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    Re: PARKING - from the "suits"

    What if I park at one of the hotels nearby and just walked over?
    Nobody would ever know!

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    Re: PARKING - from the "suits"

    At M&F tonight, the cast member who let us in said the garage would be opening at either 4am or 5am, he wasn't sure. Based on what Grumpy4 heard from the CM who had to be in at 3:45 to drive the tram, I would say 4 is probably the plan. Also, there's already a big sign up that says "NO OVERNIGHT PARKING."

    Cinderella IV: The Bloodening

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    Re: PARKING - from the "suits"

    They've been reading the site... Quick, Run a IP scan!

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    Re: PARKING - from the "suits"

    Quote Originally Posted by PanTheMan
    Oh yeah.... Im sure those staying and the Grand Californian would be thrilled at people howling on the rides all night.
    Well they sooooo could keep some indoor attractions open. Like Soarin' and the Animation building. I think it would do them some good to keep some attractions and shops open, cause this could be the first time some are going into DCA.
    It's Robin Hood I want!

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