Walt Disney World in Florida reopened to the public in mid-2020, although many changes have been made to ensure the health and safety of guests. This week I’m chatting with the folks at The Inofficial Guide to Walt Disney World to provide the latest updates, tips, and inside information for planning your trip to Walt Disney World or Disneyland, California.
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Three years ago I had never been to a Disney hotel and had little experience with theme parks in general. It wasn’t for want of want; I’ve always enjoyed theme parks and I’ve always been fascinated by Disney as a company. For some reason, I just had never been there until I found myself in Anaheim with some free time and knew I couldn’t miss the opportunity. Fast forward to 2020 and I’ve visited both Disneyland and Walt Disney World many times and even found myself in Disneyland Paris. I’ve driven down several times since the parks reopened in Florida and each visit has been more magical than the last. But with so many changes, knowing what to expect is confusing, which is why I’m thrilled to invite the guest back to the show this week.
Seth Kubersky is a travel journalist, art critic, and theater producer based in Orlando, FL. Seth is from New Jersey and is a graduate of the College of William and Mary in Virginia. He was a former entertainment supervisor at Universal Orlando and is the author of the unofficial guide for Universal Orlando. He is also the co-author of the unofficial travel guides for Disneyland, Las Vegas and Walt Disney World and a frequent author of the Orlando Weekly and Attractions Magazine. Please also be sure to follow Seth on Twitter.
The unofficial guide is a trusted source of information for a successful Walt Disney World vacation. The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World was compiled and authored by a team of seasoned researchers, whose work has been cited by sources as diverse as USA Today and the Operations Research Forum. It goes deeper and offers more guidance than any other guide. You can follow them Twitter here.