We live in a world where technology is changing rapidly and the digital world is becoming an increasingly important part of everyday life. However, from time to time, it is still necessary to use the good old technology of the 1990s, such as fax machines and rotary telephones.
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Recently, Reddit user r/ClassicVeterinarian reported trying to fax Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort:
I’m trying to fax Coronado Springs for a room request. It still fails to send, is something wrong?
The number I have for their fax is 407-939-1001. Keep trying to use several different websites to send faxes, none worked.
Heard sending a fax was best for room requests, that’s why I try to do it.
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Now, 93 comments later, the original poster has been shredded by reactions from fellow Disney guests to their attempt to send a 21st century fax. For example, r/defhermit joked, “I think your main problem is that it’s not 1992 anymore.”
Another Redditor, r/cheesecakepirate, added, “Have you considered sending a telegram instead?”, to which r/shadowhawkz hilariously replied, “Also send a carrier pigeon to make sure they get message. Acknowledgment requested.”
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r/sguerrrr0414 kicked things off with “Smoke Signals. The language of our people.
The original poster took the jolly ribs in stride, eventually writing, “I can’t even be mad about these comments, they’re so funny.”
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Luckily, r/ClassicVeterinarian got some actionable advice on how to make the necessary room request for his upcoming Walt Disney World Resort vacation. r/AftertheNightIWakeUp shared a helpful suggestion, “You can just use the chat function in MDE [the My Disney Experience App] since it is not urgent. It will take a while to get back to you, but they will note the account with your request. »
Learn about Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort and Gran Destino Tower
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The official description for Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort & Gran Destino Tower reads:
Celebrate the unique blend of Spanish, Mexican and American Southwest cultures at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. This beautiful lakeside oasis offers classic influences, Disney touches and modern conveniences to energize and inspire.
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