I know, it’s probably a ridiculous question. I’m in the job application process (what joy!) and am also going to be at the World in 11 days. While interviews are something that I can plan around and conduct in my hotel room, short follow-up calls or rejection/offer calls often aren’t scheduled and might pop up while I’m at the parks.
I’d rather not speak with a prospective employer with a ton of parks noise in the background for a few reasons. One, I wouldn’t want my decision to go to the parks during the pandemic to affect their evaluation of my application. Two, I don’t think it comes across as professional to have the natural (and beloved by us all!) noise of background music, loud families, etc. battling with my voice on the call.
So I suppose I’m looking for recommendations of places in any of the parks that I can poke my head into and take a brief phone call without it disturbing other guests and without the setting posing additional difficulties to me or a representative from this company / these companies.
Ideally, these would be places that I can walk to from elsewhere in the park within 10-15 minutes so that I’m not calling back with too much of a delay. I recognize that’s not always possible, but that would be ideal.
Thanks in advance, everyone!