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My Disney report from my Disney travels 7/7/2020 to 7/14/2020 with cast member previews and annual pass park passes.  You need to know that the Disney magic is back!

My Disney trip was a long thought out process because of all of the possibilities of what could or would happen, for that matter, what might not happen.  Let me explain.  I made my reservations 2 days before leaving because I was so unsure.  In my heart I knew I needed to go to Disney to see it all, for instance, I want to see it all with my own eyes.  My fears were that I would not get any park passes into the parks or get Annual Passholders Preview.  At the time, I did not even think that cast member preview was an option. Boarding a flight to Florida to spend 14 days in quarantine then the POSSIBILITY of getting into the parks, in other words, it was a huge risk.

After quarantine I moved on to my timeshare all by myself.  At this time I knew I could go to cast member preview for Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom and Epcot, I felt like I had won the lottery!! Sadly, no Annual Passholder Preview or Annual Pass Park Passes.  Feelings of joy were in my heart as I knew I was going to see Disney and feel the magic again!!

Here are some of my notes:

1-Cars are initially parked every other space.

2-Small crowds, no Fastpasses needed

3-Temperature checks before going through security

4-Security is mostly, non-touch

5-Masks are mandated unless stationary with food or beverages

6-Hand sanitizers are every where (use them often)

7-Portable sinks are available throughout the parks

8-High touch areas, including rides, are cleaned often

9-Less Photopass photographers out

10-Mobile ordering only as well as non-person check ins at sit down dining

11-Wait times for rides appear on your My Disney Experience App

12-No character meet and greets but random cavalcades of characters in all the parks

13-No fireworks to end your day in the parks

14-THE MAGIC IS BACK!

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