Was due to go to Universal and Disney for a week in July. All was planned by touring plans. 12 hours before departure my child became critically ill and the vacation was cancelled. Thanks to my Lord Jesus she is recovering still. If the trend continues in her recovery, we hope to salvage the universal portion of the trip with a stay at Royal Pacific Saturday12/29/18-1/2/19. We have 3 day PTP passes which can be used thru mid January. Obviously, this is the busiest time of year but with this health crisis we are not nearly so geared to see/ride everything. We should all be fit for most any but the most intense of rides.
These are my questions:
Which 3 days should I go to the parks?
Is Volcano Bay worth a day or is a day lounging at Royal Pacific good?
What are the holiday must do’s?
Macy’s parade on New Years?? Do/don’t do?
Kids are early 20’s. No physical limitations save some mild tendency to vertigo and with intense rides.
Help me reclaim this vacation from the nightmare of the last month.
I am so glad to hear that your child is on the mend! I have never been in the parks at that time, so I can’t offer advice on the seasonal happenings. However, I can tell you that if you have a park-to-park ticket, and not a three park ticket, your ticket does not include Volcano Bay, so that would be an extra charge. Personally, if you are looking at three park days during a busy time, I would skip Volcano Bay, but I have never actually been to Volcano Bay myself.