Thursday, August 29, 2013

Episode 119 -- Beginners' Guide to Beginners' Guides



This week Team MMOM help you help the people in your life their Beginner's  Guide to Beginner's Guides to Walt Disney World.  The men also talk back at some listeners.  Topics include Testa Bombing, Mike Newelling, our underdeveloped drinking palates, the best place to have a cocktail at the Swalphin, the role of Scotland in the UK Pavillion, L.E.N. criticism, and overaggressive crowd negotiation.  Kip has the Backpage.

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3 comments:

  1. Thanks for the response guys. I feel better now about your appreciation for the art of imbibing....we seem to have a lot in common. I thought me and my wife were weird for planning our Disney trips around fine food & drink, but it seems as if you all do as well.

    I agree with you Dutch about preferring the peaty Islay Scotch, but I also love any fine barrel-aged spirit...be it Rum, Anejo Tequila, Cognac, and especially Bourbon/Rye. I also recommend for Kip the Ola Dubh 18-year...it is an outstanding beer from Scotland (but he probably already has enjoyed one).

    By the way, I am a Virginian but currently own a construction company near Greenville, SC. I am not sure I can forgive you for calling me a northeasterner.

    Take care,
    Keith

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  2. Hey guys. I've discovered your show when you joined the TouringPlans network and it has quickly become my favorite of the network's podcasts.
    Beginners guide points I make, that you guys did not:
    1) A large pizza costs $40 in the park. That should give you an idea of how much everything else will cost.

    2) Have comfortable shoes; take a walk every day before your trip.

    3) If staying off-site, remember to add the cost of $15/day for parking at WDW

    4) Alcohol, soda, food can be delivered to your room from local grocers



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  3. Love your show, I'm glad I found you on the TP Network. I just wanted to comment on the backpage portion of your show, very insightful and true. I would rather Disney spend on new attractions rather than a marketing plan. I know I can count on you guys for the straight story.

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