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Unread 24 Jan 16, 10:45 AM  
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Unless you have a US passport and are visiting Disney, I'm afraid I have some bad new for you... You're one of the 'foreign' people too.
This is about Disneyland Paris.
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Thank you dollydaydream7.
i would not be happy making sarnies etc like some people do.i think i will look into eating later in the park
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Yes i have watched the same geoffa but all im talking about is say having a bowl of cereal and a couple of croissants and taking the croissants with me to eat a bit later as not going to want to eat loads at 7 in the morning and like someone said if there on my plate they are going to get thrown in the bin
I've no problem with that whatsoever. Only fair you should have what you have paid for.

It's the blatant ones making half a dozen or a dozen sandwiches that get me and they have no shame about it. We are doing a BoG breakfast in March. I doubt we will eat all the pastries they provide so the remainder will go in a Ziplock bag for later in the day consumption. After all, we have paid for them.
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This is about Disneyland Paris.
And when in France we are "Les rosbifs" (The roastbeefs). I'm certainly not European - that's for sure.
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Originally Posted by caspdex View Post
This is about Disneyland Paris.
Same rules apply then. Unless you're French etc. You know what I meant though. I'd say I'm certainly a 'foreigner' when travelling into Europe. Anyway, we digress.
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I think classing it as stealing is a bit rude.i have paid for a breakfast after all and im not talking about taking bags full of food.just a couple of bits to eat about 10am.it is annoying to sit and watch people take the mick and load up sarnies when all ive sat there and eaten is a bowl of cereal or a croissant (and theyve probably paid a lot less for the holiday than i have as britain seems the most expensive place to book) so all i wanted to know is if i could take(not steal) a couple of croissants that if i was eating later i would have eaten anyway!
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Sorry you're not liking the answers you've got to your question. There absolutely no need to try and convince us you're right. If you want to do it, then do it. You don't have to justify yourself to anyone.
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Im not justifying myself at the end of the day i will do what i think is right once im over there im just saying in my opinion some people have been a little bit rude with there answers and even though everyone is entitled to there own opinion,i did ask after all,i think there are nicer ways of putting things!
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