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Gill H 22 Sep 18 10:38 AM

Looking back at the OP, the ‘hire a guide’ thing is sort of right. You can book a personal VIP tour and skip the lines - if you have huge amounts of money to spare!

Vikkicat 22 Sep 18 10:56 AM

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Originally Posted by Gill H (Post 13500689)
Looking back at the OP, the ‘hire a guide’ thing is sort of right. You can book a personal VIP tour and skip the lines - if you have huge amounts of money to spare!

I had heard of that - but thought it was a myth, thank for for setting me straight! :D:D

Not that we could afford to do it, i'd rather use the money on doing something else, but each to their own i suppose :)

PPM 22 Sep 18 11:12 AM

We saw Warwick Davis and family at Epcot and he had his own guide. The guide also kept the selfie brigade clear of him.:)

sha9 22 Sep 18 11:47 AM

The most awkward argument I had wasn’t holiday related. I have an unusual surname and knew growing up that we were the only family in the area with it. If you had the same surname in the local area you were related to me. I argued with someone at work who insisted she knew someone who had worked there years ago called Jaqueline or something with the same surname as me. I insisted she didn’t because I would have known. It went back and forth until she eventually realised it started with the same letter and that’s where the similarity ended.
Of course now with so much freedom of movement within Europe I wouldn’t have been quite so sure!

salmim 22 Sep 18 12:26 PM

We've been going since 1980 maybe 25 times and she who must be obeyed still calls it Disneyland.🤣

kevin_cambs_uk 22 Sep 18 12:41 PM

I take pleasure in quizzing these types of people and making them explain it all and then correct every mistake they do along the way

Imagineer2802 22 Sep 18 12:50 PM

Reminds me of the time I was sat on a bus and overheard someone telling his friend that you could just catch a monorail from any hotel and it goes to all of the theme parks, "even Universal I think " :d:

The day Disney transport guests to Universal, Ill know the world is ending, let alone for free! :d:

Imagineer2802 22 Sep 18 12:54 PM

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Originally Posted by Gill H (Post 13500689)
Looking back at the OP, the ‘hire a guide’ thing is sort of right. You can book a personal VIP tour and skip the lines - if you have huge amounts of money to spare!

Paying for a legitimate guided VIP tour (which are $300-$600 an hour by the way, with a minimum of six hours) is completely different to hiring an ex cast member illegally to use their free pass...

For starters, EX cast members don't get free passes!

PPM 22 Sep 18 01:16 PM

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Originally Posted by StorybookCircus (Post 13500453)
I can’t stand people who claim to know everything about every subject under the sun.

That’ll be The Dibb then ;)


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