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Help for newbie(s) please.


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  • [Idea] Help for newbie(s) please.

    I was just wondering if any of you, with the moderators permission of course, would be willing to start one or more Super Threads, if there aren't already any, for those of us who are new, and will be visiting the TDR soon. A FQA Super Thread would help, but any thread with important info for first time visitors would be helpful.

    Threads that give you detailed info on the best months of the year, best days of the week to visit. What all are guests allowed to bring into the resort (food? water? type of bags?) What is the best strategy to ride the most popular rides? What fast passes to get first, or in which order should one ride attractions at both parks? What shows to enter lotteries first for? Menus and reviews with pics for all restaurants.

    The more people help keep it up to date, the more helpful, and fun it should be.

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    Re: Help for newbie(s) please.

    I don't know what a super thread is, but if you peruse the existing threads you'll find many people providing all the information you could want for a successful trip.
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