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    Cool Mark Twain Early Entry

    Do You guys think that a Ticketed Early Entry That included a Buffet style Breakfast for about 100 guests aboard the Mark Twain would be a great Idea? Would you buy tickets to experience this? I would say the tickets would be like $24.99 per adult and $16.99 per child sorda like Goofy's Kitchen. I think that would be a neat idea but hey that's just me tell me what you think?

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    Re: Mark Twain Early Entry

    Yea, that sounds like a great idea. I'd do that in a heartbeat!
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    Re: Mark Twain Early Entry

    Quote Originally Posted by CastMember 02
    Do You guys think that a Ticketed Early Entry That included a Buffet style Breakfast for about 100 guests aboard the Mark Twain would be a great Idea? Would you buy tickets to experience this? I would say the tickets would be like $24.99 per adult and $16.99 per child sorda like Goofy's Kitchen. I think that would be a neat idea but hey that's just me tell me what you think?
    $24.99 is a lot. But it is on the Mark Twain. I might do it once for the experience on a special occasion like my birthday or something.
    Speaking of birthdays, it would be cool, since mine is on 12/5 like Walts, that DL can get any APer's or anyone else's who's b-day is on that day to celebrate on the mark twain, that would be cool

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    Re: Mark Twain Early Entry

    Well Happy Unbirthday to You Today and thanks for your reply!

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    Re: Mark Twain Early Entry

    Would do it also, love any Disney Dining experience that is a bit different from the rest that is offered.
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    Re: Mark Twain Early Entry

    I absolutly would do it, heck I do a charactor meal every trip, the price does not sound steep at all, reasonable actualy.
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    Re: Mark Twain Early Entry

    They did something like this on the morning of the 50th. It was part of the big merchandise package.

    For pictures:

    http://www.colddeadfish.net/dlr/50th...html#breakfast

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    Re: Mark Twain Early Entry

    I think that, that would be a great idea. I would go sometime. It would be a nice breakfast.
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    Whoa! Does anyone realize what this would take?

    Let's see... to make this happen, you have to set up tables and chairs for 100 people on the two lower decks of the Twain.

    Make that tables, chairs, tablecloths, napkins, silverware, dishes, etc.

    Then, you have to cook the food and put it into hotboxes to move to the boat, so nobody complains that their eggs are cold. Of course, meanwhile, servers have been taking orders and relaying them to the kitchen.

    After everyone eats (probably take at least two circuits of the Rivers of America), you have to remove the tables, chairs, dirty dishes, hotboxes, etc. THAT will look nice while the park is opening and guests are walking in.

    And the object of this was what? $2,500.00? Never happen.

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    Re: Mark Twain Early Entry

    Quote Originally Posted by CastMember 02
    Do You guys think that a Ticketed Early Entry That included a Buffet style Breakfast for about 100 guests aboard the Mark Twain would be a great Idea? Would you buy tickets to experience this? I would say the tickets would be like $24.99 per adult and $16.99 per child sorda like Goofy's Kitchen. I think that would be a neat idea but hey that's just me tell me what you think?

    It sounds cool in theory but don't forget the sea sick pills

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    Re: Mark Twain Early Entry

    If it was a "Continental Breakfast" I could see it.

    But not for $24.99.


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    Re: Mark Twain Early Entry

    King Of Frogs we are talking about Disney they can do ANYTHING

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    Re: Mark Twain Early Entry

    I would defintely be in, especially if it was a Sunrise type of thing. I like the idea of a light continental breakfast actually, with beignets! Mmmmmmm

    I also, adore the idea of a twilight cruise on the Mark Twain.



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