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Who says that making ADR`s is difficult?

Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by Slowhand, Jul 31, 2008.

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    oh i haven't got those don't know where they went and Ive forgotten sorry, you know what I'm like my memory is rubbish and i was waiting for others to talk about making some, but if i can get some still I'm just gonna book them, I'm fed up of others not having the same enthusiasm as me about the holiday
     
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    I'll email you some later on :hug2:
     
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    awww thx :hug1:
     
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    Make ADRs wherever it looks interesting or nice to you Mick. You can always cancel them if you meet with too much reisistance from your family, so nothing lost. Just allows you to have a guaranteed option. :yes:

    In addition to those restaurants already mentioned, I'd steer clear of the new place in Italy (in the WS). It's wicked expensive, and let's face it. How good can it possibly be? It's Italian for heaven sake! :rolleyes:

    Germany in the WS has a nice buffet that doesn't have exotic seletions on it. Usually there is a nice sauerbraten, an assortment of sausages and some sort of schnitzel (usually chicken). It's a festive atmosphere with entertainment too. :yes:

    Even the Chefs du France (downstairs restaurant) in the WS isn't too exotic. They have pretty predictable things, like Croque Monsier (grilled cheese and ham by any other name) salade nicoise (again, chef salad with tuna) etc.

    OH! Morocco has Marrakesh! That is a fun place to eat and the food is quite nice too! :yes: If you go for dinner you'll be entertained by the Middle Eastern Dancer and the musician. :yes: The food has exotic names, but really is chicken for a' that! :lol:

    Chef Mickey's is very popular for the character interaction. I find it a little too chaotic, but when there are little kids along it's a good choice. The buffet is pretty nice too, as is the 1900 Park Fare buffet. :yes:

    Hope that helps a bit.
     
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    thx so much tink :hug2: if YSH is nice i wouldnt mind there and a buffet sounds good too, no kiddies but CM sounds good just for the characters...do you get all adults there? kids going are 22,19,18,17...what about the backyard BBQ? thoughts on a postcard plz lol
     
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    We like going to the character meals. They can be quite fun. Our favorite is Liberty Tree before the Halloween party. The characters are all dressed up.

    Tink, we did the dining plan in May and ate in Italy. First time there. It is quite pretty inside. We went for LUNCH, had 2 Coke's, 2 entrees and 2 desserts. The total was $89 BEFORE tip. I would never pay that out of pocket. Alysia had the canneloni and it was fab but my pasta with crab was pretty blah. Dessert was good.
     
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    I've not heard anything too good about the place, Johnie. Good to know there are some nice things there!

    YSH is nice Mick. You'll like your steak. Japan can be lots of fun now too, with their new set up. That's another place we'll want to try soon!
     
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    oh now that could be an idea liberty tree tavern before MNSSHP.....wonder if that would be fully booked up yet
     
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    ok so YSH and LTT so far :)
     
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    Be sure to go early for your ADR at YSH. You can wait to be called at the Crew's Cup Lounge which is connected by a doorway. Schooners of beer! :D NICE place to wait and relax before or after dinner. :yes:
     
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    It wouldn't hurt to call and ask.
     
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    i will, i will just have to get some contingency plan just in case they dont have it available
     
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    ok so what does anyone think of what would be a good time to go to LTT before MNSSHP?
     
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    We usually eat there about 5 ish then you are out well in time for the party :)
     
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    We usually go about 4:15 or so...they start letting folks in for the party at 4....
     
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    ok thx lisa/annie :D
     

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