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#1 User is offline   suziebabe 

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Posted 01 March 2004 - 04:54 PM

Hi Fellow Disney Lovers! :P
I need advice :shock:
We are planning our next holiday (18th July) to celebrate my Dad's 50th Birthday. And we (mum & myself) would like any advice on 'special Disney supprises' we can give Dad on his special day. Can anyone suggest? :?
Also we need a recommendation of the best Disney restaurant to go to for his evening Birthday meal?
We are stopping on Disney property - Old Key West Resort.
Any advice very welcomed! :D
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#2 User is offline   QuickGold 

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Posted 01 March 2004 - 07:13 PM

suziebabe said:

I need advice :shock:

You came to the right place :P

suziebabe said:

We are planning our next holiday (18th July) to celebrate my Dad's 50th Birthday. And we (mum & myself) would like any advice on 'special Disney supprises' we can give Dad on his special day. Can anyone suggest? :?
Also we need a recommendation of the best Disney restaurant to go to for his evening Birthday meal?
We are stopping on Disney property - Old Key West Resort.
Any advice very welcomed! :D

I'm sure others can help with disney surprises, but as for birthday meal, I'd go to (In MGM) Brown Derby or (elsewhere)His fave country at Epcot or the California Grill at the Contemporary.

Of course, if you eat at Epcot, I'd say ask for a table with a view of the water and eat late to see Illuminations while eating.
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Posted 01 March 2004 - 11:08 PM

All the parks but the Studios have birthday buttons in Guest Relations, they are all different :P Tell all the CMs that you see that it's his birthday and everyone will make a big deal about it :D
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Posted 02 March 2004 - 12:14 AM

Be sure to tell your waiter wherever you dine that it's your dad's birthday when you "go to the bathroom" or some other excuse to leave the table..always some funny way to embarass the guy :P
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