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Visiting During a Pandemic AND a Storm

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As I write this, Hurricane Isaias is out in the Atlantic. At the moment, Central Florida is not expected to take a direct hit, but these storms can be unpredictable. Plus it’s 2020, we need to be prepared for anything. This storm started me thinking about visiting Walt Disney World during both a named storm […]

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Disney’s Monorail and COVID-19 Precautions

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The Monorail at Walt Disney World is an icon. It is not only transportation, it’s an attraction in its own right. Many people feel as if their vacations start the moment they step onboard. Who doesn’t get excited when they see it for the first time? Disney’s Monorail is so popular that it even has […]

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Is Spontaneity Still Possible?

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I was recently looking through some old posts that I’ve written here at Disney Over 50, and I came across one about spontaneity. A lot of it had to do with FastPass+ and making dining reservations 180 days in advance. Of course, that was all before COVID-19 and the changes that have been made to […]

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Some Changes for the Walt Disney World Resort Hotels

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There have been a couple of changes that you need to know about at the Walt Disney World resort hotels. Remember, since we have never experienced anything like our current situation before, things will change from time to time. These changes are meant to offer the guests the best experience possible, while keeping everyone safe. […]

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Policy Updated Again

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Yes, in the name of this post I am talking about the face coverings policy. The latest information on the Walt Disney World website (as of July 27) reads as follows: Face coverings are required for all Guests (ages 2 and up) and Cast Members. Please bring your own face coverings and wear them at […]