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Gilligan

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Re: Tram nightmare
« Reply #15 on: July 31, 2017, 03:28:15 PM »
We walked to the parking lot at closing last night - we always do.  We didn't park at one that far away, but there were a lot of walkers!  Trams were filling quickly, but hundreds more took off walking - not sure of the wait time. Kudos to the tram drivers for dodging all the walkers! It seemed to be a chaotic mess, but I really didn't see anyone getting too upset about it other than one man who walked out in front of us. He was angry as soon as he saw the crowd and started throwing out the F word loudly in the midst of families! sigh...there's always that one.  Oh, and one little kid started crying because he wanted to ride the tram. His mom said that's his favorite part of the park, and she told him he could ride it next time.  ;D

palallin

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Re: Tram nightmare
« Reply #16 on: August 22, 2017, 08:53:50 AM »
We've walked from over by Stop 2 before, but my wife just isn't capable of walking that far anymore.  Three hip replacements and arthritis in the spine take their toll.  So we depend on the trams. 

Over the past two years, service ahs been variable:  we sometimes see a line of them waiting to pick up guests, and we sometimes have had to wait for almost an hour.