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On the other side of the coin, I love the ways they’ve added experiences that you can have by just “happening upon them.” Like characters appearing in lawns at EPCOT, or on overlooks like the Country Bears in the Magic Kingdom.
I FULLY hope for the return of all the things you are missing. I miss them, too.
But I also hope that some of the added “serendipity” remains.
Thanks for your work.
We visited in November because we wanted to see how the parks had adapted to the need for cast member and visitors safety. We had booked in September but canceled because of safety concerns. We were pleasantly surprised by what was open and pleasantly surprised by the reduced wait times at many of our favorite attractions.
A word of warning however, this is not the WDW you knew and loved. Things are closed or limited in capacity especially dining options.
But, for those of you who love WDW, it’s just a different hopefully short lived version of what we hope to get back.
Compared to pre-pandemic times the $$$ value for tickets and lodging is probably out of wack compared to the past but it’s still WDW. We enjoyed seeing the parks in a different light but were still entertained and sometimes excited by seeing things from a different perspective.
If you can I’d say go, experience a different WDW, stay safe, wash your hands often and enjoy the experience.
The only thing that was to write home about was the lights on the castle at night with the Christmas theme. So very disappointed about it all.
I was so excited to take my granddaughter there and she wasn’t even thrilled.
I miss taking pictures with the characters at Walt Disney world
Agree with all those points. I have friends that went just to enjoy shorter lines. They didn’t mind missing pictures with characters. Or the myriads of restaurant closings. Waiting for transportation can be hit or miss. Always good to know your alternatives there. Ultimately we canceled our vacation in October because truly, for all the costs involved, I don’t want a watered down version. And for first-timers, if you know what you want and they don’t have it right now, wait. It is too expensive to be disappointed.
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