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ericuhhhh
22 year old female. deluxe ap holder. loooove Disneyland. pin trader. favorite rides : splash mountain, toy story midway mania, matterhorn. I also loooove NBC and WALL-E!! :)
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 28.1 #5331 (DL Qual #4682

July 29, 2012 3:20 PM  WDW Talk Land
Hey everyone! not sure where the area to post what I'm going to ask is but I'm from the Disneyland side and I trade pins like the hidden Mickey ones so if anyone from the Florida side would like the Disneyland ones we could trade back and forth and get pins for each other since I can't make it to WDW as much as I wish I could! let me know if ur interested! :)

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March 29, 2012 3:44 PM  WDW Talk Land
coming to WDW for the first time on the 9th! any restaurants I should for sure make reservations at ?? :)
Brown Derby, Le Cellier, Crystal Palace, Cinderellas Royal Table, Tony's, Prime Time...ok now I'm hungry. 😄 - Tinkerbell1265  441.1 #14 3:59PM
Liberty tree tavern - DisneyTim  47.3 #4376 3:46PM
Coral Reef in Epcot & Rainforest Cafe - skcanfield  469.3 #12 1:54PM
California grill during Wishes. The most romantic meal ever, and the food is amazing! - felinefrenzy  15.2 #179 5:19PM

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March 8, 2012 12:07 PM  WDW Talk Land
Visiting WDW next month for the first time from california and i can't wait! any ideas of things I shouldn't miss? and what's the best places to eat with quick service or dining reservations. Its just going to my boyfriend and I. :)
Um. Honestly, for someone like you, seeing MK will be more of a compare/contrast thing with the layout of the park and attractions (Pirates, Mansion, Small World). You can skip Soarin (Queue line is different, DLs queue is better). At MK, eat at Casey's Corner or Cosmic Ray's. Those are my two favorite quick service spots on property. - IndyandMarion  1236.9 #1 12:13PM
Agree with Indy on those QS plus Pecos and Colombia H. House. QS at Epcot..Sunshine Seasons. QS at Animal Kingdom would have to be Flame Tree. Hollywood Studios..I can't help because my kids always pick Pizza Planet. Hope you enjoy your trip! - justGoofin  128.8 #55 12:51PM

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February 24, 2012 2:00 PM  WDW Talk Land
Hey everyone! so im planning a trip for the second week of April. just a few questions. wondering how crowded it is at the time because of spring break and how the weather is? and I'm thinking of staying at buena vista palace and was wondering any opinions. Also any idea where cheap flights are ? coming from los Angeles. Thanks for any help! :)
Hello!  Here's some resources I use to plan.  Touringplans.com has crowd levels and suppose to be accurate.  Weather, I always look at weather.com and the month I'm going and the averages.  Also www.allears.net has a lot of good advice and user reviews so there might be some reviews on Buena Vista Palace there.  Can't help on flights, we drive :) - DizneyGirl  569.8 #8 2:17PM
Agree with dizneygirl about those sights ,only went once in April I think it was towards the middle of the month crowd wise was a little busy ,weather was a little hot that week as for flights we always fly southwest from ny its usually the cheapest and you can bring 2 luggage pp plus carry on ,have fun:) - tracsant  929.8 #2 2:40PM
We just booked our flight from LA through AirTran it was the cheapest for us. But we didn't exactly get the flight times we had hoped for. Just off by landing 3 hours later. Hope this helps. - bellaminnie  264.7 #1072 3:45AM
Also it may not help that we waited to book our flight just three weeks before our trip, and the seat options were slim. - bellaminnie  264.7 #1072 3:47AM
Also it may not help that we waited to book our flight just three weeks before our trip, and the seat options were slim. - bellaminnie  264.7 #1072 3:47AM

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November 16, 2011 10:09 AM  WDW Talk Land
Hello! I just had a few questions. I would really like to plan a trip to WDW and I was wondering if anyone knew of any good package deals. like including airfaire, hotel, and park tickets. and what is the best hotel to stay at that isn't too expensive. and how many days you think it would take to be able to go to all the parks and see everything. Thanks! :)
I like pop century for value resorts.. certain dates you can get free dining plans check out waltdisneyworld.com the only park you'd probably wouldn't need 2 days at is Animal Kingdom.. - justGoofin  128.8 #55 10:43AM
Hi, if you go on the WDW website and click on special offers, they are offering the free dining plan for certain dates. Also, the Value resorts are AWESOME. I have stayed at the All Star Music and will be staying at the All Star Movies in Dec.. Everyone says that the Pop Century is AMAZING. You can book hotel and park packages through the WDW website and you can add on airfare but it may be less expensive to shop around for a deal on the airfare portion. As far as how many days, I am not sure that you can ever do everything there is to do in one trip. We are going for our second time and staying for a 7 days, and I don't feel like we are going to get to everything. But I would say that you need to stay for at least 5 days and get the Park Hopper passes. I hope this helps. If you have more questions, just ask. Have a magical trip. The planning is when the fun really begins. - poohbr1205  21.0 #150 10:44AM
We stayed @ a moderate resort in September @ had the free dining plan. The table service restaurants were great but it takes alot of time out of the day. Even with reservations u have 2 wait a while 4 ur table so each day our table service meals took about 2 - 2 1/2 hours. Next time we go we will stay in a value resort & do quick service dining b/c the food is great @ those also & u have more time 2 enjoy attractions. - NcMoM  17.1 #166 5:15AM
For the Value resorts go with Pop Century if you can. It's the newer if the Values, but in May 2012 Art of Animation opens. It's a Value resort but suites. I comparison shop for package deals on Disney.com, Allears.net & Expedia. I had good luck with Expedia a few years ago (before the dining plan came into play). I have gotten really good luck going through Disney.com. Ask the reservationist if there are any specials running in the timeframe when you're going to be at WDW. And if you have AAA you may be able to apply an additional discount. I usually go to WDW for a week and get a 5-day base ticket. I like to do one park a day. The base ticket is cheaper but you cant hop between parks. I never seemed to use the hopper so I saved myself some money there. I have been going to WDW since 1975 and I still have not seen everything! That's one of the reasons I keep going back! That and because I just love the place!! - Tinkerbell1265  441.1 #14 5:20AM

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