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Disney Parks ‘Quick Hits’ – February 5th, 2010

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

Disney Parks Social Media -- Stay Connected
During a quick chat with some Disney Parks Blog readers yesterday, it came up — “What else are you guys doing on the Web?” It’s certainly not the first time I’ve been asked — and the answer is quite a lot. We’re now making it easier to connect and find our official channels with a new page. Check it out.

There were also several other items of interest that didn’t make it to the blog this week:

New Restaurant at Downtown Disney Marketplace — Pollo Campero, an international Latin chicken quick-service restaurant chain, has partnered with franchisee Levy Campero to deliver a new restaurant concept in Downtown Disney Marketplace at Walt Disney World Resort. The restaurant will feature Pollo Campero’s signature Latin chicken, as well as a new restaurant concept featuring fresh, healthy food. It’s slated to open in late 2010.

Disney’s FASTPASS Service Tips — Our complimentary Disney’s FASTPASS Service saves your place in line for an attraction while you enjoy the rest of the theme park.

Disney Parades, Shows — The Walt Disney World Moms Panel shows how to find times for parades and shows in each park.

This Week in History -– Walt Disney World leaders host the groundbreaking ceremony of Typhoon Lagoon in 1987.

Disney Gift Cards -– Terry from the Walt Disney World Moms Panel shares information about using Disney Gift Cards.

New Disney Alice in Wonderland — This open edition pin features Alice and Mad Hatter from Disney’s Alice in Wonderland – A Film by Tim Burton.

Finding a Perfect Restaurant — Some tips from the Moms Panel on finding the perfect restaurant to celebrate an anniversary.


  • Not just the iPhone, but they also don’t have it for most phones, including the Droid, even if you are on Verizon.

  • Why do you not have an app for the iPhone as well as Verizon? There are many apps that have been created for touring Disney made by other companies, but most have inaccurate or out of date info and are very limited. Also do you have Wifi available in the parks as well as the resort and if so is there a separate fee?

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