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Add me to the list of people who can't wait as well!
Outside the Church on Spilled Blood in St. Petersburg on our Baltic cruise. Read the pre-trip report for western Canada, Disney World for Bagman Days to remember Bill (LizardCop) and our Disney cruise.
I won't get to see it, at least not this year since I just returned from a 5 night trip. However, my PPH room overlooked DCA, and on the first night I was treated to what appeared to be a full test run. Could not see the projections very well since I was looking at the back of the water screens, but it was still very very cool. Lasted about 30 minutes, and we could even hear the audio from our room. Lights, color, water, even fire and the ferris wheel plays a part as well. Good luck to all who try to see it when it opens next week.
June 13th we will have the package dinner at Ariel's and then sit in a special section.
Mom calls to check on me and reminded me to pay the gardener. I love her so much.
Disneyland was fun with flag retreat and pickles. I have a home here, thank you. GAC is NOT a "front of the line pass".
She is gone but keeping signature. Laundry is getting done. My purpose in life is to help poor people in FL. Farewell, will miss you.
We are ending up going at the last minute on Saturday. (Well, for us planners, less than 2 days before is last minute!) Was able to get the Picnic deal with the viewing fastpasses, so looking forward to that. (Table service places were sold out.)
Looking forward to trying out some of the special snacks (flavored popcorn and glow in the dark cotton candy) also. There will be glow drinks also.
It's going to be a fun Saturday at the parks!
Did anyone watch the premiere last night? I won't spoil it for those who didn't, but it was awesome. I can't wait to see this in person.
My friend Kim and I both watched it to gear up for our trip on 19 1/2 days!!!! Woo Hoo! I must second, it was pretty darn cool. The imagineering and all the technical aspects (thats what I'm totally in to) looked phenomenal! We are going to see it on July 8 with the Wine Country Trattoria dining package, and last night just made me wanna go more!!!
Special ops issued us flip-flops, a guitar and a week or two! -Roger Clyne
I'm confused. I have read about indoor and outdoor "seating". Then I read where it mentioned having to stand to watch. Does anyone know if you buy the picnic meal if you will be able to sit to watch the show?