We are wondering the same thing. We will be there after Thanksgiving and looking forward to riding the skyliner.Hi all, does anyone have any experience of how the Skyliner opening has affected the World Showcase entrance to Epcot? Do people coming from the Skyliner now share the small entrance that Crescent Lake guests use? If so, how are the crowds?
Please keep us posted if you can. I’ve been playing Taps for the IG ever since they announced the gondolas, and that was before I booked BC. Been really anxious to see how it affects rope drop in particular.We have walked into Epcot a couple times and the additional bag checks have been able to keep up with the increased traffic, no wait at all with no bags and no issues at the tapstyles. The real test will be tonight when we go in for our Illuminations dinner.
One of our favorite studios [and balcony]! Hope we can snag this room again when we get there in 3 weeks! Enjoy your stay!
We left just before 1pm I think to hang at the pool. We are now seated at Rose and Crown for the fireworks dinner package. The staff is incredible, especially having to deal with that downpour changing their seating strategy. I am so glad I booked this package, it is crazy out there! Also, very glad we moved from the Poly to BCV, walking back will be so much better than any form of transportation.They have been staking out prime spots since mid-afternoon.
The easiest way to get the pictures to be vertical is to take them with your cellphone in the landscape position.Sorry, I have no idea how to get these pictures to be vertical, wasn’t sure if anyone had posted the October Activities yet.
We finished up all of DHS including drinks at Oga’s then rode the Skyliner back to Epcot to walk to BCV. It took us 17min total from boarding at DHS to disembarking at Epcot, we really enjoyed it.
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