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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneybumble, post: 158128
    And what i.d do they need
    They require a photo I.D.
    A driving licence will do fine rather than lugging your passport around with you.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 158089
    It's one of the "free things" Disney has to offer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 158133
    They require a photo I.D.
    A driving licence will do fine rather than lugging your passport around with you.
    Will my KTW card do ,as l don't drive and really don't want to take my passport. We will be staying onsite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneybumble, post: 158146
    Will my KTW card do ,as l don't drive and really don't want to take my passport. We will be staying onsite.
    Just to clarify.
    You will only need to show a photo I.D. if you drive to the resorts and enter via the security check point.
    As you won`t be driving then presumably you would travel to the resorts using the Disney transportation system [bus, monorail or boat], in which case no photo I.D. will be required.
    Having said that, having a photo I.D. with you is a good thing at all times. How about taking a photostat copy of your passport just in case you are ever asked for a photo I.D.?





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    anyone in your party can have the photo id and you only need 1
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    I find it very relaxing to visit other resorts, and no one will ask for id or resort keys or anything, so just feel free to stroll around





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    Visiting other resorts is one of my favorite things to do. I've pretty much seen them all now, but would like a better view of some.

    And yes, those Christmas decorations are worth checking out the other resorts during the holidays!

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    Oh yes! That's a good way to actually get a feel of the resort! And maybe your next trip stay at a new place...but don't swim in the pools...pool hopping is not allowed & people get mad-I really don't know why-unless the pool is packed. I guess I don't care b/c I am usually doing laundry when the kids go with my husband!!!!

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