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To: Kaslin

Went 15 years ago. It was way overpriced then. They charged for almost everything. I was thankful the air was free.

Don’t plan on ever going back again. I can obtain more value for my entertainment dollar a bunch of other places.


6 posted on 12/18/2018 11:45:51 AM PST by alternatives? (Why have an army if there are no borders?)
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Went 15 years ago. It was way overpriced then. They charged for almost everything. I was thankful the air was free.

Just curious...what did they charge for that other places don't?

9 posted on 12/18/2018 11:53:41 AM PST by Crusher138 ("Then conquer we must, for our cause it is just")
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disney has had three prices increases the last 2 years. People keep, coming. For many this is once in lifetime for themselves and kids. They save for years and pay the price whatever it is.


13 posted on 12/18/2018 12:25:55 PM PST by morphing libertarian (Use Comey's Report; Indict Hillary now. --- Proud Smelly Walmart Deplorable)
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Some of their ‘workers’ are rude and treated my children badly when interacting with them. Lying and berating them when they were just participating in an activity or ride. These employees don’t like cisgenders and espescially their children. They are activits for LGBTQ-etc. first and foremost. Teamsters, so they are protected to harrass.

Example of WDW honesty: near closing my 3 y.o. son was running on Tom Sawyer island and tripped on the walkway. He fell and broke his elbow. Medics showed up, looked him over, applied a bandaide and told us to go to the aide station to get a sling. When we arrived the aide station was closed and they would not open the door. My son needed medical attention ASAP. We ended up leaving the park and taking him to a local hospital for a $1500 bill insurance wouldn’t cover. They said it was WDW’s responsibility because it happend on their property. WDW would not talk to us about it.

Busch Gardens, Tampa is completely different. Helpful, polite and courteous employees. The park does not hesistate to fire apparently as there is a high turnover. No union.


21 posted on 12/19/2018 4:01:46 AM PST by Justa
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