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Paul Tenorio
FWIW - The picture of the sandwich in Orlando is the in-room dining during the 12-hour quarantine period. Meals are covered by teams. Banquet meals are typical (I've heard positive things) and teams have options to dine in four on-site restaurants.
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Michael Clark Jun 30
... 12 hour quarantine???? what is it for? We have to quarantine for 14 DAYS in Canada!!
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Paul Tenorio Jun 30
They are tested upon arrival at the hotel. The quarantine lasts until the result of the tests are returned. The player can exit that quarantine once a negative result is confirmed.
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Foxy Mulder, FBI Jun 30
Replying to @PaulTenorio
Can you speak on the pricing? Are those meals really the prices they have listed?
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Paul Tenorio Jun 30
Replying to @FoxyMulderFBI
Yes, those are accurate. (But paid by the team.)
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David L Jun 30
Replying to @PaulTenorio
I wonder how much it would cost for a Disney character breakfast????
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Thomas Clark Jun 30
Replying to @dlitt_3 @PaulTenorio
That’s only for designated players
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Dave Jun 30
Replying to @PaulTenorio
Paul, are players staying in the Swan allowed to go over to the Dolphin and vice-versa?
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Holden Cribb Jun 30
Replying to @PaulTenorio
But still that is pretty poor quality of a box lunch.
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Peter Jun 30
I basically never stay in hotels... does that sandwich really cost $65?
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Greg Olaussen Jun 30
Replying to @PaulTenorio
The only thing I can really fault anyone specifically for in this case is the upselling of the meal via the language use setting up the inevitable expectation vs reality debate. There are many reasons to nag on the tournament upcoming right now, player food is not one of em.
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Stephen Starkey Jun 30
Check the Disney website. That's actually the standard cost and product they offer, which is insane
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