Discussion in 'Walt Disney World' started by Mari, Jul 24, 2009.
sending cards, but like a real post office to send packages and stuff?
That's a good question!
From some reason I don't think there is, but who knows?
Only at Celebration and I think you mean the parks.
I do know that certain stores can actually mail UPS. My father bought something in Germany and had them send it to his house.
yes I was wondering if there was in the parks, or DTD or maybe in resorts.
forgot about that. I wanted a snowglobe posted back home a couple of years back but it was going to cost over $80.....yes, you did see $80!
I think it cost dad around 20-something, but that's from FL to IN
wow!! 80??? I guess I wont be using the service then!! hahaha.. but its good to know its available in some places
SOme of the shops at Disney can ship for you.
You can buy stamps at the resorts.
But for actual USPS services, there is not one on Disney property. There is a little post office over in the Crossings shopping center outside of the DTD entrance
There is a large, full service United States Post Office on Turkey Lake Rd, before you get to the Turkey Lake and Sand Lake intersection.
Turkey Lake????? Come on now, what's the real name????
WoW $80.00 , I know you were shipping across the pond, but that must have been about the cost of the globe .
that's the one I used last trip to send the postcards.
I know when I bought a huge jack Pumkin at the Disney store at Downtown Disney, they offered to send it for me, ( yes you try to prise him out of my hands!!!!)
A actual post-office would be a good idea don't you think?
Ummm, Hotel Plaza Blvd, to SR 535 to Palm Parkway which become Turkey Lake Road... which goes on to cross over Sand Lake Road...
Seriously, that's the name of the road, Turkey Lake Road. (There is a lake on it further north of Sand Lake).
You know that name shows the exact moment when the people thinking of names just gave up. Turkey Road I get, Lake Road I get, I even get Sand Lake Road....
Well, there is a Turkey Lake on Turkey Lake Road. Does that help?
You can ship packages from the WDW business centers, but I believe they charge an additional fee for each package. You might be able to ship from your resort--ask at the Concierge/Guest Services desk.
you don't want to see some of the names of streets around here.
I do hope that Turkeys can be found roaming around the Turkey Lake.
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