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Episode 816 - Cruisin'

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Hosts: Matt Hochberg, Len Testa, Mike Newell & Mike Scopa

Running Time: 25:19
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Merry or Happy Christmas
Authored by: AquaViola on Friday, December 24 2010 @ 11:30 AM CST
That reminded me of the film "Trading Places" :-):

Billy Ray: [posing as "Nenge Mboko," an exchange student from Cameroon] Merry New Year!
Beeks: That's "happy." In this country we say "Happy New Year."
Billy Ray: Oh, ho, ho, thank you for correcting my English which stinks!
Episode 816 - Cruisin'
Authored by: Atomicmickey on Friday, December 24 2010 @ 01:45 PM CST
THANK YOU for this episode, great fun to listen to while I'm out running around doing last minute shopping.

We are going on our very first Disney Cruise on the Dream--in February!

I have been wanting you guys to do a cruise episode for sometime.

I think--and wow would it be great to hear this before I leave (yeah, right!), that you could follow this up
with a "Cruise Tips and Tricks" episode, where you discuss do's and dont's. This was more of a comprehensive

Things like, when to arrive for dinner, entertainment, etc., dress code, best times of day to do certain things, etc.

I had heard "stay on the boat" at Nassau from my MEI agent, thanks for reiterating that.

Anyway, hearing how much Scopa liked it, I'm super psyched now to try it out. (and, after 4 days at sea, will
be doing 3 days at WDW, so I'll get my park fix, too!)

Merry Christmas, WDW crew, and thanks for all you do!
Episode 816 - Cruisin'
Authored by: richard on Friday, December 24 2010 @ 04:01 PM CST
Early in the podcast I typed in this sentence: "I'll bet the REAL story is that Beci and Annette finally put him in a headlock until he agreed to do the cruise." And of course I was right! Glad you enjoyed it Mike! Next time 4 or 5 days -- it really makes a difference.