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  1. Transferring CM's and early maintenance/dry dock
  2. I am a big fan of the Pern books. Another pair of authors I quite enjoy is David and Leigh Eddings.
  3. I have seen others tow in with Semi's with sleeper cabs in them and those are fine.
  4. If you have been waiting for Fall 2021 Disney Cruise Line itineraries the wait is almost over. Platinum Castaway Club Members can start booking July 27. Full details at the link below direct from Disney Cruise Line. If you are interested, the day itineraries go on sale is usually the least expensive time to book as the prices go up as the ship fills up. Let's get you locked in at the lowest price point. [email protected] https://disneycruise.disney.go.com/featured/2021-advance-booking/?fbclid=IwAR0YpMFqMi35gjlpXhMiEEX_uDsYyBQFhV-e1QypetyVJiVq-T9HFyXwY7s
  5. The only places you do not need a mask currently are the pool deck and at your site. If you are on a golf cart, bike, or walking anywhere else you need a mask.
  6. FYI 2020 is reopening for booking tomorrow morning.
  7. 2020 tickets and reservations back on sale tomorrow. Direct from Walt Disney World. 2020 tickets and reservations back on sale. If you have something you are looking for for tickets or reservations at the select hotels that have reopened for 2020 dates let me know. I am happy to help! [email protected] Magic is here! In just a few more days, we’ll begin welcoming the first guests back to the theme parks at Walt Disney World Resort, starting July 11 with Magic Kingdom Park and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park and followed July 15 by EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. We’re continuing to prepare for these openings in a measured and deliberate way, implementing health and safety measures with cast members and guests in mind. As you may recall, earlier we had temporarily paused 2020 ticket sales and Disney Resort hotel bookings so we could focus on helping existing ticket holders and Annual Passholders plan their visits with the new Disney Park Pass theme park reservation system. We are glad to share that tomorrow, July 9, we are resuming Disney Resort hotel bookings, packages and ticket sales for 2020. In preparation, our booking systems will be unavailable overnight, beginning at approximately midnight Eastern this evening. When systems come back online in the morning, you’ll be able to purchase new tickets and plan future visits throughout this year with the Disney Park Pass system, which we are using to help manage attendance. All guests with valid admission are required to make a reservation in advance for each park entry, so be sure to have your guests check the park reservation availability calendar before purchasing any new tickets. Guests should then go to www.StartYourDisneyExperience.com (www.CommencezVotreExperienceDisney.com in Quebec) after purchase to link their tickets and make park reservations. Reservations are limited and subject to availability. When adding theme park tickets to a new 2020 package, your clients will now have the option of choosing tickets for 2 to 7 days in length. Certain ticket and package options, such as the Park Hopper option, Minnie Van Airport Service and Disney Dining Plan packages, are currently unavailable. A new digital flyer and Facebook graphic will be available tomorrow in DisneyCopyright.com. Please note that, during this phased reopening, some tickets, ticket options and Disney Resort hotels are unavailable, but there are still a variety of options to choose from. Though the experience may be different than the last time your clients visited, there is so much to look forward to, with many favorite attractions and dozens of entertainment offerings available across all four theme parks, including special new character cavalcades and the Taste of EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival. When planning a visit for this year, we recommend checking out our “Know Before You Go” page on the Walt Disney World microsite, which features tips and information, including how to make park reservations after purchasing tickets. We realize that everyone’s situation is unique, so if you have specific questions about upcoming plans, please call the Disney Reservation Center.
  8. Currently they have only reopened booking up to a check out of Sept 27, 2021. No word on when the rest will be released. As of when things went down we could only get to Mid-November under the new rules that went into place last year. Instead of 499 days to when you check out, it is now 500 days to when you check in plus 30 additional days. I am closely watching for when things come back so I can get clients booked as soon as it opens.
  9. You do not need to wear a mask at your campsite.
  10. true but I am looking at a 2 day drive each way, cost of a rental camper, cost of a rental cart, and not being able to go to DS or resort hop since I havent found a mask that lets me breathe for more than 5-7 minutes with out my asthma kicking off badly. And that is trying to wear a mask up here while it was still May never mind in the Florida heat of July. We just couldnt find enough value in the trip at this time. I have another new masking coming (in about 4 weeks) but it is a very different design and I am hoping it will be the one that lets me go out again. While there are provisions for people with medical needs in CT to not wear one, in my area the chances of a physical, verbal, or Facebook attack for going out with out one are too high for me. I havent left the house except to go to ACE Hardware where they know me and have my back if needed for more than 2 months now.
  11. I dont think they actually limited the capacity of the Fort. I think a lot of people cancelled and summer is a slower period on top of it. I know we cancelled our week mid July as I still havent found a mask that works for me and we dont have a ticket for Silvia yet. So as much as we love the Fort sitting at the campsite for a week in July just wasnt appealing. I have not heard of anyone who had a reservation during the time period the Fort was going to be open who was cancelled by Disney.
  12. I really doubt we will see 2020 open back up before August 1 and if and when it does I think it will be limited. I do not have anything from Disney saying this. This is just me personal opinion.
  13. I wonder if it is as simple as the tv only putting out a left and a right channel. Not surround channels. Are there any settings in the tv itself to set the audio output type?
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