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It’s December 7 and Chris Wood’s Birthday so please wish Chris a Happy Birthday on Facebook today. 🙂
We have a great show for you filled with Disney news. Please listen above or subscribe to our podcast and you can listen to us on your way to work, in the car, or at the gym.
FastPasses – Tip #1 take a screen shot of your fastpass times so if you can not get into the My Magic+ application you still know what time your Disney ride reservations are at.
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge – The pool at the Wilderness lodge is opening back up and we will be back at Walt Disney World in January to give you a review. Also their is a new Wilderness Lodge Kid Splash Area that is close to being done.
Chef Mickeys Review – Chef Mickeys is a character meal at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Chris gives the service two thumbs up but the food quality two thumbs down. Sharpie enjoyed the food, so listen to both reviews on this weeks Mouse Chat show. Breakfast at Chef Mickeys we think is much better than Dinner. Please post your thoughts and reviews of Chef Mickey’s on our Mouse Chat Facebook page. We would love to here what you thought. Maybe we had an off night at dinner. On a side note Goofy’s Kitchen at Disneyland is amazing for a character meal.
Next time you want to try a character meal give the Grand Floridian Resort – 1900 Park Faire a try.
Disney Tables In Wonderland Card – For about $100 if you are a FL resident, Annual Pass Holder or DVC member you can get this card. It saves you 20% on table service dining and also on your alcohol. There are new rules now so be sure to check before going to Disney World. Some table service restaurants at Disney World no longer take the tables in Wonderland card at all. There are also blackout dates now, and you can easily get surprised when you go to pay and they decline the tables in wonderland card. So be sure to check before you go to Walt Disney World. Also look into getting the Disney Dinning Plan as part of your Disney vacation package. The Disney Dining Plan might save you more money on your Disney vacation than the 20% off Disney tables in wonderland card.
The Great Movie Ride at Disney Hollywood Studios (DHS) is getting a make over! We are very excited with the changes coming to DHS with the classic view of the Chinese Theather and the Turner Classic Movies remake.
Star Wars Weekends date have been released and also the Star Wars Character Meals are available to book now.
The Disney Polynesian Resort is getting closer to being completed but there is still a long way to go. The Club Disney, the kids club, has been changed to Lilo’s Playhouse.
Disneyland Frozen at Downtown Disney – Go Ice skating at Disneyland this winter.
Disney Cruise Line Holiday Cruises – These are really worth seeing. Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island is tropical with a winter Christmas flair. You really need to see the island and enjoy all the special activities on board during these November and December sailings.
Very MerryTime Cruises
This holiday season, delight in magical merriment at sea with Very MerryTime Cruises—a Disney Cruise Line event—available on sailings departing November through Christmas! Share seasonal splendor with loved ones as you enjoy a twist on holiday traditions.
Disney Cruise Ship Sail Dates
Disney Magic November 9, 2014 – December 28, 2014
Disney Wonder November 9, 2014 – December 30, 2014
Disney Dream November 10, 2014 – December 29, 2014
Disney Fantasy November 8, 2014 – December 27, 2014
Holiday Cheer at Castaway Cay
A winter wonderland awaits you aboard each ship—as well as at Castaway Cay! Disney’s private island paradise is transformed with “snow” flurries, a Christmas tree and more.
Be on the lookout for Mr. and Mrs. Snowman, dressed in their island attire. Plus, the island’s tram is decorated to resemble a reindeer, complete with antlers and a tail.
Disney Cruise Onboard Experiences
On the ship, discover a festive fusion of holiday-themed entertainment, activities and décor—with a life-sized gingerbread house, 24-foot Christmas tree, garlands, poinsettias, shimmering lights and more!
Other holiday enhancements include:
Deck the Deck Tropical Holiday Party, a celebration in addition to Pirate Night, with candy-cane limbo, dancing and games
Tree Lighting Ceremony, where kids can help light the tree and kick off the holiday festivities
Santa Claus meet-and-greet, an exciting opportunity to take family pictures and see Santa and his elves
Meet-and-Greets with some favorite Disney Characters, dressed in their holiday attire
Teen-only and tween-only holiday parties—private celebrations where teens and tweens can hang out with new friends
Holiday storytelling, with new and old tales about holidays at sea and around the world
Themed activities and crafts for kids—decorate stockings, make holiday cards, go on a holiday scavenger hunt and more
A life-sized gingerbread house made completely with edible ingredients—and the opportunity to make your own gingerbread house*
Holiday merchandise available for this event Plus, on December 24 and 25, enjoy additional holiday experiences:
Cookies on Christmas Eve
Special holiday towel animals
Special holiday surprise
Holiday caroling with the kids and crew
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