Mr. Smith has announced that he wants to take the band to WDW, again, next year! We’re all really excited… I think a lot of people are going to go (hopefully… we have to meet a minimum amount of 75).
Now, as soon as I heard, I started planning our ADRs. :laugh:
We had pretty good ADRs, last time, but I booked them at the last minute, and one of them (the best… San Angel Inn) I accidentally booked at the same time as Illuminations, so we couldn’t go. I was nervous to book because I didn’t know what days we’d be in which park, so I waited until the night before our departure. But this time, I’m booking 90 days in advance, and if things change, I’ll tweak! :happy:
So, I saw a reccommendation for TripIt and decided to try it out. TripIt | Online travel itinerary and trip planner I hope the link works. I’m not exactly sure how I can share my trip.
If not, I’ve decided on these ADRs
Day 1 (AK/Epcot) - dinner at Akershus
Day 2 (MK) - dinner at Crystal Palace
Day 3 (DHS) - lunch at Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater
Dr. Merck (our tag-along principal :rolleyes:), has suggested driving there during the day (ohh, that night on the bus was terrible… I know now to bring a blanket!) and spending the night at the resort, then heading into the parks. I suppose that leaves us with the same days for parks, which will likely stay the same.
I had considered adding a lunch ADR at Yak n Yeti because it’s my sister’s favorite, but we don’t have a lot of time at AK (though last time, we got everything we wanted to done), and that would make it more expensive… on our last trip, I ended up eating kiddie meals at lunch and saving my meal money for dinner. I actually think I spent within my daily meal money.
I really want to be able to eat with Mickey, but I need to keep the character meals within the parks, and we won’t have time (or money) for Donald’s Safari Breakfast. It’s a shame they took character dining out of LTT.