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Old 09-14-2013, 07:49 PM   #1
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Happy 10 Years - The Anniversary of our "Dreams" TR

OK, it's time to get this started!

For those of you who don't know us, I'll start with introducing me and my little family.

Me (Jenn - 37): Lover of all things Disney. My first trip was in the summer of 1983, just a few months before my 7th birthday. I was instantly hooked, and now after 16 + trips Im still feeding my addiction. Im so happy to be making new Disney memories with my own children now, nothing makes me happier than seeing the smiles on their faces when we are there. My Favorite characters are Minnie and Tink.

DH (Chris 38): Though hell claim to be not nearly as obsessed as I am, he is a Disney lover through and through. His favorite characters include Grumpy, Goofy and the Beast.

DD (Kaeli 9): Bright, creative and funny are some of the words Id use to describe my Kaeli. Shes turning into a little planner too, one of her favorite things to do is watch Disney Parks videos on line always taking notes for future trips. Favorite characters of hers are Duffy, Goofy and Merida.



DD (Abby 7): Quiet and shy, but also silly and fun loving, Abby is a true believer in Disney magic. Its always fun to see things through her eyes. Some of her favorite characters are Minnie and Duffy.




This trip to the World was our family's 5th and we decided to make it extra special to celebrate our tenth wedding anniversary which was this past May. We planned on a nine night stay in a Royal Room at POR, followed by a 3 night Bahamian cruise on the Dream. To top it all off, we stayed one last night after the cruise in a Little Mermaid room at AoA. What an amazing, magical whirlwind of a trip it was

To read a little more about the details of our planning for this trip you can check out my PTR here:
http://www.passporterboards.com/foru...-sept-2-a.html

I'm working on the first day of our trip now, so I'll be back soon with an update
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I'm glad I'm home in time for the start of your TR. I've been looking forward to this one. I love following your sweet family around the parks!
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Day 1 - Tuesday 8/20

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I woke up fairly early today, even though our flight was not until 5 pm. We were off to Disney today and the anticipation made it easy to bounce out of bed a little before 7 am I won’t bore you with the details, but the morning was filled with some last minute packing, some straightening up around the house and a few errands. Everyone but me ate an early lunch since we planned on an early dinner before the flight at the airport. My pre flight nervous stomach was already acting up so I decided to skip lunch at that point. I figured I’d grab something light at the airport later.

After packing up the car and locking up the house, we were off to Newark Airport around 2:30.


We're off!


The Turnpike was free and clear, we made it to terminal A in a little more than 20 minutes. We grabbed our bags out of the truck and headed inside to find no lines at all at check in. A few minutes later our bags were sent off and we had our boarding passes in hand. I headed down to the pre security food court with the girls while Chris went back out to drop the car off at the Police building parking lot. The girls and I sat at a table near the window, watching the planes outside as we waited for Chris to return.



Once Chris was back, we decided to get something to eat for the girls. Chris wasn’t too hungry yet and I was still dealing with my nervous stomach so most of the heavy food court offerings weren’t appealing to us. The girls finished up their meals and we headed off to security, only to find a huge line. Thankfully, because Chris was with us, we were able to use the employee entrance and bypass the line. It was probably about 3:45 at that point, and our flight was boarding at 4:30. It definitely would have been cutting it close had we been stuck in the regular line.

We breezed through security and headed to our gate. The screens were showing our flight as “on time”, but the plane was not there as of yet so I was hoping we wouldn’t be delayed. We sat and waited, and as time inched closer to 4:30, still no plane. I was starting to get a little hungry at that point, so I grabbed a quick pretzel from Auntie Anne's and took the girls for one last bathroom break. Chris went to speak to the gate agent about Kaeli’s peanut allergy while we were gone as well. When we got back to our seats our flight had arrived and it’s passengers were getting off. We probably started boarding around 4:50, with our flight still scheduled to leave around 5:09. As we boarded the plane, Chris reminded the Flight Attendant that was greeting us about Kaeli’s allergy, just as the gate agent told him to do. Well, she just seemed annoyed that he was letting her know and very curtly said that she was aware and everything would be taken care of (Jet Blue’s policy is to create a buffer zone around the person with allergies – those people in the buffer zone are supposed to be asked to refrain from eating peanuts/nuts on the flight). I let it slide and headed towards our seats, I figured maybe she was just grumpy because of the delay or perhaps something else. We got settled into our row, with Chris and the girls sitting together across the aisle from me. About 20 minutes late, we were finally taxiing down the runway for takeoff.



Everything was going smoothly until snack time came around and the female flight attendant who greeted us was no where to be seen. Instead, another flight attendant began handing out snacks in our section and I noticed that nuts were given to some guests who were in the supposed “buffer zone”. I immediately spoke up and started saying “excuse me” to get his attention, and when he finally looked my way I reminded him of the allergy in our row. He looked like a deer in headlights and completely panicked. Instead of asking for the nuts back from the other customers, he just began grabbing them back out of their hands yelling, “you can’t have those!”. Obviously those customers were a little upset with his reaction, and after he told them of the allergy they were looking around to see who these people with allergies were. It was just an all around uncomfortable situation. To top it off, when he mentioned it to the original flight attendant who had greeted us all she said was “oh yeah, I forgot about the allergy.” No apology to us, or the other customers for that matter. Way to drop the ball after “assuring” us that everything would be taken care of!

Other than that, our flight was smooth and we arrived at MCO at 7:50, about 10 minutes early, even with our 20 minute delay back home. We headed off to the baggage claim and got our bags




Excited to be on the "other" monorail!


And then we made our way over to the DME. For some reason our reservation information was not showing up in the DME system, even though it was clearly printed on our WDW travel booklet. It wasn’t really a problem, they just printed us up some new vouchers, scanned them and we were sent off to a waiting bus. There were quite a few people on the bus already, but the front seats were open so we grabbed them and got settled in.




Up Next: Is this bus ever going to leave???
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Oh, that error with the nuts on the plane makes me so mad! Good thing you caught the situation in time, but it was so unnecessary for it to have become an issue for you and for the other passengers.
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Sorry about the incident with the flight attendants. What a horrible situation to be put in. They definitely did drop the ball on that one.
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I think I pretty much look like your girls when riding the "other" monorail. In fact, I think it's probably the most exciting "ride"!

Sorry about the plane situation. They really did drop the ball on that one. Disgusting when it can really hurt the person, like a peanut allergy can. Glad you caught it and Kaeli was no worse for the wear.
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I have been looking forward to reading this. Glad your flight wasn't too late but what an awful way to manage a peanut allergy. Most flights I have been on lately won't serve them at all on a flight where there is an allergy. Maybe it is time they found a snack less prone to allergies as peanut allergies are so common these days.

Hope you were not too late getting to your resort.
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Oh, that error with the nuts on the plane makes me so mad! Good thing you caught the situation in time, but it was so unnecessary for it to have become an issue for you and for the other passengers.
It really was an unnecessary issue, especially after we followed all of the airline's policies about flagging our reservation and informing the flight crew of the allergy. I have since emailed Jet Blue about our experience and they let me know that the information was forwarded to the In Flight Management Team so that the flight attendants on our flight could be trained again regarding the allergy policy. I'm glad, because hopefully future customers will not experience what we did.

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Sounds like a relaxing travel day, except for the failure of the flight attendant to heed the allergies.
Minus that little hiccup it was definitely a nice relaxing travel day

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Sorry about the incident with the flight attendants. What a horrible situation to be put in. They definitely did drop the ball on that one.
It was especially frustrating since we followed all of the instructions given us by the airline. It just shouldn't have happened at all.

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I'm just glad we got the problem rectified, it certainly could have been a lot worse!

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I think I pretty much look like your girls when riding the "other" monorail. In fact, I think it's probably the most exciting "ride"!

Sorry about the plane situation. They really did drop the ball on that one. Disgusting when it can really hurt the person, like a peanut allergy can. Glad you caught it and Kaeli was no worse for the wear.
It's always exciting to be on that "ride", except for when you are heading back to your gate to go home. All of those bouncing, excited people are suddenly moping and sad

I'm so glad I caught the issue too, and hopefully the retraining that crew will get will stop future fliers on Jet Blue from having the same experience as us.

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I have been looking forward to reading this. Glad your flight wasn't too late but what an awful way to manage a peanut allergy. Most flights I have been on lately won't serve them at all on a flight where there is an allergy. Maybe it is time they found a snack less prone to allergies as peanut allergies are so common these days.

Hope you were not too late getting to your resort.
I agree, Hazel, I wish all airlines would give up the peanuts as snacks since there are so many other options out there. Maybe someday they'll all get on board with that idea.
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yay! you started your TR! I'm excited to read all about it

ughh what horrible flight attendants I think they should work on their communication skills, both with each other and customers.

I can't wait to read more! yay for DME!
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Sorry to hear about the situation on the plane. They should never of happened!! Glad it turned out in the end!
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