Great picture !!!Ichigopara. Where is a new statue ?? in TDS or TDL? It's your lucky for starlight dream reserved seat too. You know? i take their lottery for reserved seat too but i missed it T_T
The new statue is at TDL at the entrance to World Bazaar on the left side! I'm sorry that you could not win a seat for the show. That is one reason I have never liked the lottery because it feels like it punishes people who come for a short trip.
We will probably go to get more popcorn presnts tomorrow so I will take a picture on the machines for you!
And Ichigopara.. great photos. I particularly enjoyed the Star Festival pictures (noticed the hidden Mickey at the top of the wishing area?) and also the CM group photo from the TDL Hotel. Now, why can't the Grand FL CMs look this good and professional in their costumes?
Thanks for sharing your pics.
Thanks for the photos. I missed the Star Festival this year by one day so I appreciate seeing your pics. Food always looks yummy too!
Originally Posted by TDLFAN
... and also the CM group photo from the TDL Hotel. Now, why can't the Grand FL CMs look this good and professional in their costumes?
Those photos just remind me of why I appreciate TDR.
Sad isn't it that we can't have anything similar at the US parks? And it goes way beyond just the hotel CMs. Most all of the CMs at TDR have a proffesionalism about them, and take pride in their work that go far beyond the majority of the CMs at the US parks. Of course there are outstanding CMs at DLR and WDW, but when judging them as a whole, TDR CMs are top notch. After TDR, I would have to rank HKDL CMs next, followed by DLR, DLRP then WDW in that order.
Although some of the responsibility lies with each individual CM, I believe a lot of the accountability for the quality and professionalism of the CMs at each Disney resort falls on the mangement. The training and the expectation levels set by management have a big affect on the quality of the work force.
TDR also has the added benefit of being in a culture that respects and embraces the service industry and the people that are a part of it.