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Just got home from the Tiki Room Event


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  • Trip Report Just got home from the Tiki Room Event

    Yikes! We arrived at the Park at just a few minutes after opening (8 am) and the line stretched from the Disneyana Shop all the way down Main Street and turned the corner by the Hub.
    It was already in the low 80s, and we had to rely on the shade from a few trees until the line moved onto the area of Main Street that has buildings. That was two hours! Once we were next to the shops there was a bit of cooled air coming from the shops, and that helped.
    About four hours into our wait the line (which had been creeeping along slowly) stopped completely. They had run out of stock on a lot of items and had to call for a delivery--that took about 45 minutes.
    We finally entered Disneyana at a little after one o'clock. Most everything was still available (although the signing was long over) and we made our purchases and dragged ourselves home.
    The only real wrinkle was that they only had a total delivery of 50 of the fountains, so they took names of the interested parties and will call when they arrive in six to eight weeks.
    Last edited by RetroMousie; 06-22-2008, 05:13 PM.

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