When we stayed at the Hilton the only reason I went into that Disney store was to buy headache pills. For souvenirs we bought at the park or Downtown Disney. Someone in our group picked up their convention-rate tickets from there too I think. In the age of FP+ I don't think they would be doing...
I would not expect to see a new full-blown one until they know exactly how things will run post-covid. Who knows if Fast Pass will return, Tron and GotG may be the new must-do rides etc.
Maybe in the interim there could be some new clips showing the current processes and rules around masks etc.
In the UK some places went cashless as the cash kept getting stolen and the card fees were lower than costs of handling and more importantly insuring cash. A good example here https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-46507529
There is also the risk of staff stealing cash too. The hotels at Alton...
I answered your point as well.
There are some cards that a register can accept as long as it has power and then it sends the information to the bank once it has a phone connection again. Think of the carbon roller method, they only get processed once they are sent off to the bank. Most cards...
It is very rare for the Visa / Mastercard / American Express systems to go down and if they do it is usually only one of them, so if Visa is down you can use Mastercard for example.
But it seems more common for Disneys room charge system to go down. I would never rely solely on charging to my...
I would assume you will not be able to get close to anyone and hug them for the next year or until a vaccine comes along and is widely adopted.
Maybe we will see some costumed characters doing distanced meets by the time of your trip but I don't think you won't see face characters out for a long...
The simple face covering that Disney are asking people to wear doesn't really protect the wearer, it is to help stop infected droplets getting out the mouth and nose of the wearer.
So the mask is to stop the person potentially spreading the virus, not getting it.
Options are limited right now due to Covid so menus may not reflect all options that will be there in the future.
But Starring Rolls was replaced by the Trolley Car Cafe (Starbucks) and they offer cold sandwiches there, but I've never bought them so they might just be Starbucks branded.
It doesn't seem impossible that it might be different in different countries/markets.
In the US I think somethings get released on Hulu instead? But in the UK/Europe it wouldn't surprise me if Disney started adding less family friendly films.
Just turn off mobile data and then use Disney's WiFi. Unless you are on the Three UK network.
Here is how to turn if off
Has your tinfoil hat fallen off?
I don't know about US tax law, but in the UK none of those things apply. I sell old belongings on eBay all the time (so your equivalent of lawnmower at a Yard sale) and my buyers don't need to pay VAT (our sales tax) and for these small amounts I don't have to...
For me Tiffins didn't live up to the hype, it was far more bland than I was expecting.
I've always enjoyed Cali Grill (but it isn't on the poll).
I don't pack anything formal enough to go to V&A.
'Ohana is quantity not quality, but was good enough.
I need to try Jiko.
Brown Derby is fine, but...
This comes back to a question being asked in the restaurant forum, what drives you to choose a restaurant.
You are arguing here that theme is most important, but they would probably then just serve the same generic ice cream that is available all over WDW.
I would argue good quality food is...
There is Radiator Springs Racers at DCA for that.
I think Mario Kart should combine both, you want some feeling of control and seeing a shell fly from your kart, but also I want to be speeding round a course made with "real" buildings, so hopefully they can get the tech working to have physical...