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- A few quick bites first: Monsieur Paul, the restaurant that is in the place of the former Bistro de Paris, has officially reopened.
- Also complimentary WiFi is now available all over Downtown Disney. This makes WiFi now available here, plus all four theme parks, and Typhoon Lagoon. To access it, guests can connect by selecting the network name “Disney – Guest” on any WiFi enable device.
- Attractions+ has officially debuted. This version of Photopass allows guests the opportunity to purchase just the attractions photos. Guests can include as many photos as they want within a 14 day period. Guest will get a card that works just like a Photopass card, where they will have to go to DisneyPhotopass.com to access their photos. Attractions that are included are: Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin, The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, Rock ‘n Roller Coaster, Expedition Everest, Dinosaur, Test Track. Guests can purchase Attractions+ at any of those attractions. The cost is $44.95.
- Due to guests high demand of the restaurant, Disney is testing out a sort of version of Fastpass+ for the Be Our Guest Restaurant. Testing right now with select guests, prior to a guest’s arrival they will be asked to select at time for their lunch, as well as order their menu selections. When they arrive at the restaurant, they will be directed to a table and their food will be delivered to them. The rumor is, when Fastpass+ rolls out next year, Disney may allow guests to be able to preorder their quick service meals from their smart phones, whilst doing something else in the park.