The title is right, Disney World has changed. Disney World is much different than it was the last time that my family visited the parks. Yes, I do understand that there has been a pandemic going on (Trust my, I know. Our latest trip was postponed 15 months due to Covid.). But the changes that
Below is a screen print from MyDisney Experience at 9PM on June 20, showing a greyed out icon for FastPass+ and text on the bottom stating “We cannot display FastPass+ details right now. Please check back later.” Could this mean that FastPasses will be returning very soon?
Disney World officials have announced a press conference scheduled for 10am on Wednesday, May 27th to announce plans that have been submitted to Florida Government and Health officials on their plans to reopen Disney World. Follow DisneyDawgs for a recap of the press conference and what the specific plans for the parks will be.
Universal Orlando has announced an opening date! Now the waiting game for those of us that have Disney vacations scheduled for this Summer begins. We originally had scheduled our vacation for April, but Covid-19 took care of that. Beginning of May it was looking as though Disney would be reopening the parks in Orlando sometime
Nope, this didn’t get me misty… Someone must be cutting onions here. A new video released by DisneyMagicMoments.com under “At Home with Olaf” will make you want to grab some tissues. A very touching song for our times that we are going through right now.
Visitors with face masks entered Shanghai Disneyland this morning for the first time since January 25th. Nearly five months after the Disney park closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak in China, guests were welcomed back into the park, with conditions. All guests must wear face masks and have their temperatures taken at the park’s security
DisneyDawgs is in the process of re-booking our 2020 Disney World Vacation and we are crossing our fingers that this one will happen. Our first attempt to get to Orlando was thwarted by the COVID-19 virus and cancelled and we thought that our last change at a family vacation was taken from us. But, Disney
Well, it has been quite a year so far. Obviously our Disney trip that was scheduled for April 14 through April 21st was cancelled due to the worldwide pandemic that we are currently in the middle of right now. My family was quite disappointed due to the fact that this would have most-likely been our
THIS SUCKS!!! Sorry, but there is not other way to put it. A trip that we have been planning for almost 18 months has been wiped out. I had the unadmiral task this morning of cancelling our flights and our car rental for what was supposed to be our last family Disney trip. My oldest
Due to concerns of the Coronaviris, Disney Studios has announced that it is delaying the release of the live-action version of Mulan. The movie was originally slated to open nation-wide on March 26. This delayed opening is among many Hollywood releases that have been delayed do to the current world-wide situation. Although no release date
For the first time in the history of the parks, both Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, Disneyland in California and the Disney Cruise Line will be temporarily suspending operations this weekend. Due to the Coronavirus, both parks and the cruise line will suspend public operations on Sunday, March 15, 2020. Disney Springs and ALL
The following is a statement released by the Walt Disney Company reguarding the closure of both Disneyland and Walt Disney World parks, hotels and resorts. Full statement: In an abundance of caution, and in the best interest of our Guests and Cast Members, we are proceeding with the closure of our theme parks at Walt
Walt Disney World has released its first public statement regarding the coronavirus and the steps that they are taking for Walt Disney World. Currently three Disney parks world-wide are closed (Shanghai, Hong Kong and Japan) due to the coonavirus. The following statement was given to People magazine by a Disney spokesperson: “We know there is