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Popular Disney World Restaurant NOW OPEN After 4 Year Closure!

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It seems hard to believe, but it has been just over four years since Walt Disney World Resort was forced to shut its gates because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Most Magical Place on Earth was empty for months, finally reopening in July 2020. But when Disney World finally did reopen, things were much different than they were pre-pandemic. There ...

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UPDATE: Disney Reveals Pricing for 1900 Park Fare’s Return

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Nearly four years ago, Walt Disney World Resort was forced to close its gates due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The resort was closed for four months — something that never happened before. When the parks finally reopened, the Disney experience was only a shell of what it once was. Guests were required to wear face coverings at all times, could ...

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“Disappointing” Hodgepodge List of Characters Set for Disney Restaurant Reopening

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We waited a LONG time… four years actually… for the reopening of 1900 Park Fare at Disney’s Grand Floridan Resort. Now, a little over a month before its reopening, Disney fans aren’t holding back on their early disappointment in the hodgepodge list of characters. Shuttered since the COVID-19 Walt Disney World Resort closures, we were thrilled to hear 1900 Park ...

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Beloved Disney World Dining Location Finally Reopening After Nearly Four Years!

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The world, specifically Walt Disney World, is still returning to normal following closures from the shutdown caused by COVID-19 a few years ago. As rides, shows, and now popular dining offerings return to “The Most Magical Place on Earth,” fans are excited to learn that one extremely popular experience is returning in just two short months. Namely, the Grand Floridian’s ...

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Beloved Disney World Restaurant Reopening After 4 Year Closure!

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In March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic was sweeping across the world, and millions of people were forced to stay in their homes. Businesses were forced to shut their doors, including Disney theme parks. Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida was only closed for about four months. Disneyland Resort, in Anaheim, California, on the other hand, was closed for more ...

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