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    Hi, I've just read this on the 2009 DDP info-


    The Disney Dining Plan can be used for Category 2 or Category 3 seating at all Dinner Shows (subject to availability) and Category 1 seating at the 9:30pm Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue (subject to availabilty).

    Can anyone tell me what the categories mean? They didn't have that when we last went.

    Thank you. :-)
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    Cat 1 is up nearer to the stage.

    Cat 2 is the floor towards the middle and back

    Cat 3 is the upstairs







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    Thank you.

    So 3 would probably have fewer children then?
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    I doubt it.

    The late night show would probably have less children. We don't go to that one unless it's our first night there.







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    Thank you.
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    on the other hand, I always do the latest show

    Upstairs is fine. You still see everything and less chance of being picked on but you do feel a little less involved in the show

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    You know 9:30pm isn't late for me at home but it feels like midnight when I am at WDW! :tongue:

    We've sat on the balcony once and I didn't like the way the tables are set up. It was just awkward for me.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnie, post: 100928
    You know 9:30pm isn't late for me at home but it feels like midnight when I am at WDW! :tongue:

    We've sat on the balcony once and I didn't like the way the tables are set up. It was just awkward for me.
    yeah, side on (kinda) to the action, know what you mean
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    I'm just not sure I'd like sitting up "on the shelf"

    But then again, I've never exactly been accused of being a wallflower...




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    Quote Originally Posted by Beccaberry, post: 101067
    I'm just not sure I'd like sitting up "on the shelf"

    But then again, I've never exactly been accused of being a wallflower...
    me neither

    I did enjoy it although it was a different feel. The cast does come upstairs to talk with the folks up there.

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