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    Our niece got married at WDW on 11/11/11 at 11:11. While she didn't do the wedding chapel she did have a view of the castle from the Marina at the GF. It was a small wedding and the Disney wedding planners worked with her to make sure she got everything she wanted. There was some sort of snafu, though I don't remember what it was, that got their wedding night hotel comped. The reception was in the Living Seas and it was spectacular. Mickey and Minnie showed up. There was a diver that came up behind them in the aquarium with a sign that I never did see. I think it bore a congratulatory message though.






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    Quote Originally Posted by uscwest, post: 327701, member: 151
    Our niece got married at WDW on 11/11/11 at 11:11.
    Is that in UK or US format?!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony G, post: 327710, member: 1391
    Is that in UK or US format?!













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    Yeah, first taste of Disney magic. The memories are still with me after all these years. Very strong memories, like the smells and sounds walking around the WF, smelling the Belgian waffles, smelling the fish in the fishing village section of the Pepsi expo (and smelling the pine trees in the Alp section and feeling the humidity while treking through the jungle section). It was really marvelous. And gone! (save IASW). How I miss some of the old pavillions at the WF, and a lot of the old attractions at WDW. Oh well, time marches on.

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    Grab that album I mentioned Dan. It will seriously take you back. Just the Carousel of Progress disk alone is worth it!
    Tom ( ... welcome to your Magic Highway in the Sky!)

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