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This time it's OUR trip - day 5

intercot.com - Wed, 2017-06-21 18:54
June 12
We had to be up and out early today, 7:30 am reservations for the Bob Voyage breakfast. We took our car over to the Boardwalk and checked in about ten minutes early. We were seated shortly there after.

This meal starts with a tray of pastries. DH snagged the fruit filled clam and DS was a big fan of the star cookie. The braided croissant was also really good. We got a fruit cup and a parfait. DH had the eggs over polenta which was delicious but heavy. I had the royal brealfast. The steak was perfectly cooked and surprisingly tender. Potatoes were great but I didn't care for texture of the cheese/egg torte.
The character interaction here was fun but DS was a bit overwhelmed by it. He did get all four to sign his book however.

We headed over to the Magic Kingdom parking lot next and encountered quite the line on our way in... and then more lines for the monorail. It was reallllllllly humid today. Despite the waits we were in the park just after opening and headed back to the Jungle Cruise first. Next up was Pirates and then we decided to try to baby swap big thunder mountain. I went first, waiting about 40 minutes, longer then posted. I shouldn't have worried though as DS had found the playground by splash mountain and was having a blast. DH rode next then we all hopped on to the railway.

We only rode to the story book circus entrance and then took the back walkway to tomorrowland. Has this always been a smoking area?! Because yuck we won't make the mistake again. The park was parked but we managed to get onto the people mover without much wait. DS really loved this one. We grabbed a quick lunch in tomorrowland. The heat and crowds were getting to high at this point so we headed back to the monorail. It was a looooong trip back, delay after delay.

When we got back to the resort DS crashed for a nap and DH got a load of laundry going. After resting and cooling down we headed to the bus for Animal Kingdom but we must have just missed one, wait time was 20 minutes. No thank you.

We opted for our car instead and we were at the gates at the same time we would have been picked up at. We had fast passes for flight of passage so we headed into pandora. DH rode first while DS found a shady spot to drive some new cars. With all the preshows it takes a good 30 minutes to ride this. I was up next and just wow. This ride is amazing. I easily get motion sick and this didn't bother me at all. So so so so cool.

By the time we both rode the weather had changed so we half ran to Tiffins for our rivers of light dining package. This meal was fantastic. We shared the curry soup and octopus appetizer. I had the Waygu strip and short rib. The strip was fantastic. The short rib was kind of dry and dissapointing. DH the venison and it was amazing. He hasn't stopped raving about it since. We'll definitely come back here again.

Unfortunately it was stillllll raining. Sigh. We head back to Starbucks to grab coffees and decide what to do. Opted for bugs life. We spent a lot of time exploring the line. DS loved pointing out the animals. Next up was an evening ride on the safari, we saw the hyenas and the lions were up and super active!

We headed back through Asia to get our seats for Rivers of Light. Wow this area is PACKED for this. I'm glad we had the package. We got great seats and DS loved the show. So did we. I can't wait to see this one again. DS fell asleep right as it ended so we set him up in the stroller and decided to back track to pandora just to see the nighttime effects. Using the back walkway from Africa was a nice way to avoid crowds.

Pandora all lit up is really neat and we finally were able to wander a bit without massive crowds. We finally made our way out and back to the car, a very late night!
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Who qualifies for discounted passes?

intercot.com - Wed, 2017-06-21 18:26
My husband and I are DVC members. We have 2 adult children, ages 26 and 21. The older one lives with us and we do not claim him on our taxes (though we may next year if he goes back to school as planned). The younger one is in college and we do claim her on our taxes. When looking at purchasing annual passes for everyone, would either of them qualify for the discounted pass? I kind of assume the younger one will, since she's still in college and our dependent. I assumed the older one would not since he is not our dependent and his name is not on the DVC contract. However, he does live at our same address, and one of the things mentioned when reading about the passes, is that you have to bring a driver's license or ID showing all adults live at the same address when picking up your pass. I'd love it if someone who knew the answer could help me out here....thanks!!
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Who qualifies for discounted passes?

intercot.com - Wed, 2017-06-21 18:26
My husband and I are DVC members. We have 2 adult children, ages 26 and 21. The older one lives with us and we do not claim him on our taxes (though we may next year if he goes back to school as planned). The younger one is in college and we do claim her on our taxes. When looking at purchasing annual passes for everyone, would either of them qualify for the discounted pass? I kind of assume the younger one will, since she's still in college and our dependent. I assumed the older one would not since he is not our dependent and his name is not on the DVC contract. However, he does live at our same address, and one of the things mentioned when reading about the passes, is that you have to bring a driver's license or ID showing all adults live at the same address when picking up your pass. I'd love it if someone who knew the answer could help me out here....thanks!!
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Episode 1569 - Packing

wdwtoday.com - Wed, 2017-06-21 14:00
We talk the essentials and what you're forgetting when packing. Today's show is brought to you by Away Travel. Visit awaytravel.com/wdw20 - use promo code wdw20 for $20 off.
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Recipe: Delicious Pineapple Cream Cheese Spring Rolls) from Pandora – the World of Avatar

TheDisneyBlog.com - Wed, 2017-06-21 11:01

When you travel to Pandora – the World of Avatar the extra-ordinary otherworldly experiences don’t end with the attractions, Disney’s chefs have created corresponding culinary treats that will transport your tastebuds to Pandora too. One of our favorite treats were the very velvety treats the locals call “Pongu Lumpia” but...

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Star Wars Han Solo film replaces directors

TheDisneyBlog.com - Wed, 2017-06-21 01:47

A note from the world of Star Wars today. The co-directors of the untitled Han Solo film have left the production. The film is still expected to make its May 2018 release date, but no new director has been announced yet. “Phil Lord and Christopher Miller are talented filmmakers who...

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Fast Pass Questions

intercot.com - Wed, 2017-06-21 01:28
Just booked my familys fast passes for our trip. was disappointed in the new system as we used to work the old system quite efficiently. my question is that some attractions were out of fast passes for a particular day. does Disney release additional fastpasses
for use and distribution in the park or are all passes usually distributed by the time the day arrives. hope my question is not too confusing.:mickey:
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Fast Pass Questions

intercot.com - Wed, 2017-06-21 01:28
Just booked my familys fast passes for our trip. was disappointed in the new system as we used to work the old system quite efficiently. my question is that some attractions were out of fast passes for a particular day. does Disney release additional fastpasses
for use and distribution in the park or are all passes usually distributed by the time the day arrives. hope my question is not too confusing.:mickey:
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DIS Unplugged Podcast – 06/20/17 – Disney World Show

disunplugged.com - Wed, 2017-06-21 01:22
In this episode, Monorail Blue had a case of the Mondays over this past week, Bob Iger seems pleased with the first year of Shanghai Disneyland, and the Disney Dining Plan will start including specialty non-alcoholic beverages and alcoholic beverages! Want to get in touch? Check out our contact page. Podcasts 06/20/17 – WDW News + [...]
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Fireworks, Parades and Shows...

intercot.com - Tue, 2017-06-20 23:19
I'm travelling with 2 people who really don't have a lot of interest in the above - they are all about the rides. So I really want to do a few this time around, but want to choose the best of the best since I won't be able to drag them to many. We HAVE done Illuminations and Fantasmic years ago, and have seen the Magic Kingdom fireworks from the Cali Grill. Which do you recommend? And I've always kind of wanted to see the electric light pageant from the shore of the Poly - is that work it?
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Fireworks, Parades and Shows...

intercot.com - Tue, 2017-06-20 23:19
I'm travelling with 2 people who really don't have a lot of interest in the above - they are all about the rides. So I really want to do a few this time around, but want to choose the best of the best since I won't be able to drag them to many. We HAVE done Illuminations and Fantasmic years ago, and have seen the Magic Kingdom fireworks from the Cali Grill. Which do you recommend? And I've always kind of wanted to see the electric light pageant from the shore of the Poly - is that work it?
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Rivers of Light

intercot.com - Tue, 2017-06-20 21:37
- Is this a permanent show?
- Will there be a Rivers Of Light Dinner Package available in December?
- If so, when will it come out?
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Rivers of Light

intercot.com - Tue, 2017-06-20 21:37
- Is this a permanent show?
- Will there be a Rivers Of Light Dinner Package available in December?
- If so, when will it come out?
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This time its OUR trip - Day 4

intercot.com - Tue, 2017-06-20 21:15
Day 3
June 11th

Today we were headed back to Hollywood Studios for an 8 am opening. We did a quick breakfast in the room and then headed to the car to head to the studios. Original game plan was RnR and ToT but we opted to ride things with DS first.

This is the first time I can remember being at HS for opening. Tight quarters when they are holding everyone back. When the rope dropped we made our way back to Toy Story Mania (with a whoooooole lot of other folks). Made it on pretty quickly, DS LOVED this one. We hopped right in line to see Buzz and Woody after. Loved all the little photo opts in line at this one. DS however was not terribly impressed with the characters.

After we headed off to the Great Movie Ride. The line for this grew surprisingly fast. Next up was One Man's Dream solely to see the Cars 3 sneak peak. DS is a Cars fanatic and has been watching the trailers on loop so this was super cool for him. We decided to grab lunch at the commissary next and then attempted to make our way to the first Indiana show. Unfortunately it was already only to standing room only and that was not going to happen with a sleepy 2.5 year old. We opted to head out as it was getting hot and crowded. On our way to the car they were actually handing out free bottles of water!

By the time we made it back Saratoga DS was out cold. Carried him up to the room and he settled in for a nap with DH. I finally got around to setting up my new phone with some wine and chocolates on the balcony.

Around 3 or so everyone was refreshed and ready to go. We headed out to Epcot via bus and did Living with the Land. I love this ride. DS does too. When we walked out it was obvious rain, lots of rain, was coming. We hightailed it into the Pixar short show. This was actually really cute. DS was totally enthralled and actually wore his glasses. Pouring rain was continuing on the way out so we jumped in line for the Visa meet and great. DS warmed up a little more to Mickey & Goofy.

Still pouring :( so we opted for nearby Imagination next. We spent some time in the gift shop and DS came out with a new car. The rain didn't show any signs of letting up so we trucked over to Mexico. Did some shopping and the ride. Next up was a FP for Frozen. The line for this is actually really cute and DS, who isn't even a huge Frozen fan, was AMAZED when he saw Olaf. I really liked this ride actually and thought it was nicely done.

By now it was time for our dinner reservation at Via Napoli. While we checked in I checked our confirmation for the Sparkling Illuminations Dessert party later that night. Based on the rain I knew it had to be relocated. I called the number they provided but no information.

We settled into our table (seated next to people from our town, small world). We shared the arranci, fried veggies, a chickpea arugula salad and an individual pie. All really good. As we wrapped up I tried the dessert party number again. No dice. I had heard that the rain location was in the American Pavilion. We really didn't want to walk all the way back to the original location, at the entrance to World Showcase to walk back. Why didn't the phone number tell us where to go??

Unfortunately it was STILL raining. We wandered Japan and then headed over to America. Surely someone had to know where the dessert party was held. Here my annoyance began to take over. First no one knew. Then one woman called someone and said oh yes its here. It starts at 8:15. This didn't sound right since I KNEW it started at 8. Tried the disney reservation line. Nothing. Found a cast member in a suit, he looked important. He didn't know where it would be held but he was positive it wasn't in America :mad:

Since it was now 10 to 8 we decided to walk all the way back to the front and there was a sign directing people to the Odyssey building. I'm still super annoyed the phone number they SAID to call didn't supply this information. Would have saved us a lot of hassle.

One benefit to being inside the Odyssey was there was seating around the stage area. DS grabbed some coloring pages and settled in. Another plus was the guy working the unlimited drink station was generous with his pours. The desserts were nice, the dry location to sit and relax for an hour was worth the money.

About 5 minutes before Illuminations they brought us out to the viewing location. Great spot and the rain had finallllllyyyyy stopped. Illuminations as always was fantastic and this was without a doubt the best view I've ever had. We headed back to the resort after,the location made for an easy exit, and we snagged a bus right away that was almost empty.
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This time its OUR trip - Day 4

intercot.com - Tue, 2017-06-20 21:15
Day 3
June 11th

Today we were headed back to Hollywood Studios for an 8 am opening. We did a quick breakfast in the room and then headed to the car to head to the studios. Original game plan was RnR and ToT but we opted to ride things with DS first.

This is the first time I can remember being at HS for opening. Tight quarters when they are holding everyone back. When the rope dropped we made our way back to Toy Story Mania (with a whoooooole lot of other folks). Made it on pretty quickly, DS LOVED this one. We hopped right in line to see Buzz and Woody after. Loved all the little photo opts in line at this one. DS however was not terribly impressed with the characters.

After we headed off to the Great Movie Ride. The line for this grew surprisingly fast. Next up was One Man's Dream solely to see the Cars 3 sneak peak. DS is a Cars fanatic and has been watching the trailers on loop so this was super cool for him. We decided to grab lunch at the commissary next and then attempted to make our way to the first Indiana show. Unfortunately it was already only to standing room only and that was not going to happen with a sleepy 2.5 year old. We opted to head out as it was getting hot and crowded. On our way to the car they were actually handing out free bottles of water!

By the time we made it back Saratoga DS was out cold. Carried him up to the room and he settled in for a nap with DH. I finally got around to setting up my new phone with some wine and chocolates on the balcony.

Around 3 or so everyone was refreshed and ready to go. We headed out to Epcot via bus and did Living with the Land. I love this ride. DS does too. When we walked out it was obvious rain, lots of rain, was coming. We hightailed it into the Pixar short show. This was actually really cute. DS was totally enthralled and actually wore his glasses. Pouring rain was continuing on the way out so we jumped in line for the Visa meet and great. DS warmed up a little more to Mickey & Goofy.

Still pouring :( so we opted for nearby Imagination next. We spent some time in the gift shop and DS came out with a new car. The rain didn't show any signs of letting up so we trucked over to Mexico. Did some shopping and the ride. Next up was a FP for Frozen. The line for this is actually really cute and DS, who isn't even a huge Frozen fan, was AMAZED when he saw Olaf. I really liked this ride actually and thought it was nicely done.

By now it was time for our dinner reservation at Via Napoli. While we checked in I checked our confirmation for the Sparkling Illuminations Dessert party later that night. Based on the rain I knew it had to be relocated. I called the number they provided but no information.

We settled into our table (seated next to people from our town, small world). We shared the arranci, fried veggies, a chickpea arugula salad and an individual pie. All really good. As we wrapped up I tried the dessert party number again. No dice. I had heard that the rain location was in the American Pavilion. We really didn't want to walk all the way back to the original location, at the entrance to World Showcase to walk back. Why didn't the phone number tell us where to go??

Unfortunately it was STILL raining. We wandered Japan and then headed over to America. Surely someone had to know where the dessert party was held. Here my annoyance began to take over. First no one knew. Then one woman called someone and said oh yes its here. It starts at 8:15. This didn't sound right since I KNEW it started at 8. Tried the disney reservation line. Nothing. Found a cast member in a suit, he looked important. He didn't know where it would be held but he was positive it wasn't in America :mad:

Since it was now 10 to 8 we decided to walk all the way back to the front and there was a sign directing people to the Odyssey building. I'm still super annoyed the phone number they SAID to call didn't supply this information. Would have saved us a lot of hassle.

One benefit to being inside the Odyssey was there was seating around the stage area. DS grabbed some coloring pages and settled in. Another plus was the guy working the unlimited drink station was generous with his pours. The desserts were nice, the dry location to sit and relax for an hour was worth the money.

About 5 minutes before Illuminations they brought us out to the viewing location. Great spot and the rain had finallllllyyyyy stopped. Illuminations as always was fantastic and this was without a doubt the best view I've ever had. We headed back to the resort after,the location made for an easy exit, and we snagged a bus right away that was almost empty.
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Going home!

intercot.com - Tue, 2017-06-20 20:15
My flight leaves for John Wayne airport at 5:20a tomorrow morning. Somehow, managed to snag a villa at Grand Californian for the last 2 nights right at the 7 month mark, and the waitlist came through for the first 2 nights about 6 weeks ago. Middle son and family (but most importantly the 1yo granddaughter) are meeting us there and will be spending those 4 days with us.

Very excited. Get to see MSEP one last time. Saw it for the first time about a week after it opened in 1972.

Steve
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Going home!

intercot.com - Tue, 2017-06-20 20:15
My flight leaves for John Wayne airport at 5:20a tomorrow morning. Somehow, managed to snag a villa at Grand Californian for the last 2 nights right at the 7 month mark, and the waitlist came through for the first 2 nights about 6 weeks ago. Middle son and family (but most importantly the 1yo granddaughter) are meeting us there and will be spending those 4 days with us.

Very excited. Get to see MSEP one last time. Saw it for the first time about a week after it opened in 1972.

Steve
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D-Freak's October 2017 Pre-Trip Report

intercot.com - Tue, 2017-06-20 18:46
So..... here I am, 117 days away from my first ever solo trip to WDW... And I'm not done getting things together... but I have time, right???? So far, hotels are booked as are ADRs... Some changes may still take place... Just need to get my Amtrak ticket (hopefully this week), and theme park passes... Yes, I do think I am going to be a WDW annual passholder again... I stopped because, frankly, I saw such a decline in the parks and felt the price was no longer worth it... BUT, that, in my opinion, has changed!!! And with what we already know is coming, the parks are in for a great turn around... Looking at the golden pass, offered to Florida residents and DVC members... I think it is worth the price, especially since I am heading down in October, with plans for two more additional trips in April 2018 and possible August/September 2018... Those visits will really make the Gold AP worth it for me...

Anyway, let me detail my plans as they currently are scheduled...

October 15th - I will be leaving NJ via Amtrak... Taken Amtrak many times before, and I love it...

October 16th - I will be arriving in Kissimmee and will then pick up my rental car... Just need to get a ride to the hotel where the car rental place is... There are plenty of cabs available, or hopefully my unreliable friend suddenly becomes reliable and picks me up LOL... Once I have my rental car, I'll be driving on over to Animal Kingdom Lodge Kidani Village where I have a Deluxe Studio with a Savanna view booked... I think I requested Sunshine Savanna view, close to the bus... Planning on relaxing then heading to Disney Springs to pick up a sandwich at Earl's and bringing it back to my room, which has now become my new first night tradition...

October 17 - Planning on hitting up Animal Kingdom... Didn't book any theme park dining there... I really like Flame Tree BBQ plus I want to the new place in Pandora, Satu'li Canteen... Hearing good things about the food there... I do have dinner ADRs booked at T-rex... I feel T-Rex is always a must do!!!

October 18 - Making this the first Magic Kingdom day... Booked myself breakfast at Kona Cafe (TONGA TOAST!!!!!!)... I plan on spending the entire day and night here... Want to catch the new nighttime show, Happily Ever After... No dinner ADRs... Counter service at any of their CS places will more than suffice...

October 19 - Planning on this day to be Universal Studios/IOA... Going to buy the 1 day, 2 park ticket... Figured I spend some time in US, hop Hogwarts Express over to IOA, spend some time there, then back to US... Finish the night with Halloween Horror Nights!!! No ADRs booked... Looking to, hopefully, eat at Leaky Cauldron, but Three Broomsticks is a great fall back option...

October 20 - Epcot... I can make a day of this easily... Epcot used to be my 2nd favorite WDW park, but it has really slipped lately... I'm hoping for a renewal, and I hear some decent things about the future... But it is littered with IP and the core mission of Epcot Center is truly dead.... Hoping for the best!!!! Anyways, ADR for lunch at Nine Dragons and ADR dinner at Biergarten... Gotta have my fill of German food!!!! Finish the night off with Illuminations... Ahhhhhhhhhh

October 21 - will be a little hectic I fear... Checking out of Animal Kingdom and into Saratoga Springs, where I have an One bedroom villa waiting for me... I'm going to spend time at Hollywood Studios... Since it is a half day park, and really, it is at the moment, this day is perfect for DHS... No ADRs booked at all this day... Won't dine alone at 50's Prime Time, and I really have no idea if my unreliable friend will be around at all... So not including him and his wife!!! I'll catch Fantasmic as I always do...

October 22 - Second Magic Kingdom day and last theme park day... Going to take my time and take in the surroundings of MK, my favorite WDW park (at the moment)... ADRs for the day: Lunch at BoG and dinner at Jungle Navigation Co LTD Skipper Canteen Dinner... Never ate there, not knowing what to expect, but I have heard it's good...

October 23/24 - Travel days... Leaving Florida on the 23rd and will be home on the 24th...

I'll update and add when plans do change!!!
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D-Freak's October 2017 Pre-Trip Report

intercot.com - Tue, 2017-06-20 18:46
So..... here I am, 117 days away from my first ever solo trip to WDW... And I'm not done getting things together... but I have time, right???? So far, hotels are booked as are ADRs... Some changes may still take place... Just need to get my Amtrak ticket (hopefully this week), and theme park passes... Yes, I do think I am going to be a WDW annual passholder again... I stopped because, frankly, I saw such a decline in the parks and felt the price was no longer worth it... BUT, that, in my opinion, has changed!!! And with what we already know is coming, the parks are in for a great turn around... Looking at the golden pass, offered to Florida residents and DVC members... I think it is worth the price, especially since I am heading down in October, with plans for two more additional trips in April 2018 and possible August/September 2018... Those visits will really make the Gold AP worth it for me...

Anyway, let me detail my plans as they currently are scheduled...

October 15th - I will be leaving NJ via Amtrak... Taken Amtrak many times before, and I love it...

October 16th - I will be arriving in Kissimmee and will then pick up my rental car... Just need to get a ride to the hotel where the car rental place is... There are plenty of cabs available, or hopefully my unreliable friend suddenly becomes reliable and picks me up LOL... Once I have my rental car, I'll be driving on over to Animal Kingdom Lodge Kidani Village where I have a Deluxe Studio with a Savanna view booked... I think I requested Sunshine Savanna view, close to the bus... Planning on relaxing then heading to Disney Springs to pick up a sandwich at Earl's and bringing it back to my room, which has now become my new first night tradition...

October 17 - Planning on hitting up Animal Kingdom... Didn't book any theme park dining there... I really like Flame Tree BBQ plus I want to the new place in Pandora, Satu'li Canteen... Hearing good things about the food there... I do have dinner ADRs booked at T-rex... I feel T-Rex is always a must do!!!

October 18 - Making this the first Magic Kingdom day... Booked myself breakfast at Kona Cafe (TONGA TOAST!!!!!!)... I plan on spending the entire day and night here... Want to catch the new nighttime show, Happily Ever After... No dinner ADRs... Counter service at any of their CS places will more than suffice...

October 19 - Planning on this day to be Universal Studios/IOA... Going to buy the 1 day, 2 park ticket... Figured I spend some time in US, hop Hogwarts Express over to IOA, spend some time there, then back to US... Finish the night with Halloween Horror Nights!!! No ADRs booked... Looking to, hopefully, eat at Leaky Cauldron, but Three Broomsticks is a great fall back option...

October 20 - Epcot... I can make a day of this easily... Epcot used to be my 2nd favorite WDW park, but it has really slipped lately... I'm hoping for a renewal, and I hear some decent things about the future... But it is littered with IP and the core mission of Epcot Center is truly dead.... Hoping for the best!!!! Anyways, ADR for lunch at Nine Dragons and ADR dinner at Biergarten... Gotta have my fill of German food!!!! Finish the night off with Illuminations... Ahhhhhhhhhh

October 21 - will be a little hectic I fear... Checking out of Animal Kingdom and into Saratoga Springs, where I have an One bedroom villa waiting for me... I'm going to spend time at Hollywood Studios... Since it is a half day park, and really, it is at the moment, this day is perfect for DHS... No ADRs booked at all this day... Won't dine alone at 50's Prime Time, and I really have no idea if my unreliable friend will be around at all... So not including him and his wife!!! I'll catch Fantasmic as I always do...

October 22 - Second Magic Kingdom day and last theme park day... Going to take my time and take in the surroundings of MK, my favorite WDW park (at the moment)... ADRs for the day: Lunch at BoG and dinner at Jungle Navigation Co LTD Skipper Canteen Dinner... Never ate there, not knowing what to expect, but I have heard it's good...

October 23/24 - Travel days... Leaving Florida on the 23rd and will be home on the 24th...

I'll update and add when plans do change!!!
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Captain's Grille

intercot.com - Tue, 2017-06-20 18:39
This was one restaurant we dined at every year. I don't know what made me look at the menu, but we were disappointed to see that it has changed. They no longer serve sirloin steak and have prime rib in it's place. I also didn't see the Smore's dessert. :( I guess it's an opportunity to try someplace new!
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