Susan recently returned from her January train trip to Disney World that was a surprise for her son. Hear how it went.
I also have a quick tip that should come in handy for tall people hoping to ride Rock n Roller Coaster.
These are notes from this episode. There’s much more info included in the audio so be sure to listen to the episode for a better explanation.
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Links/notes mentioned in this episode
- Susan’s YouTube video reveal
- Pop Century Resort
- Get the Picniic app (use code PODPIC for 30 days of Picniic Premium for free)
Quick tip of the day
Listener Jennifer emailed this tip:
“My friend and I recently traveled to Disney World together (without kids which was SO MUCH FUN).
While standing at the front of the line for the Rock n Roller Coaster, I noticed that there are two rows in each limousine car. The front row of each car appears to have several more inches of leg room than the back row.
This piece of info may make the ride much more comfortable for your taller listeners as it did me (I am roughly 6 ft tall). We had been directed to a back row when we entered the line but a cast member kindly accommodated my request to switch once I noticed the difference. ”
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