"Stories from a Theme Park Insider" is a collection of Robert's favorite stories about life in the Magic Kingdom, along with some of the best stories about working inside a theme park submitted the website's readers. It offers laughs and a fun, light, warm read for anyone looking for a quick theme park fix.
What time is the 3:00 parade? Why does a child need to be 40 inches tall to ride a roller coaster? What happens when the president of France gets lost inside Pirates of the Caribbean? "Stories from a Theme Park Insider" takes you inside the park's famous tunnels and backstage for a look at how theme parks really work, and the funny moments and embarrassments that can happen when your job is someone else's vacation.
Readers call it: "Entertaining," a "Fantastic read for a WDW fan," and a "Great Collection of Stories about the Happiest Place on Earth."
About the Author
Robert Niles is the editor of ThemeParkInsider.com, which has been named the "best theme park site on the Internet" by Forbes and Travel + Leisure magazines. He is a former Walt Disney World cast member who went on to a career in journalism, working at the Los Angeles Times and [Denver] Rocky Mountain News before starting his own website.
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