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  1. That's really a question you have to answer. How much do you like Disney, from what you've seen how many days do you think you want there, do you want to do anything else in Tokyo (La Qua and Joypolis are both less than 20min from Disney)?

     

    We did Disney for 2 full days, and 2 half days. Felt pretty much like we'd seen most. Although I would really like to go back!

     

    Elissa "The Chip and Dale Stuff is calling my name!" Alvey

  2. You can get them at Disneyland...the Disneyworld Bride ones are HIDEOUS!!!! (The Groom ears are the same at both parks). If you won't be going to Disneyland before the wedding I'm pretty sure you can mail order them from Disneyland, just give them a call. Make sure to wear them while on your honeymoon, you'll get some cool 'perks'!

     

    Elissa "Disney is awesome!!!" Alvey

  3. If you're just doing the Disney Resort it will be extremely easy and not even too expensive!

     

    Fly in and out of Narita take the shuttle bus to Disney for $20...stay at one of the non-disney hotels on disney property and have a great time!

     

    During Season expect to pay around $280/night for a hotel right on property...during less busy times expect to pay around $180/night. 4 Day park hopper will be about $150.

     

    Elissa "damn those souvenirs!!!" Alvey

  4. It's really hard to explain...we're planning on taking many pictures this time around!

     

    They were kind of "backwards" as in the 'hole' was up front and the bowl was in the back...so if you took a dump, it was kind of 'on display' instead of down in the hole!

     

    Sorry if that was too graphic, but it's the Netherlands!

     

    Elissa "Who needs Goliath when you have backwards toilets?" Alvey

  5. I can't say too much yet since I don't have kids of my own, but I think I would be VERY cautious. I guess I come from the school of "just because they're tall enough, does not mean that they're ready to ride". Perfect example is X at SFMM...I really don't think a 7 year old belongs anywhere near that ride!

     

    Also I think we as 'enthusiasts' are luckier than the 'GP' in this sense as we know which rides are smoother or rougher for children. For example I'd rather take a young child on a Vekoma Roller Skater which is bigger, taller, faster than some of those kiddies at Carnivals that are Spine Adjusters because I know the Roller Skater is a nice smooth ride.

     

    I think it is very important to get babies used to parks...the loud noises, all the visual distractions, etc. If they grow up with it, it will be 2nd nature once they're able to ride and they won't be as scared.

     

    Elissa "no clue as to what my kids first ride will be!" Alvey

  6. Hey! I would eat Rye Bread!!! (only dipped in ketchup though!)

     

    I'm more of a plain old white bread girl...

     

    As for civilization...DECLINE! At least we'll have some cool stuff as we go spiraling into the abyss!

     

    Elissa "Mmmm Rye Bread and Ketchup" Alvey

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