Fabulous news! October is busy (usually), but such a fun time in the parks!Ok, got some happy news to report. Some of you may be able to see I have updated my California Countdown in my signature.
Long story short, I have rescheduled my trip to October 2020. Its amazing how much has changed in a few weeks. Originally when Covid 19 got serious my travel insurance put in a Covid 19 medical insurance exclusion clause, which meant that I would not be covered for any medical treatment relating to Covid 19 in USA.
Well this week I got an auto renewal notification for my annual travel insurance and when I checked the policy document, they have changed it and they now WILL cover emergency medical treatment for Covid 19 in USA.
I managed to change the dates on my flights without any extra charge and I did the same with the hotels.
So now I'm off to the October check in thread.
I really hope all the June people get their trips, I am still staying hopeful for you all that Disneyland will reopen in June.
I think I put the countdown date for the day I arrive in LA, not for my Disney part of my trip, so this is my Disney plan
Don't forget to keep watching to see if DCA still does the OBB this year. You get about 8 hours of park time total with a party ticket, so many people use their morning/early afternoon as a non-park day, then hit the party for late afternoon until closing.I think I put the countdown date for the day I arrive in LA, not for my Disney part of my trip, so this is my Disney plan
Dessert Inn and Suites
Check In October 24
Check Out October 29
I haven't figured out park days yet, I usually do one park per day, no park hopping. I have a 4 possible park days, but I'm not sure if I will do 3 park days and 1 non park day or 4 park days. I'm going to wait until Disneyland reopens and see how prices, park hours and things like dining packages and restaurant availability are going to be like.