Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by ErieCruiser08, Jan 6, 2010.
I am looking for some pictures of Happy Limo's Lincoln Stretch Limo.
Thanks in advance
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If you go under the trip reports thread in the cruise line forum, you'll see a trip report that my brother did for our cruise back in November where we used Happy Limo. It's called Parker brothers on the high seas.
There should be a few pictures of the Lincoln Navigator limo. We had nothing but good things to say about them. The cars were clean, the drivers very friendly, and they got us from the airport to the cruise port quickly!
Hope your trip will be as good as ours was!
I don't know if I have any pics to easily share, but we used them and had a great experience. The stretch limo was a Lincoln and was white. It had dark gray leather interior. They played the movie CARS for us on the trip to the Animal Kingdom Lodge. They had sodas and water in the bar on ice. Car was very clean inside and out and had no visible defects. We had the stretch Navigator for our return trip (free upgrade). It was also white with a tan interior (if I remember correctly) and I felt the interior had seen plenty of use and was not in top shape, but wasn't horrible either. The stretch was in great shape though.
Thanks for the posts!
This may be a dumb question but the inside of the Lincoln Stretch Limo was like a regular limo right? And not just rows of seats?
Although my pic is blurry you can see what the limo looks like. We ordered the sedan and ended up having the limo. Lucky us! There is a long seat on the left side a bar on the right and a back seat which is pretty good size. There are pics of it in my review below.
Thanks for the pics!
Correct. Ours was a J-seat. Meaning you have the regular back seat of the Town Car and then a long seat in the shape of a J that runs on the drivers side down the length and curves toward the passenger side of the car. There was a flat screen tv in the front wall behind the passenger seat of the front. If you sit in the long section you would look out the passenger side windows and if you sit in the front you are facing backward. Opposite from the long seat section is the bar/ice chest with the refreshments.
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