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It's called club cool and it is located in future world.
Liberty tree - dinner, California grill - splurge but great to watch fireworks, narcoossee - also great for fireworks, Hollywood brown derby- their Cobb salad and grapefruit cake are amazing. Yak and yeti - sit down lunch.
We are dvc members as well. Animal kingdom is our home resort. Next week is our 1 year membership anniversary!
I don't know about cost, but they are pretty large! You could probably split one between 2 people. Also you can arrange to have a cake made for you through Disney dining (though this may be costly)
We are food fanatics so we picked what park to be at based on what days I could get reservations at the places we wanted to eat
I did this for our vacation in October (3 out of 4 of us were first timers) and the boys made so much fun of me for it before we left. Once we arrived they realized it saved us a lot of time, and kept us from standing around
48 days till Disney cruise 52 till wdw.
Saved us a ton of time at check in, also we arrived way before "check in time" but our rooms were ready since they knew we would be arriving early due to online check in
We loved liberty tree, brown derby, narcoossee (you can watch the fireworks from here as well, awesome view and they pipe in the music. Kona cafe for breakfast. Yak and yeti. All really tasty
Ate there our last trip very tasty! Good show as well much more entertaining than Benihana. @tom there was PLENTY of food without eating the rice. Veggies plus your meat choice. I only ate half my rice because I was so full!
Ate at yak and yeti today, highly recommend. Also Hollywood brown derby. Also liberty tree tavern. All super yummy.
I agree! We're here doing deluxe dining right now and it feels like we have eaten SO much! Unless you plan on doing a LOT of 2 credit meals it's not worth it. It's a TON of food. Not just meal wise but also amount per meal. I wish there was a between plan with 2 table service meals and 2 snacks a day.
They installed the rf id lock on our door yesterday just as we were getting to our room. It works great, I don't know about the wristband though, I hate things on my wrist. Guess it would be much harder to loose.
Diz also made a good point. We also are not doing parks with magic hours each day. But for another reason. We love to eat and so we often plan where we will spend our days based on what dining times work best for us at the restaurants we must do. So it really depends on what your priority for your trip is.
Check out easywdw.com they have a whole calendar breakdown of which parks are best which days
That was my guess too... Thanks. I was hoping someone would have some experience. The Disney website wasn't very helpful and I would prefer not to waste time trying to take care of this
Emoji app, only works for i devices but if you can see them you should be able to get them
27.... Which is 27 too long! I've been trying not to start packing๐ but I am really tempted
We went this last January, so much fun! It was seriously the best vacation ever! My advice is pick at least one excursion to go on. Also, (if you are all adults or are ok with leaving the kiddos at "camp") go to palo or remy for dinner. It was probably the best meal I've ever had.