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<< Introduction >>
It's Summertime, Summertime, Sum-Sum-Summertime!
Happy June everyone! Bet you didnít know I could sing so well. That was the
Sha-na-na version, by the way. For those of you wondering; Gary is still
submerged in the Swamp. Although at last report, bubbles were seen on the
surface. In the meantime, once again youíll have to settle for me. We have
lots of things to share with you this month, as temperatures rise and the
Disney World crowds increase. Without further adieu let the Insider begin!
<< News Around
INTERCOT continues to grow. We have toppled over the 7,000 registered member
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Store has once again increased in merchandise. You can now purchase items
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The selection is vast, ranging from apparel, to tote bags, to frisbees! Of
special note are *BRAND NEW* (and extra cool) items like the INTERCOT and
INTERCOT West License Plate Frames. What better way to spread the word about
your favorite websites then on the tail end of your car? Check it out. There
is something for everyone. Your support is greatly appreciated and every
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to INTERCOT! If you have a suggestion for additional items of interest, drop
us a line at
I know we are just gearing up for the summer season and hazy, hot and humid
is filling our minds. However, Disney has recently announced their Resort
Fall Savings. If you are vacationing at Walt Disney World between 8/25/01
and 10/02/02 you can take advantage of this special. Book your trip before
July, 08, 2002 and save $18 - $75 per night on lodging. Value Resorts listed
from $59 and Moderate Resorts from $89 per night. Stay in a Deluxe Resort
from $129 per night. Rooms available at these rates are limited. Call
INTERCOT's Exclusive Travel Agency, Kingdom Magic Travel today at
1-800-425-0306 formore details. Tell them you saw the special on INTERCOT
and ask for code CQT.
<< How to Survive the
Summer Heat - Part 2 with MNNHFL >>
In last month's Insider we reviewed the basics heat-related illnesses and
how to treat them. In this month's installment we'll look at strategies you
can use to beat the heat this summer on your vacation at Disney World.
Got Water? The most important way to prevent heat-related problems is
to increase your fluid intake when you're out under the hot sun. For
otherwise healthy people, that means 2-4 glasses of cool water every hour.
(For those with chronic health conditions, it is always best to consult your
doctor about how much you should drink.) You don't have to break the bank to
buy beverages at Disney World. Water is absolutely the best liquid to drink
to avoid dehydration, and many people bring water bottles to the parks and
just keep refilling them at drinking fountains or concessions all day. Try
to avoid drinks that contain alcohol or caffeine as they can actually
dehydrate your body.
Pace Yourself- If you are unaccustomed to being active in a hot
environment, start slowly and pick up the pace gradually (easier said than
done at the most Magical Place on Earth!) If exertion is causing your heart
to pound and your head to ache, then slow down.
Do a Balancing Act- Alternate periods of outdoor activity with indoor
(as in air-conditioned) activity. While it may be tempting to go right from
waiting in line at the Indy Speedway to a Mickey Meet and Greet in Toontown,
it would probably be a better idea to take in the air-conditioned line at
Space Mountain first.
Take a Breather- The strategy many Disney World visitors use is to
visit the theme parks early and late in the day, with a trip back to the
hotel room (or better yet, the hotel pool or water parks) in between. This
is a very effective way to cool off and also avoid the worst of the
heat and crowds at the parks.
Catch a Breeze- Or create one, if necessary. Standing in line with
bunch of folks briskly fanning themselves with their park brochures may look
funny, but even that small breeze is effective in helping to evaporate sweat
on your skin and keep it cool. Even better, bring along a few inexpensive
collapsing fans (or buy them at the China pavilion at EPCOT) and do it
right! In recent years, the use of mini-fans/spritzers have become an
unofficial WDW obsession. You can purchase them at the theme parks, but you
can also buy them at many discount stores.
Made in the Shade- Disney World is pretty good about offering shaded
queues for their attractions, but it doesn't hurt to keep an eye out for
every opportunity to make use of shade. Not only will it keep you cooler,
but it will also keep you from getting sunburned (of course, you should use
plenty of sun block when out in the sun, but that's another story!) You can
also carry around a small portable umbrella to make your own shade. True,
some people may look at you funny (just before they start sidling closer to
your man-made shade), but this can be very effective.
Chill Out- There are various other things you can do to keep cool.
Splash your face with water every time you use the restroom. Make good use
of Splash Mountain (need I say more?) My favorite way to keep cool is by
taking a few ice cubes, rolling them up in a bandanna and tying it around my
neck. As the ice melts and wets the fabric, it cools the pulse points in
neck, which makes the rest of my body feel cooler. Plus you can use it over
and over again all day. Wear loose-fitting, lightweight clothing in light
colors, which will reflect sunlight and feel cooler (dark colors absorb
sunlight, making you feel hotter.) Whatever methods you use to keep cool at
Disney World, use them consistently.
One additional note-- Children younger than four years of age
and adults older than 65 need to be monitored even more closely in hot
environments and should avoid being outside in the hottest part of the day
whenever possible. Their! bodies cannot adapt and control their internal
temperatures as well as other age groups can. So stay safe, keep cool and
have fun this summer at Disney World!
As mentioned above, the Disney Water Parks are a fantastic way to beat the
Florida heat. Eva recently returned from her Disney vacation and has a lot
to offer on that subject.
<< Which Water Park?
with EvaBryan >>
It's the age-old question: which water park should I visit on my Walt Disney
World vacation? With the closing of River Country (which went down for
refurbishment earlier this year without much advance warning) that leaves
only two choices: Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach. I recently had the
opportunity to spend a full day at both with the intentions of comparing and
contrasting. To be honest, if I had only one day to visit one park it would
be a tough choice. Here is my assessment of both:
Upon arriving we were thrilled by the theming and beauty of this park. Since
the park is themed after a shipwreck in a tropical paradise, the flora of
the park is stunning. There are gorgeous flowers and plenty of palm trees,
adding to the ambience of a tropical paradise. There was plenty of shade to
be found and we staked out two chairs in front of the wave pool (our
favorite attraction) and got settled for the day. We skipped the locker
rental (we didn't bring much in our knapsack - a credit card, $10 in small
bills and sunscreen) and left to have some fun.
The centerpiece of TL is the enormous wave pool. We enjoyed both the intense
wave period (with 6' swells and the gentle bobbing wave period. This is
definitely where we spend the most amount of time that day. Children
absolutely loved the waves and I enjoyed hearing the screams of delight as
the whistle sounded before "the big waves" came.
TL has a few slides, the most daring one being Humunga Kowabunga. We skipped
these slides since they don't really thrill us (we did the same with Summit
Plummit at BB) and they actually hurt my back. These slides are not for the
faint of heart - heed all warnings posted at the bottom of each slide and
don't ride them if you are uncomfortable with heights, enclosed spaces or
"wedgies." We did observe brave riders for a while, which to me are more fun
than actually riding. I think we heard "wedgie" in four different languages
The family area at TL is wonderful with plenty of activities and room for
the younger members of your party. The smaller children actually seemed to
be more enamored by the enormous amounts of sand that was available for
castle-building and toys were available for purchase towards the front of
We also observed the shark reef but did not go in - instead we watched
divers and walked through the underground passage-way. We passed because the
water is EXTREMELY cold - it is kept between 65 and 69 degrees and you only
wear your bathing suit and a life vest. It was barely 80 degrees the day we
visited TL so we took a pass. Those swimming looked like they were having
great fun and the fish are beautiful. We got to observe a feeding by one of
the handlers and were able to see almost every variety of fish in the tank.
Our assessment of TL: absolutely lovely and a wonderful way to spend a
peaceful water park day. The lazy river was delightful, the slides, though
there weren't very many of them, were great fun, and the wave pool unrivaled
by any other water park we had been to. We feel in love with the place and
will return again.
Blizzard Beach has a much different feel from Typhoon Lagoon, though it is
just as well themed. The story is that a freak snowstorm hit Central Florida
and a developer quickly jumped on the chance of opening a ski resort. Alas,
the warm weather quickly returned and all of the melting snow formed water
slides and a wave pool. A cute Alpine Village setting greets you as you walk
through the front gates and into the park. Each attraction has "snow" piled
high on rocks and you really feel as though you are in an Alpine village.
Because we arrived so early we were able to stake out good spots, just as we
had at TL. Comfortable lounge chairs are coveted and are first-come,
first-served. The interesting thing about BB is that there are so many
little "islands" of chairs hidden amongst the park, that almost everyone is
guaranteed a spot.
To be honest, initially I was less impressed with BB than I was with TL
during the morning part of our visit. At first it seemed like there were so
many "thrill-slides" that I thought there would be much less to do for the
average visitor than TL. That was until I found the Snow Stormers and the
Toboggan Racers - two mat slides located on Mt. Gushmore. These slides were
great fun and were not so uncomfortable or scary that anyone couldn't
participate. We also enjoyed the Downhill Double Dipper - a racing speed
slide where visitors shoot down slides on inner tubes at speeds up to 25
The lazy river, or Cross Country Creek, was quite delightful and is a great
way to relax. The journey is quite long - almost a mile around the park -
and is quite scenic and has a few surprises! The children's area, though not
as impressive as TL, was definitely adequate for the little tots and the
nearby pre-teen area seemed to be a hit.
Our assessment of BB: A (nearly) perfect park with great slides and a lot of
fun. A perfect water park would exist if one could meld BB's slides with
TL's wave pool.
So, which one to choose? Give the choice, my family would probably go with
TL -but only by a slight margin. By the end of our day at BB we had decided
that we would probably never go to one park without going to the other
during the same vacation. Both parks have so much to offer and a great time
will be had at both.
Some tips for both parks:
ARRIVE EARLY. Both days we arrived more than a half-hour before opening and
there were already a couple of hundred people waiting at the gates. Arriving
early afforded us a prime spot on some comfy lounge chairs in front of the
wave pools and we were able to stake out a location under a nice umbrella.
This was especially important at Blizzard Beach where there is little shade.
BRING PLENTY OF SUNSCREEN. I made the mistake of ignoring this
ritual since I have never suffered from sunburn in my life. I left Typhoon
Lagoon with burnt shoulders and learned my lesson. Even for those with a
darker complexion it is so important to frequently apply a good quality
sunscreen. We use Banana Boat SPF 30 - a higher SPF isn't really necessary
since you have to re-apply after towel drying and swimming and we did that
WEAR WATERSHOES FOR SENSITIVE FEET AND DURING THE HOT SUMMER MONTHS.
And buy them at home before coming to the parks. We bought ours at Wal-Mart
for $4.97 - both parks were selling them for $20 - ouch! The pavements can
get very hot and the bottoms of both the lazy rivers and wave pools are a
bit rough. We found the pavements at Blizzard Beach to be extremely hot
since there is so little shade.
AVOID THE WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS. Our visits were on a Tuesday
and a Wednesday with Memorial Day weekend in between. While talking to a
cast member on Wednesday he told us that over the three day weekend the
parks were jam-packed and the waits for the slides were extremely long.
Since both parks are so well designed the locals tend to flood them on
weekends, so maximize your visit by taking the water parks in on a weekday.
CONSIDER A RE-FILLABLE MUG. Or bring your own resort mug.
Refillable TL or BB mugs can be purchased for $10 and are refilled with soft
drinks and lemonade on the day of purchase. For $5 you can purchase a
sticker to put on your BB, TL or resort mug and have the same re-fills. It
worked great for us -we drank more than $15 worth of lemonade on both days!
RELAX. Lines for slides and attractions can build up quickly,
but if you plan on spending an entire day at the park you will get on
everything and still have time to enjoy the Disney theming. By the
mid-afternoon of each day we were ready to sit in our lounge chairs and just
soak up everything around us, giving us enough energy to ride a few more
slides before we left for the day. With all of the sun exposure and walking
you will be pooped at the end of the day, so don't plan for any late nights
at Pleasure Island afterwards. Use the water parks as a day off to have fun
and spend some quality time with family and friends.
It seems as if Disney World was full of INTERCOT STaff members last month.
Jane spent an evening attending one of the many Dinner Shows offered. If you
are undecided on future plans, her installment should help you along.
<< Hoop-Dee-Doo It!
with ChipDale >>
Canít decide whether to attend the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue or not? Well,
Walt Disney Worldís longest running show is very much worth your hard-earned
vacation dollars. I just attended my 20-something show in May and it still
holds its original charm and entertainment value.
Getting to Fort Wilderness is half the fun. We took a bus from the Ticket &
Transportation Center. It made one stop at the Wilderness Lodge, and we
arrived at the Pioneer Hall/Settlement Trading Post stop in only about 10
minutes. You can also drive directly to the Fort Wilderness main parking lot
and take a bus to Pioneer Hall from there. I recommend allowing at least one
hour for travel time. If you arrive early, itís always fun to check out the
Settlement Trading Post or stop in at Crockettís Tavern for a before-dinner
After checking in with a host or hostess, you get your picture taken.
Theyíll take note of your pre-assigned table number and deliver the pictures
to your table later during the show. Cost is $20 for a souvenir paper-framed
5 X 7 and two plastic magnet pictures. We bought ours - it turned out really
great and itís a nice memento of the evening.
Once the doors open, youíre seated very quickly. Thereís fresh bread and
salad on your table and your server will come around and take your drink
order. Itís all-you-can-drink soda, milk, coffee, tea, beer, and sangria.
Youíll hear an announcement that The Pioneer Hall players have just arrived
on the stagecoach to entertain you while you enjoy bottomless buckets of
home style fried chicken, barbecued ribs, baked beans, and corn. The Players
arrive (three girls and three guys) and do their opening number, and then
the servers bring out the chicken, ribs, beans and corn.
After a short break, Smiliní Jack on banjo and Miss Kitty on piano entertain
while you eat. Then the Players come back out for the main show. Listen for
American folk song favorites (My Darliní Clementine, Beautiful Dreamer,
ending with the Grand Finale the Ballad of Davy Crockett) - itís good
old-fashioned corny fun with terrific singing and dancing. Thereís some
audience participation along the way too - joining in just makes it more
fun! Before the Grand Finale, the servers make an appearance on stage with
your dessert - fresh strawberry shortcake. Be sure to holler loudly for your
All in all, itís a wonderful evening of top-notch Disney entertainment.
Shows are nightly at 5:00pm, 7:15pm and 9:30pm. Cost is $47.80 per adult and
$24.81 for children (age 3 to 11). You can receive a 10% discount by
purchasing your tickets with American Express. TIP: WDW accepts reservations
up to two years in advance (you must be able to secure with a credit card).
Making an early reservation guarantees a great table! Call (407) WDW-DINE
For details about other Dinner Shows available at Walt Disney World, check
out Info Central's Dinner Show Page. Enjoy!
Planning a trip to Disney Quest? Rumor has it Casey spends a lot of his
Disney time hanging out there. At least he is willing to share some of his
tips with us.
<< Totally Tips with DisneyWizard >>
Tips for DisneyQuest:
- Visit during the morning or during a weekday. The building's attendance
sky-rockets after 5:00pm and lines can be quite short during the day.
-Avoid visiting while it is raining outside.
-You can save time waiting in line for Cyberspace Mountain by selecting a
pre-made roller coaster. If you pick one made by Disney it will likely be
more balanced and entertaining.
-Treasures of the Incas is a fun attraction often overlooked by DisneyQuest
visitors. Drive a remote control car underneath the floor in search for a
treasure. Have your friends shout directions for you or use the video camera
installed on the top of the car. Either way, this is one fun attraction!
-Remember that Ride the Comix is located on two levels - check both levels
for a shorter line.
<< Off Topic with
This month will be short and sweet because my kids bedroom door just fell
off and is laying on the hall floor at the moment... some days owning a home
has itís draw backs, today is one of those days.. oh well, itís nothing I
canít fix with my super duper chainsaw. ;)
So, news is that the Diet Club has lost a member.. lovewalt has dropped out
for the next 8 months to have a baby!! Congrats Holly! You guys really
should have told her about the water sooner... Special Congratulations to
all of you that have stuck with the Diet Club and for your pounds lost. Way
to go guys! If anyone would like to join the Diet Club hop into the most
recent post here here.
Also the Collapse-aholic meetings were well attended last month... sad, but
itís really addicting, so far itís the only really good distraction from
Intercot. We had a few Birthdays to celebrate in May.. youdamen, Moochpuppy,
JimmyC, llMaJikll, DisneyHog, lesliemomma, Vito, RainbowBright5486, disguy,
and Jillpie all had virtual cakes to share... Of course there were posting
milestones, they went out to Roland, BrerGnat, Katmegali,and Narcosseeís Fan
with 1000 posts, citizensnoopy with 2000, Dawn with 3000, TiggerRPH,
Dizneyana & Beast_fanatic all with 6000!!
Hmmm... Did you leave for a vacation and leave your home alone? Not a good
idea with this months decorating crew on the loose...painting by Lizzy is
not exactly pretty when rabbits and balloons are involved... donít know what
Iím talking about? Then head over to the games forum and take a peek at what
theyíve been up to.
The biggest Woo Hoo this month went out to WDWacky with the addition to his
new family.. baby Taylor joined him and his wife Trish on May 25th.
Congratulations to both of you! Ok, back to the real topic...
<< What's Going On
Around the World with Beast_fanatic >>
Even though summer doesnít officially get under way until later this month,
summer activities at WDW are in full swing! Park hours have been extended to
summer lengths and last minute cancellations not withstanding, E-ride nights
for resort guests are still on the schedule throughout June. You can find
the schedule of June E-ride nights here
Disney has kicked off the summertime fun with the reopening of Epcotís
Journey Into Imagination with Figment! Thatís right, the lovable dragon is
back and ready to spark your imagination. Also back is the original
attraction song, ďOne Little SparkĒ.
Shockwave powers its way into Epcot beginning June 16th at the American
Gardens Theater. This high-energy show is similar to its predecessor,
Blast!, but is said to be even more thrilling! Check the Epcot daily
entertainment schedule for performance times. There is no additional
admission charge for this show.
While at Epcot, be sure to catch a glimpse of the Segway Human Transporter
at Innoventions. This transportation device is said to be the future of
personal transport. You can find more information about this display here
The Orlando Raysí (the double-A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays) third
season at Disneyís Wide World of Sports is now in session. Games run
throughout the summer. You can find a complete schedule here
Many other sporting events are also scheduled to take place in June at
Disneyís Wide World of Sports complex. These include the National Jump Rope
championship from 6/21-6/23, and the US transplant games featuring athletes
who have received organ transplants from 6/25-6/29 and the first session of
the 2002 AAU Baseball International Championship from 6/24 - 6/29.
With Lilo & Stitch opening in theaters on June 21st, you can expect to see
related characters and activities in the parks. One option to escape Juneís
afternoon heat is to head to Downtown Disney to catch this new film! What
better place to see it than the town where it was actually animated?
And, of course, the 100 Years of Magic Celebration continues at all 4 parks!
Sounds like June is busting out all over - all over the World that is!
<< Communicore with
A reminder for guests planning to attend the holiday events at Disney World;
Book early! Tickets for both Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party and
Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party went on sale in April. These events sell
out quickly. Date details can be found on INTERCOT's Events Page
A couple of notes of interest for Dining Planners; As of June 9, 2002, all
priority seating arrangements for Cinderella's Royal Table Character
Breakfast will require a credit card deposit of $10 per adult and $5 per
child at the time of the booking. Once the PS is made, no changes can be
made to the name on the original booking.
The Magic Kingdom's Crystal Palace is going down for building maintenance,
beginning July 29th. The tentative reopen date is December 15th. During the
down time guests can visit Pooh and the Gang at Tony's Town Square Tavern
for breakfast and lunch. Tony's will have it's "normal" non-character meal
offerings for the dinner crowd.
Now for her monthly Restaurant review, here's Janet.
<< Trailís End at Fort
Wilderness with JanetMegan >>
For those of you who know me well, you know I have a couple odd
idiosyncrasies. First off: I am an amazingly picky eater (odd therefore that
I would be the food critic here.) Second: I am a total cheapskate! I mean
cheap cheap. So today I am happy to bring you a review that manages to
satisfy both my odd tendencies, great simple, hometown food and a great
price (well a great price for Walt Disney World.)
The Trailís End Buffet is located on the property of Fort Wilderness
Campground, very near Settlement Hall and the Hoop-Dee-Doo Revue. This is
just a quick boat ride from the Magic Kingdom, the Contemporary, or the
Wilderness Lodge. You can also drive over or take a bus. A quaint building
nestled between the large pine trees and surrounded by our furry friends the
rabbits and squirrels, you can relax before or after your meal on the
rocking chairs out front.
On my most recent visit, I decided to give it a try for breakfast and was
again pleased with the offerings. The buffet was plentiful with fresh fruit,
cereal, oatmeal and grits. There were eggs 3 ways, bacon, sausage, potatoes,
pancakes, breakfast pizza, Mickey Waffles and some fantastic cinnamon French
toast. (With either syrup or hot fruit for toppings.) For the southern food
fans, there were huge biscuits with two types of gravy to smother them with.
They also make all of their own pastries, and donuts daily. Huge chocolate
covered donuts and cinnamon buns as big as your childís head were just some
of the dayís choices. The price of the buffet includes hot tea or coffee,
juice or soda is extra. Breakfast will run you $8.50 for Adults
and $5.50 for kids 3-11, as always, under 3 years old is free. For two
adults to get a full buffet breakfast in WDW for under $20 is a rarity these
days, which is why this has quickly become my favorite breakfast spot.
The deals donít stop at breakfast though. Lunch here is offered noon-2:30
and includes a large salad bar and fresh fruit, sandwiches, and 2 soup
choices (usually one is chili.) Hot pizza is brought out every few minutes
as well. Other hot choices include their famous fried chicken (same that is
served at the Hoop-Dee-Doo), mac and cheese, and usually 2 or 3 veggies each
day. Hot fruit cobblers, homemade cakes, cookies and other desserts tempt
you before you head back to the park. I highly recommend a lunch break at
Trailís End on a hot busy Magic Kingdom day. Take a break and a short boat
ride over for an hour of cool air and great food at a reasonable price.
Lunch Buffet is $8.99 for adults and $5.99 for kids. (Lunch price does not
include a beverage.)
Dinner is served 4:30 til 10pm and is another great buffet for the whole
family. It includes the same salad, soup and fresh fruit bar, along with
peel and eat shrimp. Hot choices usually include fried chicken, ribs, a
carved item like ham or roast beef. There are always plenty of side items
like mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, cornbread and biscuits. Dinner
is a great deal at $14.99 for adults and $6.99 for kids. Trailís End has a
full bar for your enjoyment, and having a cool drink on the front porch
before dinner is always a great way to start the meal.
Priority seating for Trailís End can be made, but I have never needed one.
You may find the buses and boats a little busier right before and after
Hoop-Dee-Doo Revue, but on a normal night you should be able to walk right
in and sit down for your meal. I hope you all can give Trailís End a try on
your next trip, for a great meal at a great price!
Thanks to everyone who continues to send me suggestions for future reviews.
Next month I will feature some of your comments about Teppanyaki as well as
my own review. Until next timeÖkeep eating!
<< Conclusion >>
Thanks everyone. I now turn the Editor's keyboard back over to our
President. I'd like to personally thank both Gary and John for the
opportunity and confidence bestowed upon me. It was great fun. (Minus having
to impose deadlines, on already busy people.) That about wraps it up for
this month. We'll see you all back here in July. We have more traveling
Staff members and goodness knows what Gary has in store for us.
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