4. Less wait time: Fewer people are allowed inside the parks each day. The lines for rides might look long, but remember that people are socially distanced. “Timewise, it felt quite a bit shorter than usual,” Campo says.
5. Make the most of the My Disney Experience app: The Campo family used the app and found it very helpful, especially around meals. You can access menus to park restaurants, make reservations and order your meals ahead to save time—and see when your meal is ready.
Where the Campo family stayed
The Campos spent the night at Disney’s Riviera Resort, which opened in late 2019. They found it clean and convenient—especially the Disney Skyliner aerial gondola transportation system. The resort’s pool and movie night were great for the kids, while Michael Campo enjoyed learning about Disney’s history through displays at the hotel.
“The hotel was top notch—it was gorgeous,” Campo says. “There were plenty of places to eat. It was super clean and everybody was really nice.”
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