This will be a little bit of a different trip report than I have seen before, it may be the first of its kind here on the Forum. So what makes it unique? It will be told by 4 different users, all of whom will be familiar to you all.
@Dreamer, @JustKeepSmiling, @Julianne_fki and I are taking on WDW starting tomorrow morning. We have left our families at home for a much needed break. Don’t worry, we will be Covid safe. Two of us are fully vaccinated, one has had Covid, and the 4th is protected by herd immunity from the group. That’s our story at least. We are all very careful when it comes to Covid, and all 4 of us were here at the same time back in October so it is our second (or third, maybe fourth) time in the parks since the reopening in July.
I arrived last night and spent the day at Universal thanks to a “buy 12 months get 6 months free, then we will add 4 months from the closure, plus we will give you another month since Volcano Bay is closed” AP that I have had since March 2019. I had planned 2 trips with it (we live in WA) and ultimately got 5, so well worth it. It was a beautiful day, and not crowded. It was more like late July 2020 crowds than mid October 2020 crowds. I stayed at Royal Pacific so had an express pass, though it would have been easy to do it without. I had no plan, other than to ride Hagrid’s at least once, watch the Bourne Spectacular, and have some delicious butterbeer. It was easy to ride pretty much every ride in both parks (I skipped some on purpose) and I saw several shows. I won’t go into detail since this is a WDW trip report, but here are some pictures:
Now on to the good stuff…WDW. Tomorrow we are headed to Hollywood Studios. Will we get a Boarding Group for ROTR? Where will we eat? Which one of us will show up here next to post some pictures and give the rundown of our day? Guess you will have to tune in tomorrow.