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    Quote Originally Posted by catrancher, post: 264182
    Awww Mick...

    Ya gotta go to the 50's Prime Time at DHS!

    You haven't lived till your server tells you to get your elbows off the table and eat all your vegetables or you'll get to go stand in the corner.

    Besides, the desert menu on the Viewmaster is almost worth the trip!

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    ahhhh so thats the one, well im giving that the widest berth you will ever see then

    thanks for the suggestions so far people, keep em coming
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    Ooh, ooh, ooh, thanks for the reminder Becca. Yes Mick Flying Fish at BW is wonderful.





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    ...and still *fairly* easy to get reservations for.

    Just keep in mind, if using the DDP, it's two credits.




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    OHANAS, TEPPEND EDO and Yachtsman are my 3 faves.


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    Quote Originally Posted by uscwest, post: 264203
    Ooh, ooh, ooh, thanks for the reminder Becca. Yes Mick Flying Fish at BW is wonderful.
    Quote Originally Posted by Beccaberry, post: 264206
    ...and still *fairly* easy to get reservations for.

    Just keep in mind, if using the DDP, it's two credits.
    ok thx for the info guys. for the DDP do you need to stay onsite a min of a week?

    Quote Originally Posted by BUTTERHEAD1, post: 264224
    OHANAS, TEPPEND EDO and Yachtsman are my 3 faves.
    thx BH
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    No you don't need to stay onsite for a minimum of a week for DDP. We used it for a weekend... won't do it again, but we did it once.

    Be very thorough in your evaluation of its worth. If you are paying rack rate for the room to get free dining, you may end up being better off with a decent room rate discount and purchasing your meals out of pocket.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 264247
    No you don't need to stay onsite for a minimum of a week for DDP. We used it for a weekend... won't do it again, but we did it once.

    Be very thorough in your evaluation of its worth. If you are paying rack rate for the room to get free dining, you may end up being better off with a decent room rate discount and purchasing your meals out of pocket.
    tbh tink i think id just pay out of pocket and be done with it.

    where/how do you get room discounts?
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    Well, I'm not the best one to ask that as I usually use points, but I know they offer discounts from time to time.

    Sometimes they are holiday related, sometimes they are for FL residents only, sometimes they are Annual Pass related... sometimes they are connected to AAA.

    I'd say a good travel agent would be able to help.

    Some people rent DVC points from a DVC member and stay at deluxes (all DVC resorts are deluxe resorts) that way... I've not done that, but know of folks who have done so with good results.






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