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Washington Post article: Behind the Scenes at Disney World (About Backstage Tours)

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  • Washington Post article: Behind the Scenes at Disney World (About Backstage Tours)

    check out this cool article in the washington post about the backstage tours available at WDW

    really neat stuff!
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    That's a good article - thanks.

    In WDW, I've taken the Backstage Magic and the Magic Behind Our Steam Trains tours.

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      Like I said on another forum...I am sure to take a tour when I go in the fall. Thanks for the link.

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        Thanks keith - SuPeR K!
        I am going down to WD in December and am planning on doing the Yuletide Fantasy Tour, learning the magic behind the scenes of the holidays!
        Cliff
        WDW '72, '97, '00, '02, '03 '06 '07, '08 DL '98, '05, '10 DLP '00 DCL '09




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          Re: Washington Post article: Behind the Scenes at Disney World (About Backstage Tours)

          "Compactor the size of a four-unit apartment building"

          What is this reporter talking about? I have never seen a compactor that we use which is that big
          Going behind the Pirates is not that big of a deal because you can see the majority of the building from the train ride
          And, yes, they do go down to the tunnels (that really don't exist ), but they, from what I have heard show the guests nothing
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