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Old 07-29-2012, 01:03 AM   #61
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If it is on one reservation everyone has to do the same thing... If there are different reservations than it can be different.
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If you folks want one of the DDPs then we will need to book a separate studio and one bedroom not guaranteeing we will be anywhere near each other. That's OK, if you want a dining plan that's fine. We just can't eat that much. We usually split a dessert IF we order them, so the DDP makes no sense for us, the only way it would work is if we planned to eat at a buffet every night and have our breakfast and lunch at at CS and we would split both meals. We don't usually eat three big meals a day, splitting to CS meals for breakfast and lunch and having a TS for dinner would be three big meals a day.

We normally start with a yogurt or English Muffin for breakfast, a larger meal at lunch and a fairly reasonable dinner, Disney meals are way larger than we ever plan on eating at home, so we usually split them. I don't know how people eat on the dining plan! I would never eat that much!
Alison - We don't eat that much either. And with the DP priced the way it is, and with DS priced as an adult, we are talking about $150+ per day for the 3 of us. The last time I looked at the comparison, I think it was getting borderline value for us and assuming it goes up again next year, I doubt that the equation will get any better.

We like oatmeal, fruit and yoghurt, toast etc for breakfast. Whilst we are happy to do a character buffet breakfast and a couple of dinners, I suspect that I'm leaning more towards paying for meals OOP.


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Well you have until 11 months prior to make the first reservation, then I can modify it until availability is gone.....
It looks like everyone is planning on getting there around the 2nd. We can tweak our plans between NY and UA so that we check into WDW on the 2nd as well.


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Nice plans, DL, NYC, WDW and Aulani! I agree I think you need to stop and relax at Aulani too.
I'm really not sure about Aulani. I would like to go see it and check it out for a daytrip; but I'll need to research it a little more to see if we really want to stay there and/or pay the money.
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Alison - We don't eat that much either. And with the DP priced the way it is, and with DS priced as an adult, we are talking about $150+ per day for the 3 of us. The last time I looked at the comparison, I think it was getting borderline value for us and assuming it goes up again next year, I doubt that the equation will get any better.

We like oatmeal, fruit and yoghurt, toast etc for breakfast. Whilst we are happy to do a character buffet breakfast and a couple of dinners, I suspect that I'm leaning more towards paying for meals OOP.
We definitely pay OOP, we may or may not get the TIW card. It will depend on whether or not we have a lot of group meals. We are looking at a 2012 October trip and a 2013 trip, but probably Aulani (if anything) in between, so the TIW card will only make sense if we have a few big meals in the 2013 trip. In 2012 we are doing mostly kiosks and special dining events, so it would depend on if we were doing large party dining if we got the TIW card, but I'm not sure it would return it's investment.
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Crap’s ex-boss was the general manager of the Warwick, so we stayed there. I loved it there. Unfortunately, she no longer works there, but I would still stay there again (without a discount). If you itinerary works out, you are combining four of my six next trips. After the cruise, I want to go to Disneyland, one of the overseas Disneylands, Disneyworld, New York and Hawaii all at different times though. That is going to be one amazing trip. I am looking forward to the report. You are going to have an awesome mega trip!!!!

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We definitely pay OOP, we may or may not get the TIW card. It will depend on whether or not we have a lot of group meals. We are looking at a 2012 October trip and a 2013 trip, but probably Aulani (if anything) in between, so the TIW card will only make sense if we have a few big meals in the 2013 trip. In 2012 we are doing mostly kiosks and special dining events, so it would depend on if we were doing large party dining if we got the TIW card, but I'm not sure it would return it's investment.
Lets see where our planning gets to and if you/we decide on a few meals. I suspect that if the kiosk food is reasonable at F&W, we may well end up doing a few dinner grazes there.


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Crap’s ex-boss was the general manager of the Warwick, so we stayed there. I loved it there. Unfortunately, she no longer works there, but I would still stay there again (without a discount). If you itinerary works out, you are combining four of my six next trips. After the cruise, I want to go to Disneyland, one of the overseas Disneylands, Disneyworld, New York and Hawaii all at different times though. That is going to be one amazing trip. I am looking forward to the report. You are going to have an awesome mega trip!!!!

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That's a long wait and I still have to get through the PTR first!

I'll wait to see what is on NYC next year before deciding.
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Friday night non-routine Date Night



Aside from being the end of the week, Friday or Flyday tends to be a day where I get a couple of hours of "bachelorette" life. DS is enrolled in extracurricular activity and DH takes him. The timing is such that there really isn't any point in me getting home before 8.30 pm if I choose not to.

Not that I have a big party-rette Flyday lifestyle but I do take the opportunity to catch up with work friends over happy hour drinks once in a while.
(For the record - I am a one-pot screamer; about 1/2 glass of wine will set me comatose. So, I tend to stick with the non-alcoholic drinks more than anything else. I have been known to mix my soft-drinks!).


Last Friday night was an exception. DH called me up at work earlier in the week and it turned out that DH wanted a 'date night' with me.
DH wanted to head to a jazz club in the city...there was a local jazz singer playing that night. He wanted to book a table; starting time was 9.30 pm. He'd arranged from his mother to babysit DS and was expecting to get into the city no earlier than 9 pm.

Yeah. Right. I can smell a rat from waaaay off. But I went along with the suggestion.


The jazz club is located in the centre of town and I figured that there was no point me heading home only to head back into town almost immediately. Effectively, that left me with about 3 - 4 hours worth of time to kill.

And I knew exactly what I was going to do with that time.


The Concert Hall in Melbourne, Hamer Hall, has been undergoing a major refurbishment over the last 2 years. Coincidentally, the work at Hamer Hall has been completed and there were all sorts of re-opening free events and concerts from Thursday last week to mark the occasion.

I took the opportunity to go check it out on Friday night.

Hamer Hall is the building illuminated in blue.





I have no idea what that flower thing is....there was no accompanying plaque or information; aside from a 'Thanks Melbourne' sign somewhere on one of the flowers.



The foyer area had been completely refurbed with new carpet. There were a few more escalators inside than I remember; but that’s a good thing as I figure they will help clear the crowds better.





Structurally, there was no change to the hallways inside. I’m not sure I like the faux leather look on the walls; but it really isn’t my house.










It was early evening...and the bars were all set up for the evening's event. I even had a couple of waiters fall over themselves to offer me a drink.





I’m guessing that there will be a jazz type band here for pre-show entertainment.






I could see that the proper guests were starting to arrive and whilst it wasn’t a crime to be in the foyer, I figured it was time for me to head on out.


The Hall sits on the South Bank of the Yarra River, with the Arts Centre right next to it (The Arts Centre is the building that the spire sits on top). It certainly looks great to see it again....after the last couple of years of ugly construction. I’m particularly pleased with how this side of the Hall has been opened up so that people can spill out to the river bank. They have also put in a few more restaurants and cafés on this side; so it will be very pleasant to have a drink on a balmy summer’s night out here.





I took a look at the setting sun…it was time to keep going!






I had arranged to meet a work colleague for dinner. She was also flying solo on this night with her partner away for his work function.

Our dinner? We went to a cheap hole-in-the-wall place in the city. It served Indonesian food and we shared a Seafood Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice)…






….Pecel Ketupat, warm vegetables with a peanut sauce (rather like a Gado Gado but not quite) and a pressed rice cake…

CAUTION! Definitely contains traces of nuts in this shot.







…and we both had a Chendol to drink; shaved ice with (green) rice drops, jackfruit, coconut milk and sugar syrup.






My friend and I had planned an outing for the night. We had decided that we needed to do some time and hard labour.



The Old Melbourne Gaol was built in the 1840’s and was still in operation through to the early 1920’s. For a country where the convicts from England were sent, the conditions in the gaols here were harsh. The Gaol runs night tours during the week and Friday night. The Friday night tour is The Hangman’s Tour. I was to find out that the tour was held almost in complete darkness, with only the Hangman walking us through the gaol with a candle. The tour talked about how hangings (there were 133 of them in total) and floggings were carried out in the gaol; plus some of the infamous inmates.
We were allowed to take pictures after the tour, when they turned the lights on. This might give you an indication of how dark it would have been in there…pre-electricity.






There really was no more light than this during the time I was there!






The scaffold is located on the second level. That room behind the trap lever is where the hangmen stayed for a week prior to the hanging. Apparently, one of the hangmen decided to take their own life after about 3 nights in the ‘cell’; rather than staying another 4!





The condemned were dressed like this, with their arms tied behind their backs.






Cells of this size held up to 4 people. But when it was first built, these cells were pretty much for confining prisoners for 23 hours in the day...in solitude!






There were a number of death masks for various hanged prisoners. This one is Frederick Deeming….






….believed by some to be Jack the Ripper.






Afterwards, I said goodbye to my friend and met DH and we headed down to the jazz club. DH and I used to go see live music a fair bit when we were dating and it has been quite a while since we’ve gone to a club. We stopped because we didn’t enjoy passive smoking.






Thankfully, smoking is no longer permitted in closed environments! So we had a very pleasant evening enjoying the music.

I figure that this club has a maximum capacity of about 50 people and with the stage right there, it was a very intimate venue.

And I saw why DH wanted to come check out this singer….slammin’..er…voice.








All in all, a thoroughly enjoyable date night!

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Sounds like a wonderful date night, and her voice looked amazing from here too...
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Sounds like a great night! I hope we will be able to get out and enjoy some of our own fun and romantic nights.
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I am all caught up. Different kind of tour. Date nights are always good! Glad your date night was not in the museum.
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Sounds like a wonderful date night, and her voice looked amazing from here too...
There is that.


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Sounds like a great night! I hope we will be able to get out and enjoy some of our own fun and romantic nights.
I hope you get some fun and romantic nights too. You two deserve it.



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I did try to entice DH to go to the prison with me. I don't know why....he refused.


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I haven't been to Cars Land yet but I have a set of Cars Land fridge magnets!



Look what I scored this week!






Aren't they great?



This week, I had the pleasure of a DisMeet....right here in Melbourne! In fact, right in my home.


Skier_Pete and I have been friends-in-a-box for the last 2 years. We first crossed paths when we were planning our trips in October 2010 and we’ve been lurking on each other’s PTRs and TRs ever since. Admittedly, Skier_Pete gets to go to WDW much more regularly than me….but still….for his 2 WDW trips, I’ve seen his hand with 1 to DLR and 1 to HK(DL).


And then Skier_Pete wandered into the Aussie section of the Boards and posted that he and his family were coming to Australia! We loosely arranged a DisMeet and I know I’ve been outgunned THIS time. Afterall, planning a trip to Australia beats planning a dinner menu for a DisMeet….anyday…anybook….anywhere.



My menu?

I was naturally cooking Asian and there was going to be rice and spice involved.


My dishes:

1. Sambal Shrimp.






2. Slow roasted beef ribs, marinated in soya, sugar, garlic, spring onions.






3. Chicken tenderloins, dipped in egg and then spiced flour and baked in the oven.






It was originally meant to be Sweet and Sour chicken; but I thought it was prudent to leave the sauce on the side…just in case Skier_Pete’s DD wanted it plain. Turned out to be a very good move.

The sauce.






4. Stir fry vegetables with shrimp. The sauce is made from oyster and soya sauce. This is another dish my pesky-vegetarian DH can eat.







This was my plate of food. The first helping, at least.







I did offer to whip up a chocolate self-saucing pudding for dessert; but as everyone had second helpings for dinner, we settled on fruit.

Fruit….and some vanilla cupcakes with buttercream icing.







We spent the evening chatting and getting to know each other in 3D. As with all the DisMeets I’ve ever been to, conversation with Skier_Pete just picked up from where we left off on the Dis. Although, we spent most of the evening talking more about real life than Dis(ney) life.



I had a great time getting to know Skier_Pete better and also to meet his lovely DW and DD. I hope to keep the friendship going, not just on the Dis; but also with the occasional 3D meets in the future.


Before they left, we took pictures. Here’s one of the two Dis-sers.






I have pictures of the families and I’ll have to check with Skier_Pete if he’s happy for me to post it. I suspect that the two family picture will probably end up on his TR, rather than here.


In the meantime, I have a lovely set of Cars Land fridge magnets to look at…and to dream…everytime I open that fridge. Thanks for the magnets, Pete!!




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Look what I scored this week!






Aren't they great?



This week, I had the pleasure of a DisMeet....right here in Melbourne! In fact, right in my home.


Skier_Pete and I have been friends-in-a-box for the last 2 years. We first crossed paths when we were planning our trips in October 2010 and we’ve been lurking on each other’s PTRs and TRs ever since. Admittedly, Skier_Pete gets to go to WDW much more regularly than me….but still….for his 2 WDW trips, I’ve seen his hand with 1 to DLR and 1 to HK(DL).


And then Skier_Pete wandered into the Aussie section of the Boards and posted that he and his family were coming to Australia! We loosely arranged a DisMeet and I know I’ve been outgunned THIS time. Afterall, planning a trip to Australia beats planning a dinner menu for a DisMeet….anyday…anybook….anywhere.



My menu?

I was naturally cooking Asian and there was going to be rice and spice involved.


My dishes:

1. Sambal Shrimp.






2. Slow roasted beef ribs, marinated in soya, sugar, garlic, spring onions.






3. Chicken tenderloins, dipped in egg and then spiced flour and baked in the oven.






It was originally meant to be Sweet and Sour chicken; but I thought it was prudent to leave the sauce on the side…just in case Skier_Pete’s DD wanted it plain. Turned out to be a very good move.

The sauce.






4. Stir fry vegetables with shrimp. The sauce is made from oyster and soya sauce. This is another dish my pesky-vegetarian DH can eat.







This was my plate of food. The first helping, at least.







I did offer to whip up a chocolate self-saucing pudding for dessert; but as everyone had second helpings for dinner, we settled on fruit.

Fruit….and some vanilla cupcakes with buttercream icing.







We spent the evening chatting and getting to know each other in 3D. As with all the DisMeets I’ve ever been to, conversation with Skier_Pete just picked up from where we left off on the Dis. Although, we spent most of the evening talking more about real life than Dis(ney) life.



I had a great time getting to know Skier_Pete better and also to meet his lovely DW and DD. I hope to keep the friendship going, not just on the Dis; but also with the occasional 3D meets in the future.


Before they left, we took pictures. Here’s one of the two Dis-sers.






I have pictures of the families and I’ll have to check with Skier_Pete if he’s happy for me to post it. I suspect that the two family picture will probably end up on his TR, rather than here.


In the meantime, I have a lovely set of Cars Land fridge magnets to look at…and to dream…everytime I open that fridge. Thanks for the magnets, Pete!!






Looks like you had a great time! and of course I love the food porn!
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We had a great time. But then, all the DisMeets I've been on are great.

Thanks!
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Sounds like a great time had by all! And how lucky are you, that magnet set is awesome

My, all that food looks delicious!
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