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Old 03-14-2013, 09:30 PM   #931
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Truffle Mac and Cheese deserves it’s own trip report. Its like nirvana in a bowl. The server brought us this huge bowl which we all polished off. If you ever go to Club 33, do not miss this.

Alison ordered a glass of red with lunch.

We thoroughly enjoyed the food. It was all amazing. We knew we all wanted dessert so at some point I had to wrap my lamb up. Sadee and Fran both had lobster leftover. Lobster isn’t something you really want to schlep around or eat leftover so Sunni, their kitty, feasted that night. Sunni feasting on lobster isn’t even the best part. The best part is Fran bringing her own baggies. She’s a woman after my own heart. If you recall my overly stuffed fridge and shelves at the beginning of this report, I think you’ll see some baggies. I brought both gallon and sandwich so when I saw Fran whip out the baggies, I was very impressed. The boxes they bring are rather bulky and not practical to carry around. Next time, I’m bringing baggies!



Dessert was next. Alison and her chocolate martini:





That martini looked delicious and if I wasn’t so intent on stuffing myself further on solid food, I would have ordered one.



Joshua really wanted the Club 33 cookies I had shown him online prior to lunch. They didn’t have them on our day but they did have insanely good eclairs and cookies that I was able to take home:



Our server noticed Sadee’s birthday and brought this out. She apologized once she saw my button but in all honesty we were totally stuffed and couldn’t finish this adorable little Mickey Mousse:



After dessert Alison grabbed some fruit which sounded crazy as we were so stuffed but it acted as sort of a wake-me-up from my food coma. Brilliant and so good, fresh and sweet:



Our sweet server showed up with 4 new pens for me to take home. It was very sweet. I know they give them out but I found it thoughtful nonetheless.

After we paid the bill, it was time to check out the goodie case and take some more photos. Out of the case, I bought 2 hats, a pin, a coffee mug, and a shot glass.

Get ready for way too many photos:











We walked down the stairs....



here comes the lift.....





Tadaaaaa:



I had such a lovely lunch with wonderful people. It was everything I thought it would be and more.



To be continued.......




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Old 03-14-2013, 10:27 PM   #932
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Looks like a wonderful meal in a really special place with some wonderful and special friends!

Club 33 is on my bucket list....maybe someone I'll meet someone with connections! I've been inside the door on a tour but am dying to go upstairs!

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Oh it looks like you all had a wonderful time! How nice to make 2D friends into 3D friends! I am so happy for you!
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A little late to your updates. Very nice pictures of the first day of your trip and staying at the DLH.

Glad to hear that you had a birthday at Club 33 with Sadee, Alison and Fran. All of your pictures are very nice.
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Old 03-14-2013, 11:53 PM   #935
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Awesome updates! I can help you out with one thing....

Here is the menu



We actually ordered the bowl of truffle Mac & Cheese. For whatever reason, some of the servers used to bring it gratis, now they charge you for it and put it on the menu so everyone knows to order it.

I love the picture of Fran coming out of the Lift! It's also so nice to see her smiling and feeling good. Quite a change from the past two years, and very refreshing!

When you come for Spring break maybe one of the nights we could join you for dinner somewhere and we could crack a few bottles from my wine cellar. I know you plan on spending most nights with your friend, but we would love to go out one of the nights and get together if you can spare the time.
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I'm in nirvana. Loving the pictures and I'm sitting here with the biggest smile on my face. It looks like a great time was had by everyone .... and the food porn was delicious!

(Running off to get something to clean my screen now).
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Looks like a wonderful meal in a really special place with some wonderful and special friends!

Club 33 is on my bucket list....maybe someone I'll meet someone with connections! I've been inside the door on a tour but am dying to go upstairs!

Jill in CO

It was very special, thank you. The whole trip was fantastic and full of good friends. I think our girlfriends are our real soulmates. I was able to meet new friends, introduce friends, and also be with some of my oldest and dearest friends.



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Oh it looks like you all had a wonderful time! How nice to make 2D friends into 3D friends! I am so happy for you!

Thank you! I still feel like I have perma grin when talking or thinking about it.

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A little late to your updates. Very nice pictures of the first day of your trip and staying at the DLH.

Glad to hear that you had a birthday at Club 33 with Sadee, Alison and Fran. All of your pictures are very nice.

Thanks Bret. It was one of the best Disney days ever.

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Awesome updates! I can help you out with one thing....

Here is the menu


Thanks! The buffet bar was awesome too. I could rip into some of those little crab claws right now and it's only 5 am. Sadee said that that was her best trip to Disneyland and California and that you and Fran were so nice, good people.

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That's right. It was unreal. And it had nicely sized truffle shavings not just little sprinkles. I can't believe they only charge $9. That's got to be the best food deal in all of Disneyland. A corn dog is $6.

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She looks great. I can email you any of those to show her. I'm not sure if she reads these reports so I'd be happy to email any of them if she wants to see them.

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When you come for Spring break maybe one of the nights we could join you for dinner somewhere and we could crack a few bottles from my wine cellar. I know you plan on spending most nights with your friend, but we would love to go out one of the nights and get together if you can spare the time.

Of course! I was going to see what your plans were as it gets closer. I'll have my kids but they're great and not shy; well behaved but not shy. What evening between Tuesday and Thursday looks best for you? Where should we go? I'm sure there are so many restaurants I have forgotten about. And Gabby can drive so I'll be able to have a glass of wine or two.


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I'm in nirvana. Loving the pictures and I'm sitting here with the biggest smile on my face. It looks like a great time was had by everyone .... and the food porn was delicious!

(Running off to get something to clean my screen now).

The food was delicious. My lamb came with these little potatoes that were light enough to enhance the flavor of the lamb without being an overwhelming side dish. I didn't touch the breads area on the buffet. And I didn't eat near enough dessert. The cheesecake on a stick was divine. And I should have tried the creme brûlée. I ended up brining the macaroon home and it was so good. Joshua shared the chocolate ear. Our birthday mousse was the best I've had.

It really was fun and the two hours flew by.





I have a little more of the day to post but not a ton. Hopefully I'll get to that this weekend.



Now back to Spring Break. I'm really not loving being booked at the Plaza in Vegas. Any other downtown or Fremont recommendations? Has anyone here stayed at the Hardrock in Vegas? I know the Friday before Easter is going to be full of young partiers on the Strip but the reviews of the Plaza and the homeless population has me a little hesitant. I work with the homeless so it's not for the reasons you may think. It actually makes me quite sad and I have great empathy for this population. I just don't want to wear my therapist/social work hat during our one night in Vegas. I also don't want to spend a ton on a Strip hotel or deal with the traffic.

Any thought to Vegas hotels? Maybe a convention center one?

I'm also thinking of using my points to get a standard room at the DLH for our one Disneyland/DCA day. Check in is 3:00 which would be right about the time we generally hit our wall. We could leave the parks about 2:00 and take a nice long break before dinner. The points for even a standard room are just ridiculous though. A standard view room at the DLH is 45 points. It's 33 points for a standard at the PPH and the GCH is out of the question. My kids really didn't love the PPH but that was after we stayed a few nights at the GCV. It's since been refurbed and if they a great job like they did with the DLH refurb, I'd be interested in trying it. Of course this is all dependent on availability which could be nil. A close by off site hotel is an option too but I'm spoiled and don't love offsite. Any close offsite recommendations? My friend is only 20 minutes away so a midday break at her house is also an option but I've timed it and am thinking it would take a good hour each way between leaving, the tram, parking etc...

Can I use the valet at the hotels if I'm not staying the night? If I leave and come back, is my valet ticket for that day still good or will I have to pay the $22 again?

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Old 03-15-2013, 08:45 AM   #938
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I really enjoyed reading about your girl's birthday trip. How wonderful to stick your toes in the ocean and then fall asleep with fireworks bursting on the headboard over your head. That is just so cool. And kudos on getting your room choice. It looks perfect.

I have never been to DL, but I really enjoy seeing the pictures of it. It looks like such a great park.

Carsland also looks really amazing. I hope to see it for myself someday.

Your lunch at 33 - well there are really no words. What a fabulous dining experience.
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I really enjoyed reading about your girl's birthday trip. How wonderful to stick your toes in the ocean and then fall asleep with fireworks bursting on the headboard over your head. That is just so cool. And kudos on getting your room choice. It looks perfect.

I have never been to DL, but I really enjoy seeing the pictures of it. It looks like such a great park.

Carsland also looks really amazing. I hope to see it for myself someday.

Your lunch at 33 - well there are really no words. What a fabulous dining experience.



The headboard really was so amazing! I know I drink the kool-aid but even my friend was in awe. Carsland is pretty cool and we'll get in depth there in just 15 days! I'm so excited! Kids are bouncing off the walls.

I love the beach too. I've told the kids I want have of my ashes (even though we don't cremate ) in Disneyland and half at the beach.

Disneyland is amazing. I love WDW but Disneyland is the best of the US disney parks.....to me anyway. You can really feel the spirit of Walt Disney there.

Lunch was superb. I hardly have the words and really didn't do the experience justice. For sure a Disney highlight for me.
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Thanks for sharing. Club 33 really looks amazing. I was glad to see that you can get the Macaroni Cheese with any entry for a small upcharge. My all time favourite meal is a nice steak with Macaroni Cheese. The Chateaubriand with a side of Macaroni Cheese sounds like a match made it heaven.

You also helped me make up my mind about something else. I have two nights waitlisted at VGC for September, but I am under no illusion that my chances are slim for the waitlist to come through. I was not sure if I should go for Paradise Pier or Disneyland Hotel as an alternative. Having seen the photos of your room, I will go for Disneyland Hotel if I don't get lucky on the waitlist.

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Thanks for sharing. Club 33 really looks amazing. I was glad to see that you can get the Macaroni Cheese with any entry for a small upcharge. My all time favourite meal is a nice steak with Macaroni Cheese. The Chateaubriand with a side of Macaroni Cheese sounds like a match made it heaven.

You also helped me make up my mind about something else. I have two nights waitlisted at VGC for September, but I am under no illusion that my chances are slim for the waitlist to come through. I was not sure if I should go for Paradise Pier or Disneyland Hotel as an alternative. Having seen the photos of your room, I will go for Disneyland Hotel if I don't get lucky on the waitlist.

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The Disneyland Hotel is amazing. The rooms are beautiful. They do have the mini fridge like the GCV studios but no microwave. With only a night I wasn't concerned about any of that. The light up headboard plays music and its just so cool. We must have flipped the switch no less than 20 times. I hope you get your waitlist but if not you won't be disappointed.

That Mac n cheese is killer. I can't even imagine how insane it is with steak?
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We have yet to use the microwave at any of the DVC resorts we stayed at. Now, the fridge is a different matter. We are only going to stay for two nights as well. Of course, if we do stay at Disneyland Hotel DH does not have far to walk for breakfast at Steakhouse 55.

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Oh Man! I can't believe that I let life get in the way of your update.

Everything looked wonderful, what an amazing day you've had so far! So cool to meet Dis Friends in really life, especially at a place like Club 33!

As far as your spring break trip goes, I can't help you out with Vegas as we've only ever stayed on the strip. But at DL when we've stayed off site we've gone to the HoJo's and loved it, for the price. Not sure you'd get a room there at this point though and it is a bit of a walk.

We stayed at PPH once and I'm not sure we'd do it again, not much in the way of magic happening there for us.
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I haven't been there, is there breakfast good? Now I'm going to have to look on Allears for the menu.

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Oh Man! I can't believe that I let life get in the way of your update.

Everything looked wonderful, what an amazing day you've had so far! So cool to meet Dis Friends in really life, especially at a place like Club 33!

As far as your spring break trip goes, I can't help you out with Vegas as we've only ever stayed on the strip. But at DL when we've stayed off site we've gone to the HoJo's and loved it, for the price. Not sure you'd get a room there at this point though and it is a bit of a walk.

We stayed at PPH once and I'm not sure we'd do it again, not much in the way of magic happening there for us.

I didn't love the PPH either. I know some folks love it and maybe I'll like it more as its also been refurbs, at least the rooms have, but we were so unimpressed last time. The service and room were not up to Disney standards in my opinion. We also stayed a night after we stayed 3 at the GCV so that have also unfairly influenced my opinion.

I've stayed at the HoJo and it was good. The walk feels like forever though. We've stayed at a few good neighbor hotels. I have friends who love the Fairfield which is right next to the HoJo I believe. My other friend loves the Embassy Suites. We've done the Hilton Garden Inn too. My friend shares her Marriott/Hilton friends and family code and remember we got it with free hot breakfast and for pretty cheap. It wasn't within walking distance though.

Where do you like to stay on the Strip? I'm trying to save a little cash but I'm open to anywhere. I'm totally not loving the Plaza even with the refurbed rooms. I think I'm too old to appreciate Vegas Spring Break especially with kids. When we took the kids to One Direction last summer it was the daisy glow feat rave thing. OMG I've never seen so many wasted girls being carried out of places.

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I haven't. Don't you have it in one of your reports? I'm going to find their site. It's not on Fremont or the Strip, right?

Can you recall the name of the hotel/casino on the north side of Vegas? Buffalo Bills is south of Vegas on the NV/CA state line. I'm thinking the other way. We could also stay in St. George or Mesquite I guess. I can't decide. Mesquite used to be a fun little gaming town with a cool casino/hotel called The Casablanca. They had another huge motel like resort called the Oasis but once the Oasis went under, the whole town followed suit. Sad because it was fun and that's where we'd be staying.
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