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I've come up with what I hope is a cunning plan for our Christmas in Disneyland! As far as I can tell, the Holiday Time at Disneyland tour is offered daily throughout the holiday season, twice a day, and thanks to Heather's wonderful article on it, I see it includes VIP seating for the Christmas parade.
Now I'm thinking of booking it for Christmas Day, so that we can see the parade without me having to stand around (not good for my chronic fatigue ). I have the phone number to call and I've worked out I need to call next Sunday, as I believe booking opens 30 days/one month ahead (in this case, both the same date! ), but what I can't find out is what time that line would be open. It's 714 781-TOUR if that helps. I'm guessing it's maybe 9:00am PST, but with us being eight hours ahead, I really want to work it out, so I can be on the phone as soon as it does open... can anyone help?
Remembering our friend Bill together at the BoardWalk sunset meet as part of our Bagman Days trip, which is now into the WDW portion.
Says you can try to call at 7am PST, but they may not be able to book until 8am. I hope that's what they were referring to was booking it over the phone... hard to say, but that's my guess anyway. Hope this helps you a little bit!
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