It is SOOOOOO unlike Joey to break the rules!Originally Posted by crashbunny
does that come with vmk insider tour?
Remember without Disneyland there would be no mr.toad FOREVER
for belle and her fight
when we were on our tour
our guide told us that a while ago theysent over a piece of molding from DL's HM and they didn't know what it was
so they made it a shelf
and later got a clock and put it on the shelf
Around here, however, we don't look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things... and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths. - Walt Disney
Totally off topic, but that little boy looks like he's giving those bells the finger.
Stopping in the middle is distinctly unpatriotic. - Sam the Eagle
can anyone ask the CM for us to take a look at the "servants quaters"? Is there a password or magic phrase to get a peek? Maybe since they are going into renovations soon we can see "a little of history" before they refurbish! And for us to remember what was there before-(sounds like a good history lesson to the grandchildren of the future.)
We went in that way last October because my sister had a broken ankle and she was in a wheelchair. There were no CM's with us because we were just standing there waiting to get in. So, of course I have a photo somewhere... I didn't even know this entrance was there! I bet you can ask the CM if you can go in that way. It is over by the exit. Just wander over there and wait for them to come to you. It is a pretty short little hallway but still totally neat.
Dreams Really Do Come True
Ive been through two different doors. I went through the service Quarters one because my Mom and Cousin were both in wheel chairs(that was an intersting trip!) then I went through the exit door after you get out of the stretching room.
i've gotten to see tons of the hidden and secret entrances with my dad having the seeing eye dog. we've been in the servants quarters at the HM... when you get out of the elevator at the TOT theres a door in that little middle part that is an entrance.. theres one behind a gate at pirates of the carribean.. *scratches head trying to think of more* at AK and dinosaur we went on an elevator to the end of the ride. most of the times they take you through the exit to get handicap people on the rides like at small world and test track. theres definitely a lot to see while you're waiting though and while you're going through backways. we also got to go backstage a few times to let the doggie do his doggie thing and we saw a lot of cast members coming in and leaving work..some on break..some extra or broken ride vehicles. at MK we saw and heard a little pep talk to the band they use turing the flag ceremony and the dog kept sniffing at the tuba!
We just got back last week from WDW and were able to see the servants quarters. Pretty cool hallway. Had a really good chat with alot of CM out in fromt of the HM too. The CM and other workers are really nice once you find a bit about them all. Thanks to the CM!!
i cant see the picture can someone repost it?
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We went through that hallway one of the first times I went to WDW. I was about 13, won't tell you how old I am now but it was QUITE a long time ago, and it was lightening and thundering. They took us through a hallway after we got off the ride and we sat in the room that is supposed to stretch for a good 30 minutes or so. After hearing the talk about "there's always my way" I was not scared anymore. I wonder if anyone else has had an experience like this.