A different kind of train experience is coming to Walt Disney World, as Brightline and the resort have agreed to build a train station at Disney Springs.[Read more…]
Since all of the U.S. theme parks and attractions first closed in March, the tourism and hospitality industry has been ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic. Cruise ships were docked, parks were closed and hotels were shut down in an effort to stop the spread. Many still haven’t reopened, and those that have aren’t seeing the sort of attendance they’re used to. Today, for the first time in a long time, hope has been given to this struggling industry. Pfizer, a biopharmaceutical company, has announced their COVID-19 vaccine tests have proven to be 90% effective during trials.
It’s safe to say that 2020 has been a challenging year when it comes to traveling safely. To accommodate the current times we’re in, Adventures by Disney has announced a new offering for 2021 – Private Adventures.[Read more…]
Neil Armstrong’s famous lunar moonwalk quote could be fairly apt for today’s Central Florida tourism landscape—one small opening at Disney, one giant leap (of hope) for tourist-kind.[Read more…]
Frontier Airlines will begin requiring that its passengers wear a face covering over their nose and mouth, effective May 8, 2020.[Read more…]
In the latest episode of “Attractions Adventures,” join Matt and Jackie in Las Vegas!
Virgin Voyages, Virgin’s new cruise line, is now open for business and ready to book for its inaugural season in 2020.