We took a long weekend this past week to visit my daughter in FL and visit Universal and Animal Kingdom. We started our day on Saturday with brunch at Art Smiths before our Universal visit. I was a bit uncomfortable at the restaurant because there really wasn't much spacing. However, I did notice that the staff thoroughly cleaned down tables, chairs, bottles, and salt/pepper shakers. Mr. Jimmy, the floor manager, stopped by our table and struck up a nice conversation. When we told him we never ate dinner there he said he would send over some mac and cheese for us to try with brunch. It was incredible. It was tough to finish with the super size portions we already ordered, but we managed. As we were finishing up, my daughter decided to check wait times at Universal. All I heard her say was "Wow." 55 minutes, 75 minutes, 120 minutes...it was crazy in both parks ! We thought about trying to get into a Disney park, but decided against it. The lots were jammed. The lines flowing into Universal were continuous. We tried to move around and stay six feet from people, but it was near impossible. No matter how uncomfortable it was in 95 degree weather, we kept our masks on. But many were not. We saw one "Karen" arguing with security at the gate as she had no mask and apparently didn't want to wear one. Several rides were fully booked to the end of the day by 1:00 PM. We rode MIB & ET; that's it. Obviously Universal was selling the HELL out of Express. They were trying to milk every dollar out of the crowd. I felt unsafe. We got out of there in a few hours, and I vowed that we would not be returning until things get better. They are definitely not handling this pandemic on the level that Disney is. I'm not partial to either park. We have season passes to both, but this situation definitely sets them apart on two ends of the spectrum.