Jump to content

BradyBzLyn...Mo

Members
  • Content Count

    34,842
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    156

BradyBzLyn...Mo last won the day on October 3

BradyBzLyn...Mo had the most liked content!

1 Follower

About BradyBzLyn...Mo

  • Rank
    Hero Fiend
  • Birthday May 14

Profile Information

  • Tag
    I'm a shady internet thug.
  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Southern NH

Recent Profile Visitors

42,978 profile views
  1. Bummer, but I had a feeling that was going to happen eventually. While definitely more convenient for campers, it was harder for Disney to keep an eye on what else was coming and going through there.
  2. There are at least a few camper rental companies that deliver to the Fort. It works the same for pretty much all of them, except for Meacham - who is the only "official" RV rental company at the Fort (unless you want a luxury MH). They get the advantage of being able to work with the Fort to get your camper in and setup before you arrive and they can also include a golf cart with your package. There are other good companies as well (see Jason's post) and I'd definitely go with someone that was recommended here by someone with recent experience. There have been some companies people have had problems with recently, including guests having their camper rental reservation cancelled at the last minute. If you're doing research online, be sure to read recent reviews, especially on their social media pages. That will usually give you a heads up if something isn't quite right.
  3. Totally understandable. I hear the cart issue. We were in 500 the last time Halloween was a Saturday. We ran out of (40 lbs) of candy in an hour and figured we might as well go visit some Fiends. Our site was just about halfway through the loop. It took us 30 minutes to get the cart out.
  4. Makes sense but still a major bummer. It was an awesome display. Not sure what specifically the issue was - the display was well on the actual sites, not in the road at all - but I can tell you that trying to get around that loop just with a golf cart was next to impossible. There were carts parked all over the road on both sides and people just everywhere.
  5. You never know where some of the best places will turn up! I stumbled on the gas station chicken totally by accident. Road trip to the Fort, driving straight through from NH, needed a quick rest stop right off the highway around 5am and saw the sign. While my driving companion was using the loo all I could smell was some crazygood chicken smells (good sign #1). And there were already people lining up to get some fresh out of the fryer... at 5am (good sign #2). And the capper - it was ridiculously cheap. I think I got 3 thighs and a couple of biscuits for less than $5. As far as I know it's still there. If you're traveling along 95 in Jarratt VA and have a hankering for fried chicken, look for the Granny's sign. It's an easy off/on. ...and the bathroom was clean too.
  6. I strongly advise against gas station sushi (unless that gas station is in actual Japan). However some of the best fried chicken I've ever had did come from a gas station in Jarratt Virginia!
  7. Pro Tip - if you have one nearby, try Trader Joe's tater tots. IMO better than any of the big name brands and cheaper too. And I'm always in favor of more sushi. Cali Grill has a limited (albeit super delicious) sushi menu - although I think it's slid a bit since the original woman that basically built the sushi bar there retired. Kona has actually expanded their sushi menu recently, but it's still somewhat limited. It's usually pretty good although I think it was better a few years back when their head sushi chef came from Cali Grill. Tokyo Dining at Epcot is pretty decent but I wouldn't burn a park ticket for it. Morimoto's and Kimono's actually have "real" sushi - not just a bunch of fancy rolls but a full menu with sashimi, etc., but I have only been to each once so I don't have a lot of experience. (I need to work on that) And then there's the dark horse in the race - and you're gonna think I'm nuts here (moreso than usual) - but Splitsville does decent sushi! Yes folks, bowling alley sushi is good. You heard it here.
  8. Or... just swing by our site around 10-11am. Because nothing says camping breakfast like bacon, eggs and tater tots. #DontLeaveHomeWithoutEm
  9. Even with a delivery fee you're still well ahead! Drinks in general (regular and alcoholic) are the one thing you can save yourself a ton of money on at WDW if you bring your own. Oh sure, but you had to brave getting around the dinosaurs to get to the cooler. 😜 (ok I know it wasn't THAT long ago, but kinda seems like it these days...)
  10. I had a "hot pot" in college - similar but smaller. Cooked many a ramen with that thing!
  11. Whenever I'm headed to TTC I always check out both lines and if there's a significant difference, I take the shorter one.
  12. I saw it too. I didn't wade through all the comments, but I skimmed and it was unclear to me if this is a new policy, if it's happening every night, or if it was some sort of weird one-off on a party night. If crowds were high, I could see them trying to keep the resort line for resort guests only, but scanning MBs sounds like it would just slow things down further and make a bigger mess.
  13. To be fair, my professional grade hair straightening iron could probably boil water if it was submersible, and for sure you can burn yourself with it. (#truestory)
×
×
  • Create New...