What do everyone’s favourite mouse and duck do during the COVID-19 crisis?
Well if you’ve missed Mickey and Minnie, Donald and Goofy and all their friends then here’s some good news.
The gang are back with the reopening of subcontracted shops at Disney Springs http://www.disneysprings.com in Orlando tomorrow.
And the World of Disney Store and Disney eating places from next Wednesday.
Mouse in a mask
We might have to wait to wrap ourselves in the arms of our favourite characters at first but a wave goes a long way.
And our pals also know how to keep us all cheerful with their dances and japes.
And while we’ll all (employees and guests) be required to wear masks and have our temperatures taken.
There’s nothing that says we can’t smile from behind our masks or laugh.
Of course what we all want to know is when the theme parks will reopen and there’s further good news on that front too.
Universal Orlando reopened its CityWalk shopping and dining areas last week with strict new measures in place https://www.universalorlando.com/web/en/us/terms-of-service/operations-update.
No more big queues
And Florida Governor Ron DeSantis gave Disney https://www.disneyworld.co.uk and Universal Orlando https://www.universalorlando.com/web/en/us/theme-parks/citywalk the OK to submit their reopening plans… watch this space.
But you can be sure that the great minds behind our animation favourites will be ahead of the curve.
And besides they already have some things already in place that can be applied to the ‘new normal.’
Such as the Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance virtual queue that will tell a guest when to return and join the physical line as guests with higher ‘boarding groups’ are processed.
In a theme park far, far away
And this will eliminate the need for long queues and who needs them? Certainly not me… http://Stair Wars
Our holiday providers are all facing a challenging time just now.
But remember they want nothing better than get us out to these, and again there’s no better word for it, magical places.
Magic Vacations, an Irish travel agent which is an official Disney partner, have come up with the bright idea of combining the magic of Ireland and that of Disney.
This deal is magic
To give clients who book a Magic Vacations holiday for 2021 to Disneyland Paris a one-night stay including breakfast in an equivalent 3 or 4-star hotel in Kinsale this Autumn.
So you’ll travel March 1-4 from Dublin/February 28-March 3 from Cork with flights from your nearest airport. (€55 supplement from Cork).
You’ll play €699pps with all meals included and flights, transfers, accommodation, €100 gift card, four days unlimited entry to Disneyland and a Meet & Greet.
With that night’s accommodation in Kinsale in November with full Irish breakfast for two guests included.
Contact (01) 40004433/(021) 4700568. See http://www.magicvacations.ie.