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3 things Disney World got wrong in this month's reopening
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I've been to all four of Walt Disney's Florida theme parks since its resort reopened two weeks ago. There's a lot to like about how the media giant has handled the challenging if not controversial process of getting back to business. But there is still plenty that Disney didn't get right.
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Let's go over some of the things that Disney World could've done a better job of nailing after closing its parks for nearly four months due to the COVID-19 crisis. I'll be back later in the week to single out a few things that Disney is getting right.
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1. Construction during the downtime
A silver lining in having Disney World's gated attractions shuttered for 117 days is that it could've taken this operating lull to speed up the development of upcoming attractions as well as work the kinks out of its buggiest new rides. None of this happened. The next Disney World ride slated to open, Remy's Ratatouille Adventure at Epcot, is highly unlikely to make the summertime debut that was promoted as recently as seven months ago.