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Off Day Disney World Genie+ Itinerary

By Dave Shute

(Note: this is from the Disney World Genie+ Itinerary.)


You have today off to sleep in, goof off, go elsewhere, do some resort dining.

As reservable table service dining returns to normal at Disney World, consider booking for today a late breakfast at Chef Mickey’s and/or dinner at Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue.

Neither of these is in a park, so no tickets or park reservations are needed–although dining reservations (available at the links) are more or less required, and can sell out very quickly after they open up 60 days before the dining date.

I expect that in later iterations of this itinerary, when character dining is more in its pre-COVID style, and/or when Tron has opened, that this day will become a Magic Kingdom day.


Tomorrow, you complete your visit to Magic Kingdom, with an early start.

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1 Johnica { 10.02.22 at 8:45 am }

We have tickets for December 12th -16th (4, myself my husband and two of our grandchildren) we will not be able to take the “rest” day on Thursday as we only have the four days. What do you recommend for us? As of now we are going to do Magic Kingdom that day as we have the parade tickets that day also. Should we adjust?

2 Dave { 10.02.22 at 4:48 pm }

Hi Johnica, how old are the grandchildren?

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