Ever since then, more and more has reopened at the parks including restaurants like Oga’s Cantina, and health and safety policies have changed. We recently learned that LOTS of Disneyland restaurants are reopening soon, but now even MORE restaurants have reopening dates!
LOTS of things are changing in Disney World. If you’re a big fan of Disney’s pre-shows, then you’ll be thrilled to know that quite a few pre-shows have reopened including the ones at Haunted Mansion, The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway, and DINOSAUR.
It seems like each time we’re in the parks, something else has reopened or changed! And today was no different! Today, we stopped by Test Track and noticed that 2 big things have changed at this attraction.
Disney World is going through some big changes right now!
Health and safety measures are starting to disappear and restaurants, entertainment options, and resorts are starting to reopen more frequently. Disney recently announced that fireworks would be returning to the parks soon, and that announcement has some huge implications for the future of what’s happening in the parks!
Hello from Florida! It’s almost summer and we’ve been busy indulging in some very yummy summer treats!
We’re talking about new Starbucks drinks, a boozy cake, and a $20 Cruella cake (and we’d pay that again)! But we’ve also been excited about some restaurant reopenings (‘Ohana – yay!), as well as checking out the menus for restaurants all over Disney World!
Disney World reopened almost a year ago, and we’ve seen a TON of changes since then!
Here at DFB, we’re all about the food, and that’s why we’re glad SO many Disney World restaurants have reopened recently! We’ve visited Chef Mickey’s for dinner and the newly reopened Cape May Cafe, but today a fan-favorite restaurant has reopened at Disney’s Animal Kingdom!
As things start to move more back to normal at Disney World, we’re starting to see more and more restaurants and snack spots reopen all over the resort.
The global health crisis was particularly hard on the travel industry.
And although domestic air travel is picking back up again, many international destinations — particularly those that normally have flights to Orlando — are still not allowing flights into and out of their countries.