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Disney Glossary – 50 Terms You Should Know Before Visiting WDW Resort

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41. Queue The line for an attraction, sometimes with added features to make the time pass more quickly. 42. Quick Service Quick service refers to a category of dining at the Disney Resort where you place your order at a counter or register and find your own table.  Usually quicker and less expensive than Table Service.  It is sometimes called ...

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Disney Glossary – 50 Terms You Should Know Before Visiting WDW Resort

31. Memory Maker Memory Maker is a separately purchased package at the Disney Resort which allows you to download unlimited PhotoPass photos taken by Disney photographers to your My Disney Experience account.  The package includes all photos taken by PhotoPass photographers, attraction photos, attraction videos, magic shots, and some character dining photos.    32. Moderate Resort Disney’s Moderate Resorts are ...

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Disney Glossary – 50 Terms You Should Know Before Visiting WDW Resort

21. Guest A guest is a visitor to the Disney Resort.  Disney does not have customers, they have guests. 22. Guest Relations Guest Relations are locations where guests can get assistance with theme park information, maps, time guides, restaurant reservations, annual passes, tour information, and currency exchanges, among many other services. 23. Hard ticket Disney World offers separately ticketed special ...

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Disney Glossary – 50 Terms You Should Know Before Visiting WDW Resort

11. Day Guest A day guest is a guest of the theme parks who is not staying on-property at a Disney Resort hotel. 12. Deluxe Resort Disney’s Deluxe Resorts are their top-of-the-line accommodations for guests looking for a more high-end stay.  They are more luxurious than Disney’s other resorts and typically offer more amenities and more fine dining establishments. 13. ...

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Disney Glossary – 50 Terms You Should Know Before Visiting WDW Resort

1. Adult When buying theme park tickets or a Disney Dining Plan, an “adult” refers to any guest who is 10 years of age or older. 2. Advanced Dining Reservations (ADR) Disney Resort guests can make table service restaurant reservations at the parks and resorts 180 days in advance of their arrival date.  On that same day, they may make ...

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Disney Glossary – 50 Terms You Should Know Before Visiting WDW Resort

When you arrive at the Walt Disney World Resort, you enter a magical place that is separate from the “real world” you left behind.  And as a world of its own, it makes sense that the Disney Resort would have its own language.  Learning the Disney vocabulary can be vitally important for planning a smooth Disney vacation that your family ...

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