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  1. Travisma

    WWW2019 The Womenz are no longer "Roughing it"

    Hmmm, so there aren't any quiet spots available in EPCOT, or did the quiet corner at the Beach Club happen to be near oh just a wild guess BEACHES and CREAM?
  2. Yes, looks like only in China, but I wasn't sure if it was a 7-11 as we know it until I found those 2 links or something totally different.
  3. I didn't think so until I found this page... https://www.7-eleven.com.hk/en and this one https://www.7-eleven.com.hk/en/news/redemption-program
  4. https://disneyfashionista.com/fantastic-new-7-eleven-x-disney-camping-series/ There’s a new “Dream Camp Series” that is open for pre-orders from 7-Eleven in China! This limited edition 7-Eleven x Disney Camping Series pre-orders will be opened in May. This is actually the second series, with the first series featuring an adorable Mickey Tent! Limited Edition Limited Edition Mickey Series Fleece Dolls This little guy is 25 centimeters tall and comes with a backpack that can carry tiny trinkets, and you can even remove! These 13 liter coolers come in Mickey and Winnie the Pooh Designs. They have a divider plate inside so you can organize your snacks and meals. They also come with a carrying strap to make travel with them a breeze. Part of the fun of camping is getting to have picnics! These water-resistant picnic mats roll up for easy carrying, complete with a handle! Chip and Dale, or Winnie the Pooh are the choices offered. I wish I had one of these for when I go to the beach or park! The camp lights are one of my personal favorites, you can choose from blue, or beige and both have a Mickey design. The brightness of the LED light can be adjusted, and there is even a multifunctional night light and camping light! The handle makes it perfect for hanging up to keep your campsite aglow. These neck pillows hide a fun surprise… They also turn into blankets! They feature a soft and comfortable fabric for a versatile item that’s great for travel or camping. Waterproof bags are a must-have for camping, and who wouldn’t want Mickey Mouse ones? These 10 liter bags are great for storage and sling across your back! These are perfect for putting any valuables that you don’t want to see ruined with rain! In case you missed out on the first collection, you can check out some of the fun offerings that quickly sold out above. As an avid camper, I really wish this collection was available in the states, but I’m still very fond of it! What do you think of the fun 7-Eleven x Disney Camping Series? Is this something you would like to see in your neck of the woods?
  5. Travisma

    Three weekends and three camping trips

    We got ours used from Craigslist. The guy had some sort of advertising agency and he had 5 or 6 of them they used for events. We got the last one. It came with the grates, plate, ring, and the adapter hose to connect it to a big tank, along with the stand that has two wings. First time I used it, I didn't know you were supposed to fill the drip plate with water.
  6. Travisma

    Three weekends and three camping trips

    Good to hear. Mine came with one and a pot ring. Man the extras are expensive if you want to add on.
  7. Travisma

    Three weekends and three camping trips

    Did you know you can get a griddle plate for your roadtrip? Makes it a breeze cooking eggs, grilled sandwiches, etc.
  8. This must not be a true Disney function. $49 you get a gift and 3 drinks! Inconceivable!
  9. Travisma

    We’re Done

    We used to be freeloaders to a certain extent. When we drove from Tampa to Orlando to shop or do touristy things, we would always stop at the Fort. We would take the tram down to the settlement store, go to the deli counter, purchase made to order sandwiches, get some chips, sodas and a beer ($1.25) from the cooler, then walk down to the picnic tables at the beach. We'd eat lunch/dinner and watch the kids play in the sand and wade or swim in the lake. So technically we were freeloading since we didn't stay on property, but the Mouse still got $$ from us. This was back when you actually had breathing room at the Fort and didn't risk getting run over by golf carts. There were no pools to swim in and the Meadow was nothing but a meadow.
  10. Travisma

    Skyliner Update

    The Orlando Eye has 2 or 3 Coke cars on it where they roll a cooler of Coke products onto it for you to enjoy. They don't allow anyone to hang out and wait, you have to get on the next available car that comes along. But seriously, how much $$$ do the vinyls cost that they are slapping on those 22 cars? They can't afford to decorate all of them? Talk about penny pinching!
  11. Travisma

    We’re Done

    I remember back in the dark ages there used to be a sign to the right of the MK "toll booth" that would say there were/were not campgrounds available tonight.
  12. Travisma

    Three weekends and three camping trips

    Those lights along the cut thru path look like the same ones that were there when we camped over a month ago. They had a ton of decorations in their site.
  13. https://photos.orlandoweekly.com/these-vintage-photos-show-disney-worlds-evolution-from-florida-project-to-the-most-magical-place-on-earth/?slide=1&c069089da To see the photos, you will need to click on the above link, then at the photo of Walt and the governor, there is a next box on the upper right side to go to the other pictures These vintage photos show Disney World’s evolution from Florida Project to ‘the most magical place on Earth’ It's hard to believe that something once simply known as "The Florida Project" would change the face of Orlando and Central Florida forever. Walt Disney first envisioned his new theme park in the early 1960s, years after first opening Disneyland in California in 1955. Called "The Florida Project," Disney's plans included Magic Kingdom and something he called "Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow," or Epcot for short. Disney never got to see the attraction because he died in 1966 while it was still under construction. When Walt Disney World finally opened in 1971, Roy O. Disney dedicated the project to his late brother, saying, "Walt Disney World is a tribute to the philosophy and life of Walter Elias Disney … and to the talents, the dedication, and the loyalty of the entire Disney organization that made Walt Disney's dream come true. May Walt Disney World bring Joy and Inspiration and New Knowledge to all who come to this happy place … a Magic Kingdom where the young at heart of all ages can laugh and play and learn – together." In the decades since, "the most magical place on Earth" has attracted millions of guests and sealed Orlando's fate as one of the most visited cities in America. Check out these vintage photos from the State Library & Archives of Florida showing Disney World's evolution from the 60s to the late 90s.
  14. Travisma

    We’re Done

    Part of the issue, is that it's wide open from multiple points. Boat, bus, private vehicles. Some of the other resorts have a lot of access, but they make it harder to bring in your 3 ice chests and wagon full of picnic supplies. I've seen multiple cars stop at the back side of the meadow by 1500, unload enough gear to equip an army, and tons of people climb out like one of those clown cars at the circus. Other resorts will turn people away without reservations or charge for Valet Parking. I know around major holidays the Fort will turn visitors away, but people still come in somehow.
  15. Travisma

    Hey Mo! What’s good to eat?

    We ate there a while ago. The pizzas are pretty filling considering their size. Didn't know you can load them down with some of the toppings at no extra charge. Suggest reading their menu on line or outside before venturing in. It's like a production line and once you get started you go pretty quick. If you eat outside, so of the doors leading out there open inwards (hard to carry food and open the door) and others open outwards (much easier).