I'm at 79 days today and I've started the process of simplifying my plans and canceling things that are probably impractical. It hurts! Does anyone experience this?
On arrival day, I know that I'll have time for a nice 4-5 hour evening in MK, but I've canceled the ADR I made for The Plaza. I'll be by myself and it's probably smarter to eat CS or snacks and not tie myself down or waste time with an ADR. I've never eaten at The Plaza though! Sigh.
On my first full day I have a Crystal Palace pre-RD ADR, will spend the day at MK, and will be meeting my friends for dinner at Raglan Road at 8 pm so we can kick off our girlfriend reunion. I was planning to try for a BOG FP for a late lunch, but now I'm thinking I should skip it and keep things flexible for attractions, wandering and shopping. Sigh.
On day 3 I'm not canceling anything or compromising one little bit. I refuse. I'm going to hit Epcot at RD, enjoy F&W for lunch, meet my friends at Via Napoli for a very early dinner and do the Illuminations dessert party. Whee!
Day 4 has become a compromise day though. One friend wants to do Akershus for breakfast and I'm not terribly excited about it. I think we will be very tired by this day, and I hate to give up prime Future World touring time. Sigh.
We will do more F&W for lunch. I had grand plans for us to leave Epcot when everyone became hot and tired and go to Sanaa for dinner. No one wants to go to that trouble though, so we canceled it and will stay at Epcot. We have an ADR for Restaurant Marrakesh, but it sounds like my friends want cancel that one too and "wing it" our last night together. Sigh.
My last day is going to be a 3/4 day at Hollywood Studios by myself and I have a lunch ADR for the Hollywood Brown Derby. I know I should probably cancel it and do their lounge, but I want to keep it.
So what do you think? Are the plans good? Would you do or not do any of these changes? Does it make you sad to give things up too? I wonder if my sadness about streamlining the plans is just planning fatigue.