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cabana at Typhoon Lagoon water park, Meagan did it all. She even brought us sandcastle buckets full of ice cream! Ultimately though, it was the rapport


that Meagan built with the kids that made what she did for us so special. She ate with us at every meal, played games with the children and became an integral and wonderful part of our five-day Disney experience – and there were genuine tears on both sides when we said goodbye and we are still in touch to this day. The VIP Disney experience costs


between $400 and $600 per hour depending on the season.


UNIVERSAL STUDIOS


At Universal, the VIP guide experience started with breakfast in a special room where we were met by our guide, Rich, who knew more about Harry Potter than my Hogwarts-mad son. The pair of them became inseparable, discussing the


minutiae of JK Rowling’s Wizarding World at every opportunity. Again, Rich’s knowledge of the two parks – Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure – was exceptional, as he led us from one to another in the most expedient way to ensure we did as much as possible,


FROM LEFT: Meeting Whopper the King Penguin, and having lunch with Shamu the kIller whale


Rich’s knowledge of the two parks – Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure – was exceptional


including a Velociraptor meet and greet! His passion for Universal was evident, which made our experience all the more enjoyable – and he stayed with us later than our allotted hours to get us into Spider-Man and Despicable Me rides right at the end of the day. Rich even took us behind the scenes at Spider-Man to explain the mind-blowing technology (and cost) behind the 27 cars you get to ride in. Each one costs a massive $2.2 million. One thing to note – if your clients are the kind of people who would be at all embarrassed jumping queues, be warned, the Universal way is not subtle. You don’t just take the Fast Pass line, as at Disney, you walk through a back door right to the front of the queue. The VIP experience is for up to 12 guests and costs from $199 per person plus tax for one day in both parks. Guests get a guided tour and priority entrance into a minimum of eight rides and attractions,


62 — aspire december 2016


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