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    Pammer ~ February 26 - March 2, 2019 ~ Offsite

    Travel dates: February 26 – March 2, 2019
    Travel method: Southwest
    Resort: Camelot Inn (Off-site)
    Accommodations: Standard
    Ages Represented in Group: Adult
    Disney Resort Experience Represented in Group: Veteran
    Comments: A last trip to the Resort before James' AP expires!
    Cast of characters:
    • Pam, 58: trip planner/writer/self-proclaimed Disney Queen!
    • James, 59: Pam's hubby who likes Disneyland but is not as fanatic as Pam!


    The Planning

    I asked James last summer if he would like to make another trip to the Disneyland Resort before his AP expires on April 24th and he said yes, so we came up with February 26th – March 2nd and I started the planning!

    Lodging: I booked a One-Bedroom Family Suite in August at the Camelot Inn on Harbor Blvd. (a less than 10-minute walk from the parks; total for 4 nights = $985); our sleeping habits are so different nowadays that this arrangement works very well for us (James could stay up as late as he needed to and I wouldn't disturb him when I left early for the parks each morning!), although it is a lot more expensive. 

    Transportation: I booked airfare on Southwest Airlines from Sacramento to Orange County for both of us using points at the equivalent cost of $118 each; the total TSA fees & Early-Bird option for all flights came to $102.40 (without points the total cash cost would have been $316).

    I also made reservations with SuperShuttle for travel to/from our motel in Anaheim ($45 total after the 10% AAA group discount was applied).

    Tickets: James' Deluxe AP + MaxPass expires in April, but mine expires 2 days before we depart on the trip; fortunately, I had purchased another Deluxe AP with MaxPass on the Disneyland website back in October 2018 BEFORE the latest price increase ($804; it just needs to be activated by 10-13-19).

    Priority Seating: I made three dining reservations for our visit; the rest will be counter-service:
    • February 28: Blue Bayou @ 11:30am & World of Color Dessert Party @ 7:15pm (me only; I will pick up a FastPass for James)
    • March 1: Carnation Cafe @ 3:50pm (during the parade)


    The Itinerary

    The pre-planning was done very quickly, and here was the result:
    • February 26: Fly down in the afternoon; check-in to the Camelot Inn; Disneyland/DCA
    • February 27: Disneyland/DCA
    • February 28: Disneyland/DCA; lunch @ Blue Bayou & World of Color Dessert Party
    • March 1: Disneyland/DCA; late lunch @ Carnation Cafe
    • March 2: Check-out of the Camelot Inn; fly home in the afternoon


    Monday, February 25, 2019 (1 day before departure)

    Actual: I worked all day and went to Arby's at lunch to pick up some roast beef sandwiches, one of which I planned to eat tomorrow for lunch. I then printed off our Early-Bird boarding passes at 3:40pm (A40 & A41) and later stopped at Subway on my way home to get James his veggie foot-long sandwich for tomorrow.

    We spent the evening getting ready (last-minute house cleaning & packing) & watching a little TV, and I was in bed around 10pm; James fell asleep much later than that as usual!


    Tuesday, February 26, 2019 (65o)
    Plan: Fly down in the afternoon; check-in to the Camelot Inn; Disneyland/DCA

    Actual:
    • I was up at 7am, fed & medicated our kitty Sidney, and worked until 11:15am
    • I finished getting the house ready, ate an Arby's sandwich for lunch, & James got up around 12:30pm
    • Left house @1:40pm; Highway 99 was backed up (rainy day), so we detoured off at Fruitridge over to I-5 (no problems after that!)
    • James dropped me & most of the bags off at the terminal around 2:20pm since it was raining, and then went to park the car
    • I checked in our large suitcase (31.5#) & sat down to wait for James
    • Met up at 2:45pm & through pre-TSA very quickly
    • James ate remainder of his Subway sandwich while I filled our reusable water bottle & ate a small bag of Lay's potato chips that I had brought with us
    • Our plane was late coming in and we departed 15mins late just before 4pm; the plane was completely full
    • I had Diet Dr. Pepper & pretzels and James had ginger ale & pretzels
    • Landed 10mins late @ 5:15pm
    • We retrieved our suitcase and walked down to check-in at SuperShuttle; we had to wait for a van and finally left @ 6pm
    • There was heavy commute traffic and we were the 2nd party to be dropped off around 6:40pm
    • Checked in to the Camelot Inn and got our room #512 (near the pool; not too happy about THAT possibly noisy location!)
    • Left around 7:15pm & walked down Harbor to The Pizza Press; I got in the long line while James went on down to CVS @ Katella
    • CVS = 2 gallons of water & cough syrup = $11.16
    • I was still in line when James came back (but almost to the front of the line)
    • The Pizza Press @ 7:45pm = "The Press Cheese", "Publish Your Own", & soda = $27
    • Ate half of our pizzas and walked back to the room (decided to skip DL since they were closing in less than an hour and my new pass still needed to be activated)
    • Unpacked, watched TV, got settled, I showered and was in bed at 10:30pm


    Steps: 8,933


    Wednesday, February 27, 2019 (65o)
    Plan: Disneyland/DCA

    Actual:
    • I was up at 7am; had a protein shake & a slice of my leftover pizza; got ready; out the door just after 8am
    • Saw the new security gates (new since I was here a month ago); no wait
    • No wait to activate my new Deluxe AP
    • In long line for Disney California Adventure by 8:20am; through the turnstiles by 8:35am (early entry here today; also very busy due to people wanting to get Fastpasses for World of Color, which had just returned from refurbishment 10 days earlier)
    • MaxPass for Radiator Springs Racers @ 8:35am = 10:55am (next MP = 10:05am)
    • Rope drop at 9am
    • World of Color FastPass @ 9:10am (8:15pm = "blue") just in case!
    • Walked over to Toy Story Midway Mania, where the standby wait was already 50mins, so I kept walking
    • Jumpin' Jellyfish = 5mins
    • The Little Mermaid ~ Ariel's Undersea Adventure = 5mins
    • Seaside Souvenirs @ 9:40am = Ariel sleeveless top = $33.93 (10% AP discount)
    • Walked back to the area outside Elias & Co. and called the Disney Dine Line, trying to change my World of Color Dessert Party reservation from tomorrow to today, if possible; 15min hold time, but no openings so kept things as-is
    • MP for Soarin' Around the World @ 10:10am = 11:15am (next = 11:15am)
    • Ate P3 snack that I had brought with me
    • DCA small locker @ 10:25am = $7
    • Goofy Churro @ 10:45am = Mickey birthday celebration chocolate churro = $5.75
    • RSR with MP @ 11am



    • MP for Guardians of the Galaxy ~ Mission: BREAKOUT! @ 11:20am = 2:50pm (next = 12:50pm)
    • Soarin' MP return line = too long so skipped!
    • Schmoozies @ 11:35am = 90th birthday cookies & cream shake = $6.45



    • Frozen @ 12pm (started 20mins late due to technical difficulties)






    • MP for RSR @ 1:20pm = 2:45pm (next = 2:45pm)
    • Long line for Award Wieners @ 1:40pm, so I used the Mobile Order on the app which is MUCH faster = hot dog, fries, & large soda = $12.29 (10% AP discount)
    • James called at 2:05pm while I was finishing eating; on his way
    • Met up at 2:25pm and went to Turtle Talk with Crush @ 2:30pm
    • MP for Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters @ 2:50pm = 3:15pm (next = 3:25pm)
    • Guardians with MP @ 3pm while James looked around the stores; only one lift working so long wait!



    • MP for Haunted Mansion @ 3:25pm = 3:30pm (next= 3:55pm)
    • Met back up with James just before 4pm and headed over to DL
    • Buzz with MP @ 4:10pm [J = 682,300 (#39) & P = 265,000]




    • MP for Star Tours @ 4:10pm = 5:25pm (next = 5:25pm)
    • Photos in front of the Partners statue



    • Got return time for Indiana Jones Adventure @ 4:30pm = 5pm
    • HM with MP @ 4:35pm via disabled entrance
    • Harbour Galley @ 4:50pm = shrimp salad & large Coke Zero = $14.72 (10% AP discount)
    • The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (5mins)
    • MP for Big Thunder Mountain Railroad @ 5:25pm = 7:30pm (next = 7pm)
    • Indy via disabled entrance @ 5:30pm
    • Jungle Cruise via exit with Skipper Bonnie (Congo Queen)
    • Got return time for Peter Pan's Flight @ 6:20pm = 6:50pm
    • ST with MP @ 6:25pm (Stormtroopers, Jakku, BB8, & Crait/Bakku)
    • Looked through Star Traders & the Little Green Men stores
    • MP for Buzz @ 7pm = 7:15pm (next = 7:30pm)
    • Peter Pan via exit @ 7:05pm
    • Mr. Toad's Wild Ride via exit (Cyril)
    • Got return time for Alice in Wonderland @ 7:15pm = 7:35pm
    • Pinocchio's Daring Journey via exit
    • BTMR with MP @ 7:30pm
    • Alice @ 7:45pm
    • Buzz with MP @ 8pm [J = 627,700 (#76) & P = 166,000]
    • Mickey's Mix Magic @ 8:30pm and then left the park
    • McDonald's @ 8:55pm = BOGO Grilled Artisan Chicken sandwiches & 2 double hamburgers = $10.10
    • Back to room @ 9pm
    • Watched finale of "The Masked Singer" (Donny should have won!)
    • Updated trip notes, I showered and was in bed around 11:30pm (James = 1am)


    Steps: 23,535

    ...to be continued
    Pam
    DL trips: too many to remember actual dates, but they began in the 60s!
    WDW trips: 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1996, 1999, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013



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    Thursday, February 28, 2019 (67o)
    Plan: Disneyland/DCA; lunch @ Blue Bayou & World of Color Dessert Party

    Actual:

    • Awake at 5:20am and finally up @ 7:15am; had a protein shake & a leftover hamburger; got ready; out the door around 8:20am
    • Through security quickly and into DCA around 8:40am
    • MP for Guardians @ 8:40am = 9:55am (next = 9:55am)
    • Walked around past Grizzly River Run and got in the FP line for World of Color around 8:50am; they opened the machines at the 9am rope drop and I had one for the 8pm show ("Blue") within 10mins
    • Walked over to TSMM, but it was down and they werent letting anyone into the line yet, so I kept walking
    • Got in the stationary (red) gondola line for Pixar Pal-A-Round, but left after 10mins as it was taking a long time to load everyone
    • Walked back to TSMM and it was now up, so I got in line and was on by 9:30am via the disabled car; I rode 3 times in a row because no one was waiting when I would come back!

    • #1 = 169,900
    • #2 = 174,300
    • #3 = 190,700





    • MP for Soarin' @ 10am = 10:30am (next = 10:30am)
    • Guardians with MP @ 10:15am ("Born to be Wild")
    • Soarin' with MP @ 10:45am (row B1!)
    • Returned James' call when I got off at 11:10am; he was already at Blue Bayou!
    • MP for us both for TSMM @ 11:15am = 2:10pm (next = 12:45pm) while enroute to BB
    • Met up with James around 11:20am and were seated within 5mins; 2 Maison chicken without veggies, Diet Coke (Pam), & Mint Julep (James) = $92 (10% AP discount)




    • Got return time for HM @ 12:15pm for 12:40pm
    • Looked through the New Orleans Square shops
    • HM via disabled entrance @ 12:40pm
    • MP for Soarin' @ 1pm = 2:40pm (next = 2:30pm)
    • Rode the Disneyland Railroad from NOS to Main Street
    • Checked out the details for the AP "Dumbo" sneak preview event tonight at the Opera House; there were a few people already in line (3 hours early!)
    • Headed over to DCA around 1:30pm
    • Elias & Co. @ 1:40pm = Conductor ear hat for James = $29.08 (10% AP discount)
    • Five & Ten were playing at the end of Buena Vista Street when we passed by & I waved to Anders (also the bass player for "Billy Hill and the Hillbillies"); his facial expressions are great!
    • Stopped for pictures at the entrance to Cars Land since there was no line




    • TSMM with MP @ 2:05pm via the disabled entrance; we were able to ride two times:

    • #1 = 190,500 (James) & 150,200 (Pam)
    • #2 = 227,000 (James; this may be a personal best for him!) & 162,500 (Pam)




    • Jumpin' Jellyfish (5mins)
    • Looked through the Outfitters shop
    • Soarin' with MP @ 3pm
    • Smokejumpers Grill @ 3:35pm = "Share Your Ears" 90th burger & large Diet Coke = $18.60 (10% AP discount; I intentionally got this plain without the American cheese and then we dressed the burgers the way we each wanted to)




    • Trolley Treats @ 3:55pm = 4 peanut butter squares = $19.35 (10% AP discount)
    • Left the parks for a break
    • Cold Stone Creamery @ 4:10pm = BOGO "Love It" Oreo Overload and "Love It" Skinny Vanilla with almonds = $8
    • Back to the room to enjoy our ice cream treats and rest (I remember watching "Judge Judy" & "The People's Court" while James napped); I also updated my trip notes and linked the attraction ride photos
    • MP for Buzz @ 6:10pm = 8pm (next = 6:30pm)


    ...to be continued
    Pam
    DL trips: too many to remember actual dates, but they began in the 60s!
    WDW trips: 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1996, 1999, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013



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    Thursday, February 28, 2019 (67o) ~ Part II
    Plan: Disneyland/DCA; lunch @ Blue Bayou & World of Color Dessert Party

    • Left for DL @ 6:30pm
    • Watched the "Dumbo" movie AP sneak preview in the Opera House and picked up our gifts (poster & magnets); I thought the little bit I saw was very sad, so I have no plans to watch the full movie later (sorry Disney!)
    • Over to DCA, where we rode Ariel (10mins)
    • I got in line for the WoC Dessert Party around 7:20pm and James went to ride RSR via the single rider queue




    • Sat with a mother & her adult daughter for the dessert party; slow service, we barely got our food & drinks before the show started at 8pm!





    • WoC show = same as before, but I loved it!!!




    • Packed up my leftovers and met up with James; he'd watched most of the show from the bridge
    • Elias & Co. @ 8:45pm = blouse & two paperweights = $59.12 (10% AP discount)
    • DCA = closed & DL was closing at 9pm, so we left the resort
    • McDonald's @ 9:05pm = BOGO Grilled Artisan Chicken sandwiches = $5.59; they also corrected our order from last night where I got regular hamburgers but had ordered & paid for DOUBLE hamburgers (they gave us new burgers tonight for free!)
    • We were in the room by 9:30pm, where we watched TV and did our usual nighttime stuff; I was in bed around 11:30pm


    Steps: 21,534

    ...to be continued
    Pam
    DL trips: too many to remember actual dates, but they began in the 60s!
    WDW trips: 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1996, 1999, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013



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    Friday, March 1, 2019 (66o)
    Plan: Disneyland/DCA; late lunch @ Carnation Cafe

    Actual:

    • Alarm @ 6:45am; normal get-ready routine and out-the-door around 7:45am
    • There were long lines at security, but I was through the turnstiles at Disneyland just after 8am
    • MP for Guardians @ 8:05am = 8:35am (next = 8:35am)
    • Headed to Tomorrowland, but there was a power outage and they weren't letting anyone into the area
    • Got return time for Peter @ 8:15am = 8:55am
    • BTMR via exit (standby = 5min)
    • MP for Star Tours @ 8:30am = 8:40am (next = 9:05am)
    • Pirates @ 8:40am (standby = 5min)
    • Saw baby ducks near The Hub!




    • MP for Buzz @ 9:10am = 9:20am (next = 7:30pm)
    • ST with MP @ 9:10am (Stormtroopers, Jakku, Maz, & Crait/Bakku)
    • Saw ladies from last night's WoC show!
    • Cancelled Buzz MP @ 9:15am & made one for Soarin' instead = 9:40am (next = 9:40am)
    • To DCA @ 9:25am (Buzz down anyway so no walk-on standby); long lines to get into DCA
    • Guardians with MP @ 9:45am (still within my grace period); only 1 shaft working so the line was barely moving
    • MP for Guardians @ 9:45am = 12:15pm (next = 11:15am) while in their queue!
    • Gave up and left the Guardians queue at 10:05am, as I was still outside in the FP return queue after 20mins and had hardly moved! I spoke to a lead (CM Sarah), who explained she was about to issue a "Multiple Experiences" on the attraction for an hour; however, since I had already been scanned in, she said to come back later and they would accommodate me
    • I ate a P3 snack I'd brought with me at 10:15am while heading across the park
    • Soarin' with MP; scored as a single rider into Row B1!
    • Watched a bit of the Red Car Trolley News Boys show as I passed by around 10:40am
    • Guardians was back up, so CM Steven gave me a paper FP
    • Award Wieners @ 11:15am = hot dog, fries, & large soda = $12.29 (10% AP discount; Mobile Order took only 5mins from start to finish!)
    • MP for Buzz @ 11:25am = 1:10pm (next = 12:55pm)
    • Guardians with paper FP @ 11:40am ("We Want the Funk")
    • Guardians with MP @ 12:05pm ("Burnin Love", which is my favorite version of the ride!)




    • Collectors Warehouse @ 12:35pm = shoulder Baby Groot = $19.38 (10% AP discount)
    • MP for it's a small world holiday @ 12:55pm = 1pm (next = 1:25pm)
    • Back over to DL
    • Buzz with MP @ 1:20pm (417,500, but the photos were not working!)
    • James called to find out where I was
    • MP for ST @ 1:35pm = 2:45pm (next = 2:45pm), once James was in the park
    • Met up with James at the Disneyland Monorail station, where I took some photos of the Mickey "skins" on the trains before boarding Monorail Orange to ride round-trip










    ...to be continued
    Pam
    DL trips: too many to remember actual dates, but they began in the 60s!
    WDW trips: 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1996, 1999, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013



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    Friday, March 1, 2019 (66o) ~ Part II
    Plan: Disneyland/DCA; late lunch @ Carnation Cafe

    • Disney Visa meet & greet with Darth Vader @ 2pm







    • Boba Fett was by the exit, so I took a photo with him




    • I then did the Rey meet & greet and the Kylo Ren meet & greet while James looked around the main Star Wars Launch Bay store





    • James bought a Star Wars sling backpack = $38.78 (10% AP discount)
    • ST with MP @ 3pm (Darth Vader, Hoth, Yoda, & Naboo; noticed the "plussed" segments for the first time!)
    • Carnation Cafe @ 3:30pm = 2 cups of Walt's Chili & iced tea (James) + cheeseburger, fruit, & Coke Zero (Pam) = $42 (10% AP discount)




    • Watched Mickey's Soundsational Parade as it passed by
    • Headed over to DCA just after 4pm, along with the after-parade crowds!
    • DCA Food & Wine Festival AP Corner inside the Blue Sky Cellar for buttons and pictures




    • MP for Buzz @ 4:20pm = 6pm (next = 5:55pm)
    • Frozen @ 5pm; we sat downstairs in the Orchestra level and had a young girl sing loudly & off-key behind me to ALL of the songs (hey, this isnt the sing-along version they used to have in the Muppet Theatre!). James kept cracking up because he knows I was getting annoyed, not so much at her clearly enjoying herself but at her parents who were encouraging her to sing LOUDER! I really prefer to hear the voice talent ON THE STAGE, so I was glad to have already seen it this week!
    • After the show, we headed back over to DL
    • Buzz with MP @ 6:20pm [J = 541,500 & P = 181,200; no photos again]
    • MP for Buzz @ 6:30pm = 8:30pm (next = 8pm)
    • Star Wars Launch Bay @ 7pm = BOGO 50% off certain SW sweaters = $140.12 (10% AP discount)
    • Tomorrowlanding @ 7:10pm = 2 Star Wars AP name badges = $19.37 (10% AP discount)
    • Adventureland Bazaar @ 7:30pm = Tiki Room spirit jersey = $63.02 (10% AP discount)
    • Pieces of Eight @ 7:40pm = Pirates of the Caribbean spirit jersey = $63.02 (10% AP discount)
    • Disney Showcase @ 8:10pm = AP logo embroidery on 3 shirts = $25.83
    • Sat outside the shop for a while to rest my feet, then headed over to ride the Disneyland Railroad; however, it was down due to the upcoming fireworks
    • Saw CM Maynard outside the Opera House!




    • I was exhausted so James went to ride Buzz two times using our MP (his & mine) around 8:45pm while I sat inside the Opera House to wait for him (#1 = 540,000 & #2 = 620,000; no photos still)
    • We met back up & went to pick up the shirts
    • Disney Showcase @ 9:15pm = refund AP logo embroidery on 1 shirt = ($8.61), which just happened to be James' SW sweater; they had been unable to confirm they could get a replacement sweater in case the embroidery ripped it since SWLB had already closed for the day, so they decided it was too risky to do so (too bad, since he was the one who really wanted the embroidery in the first place!)
    • The fireworks were in 15mins but I was just too tired to wait, so we headed out
    • McDonald's @ 9:30pm = BOGO Big Macs & a double hamburger = $7.52
    • We watched the fireworks through the window while waiting for our food
    • To the room around 9:45am to eat and watch TV; lights out for me around midnight


    Steps: 24,360

    Saturday, March 2, 2019 (62o)
    Plan: Check-out of the Camelot Inn; DL/DCA; fly home in the afternoon

    Actual:

    • Up by 9:30am; finished off leftover food & packed
    • Checked out of Camelot Inn & Suites @ 11am = $985.14
    • SuperShuttle picked us up 15mins early at 11:15am and dropped us off at the airport by 11:45am
    • Printed off our boarding passes (A22 & A23) and checked in our large suitcase and our small suitcase (used a tote bag as new carry-on instead of the small suitcase)
    • Through Pre-TSA by 11:45am; sat down to wait for our plane
    • Carl's Jr. @ 12:15pm = Six-Dollar Burger & small Coke Zero = $10
    • Full flight on time both departure & landing @ 3:15pm
    • I had Diet Dr. Pepper & pretzels and James had ginger ale & pretzels during the flight
    • James went to get the car from the parking lot while I got our bags off of the carousel
    • SMF parking @ 3:40pm = $46
    • James picked me up at the terminal and we drove home!


    Steps: 5,629


    Up Next: James & I are scheduled to go back together at the end of September, so we can activate his new pass before 10-13-19 ~ such a long time between visits for me (7 months)!


    Summary: It was still a bit crowded even during the week, but the weather held out (no rain until the day we flew home) and we had a nice vacation together!

    Highlights include:

    • Being at Disneyland together again!
    • Seeing World of Color again!
    • MAXPASS!!!
    • Riding Toy Story Midway Mania multiple times!
    • Using Mobile Order at Award Wieners (twice!) and bypassing the long lines!
    • Great weather!


    Lowlights include:

    • No Space Mountain (my favorite attraction at Disneyland Park) since it was down for refurbishment (announced long after my reservations were in place) 
    • The email-your-photo process at the end of Buzz not working
    • Missing its a small world holiday
    • The crowds
    • My sore feet



    Until next time!
    Pam
    DL trips: too many to remember actual dates, but they began in the 60s!
    WDW trips: 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1996, 1999, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013



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    Love your report as usual. I really like the pictures you post too. It would be cool,if we could walk into Disney world like you can walk in Disneyland and California adventure. Im getting my first ever annual,pass in June because I am going back for 12 nights in November so I really enjoy your posts about your passholder savings too. Looking forward to,your next report.


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    Quote Originally Posted by suejacken View Post
    Love your report as usual. I really like the pictures you post too. It would be cool,if we could walk into Disney world like you can walk in Disneyland and California adventure. I’m getting my first ever annual,pass in June because I am going back for 12 nights in November so I really enjoy your posts about your passholder savings too. Looking forward to,your next report.
    Thanks Sue! I hope you have a wonderful time at WDW...twice this year! Maybe you can return for a 3rd trip before they expire in June 2020! (I hope to get back there by the end of 2020)

    Sue Holland Rayford would be a great resource for getting the most out of your annual pass at WDW; she lives so close and goes so often!
    Pam
    DL trips: too many to remember actual dates, but they began in the 60s!
    WDW trips: 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1996, 1999, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013



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    Thanks. I read all of Sues reports as well and make notes about th discounts


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    Thanks for your latest report, Pammer. The planner in me loves all of the details Hang in there through the 7 month wait. It would be hard for me too.

    Now, bring me that horizon...drink up me hearties yo ho!
    Always planning another visit to Disney...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagicMouseGirl View Post
    Thanks for your latest report, Pammer. The planner in me loves all of the details Hang in there through the 7 month wait. It would be hard for me too.
    I KNOW!!! It's already been 3 months, so at least I'm almost halfway there! I did look into a quick trip next week when I read how low the crowds were at the resort, but I couldn't get the time off of work at that short notice (darn it!).
    Pam
    DL trips: too many to remember actual dates, but they began in the 60s!
    WDW trips: 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1996, 1999, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013



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