(Sea)Lions & Gators & Dolphins….Oh, My! A Halloween PTR/TR with a “wild” theme - Oct/Nov '18

Monykalyn

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LOVE the Fort! If I ever win lottery I am buying a mega trailer to keep in orlando and reserve as a campsite for as many days as I can, I'd live at the Fort.
I have joined the UOAP Facebook
Didn't like this group

I wish Disney annual passes weren't so expensive!
::yes::

It's a cool little part of Disney. The horses are gorgeous. I'm not really a "country girl", but I could get used to this kind of a farm :blush:.
It is so clean too!

vowed to NEVER again do Trail's End and Boma in the same day :rolleyes: and made our way out into the fresh air of the spring night.
I am full just thinking about it!
I used to be in the UOAP Facebook group, but it’s SO nasty over there.
Totally agree it is not a pleasant group. Didn't know about the OI run group though-I am on their newsletter list. Good tip!
Gina-I recommended you for the UOAP group that is Unofficial that I am in. MUCH better run and much much nicer people! Feel free to decline, just wanted to give you the option if you want a passholder group that isn't full of constant snark :)
 

Gina-Gina-Bo-Bina

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No, no heartburn luckily. But i can’t say that I’ve ever had heartburn before lol

I used to be in the UOAP Facebook group, but it’s SO nasty over there. Most of the people in the group just assume that everyone should know everything about universal, so god forbid someone asks a question. It’s more times than not immediately met with a snarky comment to try and make that person feel dumb. It’s not moderated at all either. I think i lasted a month in there before i left because it wasn’t something i wanted to be a part of. I would HIGHLY recommend the Universal Community by Orlando Informer page. Their website has a plethora of up to date knowledge, and the entire group is so very helpful. It’s a MUCH friendlier atmosphere!
Yes, I have definitely noticed how harsh the UOAP page is :crazy2:. I will make a point of checking out the Orlando Informer page instead......thanks for the suggestion :thumbsup2.

I shouldn't have read the latest update about the buffet because I feel that way right now. Mom and I went to a Brazilian Steakhouse tonight and so full! Trail Ends is always a good bet as well. We've enjoyed it a bunch.
What ADR's have you guys made for this trip? Or are you sticking with quick service to maximize your time? And when do you leave? Hopefully before the next big round of snow!!

Trails End is another place I need to try!
Yes you do, my friend. Go hungry! Its soooooo delish!

LOVE the Fort! If I ever win lottery I am buying a mega trailer to keep in orlando and reserve as a campsite for as many days as I can, I'd live at the Fort.
Didn't like this group

::yes::

It is so clean too!


I am full just thinking about it!
Totally agree it is not a pleasant group. Didn't know about the OI run group though-I am on their newsletter list. Good tip!
Gina-I recommended you for the UOAP group that is Unofficial that I am in. MUCH better run and much much nicer people! Feel free to decline, just wanted to give you the option if you want a passholder group that isn't full of constant snark :)
Thank you for the recommendation, I have submitted my request to join :thumbsup2. How nice it would be to partake in a group where people could be helpful and kind :rolleyes:.

I am totally on board with an RV purchase if our Powerball dreams ever come true. I would load up those kitties and we would start traversing North America in comfort and style. And yes, a brief foray at the Fort would definitely be one of our southern stops, too!
 

Mrs Doubtfire

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We went for another visit to Trails End in December, but it was packed! The food was tasty but the lines pretty big. We also had a walk around a few of the RVs to view the decorations. I love the golf carts too, all decorated and with Christmas music playing.
 
  • Gina-Gina-Bo-Bina

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    We went for another visit to Trails End in December, but it was packed! The food was tasty but the lines pretty big. We also had a walk around a few of the RVs to view the decorations. I love the golf carts too, all decorated and with Christmas music playing.
    We still have to give Trail's End a try for breakfast some day. We hear it's excellent as well. Maybe in October!
     

    Monykalyn

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    We still have to give Trail's End a try for breakfast some day. We hear it's excellent as well. Maybe in October!
    My DD went to Trails End several times during her college programs. I think the CM's got a great discount, and they loved the food!
    Funnily enough we tend to not do breakfast out-except for character breakfasts! Maybe those are the only ones worth waking up for??
    What are your dates in October? I am renewing at least mine and middle kids Universal passes, as we plan on going to HHN. Now my older daughter is making noises about HHN too, but she would want to go in October...any excuse for me to go to Orlando :)
     

    I-4Bound

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    I bought our Blue Man Group tickets this evening! So excited! Thank you so much for posting that link, I never would have known about it if it hadn't been for you.
     

    Gina-Gina-Bo-Bina

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    Tuesday, October 30th: Fort Wilderness, continued



    After dinner, we had some time to kill before we had to head over to check in for Return to Sleepy Hollow. As we exited the restaurant, we took note of all the people and activities that had materialized since we had gone inside for dinner: the whole area was abuzz with excitement. We opted to take a stroll around and check it all out.



    There were all sorts of fun Halloween props and decor scattered about the resort, which made for some great photo backdrops (especially as the sun was setting and things took on a very Halloween-y feel). We gladly took the opportunity to snap a few photos as we milled about.

    Despite all the chatter from a the scads of excited resort guests, we could hear some catchy music coming from somewhere nearby, and discovered that they had a DJ on the beach. Dance party under the stars!!! :dogdance:



    It was super pretty down by the water......large jack-o-lantern lights lined the fencing along the lake, and combined with the fun tunes being spun by the DJ, it definitely set a great mood. It was easy to see why so many families fall in love with the Fort.



    Several of the golf carts from the Halloween Parade....those that were selected as the best overall entries.....had been rolled in and put on display for resort guests and visitors.



    People were encouraged to vote for their favorites, and this display drew a very hearty (and spirited!) crowd. Those top 6 (?) golf carts were quite a sight to see!! It was incredible to see how much time and effort some folks had put into creating a golf cart masterpiece. We weren't sure we could even pick a favorite...they were all awesome!!







    In addition to the golf cart judging, a jack-o-lantern carving contest was also drawing A LOT of interest. A huge display of carved pumpkins lit up the dark night, and they were all just as impressive (in their own right) as the golf carts. Check out the detail on some of these.....I can't even imagine how much time it took for some of them to be carved!! :worship:





    They even had Photopass photographers strolling through the mayhem. One of them stopped us and offered to snap a quick pic:



    As fun as all the Halloween activities were, a quick check of the time confirmed that we needed to make our way back to the Tri Circle D farm and check in for the movie. We didn't want to be late :).

    As we made our way up to the Tri Circle D stable across from the Blacksmith Shop, we were greeted by a wonderful, eerie display: the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery.



    Ichabod Crane's hat even hung on one of the crosses. I true Disney style, no detail was missed.

    We joined the short line that formed and waited for one of the CM's to come out and begin checking us in. A few minutes before the event staff started making their way through the small crowd with their clip boards, they made an announcement that the take-away gifts (which were included with the Premium and Ultimate tickets but NOT provided to General ticket holders) would be available for purchase in limited quantities for any General guests that were interested......for (gasp! :eek:) $40 each. I instantly did the math in my head......General admission was $22 per person, and included the viewing of the Legend of Sleepy Hollow (seating in the rows furthest back in the stables, rows 11 thru.....20?, maybe?), a bag of popcorn, and a limited edition Sleepy Hollow collector pin. Premium admission, at $38, included everything in the General tier as well as one of the "swag bags" to take home (more on the contents of that later!) and seating closer to the screen (rows 6 through 10). The Ultimate ticket [which is what we purchased, $60 per person] included everything already mentioned in both tiers plus the best seating in the house (rows 1 through 5) AND admission to the Van Tassel Dessert Party. As I did the calculations.....$22 for the general ticket plus $40 for the souvenir packs = $62.....I cringed knowing that their overall cost was more than we paid for the Ultimate ticket which entitled us to MUCH better seats and the dessert party afterward. I quickly gave that breakdown to Steve and declared....no one will buy them for that much money!!

    Well, butter my buns and call me a biscuit, THEY SOLD THEM ALL :confused3. People started clamoring for them....waving down the CM's and handing over payment without batting an eyelash.

    :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused:

    I was baffled. But maybe I'm weird. At any rate, those folks that were able to purchase the souvenir swag bags were happier than pigs in clover.....and I suppose that kind of joy is what a Disney vacation is all about.

    Once those bags were claimed and payments settled, they began to check us in for the event.



    As each family was granted access into the stables, the night began with family photos in front of the festive backdrop at the entrance. Photopass was there to capture the pictures for anyone who had Memory Maker, but staff were equally as happy to snap photos with personal cameras or cell phones .... in fact, for most folks, they took the time to do both (photopass and cell phone pics). Super kind.



    They provided props (a lantern and pumpkin) which we both thought was a great touch. For all guests, they took a more formal "smiley" picture, and then a "scared" pose.



    And just for comparison.....these were the ones they took with my phone (a decent enough quality that had we not had access to Photopass....for which a huge thanks goes to @afan for her kindness!.....I would have been totally content with these two pics ::yes::):





    Once photos were taken, we proceeded to the desk where we were each given our Sleepy Hollow Swag Bags (which include everything you see here: an insulated lunch bag filled with a souvenir lanyard, collector pin, color-changing plastic cup, and an assortment of Halloween candy). While very nice, NOT what I would pay $40 a person for :crazy2:. We also each got to choose a LARGE bag of Pop Secret Popcorn: various flavors were available so there was something for every taste. While drinks were not included, a water cooler was stationed nearby so you could take small cups as you needed them. I ended up bringing my popcorn back to the villa with us (as did Steve for most of his bag) since we were just too full to do much snacking during the show.



    ......To be continued.....
     
  • Gina-Gina-Bo-Bina

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    My DD went to Trails End several times during her college programs. I think the CM's got a great discount, and they loved the food!
    Funnily enough we tend to not do breakfast out-except for character breakfasts! Maybe those are the only ones worth waking up for??
    What are your dates in October? I am renewing at least mine and middle kids Universal passes, as we plan on going to HHN. Now my older daughter is making noises about HHN too, but she would want to go in October...any excuse for me to go to Orlando :)
    And Boma!! Boma is worth waking up for, especially if you ask Steve :laughing:. He's already talking about our next visit in May!!

    Tentatively, we're looking at October 19th through 26th. We are currently waiting for Frontier to release their flight for the fall before we decide for sure, but that's our preferred week (the last week of the month is out as I can't be away from work on the 1st of the month, and that last week crosses over into November). Do let me know if your timing ends up jiving with ours! We would LOVE to meet up with y'all!

    I bought our Blue Man Group tickets this evening! So excited! Thank you so much for posting that link, I never would have known about it if it hadn't been for you.
    You are so welcome!! :goodvibes I hope we both end up having a blast!! Which date did you decide on?
     

    I-4Bound

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    We're going March 24. My husband and kids will be blocked out of Universal Studios that day because it's a concert day (season passes), so I figured it was the perfect time to see the show. I can't believe how cheap it was, especially considering the fact that we paid $80 a person to see La Nouba in years past!
     

    Gina-Gina-Bo-Bina

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    Tuesday, October 30th: Return to Sleepy Hollow



    Once we had our photos taken and picked up our souvenir bags and popcorn, we were invited to select our seats from any available within the first five rows. Other than about 5 other seats, we had our pick of the remainder. We opted for row 3, leaving all of the front row open for anyone with small kids or wheelchairs as a courtesy.

    After we sat down our belongings, we strolled around to the rear of the stable (near the general seating area) to check out the gorgeous display that featured the buggy from the Haunted Mansion movies. Very cool!





    Eventually we returned to our seats and readied ourselves for the start of the movie. We could hear the horses shuffling about in the stables adjacent to our chairs......the whole atmosphere was just perfect for a Halloween-inspired event.



    For about the last 15 minutes before the show (which kicked off at EXACTLY the designated time :thumbsup2), they had some fun trivia on the giant screen which hung at the far end of the stables. It was a great way to pass the time.



    For the final five minutes before showtime, guests were encouraged to make any last minute trips to the restroom (as there was none in the stable itself) and then take their seats if they had not already done so. The main event was about to begin.



    I was pretty excited to see the movie: while I was familiar with the Legend of Sleepy Hollow story, can you believe I had never actually seen the 1949 Disney adaptation? Steve, apparently, had seen it multiple times.....because he could recite sections of the show by memory. It surprised me just how "dark" the film was.....they definitely didn't soften kids shows 70 years ago like they do now! It was a great show, though, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Watching Sleepy Hollow may just be our newest Halloween tradition.

    At the conclusion of the movie, without skipping a beat, the large screen effortlessly disappeared into the rafters of the stables to reveal a set of massive doors. CM's quietly walked to the doors and unhitched the latch.....



    ....and as the large doors were opened, from amidst a dense cloud of fog appeared the true star of the show: the Headless Horseman himself.



    Not a statue, but a REAL Headless Horseman. That reveal was truly something to see!!

    CM's began leading families up, one at a time, for photos with Mr. Horseman beginning with the front rows and working their way back (so Ultimate guests had the least wait). Photopass photographers were there but again, a separate CM was alongside and happy to take photos with guest cameras and cell phones as well. As with the entry photos, they did both a formal pose and a "scared face" picture.





    It had been a fantastic night so far, but the fun wasn't done yet!!!

    Once we had finished with our pictures with the Headless Horseman, all Ultimate ticket holders were directed to make their way over to the Blacksmith's Shop across the walkway to partake in the Van Tassel Dessert Party.



    We gathered our things and off we went.....time to eat, drink and be merry! (or, should that be...."scary"? :scratchin)
     
  • Gina-Gina-Bo-Bina

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    Tuesday, October 30th: the Van Tassel Dessert Party



    While Steve held our place in line to await entry into the Sleepy Hollow Event earlier that night, I had taken the opportunity to grab a few photos of the Blacksmith Shop all decked out for the dessert party while it was still empty......and I was glad I did, because by the time we arrived to enjoy the dessert party festivities, the room was PACKED with people :crowded:.

    There were two movie seating for the Legend of Sleepy Hollow: one at 8 pm and a second at 10 pm. Both offered Ultimate tickets that included the dessert party, but only one dessert party was hosted (in between the two time slots at 9 pm). So for the early seating, like us, the dessert party fell after the movie. For the late seating, the dessert party was prior to the movie. That small space, however, REALLY struggled to comfortably fit the two groups of people (about 50 in total, plus an assortment of Disney CM's). While Steve and I managed to snag one of the last open tables, many other folks were not so lucky.



    The setting itself was super nice, though, and provided a very fitting atmosphere for this special activity. They had fires burning in the large ovens and were using them to cook one of the featured desserts (specifically, the pumpkin spice s'mores).



    A variety of beverages were included at the party including beer and win, some of which had been enjoyed FAR too much by a few guests :rolleyes1 ... which resulted in some annoyingly boorish and loud behavior, and some stumbling about between other families who were squished into the small space. Seriously people :sad2:. We felt truly sorry for some young families who were at the party with really petite children (and a few attendees who had kids in wheelchairs) as those standing tables were completely inaccessible to them. Getting wheelchairs around the packed space was also almost impossible.....Disney really, REALLY needs to separate the two dessert parties and host two separate sessions for the two separate seatings.

    That criticism aside, the desserts were really well done and quite different from what we were expecting!

    The Banana Cream Pie Chocolate Boots were super elaborate and just as appealing to the taste buds as they were to the eyes.





    The Almond Meringue Cookies came in various flavors and were nice and light.



    They had beautiful little Candied Apple Mousse cups:



    ......Red Velvet Cupcakes with caramel buttercream and festive decorations:



    .....Turtle Brownies (which were super fudgy and yummy even if my photo makes them look dreadful):



    ......"coconut hay bales" (aka macaroons):



    .....and the aforementioned warm pumpkin s'mores which were cooked over the fire:



    Neither one of us tried the s'mores (we are not fans of pumpkin....oh, how I wish they had been just normal marshmallows instead of the pumpkin spice flavored!) but everything else we sampled was really tasty. Two thumbs up all around.



    Had the area been less congested, we probably would have stayed longer than we did.....but after being elbowed and stepped on by an umpteenth staggering half-drunk loud person, we enjoyed our fill of the desserts and then opted to give up our table to another family who was trying to balance their plates and drinks on any other available space. We had had a full FUN day anyway, so were happy to begin the journey back to the resort.

    As we made our way down the pathway toward the bus stop, we found the night had one last surprise in store for us......Chip and Dale were at the Fort, all dressed in their Halloween finery! pirate: Better yet, there was literally NO LINE AT ALL.....so we walked right up into their warm chipmunk embraces :hug:.



    There was no Photopass photographer there but a team of friendly CM's were happy to snap some pictures for us with my camera. What a perfectly wonderful encounter to top off our awesome Disney Day!



    We caught the next bus back to the main parking lot, collected the rental vehicle, and headed back to SVR.

    We indulged in a short soak in the Fountains hot tubs, but headed to bed by 11.....tomorrow was Discovery Cove (with the dolphin swim!!) so we'd have an early start to another busy day. We needed to be fresh and rested to make the most of our much-anticipated Dolphin Day!
    Halloween Day at DC is next :beach:. All treats, no tricks!

     

    Mrs Doubtfire

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    You really lucked out seeing the golf carts and carvings. The horse in your pictures is a handsome looking beast.
    You just uploaded the next instalment, those boots look delicious. What a shame it was cramped and a few guests overindulged.
     
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    pattyw

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    Taking my middle to HHN again this year- but in September. Guess that means I’ll be renewing our passes too..darn...lol
    We'll be there late September!:)

    We are super excited to see the show for the first time in May :hyper:.
    It's a fun show!!

    Love Trail's End!! Good food & good price (for a Disney meal!)

    Love those golf cart pictures! :thumbsup2

    I'd love to try that movie & dessert party! Hope they have it this year! They'll probably be announcing it soon if so!
     

    Joanna71985

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    Ooo, can't wait for the next part! ;)

    That horse is beautiful! I may have to try to do this event next year
     

    bobbie68

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    Hi Gina:wave2: I really enjoyed your Boma and Sleepy Hollow event report. We only at at Boma once and for dinner. The dinner food was awesome so I am sure we would feel the same about the breakfast. Your AKL report got me ready to surprise Liv with staying there. It is one of my favorite resorts. I am glad that you liked the food, we have a habit of over eating at buffets all the time.

    We have never been to the fort. I will have to put it on my itinerary sometime. The food looks good at Trail's End and we love buffets. The event looked so cool, what a fun thing to do. You and Steve looked like you had the best time. I think the deal you got for the event and desert party was great! I would do that, I love the Sleepy Hollow story, and desert parties are the best.

    I am getting excited about the trip. I have been doing a lot of research on touring the parks. I like to be familiar with everything. We have decided to do the all day dining at Sea World. We are going to get the elite package with DC. I decided that I am going to bring snacks into Aquatica then when we leave eat food. I have done my research to know what I can bring in.

    I can't wait for the rest of your report:goodvibes
     

    Pumpkin1172

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    What a great party!!! It looks like it would be a very unique way to see the movie and have some extra special Disney Magic. I would not be able to do that one. I'm very allergic to horses. Even when we go to the local rodeo here, which is outdoors, I still have my asthma act up, and my sinuses start to drip and eyes feel itchy. If I don't drug myself to the max with allergy meds...I will need to leave. They seem to be getting worse as I get older now...NOT better. I'm the same way with cats as well :o As much as we would like to even consider having one, myself and the older son do NOT tolerate them well. Even staying at someones house for a few hours with a cat is hard on my lungs, sinuses and eyes.

    Can't wait to hear more of your trip. Loving the sunshine, heat filled pictures.
     

    verleniahall

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    Yours went so much better than mine - i think that the smoke triggered an asthma attack and it just ended up not being enjoyable after that - i think WHEN we go for halloween again (2021 Ya;ll!!) that I want to try it again - i know 2 things

    #1 - wear a mask from the hospital to help with the smoke
    #2 - take a jacket because it gets cold
     

    Gina-Gina-Bo-Bina

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    You really lucked out seeing the golf carts and carvings. The horse in your pictures is a handsome looking beast.
    You just uploaded the next instalment, those boots look delicious. What a shame it was cramped and a few guests overindulged.
    Even with the cramped quarters and the tipsy event-goers, it was still a really great evening. We're pretty adaptable on the whole, but I do think (for purposes of this report) its still worth noting the criticisms for anyone else who might be considering the event for next year. Even better, maybe Disney is listening! :-)rotfl:, I know that's not the case, but once can hope). Since this was the first year for the dessert party add-on, its quite possible that the overcrowding will be noted and the dessert parties for both movie seatings will be kept separate next year.

    The boots were my favorite dessert of the night :).

    We'll be there late September!:)

    It's a fun show!!

    Love Trail's End!! Good food & good price (for a Disney meal!)

    Love those golf cart pictures! :thumbsup2

    I'd love to try that movie & dessert party! Hope they have it this year! They'll probably be announcing it soon if so!
    If you want to attend the Return to Sleepy Hollow event, be sure to book early. Our October 30th date (as well as several others) sold out by mid-May. With such limited amounts of guests, those seats go super fast.

    So you and Joe have seen Blue Man Group?? And liked it?

    Ooo, can't wait for the next part! ;)

    That horse is beautiful! I may have to try to do this event next year
    You totally should! Dinner at Trail's End and then the Return to Sleepy Hollow. Two must-do's in one night!
    Yeah, you're going to have to say that again with just a cute little country accent!!! :rotfl2::rotfl2:
    My country accent is a little unrefined, but some would say I have perfected the Canadian accent ;). I'm a bit of a natural where the latter is concerned, eh?

    Hi Gina:wave2: I really enjoyed your Boma and Sleepy Hollow event report. We only at at Boma once and for dinner. The dinner food was awesome so I am sure we would feel the same about the breakfast. Your AKL report got me ready to surprise Liv with staying there. It is one of my favorite resorts. I am glad that you liked the food, we have a habit of over eating at buffets all the time.

    We have never been to the fort. I will have to put it on my itinerary sometime. The food looks good at Trail's End and we love buffets. The event looked so cool, what a fun thing to do. You and Steve looked like you had the best time. I think the deal you got for the event and desert party was great! I would do that, I love the Sleepy Hollow story, and desert parties are the best.

    I am getting excited about the trip. I have been doing a lot of research on touring the parks. I like to be familiar with everything. We have decided to do the all day dining at Sea World. We are going to get the elite package with DC. I decided that I am going to bring snacks into Aquatica then when we leave eat food. I have done my research to know what I can bring in.

    I can't wait for the rest of your report:goodvibes
    Wow, your trip is shaping up to be EPIC! What is your countdown at now?

    I think you'll be super pleased with the all-day dining options at SeaWorld. The plan is a great value and we've always had great food at the SW restaurants.

    What a great party!!! It looks like it would be a very unique way to see the movie and have some extra special Disney Magic. I would not be able to do that one. I'm very allergic to horses. Even when we go to the local rodeo here, which is outdoors, I still have my asthma act up, and my sinuses start to drip and eyes feel itchy. If I don't drug myself to the max with allergy meds...I will need to leave. They seem to be getting worse as I get older now...NOT better. I'm the same way with cats as well :o As much as we would like to even consider having one, myself and the older son do NOT tolerate them well. Even staying at someones house for a few hours with a cat is hard on my lungs, sinuses and eyes.

    Can't wait to hear more of your trip. Loving the sunshine, heat filled pictures.
    Bummer on the horse allergy! The Disney stables are definitely not the place you want to hang out in, then. No sense ruining a fun vacation with an allergy attack.

    We booked the Return to Sleepy Hollow as an alternative to MNSSHP (which we were disappointed in the year prior....WAY too oversold) and it was an excellent substitute for us. We thought the price point was pretty fair as well, especially for Disney. I would love to see them add more special ticketed events such as these....they allow us to get our Disney fix without having to visit a park :thumbsup2.

    Yours went so much better than mine - i think that the smoke triggered an asthma attack and it just ended up not being enjoyable after that - i think WHEN we go for halloween again (2021 Ya;ll!!) that I want to try it again - i know 2 things

    #1 - wear a mask from the hospital to help with the smoke
    #2 - take a jacket because it gets cold
    It really was disappointing that your night for Sleepy Hollow was so cold. Our evening was absolutely perfect weather.....warm, no wind, and super pleasant. If it was rainy, damp or chilly then I could definitely see needing a hoodie or jacket ::yes::.

    And the smoke? Well, that just stunk.....literally and figuratively. So thankful we didn't have to deal with that issue either. Not only is it asthma irritating, its just ruins the enjoyment for other guests.

    I think you need a re-do the next time you travel in the fall!
     

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