Driving through Disneyland Paris, I pass by the Disneyland Paris park with a group of family members.
They have been here for the past three years, and are looking forward to visiting again in the coming weeks.
They are enjoying the Disney resort.
When we pass the Disney-themed Disney Pappy’s Pub and drive past the “happy planner” sign, I can tell from the way their faces light up when they see the card.
It is a fake.
They are not happy.
They do not feel excited or confident.
The card is from the travel agency of a family member who is visiting Paris.
They wanted to make a reservation for a Disney Resort car for their family.
The card is clearly a travel planner for a travel agency, and has the name “DisneyPapadum” printed on the back.
I ask them why they did this and they say that they were using the name in a marketing ploy.
The only reason they used it was because they did not like that the Disney name was spelled wrong.
I told them that I am not a travel agent, and that the card is not real.
I ask them to explain how they could have done this.
They tell me that the name on the card was the same as the one on their reservation.
They say that when they signed up for their trip, they sent a photo of themselves with their passport on their phone and they had their card scanned.
When they arrived in Paris, they were able to verify that their booking was legit.
They went back to the hotel with their hotel ID, and when they checked in, they found that their room had been booked for them, as confirmed by their passport.
The hotel staff told them the hotel was booked.
When they checked out, they checked the hotel online to make sure that the reservation had been processed.
They found that the booking was valid.
Then, the card says “Papa’s Place” and a photo is shown of a man with a Disney car.
Why would a travel booking agency put up a fake name and then use it for their own business?
They also told me that there are people who go to Disneyland, like me, who get booked for Disney vacations.
They said that they did some research on the Disney Travel Agency website, and found that there were several other “Disney Vacation Planning” agencies.
They also said that one of their partners had a Disney vacation booking agency.
How do we know that this was done for a real travel agency?
In this case, it is impossible to know, because the booking agency did not tell us about the booking or any other information about the trip.
This was not a vacation.
It was a “personal trip” that involved a family visit.
When I ask how they managed to make their trip so fake, the family member says that they have never been to Disneyland.
The family member explained that they do not have a reservation, and they only use the Disney travel agency to book Disney vacations for family members who have booked Disney vacations in the past.
It would be impossible for them to make the booking for a vacation if they did.
Are there any rules about using Disney Vacation planning services?
The Travel Agency of Disney does not require reservations for their services.
However, if a family Member does not have the travel insurance, it could result in a loss of the travel.
For that reason, we do not require a reservation.
We can provide the Family Member with the same details about their trip as they would provide about their own trip.
However, we can recommend that Family Members who do not need a reservation contact a travel advisor who has the experience of working with family members and who can make the necessary reservations.
How do I get help from a travel company that does not provide reservations?
The travel agency does not offer reservations.
We have heard that some travel agencies offer reservations for a limited time.
If this is true, please contact them directly at their website and request that they help you make reservations.
If you cannot find a travel-related agency on the travel-insurance website, you can contact the travel insurer.