there (wasn't sure if it was me, Disney or the cot.).

Last we left our travelers we were chilling at the pool at WL. We had some cocktails and showered and headed to AK via bus (it took a long time for the bus-it would be common theme) and it also stopped at Contemp. So we didn't get to do quite as much at AK. Pandora was packed and it was still light out so we decided to save that for later. We rode the Safari and I was shocked at the damage throughout. Many trees down, standing water where there should not have been, etc. Gators, Elephants and Rhinos were all being kept off exhibit as were the painted dogs-all had damaged enclosures.

As we walked off it started to sprinkle. We headed to use the restroom in Harambe and walked out to a full out downpour. We had dinner reservations at Yak and Yeti in about 20 mins so we threw on our ponchos (and I took off my nicer shoes as I was dressed up a bit for the night) and we scooted over there. There was a large number people in the lobby but I think most were just avoiding the heavy rain. We were seated right away with our ADR at a nice table for two by the window. We had a great server, Tim. (It was our first time eating there.). We were able to swap one dessert for a very large (enough to split) side salad with Asian dressing and then I ordered the duck (just ok, a little dry) and hubby ordered the Ribeye (subbing fries for mashed potatoes.). His steak was AMAZING! He eats a lot of steak and this was one of the best he has had (and me too since my duck was just meh.). There was plenty for us both and then we ordered one order of the wontons for dessert to split, also tasty and we aren't usually dessert people.

We had a FP for Rivers of Light which I had not seen so we headed that way (still drizzling). It stopped enough for us to use our ponchos for seats as the seating area was soaked (why did I wear a dress tonight I don't even know.). I'm not sure what to say about RoL. It just didn't do much for me. We actually left 5 mins before it was over as it started raining again and we wanted to hopefully catch a bus before everyone else got in line. (No luck.). 30 mins wait for bus and then back to WL, wet and pretty tired but full from a great dinner. PS I don't recommend going barefoot in AK for a couple hours, I had sore feet the next day-but not ruined shoes :) )
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Safari

intercot.com - Mon, 2017-09-18 19:07
With FP+ for the Safari at 4:40-5:40, will we have time for this before the first showing of ROL at 6:30? We have the ROL pkg for the first showing. We are supposed to be there 15 min. early. I don't know the distance between the two.
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Safari

intercot.com - Mon, 2017-09-18 19:07
With FP+ for the Safari at 4:40-5:40, will we have time for this before the first showing of ROL at 6:30? We have the ROL pkg for the first showing. We are supposed to be there 15 min. early. I don't know the distance between the two.
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Irma at WDW Trip Report - The Ugly

intercot.com - Mon, 2017-09-18 14:47
1. The heat and humidity. It was beautiful on Saturday before Irma. But once Irma left, it got up into the 90's each day, with little/no breeze, and it was just sticky. We would get to the park 30 minutes before opening, and by 11, we were worn out. We went back to the hotel for naps, homework, swimming, etc, until the heat broke around 6pm, and then we would head back out. But it was fairly brutal.

2. Flooding and damage along the east coast and the Keys. We were planning to spend two days on the Jacksonville-area beaches, and then spend a day in Savannah, and then Charleston before heading home. All of those areas had power loss, river flooding, etc, so that all of the historic sites we wanted to see were closed. Also, we have never been to south Florida, and had hoped to go see the Everglades, Biscayne, Key West, and Dry Tortugas in March, but after Irma went through, it may be a long time before those areas recover. I feel for those living in the areas that were damaged/devastated by Irma. Our vacation inconveniences are nothing compared to those who lost homes and loved ones in those areas.
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Irma at WDW Trip Report - The Ugly

intercot.com - Mon, 2017-09-18 14:47
1. The heat and humidity. It was beautiful on Saturday before Irma. But once Irma left, it got up into the 90's each day, with little/no breeze, and it was just sticky. We would get to the park 30 minutes before opening, and by 11, we were worn out. We went back to the hotel for naps, homework, swimming, etc, until the heat broke around 6pm, and then we would head back out. But it was fairly brutal.

2. Flooding and damage along the east coast and the Keys. We were planning to spend two days on the Jacksonville-area beaches, and then spend a day in Savannah, and then Charleston before heading home. All of those areas had power loss, river flooding, etc, so that all of the historic sites we wanted to see were closed. Also, we have never been to south Florida, and had hoped to go see the Everglades, Biscayne, Key West, and Dry Tortugas in March, but after Irma went through, it may be a long time before those areas recover. I feel for those living in the areas that were damaged/devastated by Irma. Our vacation inconveniences are nothing compared to those who lost homes and loved ones in those areas.
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Irma at WDW Trip Report - The Mediocre

intercot.com - Mon, 2017-09-18 14:41
1. We tried some new restaurants this trip - The Jungle Navigation Co. Skipper Canteen, and Olivia's at OKW. Olivia's was good, but we were really disappointed with the Jungle Navigation Co. The food just wasn't that good, and the interactions with the servers was bland. The greeters were funny and what I expected everyone to be like, but besides the server's opening line of, "Have you been here before?" and responding to our "No" with, "Neither have I! We'll do this first time together!", it was the same kind of banter I would get at an Olive Garden. We had the falafel appetizer, the Char Siu Pork, the chicken, the pasta, and the noddle bowl, and no one really liked their dishes. They weren't bad....just mediocre. We expected more.

2. Avatar land - Again, I just expected more. It was smaller than I was expecting, the Navi River Journey was much more tame than I had hoped, and I expected there to be more of the bio-luminescent plants around after dark. They were there, to be sure, but I just expected more. The Navi River journey is cool, and has some great effects, but I find the Living with the Land ride to be more interesting.

That said, anyone who complained that it doesn't belong in Animal Kingdom...well, go see it. It totally fits in that park. In that sense, it was amazing.

Also, the Flight of Passage ride was pretty cool, but it's basically Soarin' 3.0. Our "flight goggles" were really loose and kept threatening to fall off, mid-flight. The scene where the large orange banshee "attacks" you also caused my wife to get really motion-sick. Up until that point, she thought it was awesome.
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Irma at WDW Trip Report - The Mediocre

intercot.com - Mon, 2017-09-18 14:41
1. We tried some new restaurants this trip - The Jungle Navigation Co. Skipper Canteen, and Olivia's at OKW. Olivia's was good, but we were really disappointed with the Jungle Navigation Co. The food just wasn't that good, and the interactions with the servers was bland. The greeters were funny and what I expected everyone to be like, but besides the server's opening line of, "Have you been here before?" and responding to our "No" with, "Neither have I! We'll do this first time together!", it was the same kind of banter I would get at an Olive Garden. We had the falafel appetizer, the Char Siu Pork, the chicken, the pasta, and the noddle bowl, and no one really liked their dishes. They weren't bad....just mediocre. We expected more.

2. Avatar land - Again, I just expected more. It was smaller than I was expecting, the Navi River Journey was much more tame than I had hoped, and I expected there to be more of the bio-luminescent plants around after dark. They were there, to be sure, but I just expected more. The Navi River journey is cool, and has some great effects, but I find the Living with the Land ride to be more interesting.

That said, anyone who complained that it doesn't belong in Animal Kingdom...well, go see it. It totally fits in that park. In that sense, it was amazing.

Also, the Flight of Passage ride was pretty cool, but it's basically Soarin' 3.0. Our "flight goggles" were really loose and kept threatening to fall off, mid-flight. The scene where the large orange banshee "attacks" you also caused my wife to get really motion-sick. Up until that point, she thought it was awesome.
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Irma at WDW Trip Report - The Good

intercot.com - Mon, 2017-09-18 14:31
Rather than giving a blow-by-blow, day-by-day report, I just want to keep it short and readable. So, I am breaking it up into "The Good", "The Mediocre", and "The Ugly".

We drove down on Friday/Saturday from Virginia, in spite of the forecast and impending threat of Hurricane Irma. More than a few people questioned our sanity or wisdom in doing so. But here was our thinking:

1. We really needed a vacation, and my wife was supposed to be at a conference at the Ritz-Carlton on Amelia Island (outside of Jacksonville) on Friday/Saturday, the 15th and 16th of September. We had annual passes, and enough DVC points to pay for a room at OKW from Sat - Thursday. So, my wife's work would pay for gas to and from Jacksonville, and two nights at the Ritz-Carlton. DVC points would cover the hotel at Disney, and annual passes get us into the park. So, our only outlay would be the hotel nights on the way down and back, and whatever food/souvenirs we buy. That's a pretty cheap vacation.

2. The hurricane was either going to go up the middle of Florida, weakening considerably, or go up one of the coasts, meaning that Orlando wouldn't get the full fury of the storm. Orlando is not prone to flooding, and is not on a river, nor are they any huge lakes with levy's (think Lake Ponchartrain). Plus, Disney is very well prepared for these kinds of events.

So, we figured if we could get to Orlando, we wouldn't have any problems. We packed extra water and gas, just in case, and headed down.

So, here's "The Good":

1. Traffic! It was amazing (for obvious reasons). Fastest trip down, ever.

2. No lines! The day before the hurricane, and the entire week after, the parks were relatively light. We rarely used our fast passes, and pretty much walked on to everything. The only time we had to wait more than 10 minutes for anything was the Navi River Journey. We waited about 25 minutes for that ride. We even walked up to Be Our Guest on Tuesday to see if we could get in for breakfast, and they let us right in. ADR's were easy to come by, as well.

3. Disney's Hurricane service. They do a good job keeping spirits up at the resorts. They had boxed meals available for very reasonable prices ($6/person) that you could either eat there at the restaurant, or take back to your room. Our A/C was actually out on Saturday evening, and when I called to report it on Sunday morning I totally expected them to say that they didn't have anyone available (thinking that they would all be involved in hurricane prep) and that they would have to move us. But no, they sent engineering right over, and our A/C was restored within 30 minutes. It was awesome. They also had Mickey, Pluto, Chip, and Dale over in the main buildings just wandering around, cheering people up. Go to YouTube and search for "Dale Does Algebra".
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Irma at WDW Trip Report - The Good

intercot.com - Mon, 2017-09-18 14:31
Rather than giving a blow-by-blow, day-by-day report, I just want to keep it short and readable. So, I am breaking it up into "The Good", "The Mediocre", and "The Ugly".

We drove down on Friday/Saturday from Virginia, in spite of the forecast and impending threat of Hurricane Irma. More than a few people questioned our sanity or wisdom in doing so. But here was our thinking:

1. We really needed a vacation, and my wife was supposed to be at a conference at the Ritz-Carlton on Amelia Island (outside of Jacksonville) on Friday/Saturday, the 15th and 16th of September. We had annual passes, and enough DVC points to pay for a room at OKW from Sat - Thursday. So, my wife's work would pay for gas to and from Jacksonville, and two nights at the Ritz-Carlton. DVC points would cover the hotel at Disney, and annual passes get us into the park. So, our only outlay would be the hotel nights on the way down and back, and whatever food/souvenirs we buy. That's a pretty cheap vacation.

2. The hurricane was either going to go up the middle of Florida, weakening considerably, or go up one of the coasts, meaning that Orlando wouldn't get the full fury of the storm. Orlando is not prone to flooding, and is not on a river, nor are they any huge lakes with levy's (think Lake Ponchartrain). Plus, Disney is very well prepared for these kinds of events.

So, we figured if we could get to Orlando, we wouldn't have any problems. We packed extra water and gas, just in case, and headed down.

So, here's "The Good":

1. Traffic! It was amazing (for obvious reasons). Fastest trip down, ever.

2. No lines! The day before the hurricane, and the entire week after, the parks were relatively light. We rarely used our fast passes, and pretty much walked on to everything. The only time we had to wait more than 10 minutes for anything was the Navi River Journey. We waited about 25 minutes for that ride. We even walked up to Be Our Guest on Tuesday to see if we could get in for breakfast, and they let us right in. ADR's were easy to come by, as well.

3. Disney's Hurricane service. They do a good job keeping spirits up at the resorts. They had boxed meals available for very reasonable prices ($6/person) that you could either eat there at the restaurant, or take back to your room. Our A/C was actually out on Saturday evening, and when I called to report it on Sunday morning I totally expected them to say that they didn't have anyone available (thinking that they would all be involved in hurricane prep) and that they would have to move us. But no, they sent engineering right over, and our A/C was restored within 30 minutes. It was awesome. They also had Mickey, Pluto, Chip, and Dale over in the main buildings just wandering around, cheering people up. Go to YouTube and search for "Dale Does Algebra".
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DIS Unplugged Podcast – 09/17/17 – Disneyland Show

disunplugged.com - Mon, 2017-09-18 14:00
In the news this week, big changes are coming to Anna & Elsa’s Boutique, one of the Imagineers behind Pirates of the Caribbean passes away, Snoopy extends his stay at Knott’s Berry Farm and the team discusses the new Halloween Time offerings at California Adventure, plus in a salute to fantasy football, the team holds [...]
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Disney springs

intercot.com - Mon, 2017-09-18 05:24
Is more than one location at disney springs to be picked up by the resort buses.

Thanks
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