Skip to comments.Has anyone on this site been to Disney in Orlando???
Posted on 07/14/2020 7:40:14 PM PDT by Hojczyk
My daughter was visiting Florida from Mass....she was furlowed from Disney but still has not been layed off...she works from home...so I had to go,..
Did not go to the park but went to Disney Springs...
From what I can see Disney is going to have a long up hill battle..
Good for the the locals who have season passes and want to go for rides and leave..Lines are short...
THE resort was open but nothing else...no food except pizza and deli items.
The Boardwalk was dead...
Disney Springs had people but maybe 5%...a lot of the stores were closed..
Wearing a mask outdoors all the time will not work...it was 100 degrees the day I was there...if you covered your nose you were in trouble...so I just coved may nose if I was near someone...
Must admit the people in Mass.. are scared to death of the virus..if there like my daughter and grand children
No, thank God.
In MA the governor delibrately killed elderly people by putting infected people in assisted living facilities.
Thereby artificially creating far more deaths than othwise may have occurred.
In order to make covid appear far mre dangerous to everyone than it really is.
It also created false cause to implement illegal rules and restrictions that cared shiiteless sheeple would go along with.
They just reopened...maybe a week ago. They are limiting the numbers of people allowed in.
Traveling right now is somewhere between annoying and disastrous.
You definitely need to be mentally prepared if it is much of a journey. Here is the crux of the problem: What do you do if you get sick when a thousand miles away from home?
Go to Epcot and Animal Kingdom. Love those parks.
Apparently its not about limiting numbers, its about nobody wanting to go. Like NOBODY. Know somebody who went, they saw maybe 5 other people in the park.
Yes, 5 times. The first experience was a childhood dream of mine - I grew up dirt poor and always wanted to go. The second time was just as fun. Three thru five, not so much - major headaches with crowds and such, the last three were for assorted family members. Would NOT recommend nowadays though.
I have. If you like heat, humidity, and paying $120 to mostly stand in line and ride 5 rides only to be brainwashed with “its a small world after all” song; whoopie frekin do! Oh and everything is in Disney bucks. Just boycott them and spend you money on useful things....like weapons and ammo!
Never been to Florida’s Disneyland. No food eh? I remember going to the original Disneyland (in California) in the early 1960s and eating tuna sandwiches on the StarKist pirate ship. Boy were they good.
I hope Disney goes belly up.
ABC is their channel of propaganda.
I was in mid-december, two weeks later I was hacking my brains out (not literally I think, but the jury is still out on that), massive headache, my entire body hurt, it was hard to breathe, I went through 3 plus bottles of expectorant cough syrup trying to make the cough productive, it finally broke after about 9 days.
I was self quarantining in the basement for the bulk of the time I was sick. I wasn’t sure what I had at the time, I assumed it was a bad flu. Now, I wonder...
I almost went a few years ago, but their degenerate leftist advocacy put a stop to that.
Yes. In November, 1991 when I was 12 years old. I survived the small world ride with my sanity intact.
Oh, hate to break your heart, but face masks dont prevent virus’s. COVID-19 is .03 microns, same particle size as smoke. BBQ some meat. If you can smell it through a mask, think of it as a bunch of COVID. Want to prevent it? Then take 2 vit D3, and a magnesium, calsium, zinc suppliment in the morning and get some sun. Haven’t worn a mask and shop at the Walmarts, which is like going into a Star Wars cantana. No issues.
I hope Disney goes belly up
I’ve been three times in my life.
Have lots of grandchildren & great grandchildren who have been there... They loved it...
It’s a money vacuum, sucks it right out of your wallet.
We had a family reunion (dumbest thing ever, all seniors) and met at Disney Epcot third week of February for four days. When we returned, my husband became ill within the week. Complete exhaustion, sleeping constantly, aching throat, congestion. I became sick within three days of him. Similar symptoms, but I had a fever, aching throat and could not wake up. It went into my chest, and I kept saying, I have never had a cold like this before. Took us both about ten days to feel better. We now wonder if it was COVID. (Would never go back to Disney, wasnt worth it even if we werent sick.)
Are they turning people away? Now would be a great time to go, but it would be a bummer to make the trip and no be allowed in.
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