Disney World Reopening Plan: What we’ve all been waiting for is finally here! The Walt Disney Company has presented a reopening plan for Walt Disney World to the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force. Jim MacPhee, Senior Vice President of Operations and Chief Operating Officer at the Walt Disney Company, presented the plan at today’s meeting (May 27, 2020). While the plan still needs to go through additional approval processes, we currently have some key details related to the proposed reopening.
As we all anxiously await the reopening of the most magical place on earth, many of us have spent considerable time indoors. I, for example, live in a small apartment in the city with my wife. (I am convinced that she believes each person she speaks to on the phone is hard of hearing, such that she shouts into the phone at maximum volume.) [Note: his wife is editing this post and thinks he’s the pot calling the kettle black…] As a result, I have spent a good deal of time pondering other places where this period of isolation might be more fun. Then I got to thinking, “Wouldn’t it…
The Festival of the Arts is one of Epcot’s shorter festivals and maybe less attended as well. The Festival includes wonderful works of art for purchase and on display throughout the park. I am going to share some no cost Festival of the Arts fun that you should be sure not to miss. The Festival runs through February 24th, 2020.
Monsiuer Paul- Dining Review: This a long overdue Monsieur Paul- Dining review post, possibly the best place we had dinner at Walt Disney World last year. Monsieur Paul is signature dining located in the France Pavillion. This restaurant is upstairs or on top of Chefs de France.
EPCOT is in the middle of a huge transformation. A few new films made their debut at EPCOT this past weekend. The three new movies at Epcot will appeal to a wide range of audiences.
I love wandering around Epcot. I love the food, drinks, music, and atmosphere. I also love the new Exhibit in the Morocco Pavillion at Epcot.
Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival is full of fun and interesting treats. Here are my Top 5 things to eat at food and wine. For more information on tackling a Festival like Food and Wine with food allergies, check out this post.
I hate to break it to you, but you’re going to wait in lines at Disney. Planning and strategic use of FastPasses can sometimes minimize those waits, but they’ll still exist. Disney knows its guests don’t want to wait, so it does its best to make the attraction queues as entertaining as possible; they become part of the attraction experience.
Epcot for Toddlers and Babies: When most people think of taking their younger kids to Disney World, they usually think of taking them to Magic Kingdom. And they are not wrong! Magic Kingdom is chock full of toddler-friendly activities! But for some reason, Epcot is lower on the list. Most people would say that Epcot is not for kids. To that I say, no way! Epcot is for everyone! I have already written an article called “Top 8 Things for Kids to Do in Epcot”, but that was written more generally for kids of all ages. This article will be specifically for the younger kiddos. This is a Part 2…