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Old 11-24-2011, 08:26 AM   #856
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Credentials have arrived. Watching the WWoHP special right now. Question for the Genius. Will we be able to mail things that night to get the Hogsmeade postmark?

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Credentials have arrived. Watching the WWoHP special right now. Question for the Genius. Will we be able to mail things that night to get the Hogsmeade postmark?

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Old 11-24-2011, 09:25 AM   #858
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While you are asking, will there be any photography restrictions?
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Old 11-24-2011, 10:54 AM   #859
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While you are asking, will there be any photography restrictions?
Good question.

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Old 11-24-2011, 12:01 PM   #861
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We are getting SO close!

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While you are asking, will there be any photography restrictions?
This one I can answer.

The only restrictions are as follows:

1. No pictures backstage (this just applies to the folks on the buses)
2. Pictures/video cannot be used in any promotional material for any commercial purpose.
3. No pictures of me

You can can take all the pictures/video you want for your own use.

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Will we be able to mail things that night to get the Hogsmeade postmark?

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Just read through the contract for the event again and found this:

"The Owl Post itself is a functional postal office. You can drop your postcards and letters into the post box and they'll be delivered with an authentic Hogsmead(TM) postmark. The Owl Post sells a variety of stationary, writing implements and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter(TM) stamps, as well as owl related toys and gifts."

So the anwer to your question is yes!!
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Just read through the contract for the event again and found this:

"The Owl Post itself is a functional postal office. You can drop your postcards and letters into the post box and they'll be delivered with an authentic Hogsmead(TM) postmark. The Owl Post sells a variety of stationary, writing implements and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter(TM) stamps, as well as owl related toys and gifts."

So the anwer to your question is yes!!
YEAAAAA!!!!!
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Old 11-24-2011, 04:40 PM   #866
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If only they would open a classroom, so we could all have desks for writing our postcards. Hey! Maybe one of us will find the Room of Requirement and we'll all be able to fit onto one desk and there will be a magic quill that will write out the cards and addresses while we ride Forbidden Journey one last time before the night is over.

John - can you get on that, please? As the podcast genius, I'm sure you'll have it sussed out in no time! I'd work on it, but I'm at Tokyo Disney and it's almost time to go stand in line again.

Thanks for all you do!
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Old 11-25-2011, 06:58 AM   #867
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Just read through the contract for the event again and found this:

"The Owl Post itself is a functional postal office. You can drop your postcards and letters into the post box and they'll be delivered with an authentic Hogsmead(TM) postmark. The Owl Post sells a variety of stationary, writing implements and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter(TM) stamps, as well as owl related toys and gifts."

So the anwer to your question is yes!!
Yay! That is so awesome. That's one of those things I never want to wait in line for when I'm there!
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A quick question... I've never been to FL in December, so I have no idea what the weather's like.

I did a quick Google and it said the average high is 71 and the low is 51. Does that seem about right to people?

I'm imagining I'll need a fleece or whatnot, but not a hat/scarf, etc. I might throw gloves in my bag as I get frozen hands pretty easily. Plus it'll make it easier to grip the Butterbeer.

How "bundled up" are other people planning to get?
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A quick question... I've never been to FL in December, so I have no idea what the weather's like.

I did a quick Google and it said the average high is 71 and the low is 51. Does that seem about right to people?

I'm imagining I'll need a fleece or whatnot, but not a hat/scarf, etc. I might throw gloves in my bag as I get frozen hands pretty easily. Plus it'll make it easier to grip the Butterbeer.

How "bundled up" are other people planning to get?
The last two years that I have been in Disney at this exact time of year I have experienced torrential rain, 70 degree weather and 40 degree nights. I would pack a little bit of everything. I definitely spent Candlelight last year freezing in my fleece, hat scarf and gloves. Be prepared.
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I agree. It can be warm and sunny one day and downright cold (relatively speaking) the next. I usually have not needed anything more than a fleece jacket, however, but there have been some years I was happy to have a heavier coat.
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