Is anyone going to notice if I pour some champagne in my opaque water bottle to go? We’re on the dining plan, and it seems wasteful to not get a glass of champagne for each adult even though my husband and mom don’t really drink! I guess this question actually applies to all of our meals that we eat on the dining plan. In fact, maybe I should save up some wine and sneak it in for the meals not on the dining plan!!
And as I read that I realize just how ridiculous I am. Pay for club level rooms and fastpasses…sure! Pay for a glass of wine at dinner…not if I can sneak in a free one!
Definitely be a radical and make sure you make use of that champagne. Whether it be at breakfast or in a water bottle to go. Pour at the hip and look forward. What is that over there?? ::points in other direction::
I wonder how much of the clear liquid passing through the bag check is actually Tito’s.
A few years back I went to WS when the family was at Universal, (because I can’t do those rides), and had lunch at Tutto Gusto. I wanted to buy a bottle of wine, but was told that it had to be opened- I guess something about not selling packaged liquor.
Anyway, I took the whole bottle back to the room at the YC. We never got around to drinking it, and in the morning of our last day, I decided not to let it go to waste. The family really noticed- suddenly I didn’t care if we kept to the TP or not! It made for a laid-back, if unproductive, last day.
The upshot of it was that the family suggested maybe I ought to do more day drinking on our WDW trips. Or try to plan less, I suppose, but that’s pretty unlikely.
First DVC, and now drinking the alcohol? And in daylight, instead of under cover of shame-hiding darkness? It’s because of louche degeneracy like yours that the formerly Sacred Spaces have become a blasted hellscape that makes the director’s cut of A Clockwork Orange look like The Palm Beach Story.