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Thread: Where are your ADRs? - The Discussion Continues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickjandrews View Post
    Wow, has it been that long already? Time flies when you're planning WDW trips! Only bad part of this move is that with cheaper airfare I might decide to go more frequently!
    We might have different definitions of bad. Cheaper airfare = good, more WDW trips = good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave1313 View Post
    We might have different definitions of bad. Cheaper airfare = good, more WDW trips = good.
    Arrrg, bad for me wallet, matey! Luckily I'll be bringing in more gold...

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    Chef Art Smith's Homcomin
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    Looking forward to trying Art Smith's, 50's Prime Time is a family favorite and Planet Hollywood, looking forward to Guy Fieri's contributions.

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    Where are your ADRs? - The Discussion Continues.

    The plan for ADR booking in a few days is as follows. Only three new choices on there. That’s down to the kids. Who will be 16 and 19 but clearly like what they know...... I couldn’t care less where we eat so just let them choose.

    Crystal Palace lunch. This is a sentimental first day tradition as it was their first WDW meal when they were 5 and 8.
    Mama Melrose’s Fantasmic dining package lunch or dinner whatever we can get.
    Cocina Frontera lunch. New.
    Boma dinner.
    Teppan Edo lunch.
    Garden Grill dinner.
    Beaches and Cream dinner for desert only.
    Cape May Cafe breakfast.
    Sanaa dinner. New.
    Be our Guest lunch.
    Yachtsman Steakhouse dinner. New.
    Rose and Crown dinner to watch Illuminations.
    Ohanna dinner.
    Yak and Yeti lunch.
    1900 Park Fare breakfast.

     

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    Yachtsman is FANTASTIC!


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    Sanaa dinner. New.
    Did you specifically need it to be Dinner at Sanaa to fit with all the rest of your plans?

    The animals are much better viewing during the daylight, I believe (though there may be some viewing at night). I need to admit I've not done dinner, but I've seen others mention this I think. I have been for lunch 3 or 4 times and love it!

    Those are some really good choices in there!
    -Dave

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    Where are your ADRs? - The Discussion Continues.

    Ericles I’m looking forward to the Yachtsman. That’s my DH’s request.
    Dave Sanaa for lunch may actually work better of the menu is the same so I’ll take a look and thanks for the tip.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobydooby View Post
    Ericles I’m looking forward to the Yachtsman. That’s my DH’s request.
    Dave Sanaa for lunch may actually work better of the menu is the same so I’ll take a look and thanks for the tip.
    I was really, really impressed with Sanaa last year. As someone who has a few food issues, I couldn't believe how good they were with me. The waitress came round and I looked her straight in the eyes and said, "hello, I can't eat garlic, onions, bell peppers, cooked tomatoes, or anything spicy". She stared at me for a few seconds, and then replied "that is basically everything on our menu. What CAN you eat?" We narrowed it down to rice, broccoli and steak. She then brought me the most fantastic, delicious, flavourful meal made of those three basic ingredients, and I had no 'after-effects' whatsoever. She might as well have done the mic drop, I was so impressed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave1313 View Post
    The animals are much better viewing during the daylight, I believe (though there may be some viewing at night).
    It depends on the time of year. If it's still light in the evening, then you can see out into the savannah. But if it's winter and it gets dark at 6pm, the only thing you'll see from the windows is your own reflection.
    Dan
    The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time.
    - James Taylor

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    Quote Originally Posted by danyoung View Post
    It depends on the time of year. If it's still light in the evening, then you can see out into the savannah. But if it's winter and it gets dark at 6pm, the only thing you'll see from the windows is your own reflection.
    That occurred to me after my original comment. If Scooby is planning for 6 months out, then you are of course correct, early dinner in July might be fine while there is still daylight.
    -Dave

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    Where are your ADRs? - The Discussion Continues.

    It is for July. Not sure when it goes dark then in Orlando?

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobydooby View Post
    It is for July. Not sure when it goes dark then in Orlando?
    According to this website, it's between 8:27 and 8:16 PM, depending on what day. (I'm not an expert on the website, just found it when curious).

    Of course, that's just the technical "set" time. Dusk to dark is somewhere a little before that when you start to notice the change, I am sure.

    If you were to pick a 6 or 7 PM dinner, I'm sure you would be fine for most of your meal though (at least in terms of it not being dark yet). Not sure if the animals become less active as the day goes on, that might be a factor even if it's light enough to see.
    -Dave

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    During the summer hours it barely gets dark in time for IllumiNations at 9pm. You should have a fine view.

    Dan
    The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danyoung View Post
    During the summer hours it barely gets dark in time for IllumiNations at 9pm. You should have a fine view.
    Orlando resident here. Can confirm that Dan (as usual) is spot on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goodnplenty View Post
    Orlando resident here. Can confirm that Dan (as usual) is spot on.
    I just love it when that happens!
    Dan
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