PassPorter Podcast: Episode 29: Taking a Town Car to Walt Disney World with
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Episode 29: Taking a Town Car to Walt Disney World - (08-10-2010 08:30 PM)
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I used Quicksilver Tours on my trip in 2007 - MCO, WDW, Port Canaveral, MCO - they were so easy to work with for this multistop trip. Plus, we were coming off a red-eye when we arrived at MCO - so nice to be able to relax in the town car.
And a special THANK YOU for updating the way you broadcast, so nice to hear both of you when I only have one earbud in I know you are busy working moms, I just wanted to say I appreciate that you took the time to make this update!!
Great episode and so wonderful to hear Gregory's voice on your podcast
We have been using Quicksilver to/from MCO and WDW ever since 2004 - that's 9 trips and counting! We've also used them for a side trip to Sea World and to pick up family and friends that have joined us at WDW. We've found the drivers to be professional yet friendly, prompt, courteous and full of suggestions and information. The vehicles have always been in very good condition as well.
I know that we could be traveling for free with Disney's Magical Express but for us, there's nothing like having a Quicksilver "friend" waiting for us at the airport with a smile and a helping hand with the luggage There's no wait for the car or for the ride to begin - we hop in and we're off! We don't usually take advantage of the free 30 minute grocery stop but it's nice to know it's available in case we need it. And there are no additional stops along the way - just one destination: our WDW resort. For us, it's a wonderful start to our vacation and well worth the price
Wild Africa Trek April 2011
Waiting for our WCC ADR April 2012