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    Deafjeff Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    I just had a thought just now. Stephen and I have decided against staying elsewhere in WDW as we unlikely to enjoy the full resort fully.

    I had an idea..... we could upgrade to club level for one night on our quiet evening (after Discovery Cove) as we are eating at Boma.

    Am I being silly?
     
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    We've upgraded to club level for one night and it was brilliant. However, we didn't feel we had enough time to enjoy it properly.
     
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    Did you stay there in the evening? I am thinking of going to the club level after Boma and enjoy few wines and just chilling out and breakfast looks so nice in the morning!!
     
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    Well, we stayed at Wilderness Lodge club level after eating at Artist Point. So a similar thing really. We're actually saving like mad so we can stay there again in 2016.
    Interestingly they went above any beyond to make it amazing for us. They knew it was our anniversary so arranged a free wishes cruise for us! Apparently if they've got free spots, they give them to club level guests!
     
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    Gosh! Worth lookin into me think!
     
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    Wendy A hui hou kakou Makuakane Staff Member Administrator

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    Definitely, go for it Jeff :D
     
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    The only concierge level we've ever done was at the Poly. It was the best part of the stay. If other club/concierge levels are anything like that, it's a great idea to upgrade to that. :yes:
     
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    We will call Disney this late afternoon to see if there is any rooms left. We didn't take up the Savannah view as it was £1000 extra... now I kind of wish we did. Oh well another reason for us to go back ;)
     
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    It our first time staying there so any tip? I read somewhere it is better to get bus from the village not at the jumbo house?
     
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    Tips for staying there... be sure to save time to laze around the Kidani Village pool. I love it! The Jambo House pool is nice. but there is something more at Kidani.
    Don't be afraid to walk between Kidani and Jambo.
    I can't really remember about the buses, but I think those that stop at Jambo go on to Kidani...
     
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    We've had a bus driver stop at Kidani and then forget to stop at Jambo.

    Eat at Sanaa and try to get a window seat. You might have more "guests" around your table than you anticipated.
    Be prepared to do a lot of walking depending on where your room is.
    Try and do one of the activities where you do a meet and greet with a cast member from Africa. They usually meet in the room with the fireplace mentioned in another thread. They tell you about their home and customs back in Africa and you can ask questions. Some fascinating stuff.
     
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    Deafjeff Well-Known Member

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    Thanks so from what I read... It better to get bus from the village not at Jambo
     
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    In my experience....yes.
     
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