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Old 07-25-2010, 08:28 AM   #61
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No we haven't done that yet, our kids are too small still. However, my DH cannot wait for the day to do one and he said he would love to do the one at Epcot instead of WL.

Do you listen to park music on your computer, and if so what is your favorite station(s)?
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Old 07-25-2010, 08:34 AM   #62
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I have not, but I am going to start listening to Disney music on Pandora.

TNP...Have you ever ridden the Train in MK just to avoid walking places?
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Old 07-25-2010, 12:11 PM   #63
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Yes! Not out of laziness, but to avoid walking through the masses on Main Street, lol.

What are your absolute favorite breakfast, lunch, and dinner dishes at any of Disney's table service restaurants?
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Old 07-26-2010, 01:45 AM   #64
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What are your absolute favorite breakfast, lunch, and dinner dishes at any of Disney's table service restaurants?
Breakfast, it the rare Liberty Tree Tavern breakfast. I like the fruit and meat platters in particular.
Lunch is a lot like dinner menu wise, though when I think of it I don't know that I have had a lunch at a TS.
I really like the steak at the Coral Reef.

TNP.... Where is your favorite character meal? What do you like about the food, the ambience, and the character visits there?
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Old 07-26-2010, 08:36 AM   #65
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I have 2 favorites and must dos for each trip. The first one is Akershus breakfast. The Princesses really take their time at each of the table plus the food is always hot and very very good (absolutely love the cheesy potatoes ). The other meal we really enjoy is Cape May Cafe Breakfast...the food is always hot and fresh, the character interaction is awesome (very relaxed atmosphere) and the service is great. Both places have wonderful atmospheres.



What is your favorite Deluxe, Moderate, and Value resorts and why?
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Old 07-26-2010, 08:37 AM   #66
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princess storybook breakfast. delicious potato casserole and the sweet princesses who are always very accomodating.

how much do you usually tip mousekeeping?
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Old 07-26-2010, 12:34 PM   #67
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What is your favorite Deluxe, Moderate, and Value resorts and why?
Deluxe- Animal Kingdom Lodge: I loved our savannah room's view and the resort's relaxing theme. I also really enjoyed our meals at Boma & Mara.
Moderate- Fort Wilderness: I'm a huge fan of the peaceful outdoors! Plus, I really like the salad bar at Trail's End, the meal/show at HDDR, & their ferry to MK.
Value- All Star Movies: If you can't get in the Disney mood here, then you just need to go home, lol. Their theming is really great & I like the make-your-own salad in the food court.

If you could do any Disney tour, which would it be & why?
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I really don't know much about the tours but from what I have heard Keys to the Kingdom is pretty neat also the backstage of Future World tour looks interesting.

If you could be any Cast Member in Disney what would you like to do and why?
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That's an easy one for me I'd like to "be" sleeping beauty!

TNP: when's the first moment you really feel like you're at disney? (the plane/car), magical express, when entering resort, park etc...
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TNP: when's the first moment you really feel like you're at disney? (the plane/car), magical express, when entering resort, park etc...
The different colored signs at WDW. And if I see a DCL themed bus in Florida.

TNP: What is your favorite Disney song and if from what movie
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I have always been very fond of the Beauty and the Beast Song sung by Mrs. Potts (Tale as old as Time).

What are your favorite CS restaurants in each of the parks?
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MK- Columbia Harbour
Epcot- Sunshine seasons or Yorkshire Fish yuummmm!
MGM- ABC commisionary
AK- Tusker House? (think that's the name)


Do you have a free WDW planning DVD, and if so how often do you watch it?
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Old 07-27-2010, 05:33 PM   #73
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Do you have a free WDW planning DVD, and if so how often do you watch it?
I just got a new one a few weeks ago, but (oddly) I haven't watched it yet. I keep meaning to, but haven't had a chance.


What's your favorite ride/attraction in each park?
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What's your favorite ride/attraction in each park?
MK- Splash Mountain
EPCOT- Soarin'
DHS- ToT
AK- Dinosaur

Do you like to spend some time at Downtown Disney?
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like to spend some time at Downtown Disney?
Yes but a dwindling amount. I'm not sure I will go next time at all. All I really want to do there anymore is ride the Characters in flight since the wind has always shut it down when I've tried. And maybe get a snack or dinner. I'm just all shopped out there.


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