Good luck! I just can't see forking over the cash right now for a "restricted" experience. And I'm not single-ing Disney out for this -it's all parks and even local entertainment venues like casinos (let alone Vegas). I tried a local casino a few months back and they were serving cocktails in plastic cups, plexiglass dividers between you and the black jack dealer and you and everyone else (smoking is still allowed tho... so there's that)
At least in Vegas they've tried to reduce prices somewhat to be commensurate.
Yeah...I hear you.
It’s more the change scenery than anything.
But I worked there in middle management...my kids have been there in excess of 25 times...if it’s crowded, we just leave the parks...skip rides that aren’t interesting that day.
I love to just BS at the bars and kill time....restaurants are more important than any stupid parade.
So covid doesn’t throw too much of that on its ear.