so a small number of lucky kids will pull the lever. Which I used as the first possibility.
Which will also tick off a ton of parents who blew massive cash and their kid didn’t get to “do the thing with the stars”.
the question of how something that was shown in a first look of a D23...
I’m assuming no bridge tours from the beginning of dinner till the next morning. Just guessing, bridge tours might be 9-6 during the two days of the cruise. ??
that’s 18 hours of bridge tours.
if 150 people get the opportunity to send the ship to hyperdrive (which is half the guests...
so 300 people on board. All of which will visit the bridge.
question is…. Will some lucky kid out of a group get to send the ship into hyperdrive once an hour, with the majority not able to activate it (at the insane prices)…. Or will everyone get a turn so the ship is constantly going into...
I’m far more forgiving of a non hopping brer rabbit when I haven’t paid extra to see it faster. I’m not sure why that’s confusing.
I care more this week about not getting my large fry than I did last week. So should thousands of others.
not up front as an option. And that’s embarrassing. And I have no idea if what someone posted earlier is true or not…. But if you are somehow involved in the program, your opinion is worthless here.
If not…. It’s curious someone else would have said it and you didn’t refute it.