We've had to drain and clean our pools where I work a couple of times because of this; it's a health code mandate from my understanding.
And you certainly can get ill from water! Everything from flesh eating bacteria to typhoid to ingesting heavy metals.
Just as a quick comment: the elderly are not necessarily falling due to not understanding the buggy system, but rather because they can't walk fast enough to catch up to the buggies. My father nearly fell trying to get in last January, and would have had the cast member not been fast enough...
The problem with Universal is it's not as big a multi-generational park. In 2018 my father was interested in a day there. We looked at everything and concluded that for an 89 year old it just wasn't worth it. I know you probably don't care about the elderly, but lots of us do.
He's doing the same thing management does at my hotel: simultaneously ***** about the stresses of full houses [that they never have to deal with personally] while humble bragging about how full they are. They don't get to do both. They have a solution for at least the short term. They can shut...
While I sympathize with trying to fit everyone into rooms - I've spent many an hour juggling rooms for full house nights - there's an easy solution: cap reservations. If you always leave, say, 50 -100 rooms (depending on the size of the resort) off market but ready to go in case of mix...
I work at an upscale resort. The verbal abuse I get as a night auditor is very much worse than I got working fast food. People with money can be just as bad if not worse than everyone else.
I've been called all this and worse. Yes, I know you think that's funny. They meant it. I don't.
Jungle Cruise is different at Disneyland.
I don't get why Disney can't offer the Magical Express as a paid option. An extra $10 or $15 bucks a person? Yeah, the luggage alone makes that worth it for me.