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    Not sure if you have the Tables in Wonderland dining card or not, but if you do, valet parking is free if you're dining at a restaurant onsite.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Beccaberry, post: 182889
    Not sure if you have the Tables in Wonderland dining card or not, but if you do, valet parking is free if you're dining at a restaurant onsite.
    + 20% off the V&A bill is rather a nice perk!
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    Oh, good point! Do they do TIW at V&A's though? And if not, would that affect the valet bit?






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 182892
    Oh, good point! Do they do TIW at V&A's though? And if not, would that affect the valet bit?
    they do indeed!
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    Ooops, crossed posts! Guess that answers that. It is a nice perk. Makes for a prepaid tip and that is awesome!

    Maybe we'll go there one day... Not too keen though, especially after the horrible dinner at California Grill (and toooooo weird service).

    Just cannot believe that WDW is fine dining.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 182894
    Just cannot believe that WDW is fine dining.
    Close as it's going to get then let's say that

    I've always been impressed with it although they seem to have changed the water from Evian to something cheaper which disproportionately annoyed me last time ah well
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    I am absolutely wrong to criticize the restaurant as I've never been. It's also totally unfair to judge it by other restaurant experiences at WDW. Having said that, less than stellar experiences make me wary.

    Hey, if I can go to Tom Colicchio's Craft and be less than awed, Disney doesn't stand a chance!






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    oh sounds lovely and why not use a photo pass upstairs in GF for some pictures the photgrapher has it all set up near the stairs :)

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    Thanks all

    Ann, I hadn't even thought of a Photopass...I'll look into it.

    I didn't get a TIW...we considered buying an AP so we could get one, but when we booked our holiday the offer was that if we bought 2 x 14 day passes we got a $550 Disney gift card, so we opted for that knowing that we probably wouldn't be going back in a 12 month period.






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    you dont need an appointment they guys are just set up well we didnt but we had ours taken in the afternoon :)

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