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Hi.i wondered if someone can tell me if people still take breakfast rolls etc out of the hotel at breakfast time to use for there lunch.we r staying at the cheyenne and are on a really tight budget so am actually considering doing this this year?has anyone else ever done this
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I am sure people do but it's never been allowed
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Hi.i wondered if someone can tell me if people still take breakfast rolls etc out of the hotel at breakfast time to use for there lunch.we r staying at the cheyenne and are on a really tight budget so am actually considering doing this this year?has anyone else ever done this
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I'm sure people do it, but it's not on really is it. Presumably you're paying for B & B not B & B plus L or any other meal.
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We stay at the santa fe usually and every year i watch lots of (usually foreign people) making up sandwiches and packing them into there bags for there whole families(of 4 of 5) and ive always thought thats not really fair on the hotel or the people that dont do it.its only me and my 6 yr old going(we wont eat a lot at breakfast) and i was thinking more along the lines of a couple of croissants not loads of stuff.i dont mean to offend anyone but if its ok for them to do it why is it not ok for me to do it?
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Just because someone decides to basically steal something, doesn't make it right for anyone else to do it. You wouldn't do it at a buffet here in the UK, so why do you think it would be OK at DLP.
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It has never been officially allowed, and in fact there are notices up saying not to do it. However, CMs usually turn a blind eye.

I personally don't feel comfortable with it, not least because I know all the hygiene rules about food at ambient temperatures, and I wouldn't want to eat a cheese roll I had carried around for hours!

One solution might be to ask if they are doing breakfast in the park, which would allow you a later breakfast at no extra cost.

Another might be to pick up some snacks from the train station on your way in, or bring some with you.
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I think what people are saying is it's not right for anyone to do this not just you. I can't see anywhere where someone has said its alright for others to do this and not you. Personally i would rather not take the risk of embarrassing myself for just a few croissants
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We went ( granted 4 years ago ) and a cm was the one who suggested to us to take something extra for the kids, I don't think a croissant is going to break disney. Another one filled our bottles up with milk to take to the park also when asked if we could by some to take to park. You are paying for b&b but if you want to take park of your breakfast and eat it later...
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