I’m a little confused about the 60 day recommendation for online check-in. Is this necessary? Will that help me get a room faster?
This is our first trip to WDW and we’re staying at the Wilderness Lodge, and we’re arriving the day before Thanksgiving at 8:30 am. Would online check-in help in getting an available room earlier than check-in time? I’m not requesting a specific room, we’ll take the first thing available.
Also, what about getting a map of the resort, and a list of activities? Can I still go to the front desk for it?
When drunk they do! My friend told me recently her boyfriend had left the room naked and drunk in the middle of the night because he thought it was the bathroom door and locked himself out. He had a sleep on a sofa near their room, and then staff came and let him back in.
When she told us, it was amazing how many other guys had done it!
I will say that the online check-in DOES have the option to select a box saying that having your room ready early is of higher priority than your selected requests. At least this was true for my check-in a few weeks ago for POR. Whether or not it will actually get you a room earlier, I can’t say.
If you’re locked out and naked, you need to have a lot of confidence to go parading your naked butt over to the front desk. And what about the children - won’t someone please think please think of the children
You know, it is funny. I think children would be far less bothered by naked people than grown ups. I mean, children might be shocked/surprised by seeing a stranger naked, but I’m not sure it would OFFEND. But once you are, post-pubescent, nudity takes on a whole new implication.