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Grand Californian Pinocchio's Workshop


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  • [Question] Grand Californian Pinocchio's Workshop

    Wasn't sure if this should go into the "Hotel" section, the "Trip Planning" section, or here, so apologies in advance if I guessed wrong

    We're arriving soon for our first stay at the Grand Californian. Bad timing for ride/attraction closures, but we can't wait for our resort stay nonetheless! We're new DVC owners, so we're planning to take advantage of all the amenities the resort has to offer between visiting the parks. We've got seats booked at the Chef's Counter at Napa Rose, and reservations for the kids at Pinocchio's Workshop. I was just reading the "Park Wise" column about tipping and it raised a question: Are the child care cast members at Pinocchio's Workshop allowed to accept tips, and if so, is it customary?

    Just wanted to avoid a crunch situation either way.


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