Updated: May 13, 2022
VINTAGE CONCIERGE EXPLORERS
Greetings Explorers, I’m excited to bring some of VCE’s own content from different vacation sites. Starting this month and for as long as traveling and exploring new things is an option, VCE will be sharing. What will we share? Well due to some location’s privacy or copyright policies, VCE will only share visual content and from the point of view of the owner. At no point will VCE offer a promotion, opinion, or policy on behalf of an entertainment or vacation provider. That is not our mission. VCE WILL share what capacity limits look like in person, cuisine, experiences, tips, tricks, and suggestions to help our explorers (clients) have the best experience possible. VCE wishes every client to have the most opportunities to create beautiful memories. If you do not follow VCEon Instagram, you should check it out. Instagram handle @vintageconciergeexplorers
MONTHLY TOPIC Speaking of new content, this month VCE will start releasing some of this fun. It is most important to tackle the similar concerns that most travelers face at this point in time. Many people desire travel yet are not certain they feel safe venturing. Although we cannot change much about international travel, there are many places here in the United States worth exploring. Historical houses, landmarks, and more. Beautiful seascapes, mountain hikes, and theme parks. Recently, VCE has been visiting locations to see what the health and safety protocols really look like. It is more than that. It’s more about what it feels like. We can read, hear an advertisement, or even watch numerous vloggers show us what the sites look like, but something about someone we know and trust giving us the insights feels safer. While VCE is simply another travel provider and digital content creator to some, others have come to trust VCE.
We have been and will continue to include destinations, theme parks, and interesting sites we’ve visited across our social media platforms as well as on our website. Of course, if you have any particular questions about a location, please contact us at email@example.com
Most recently we took a drive down from Virginia to Orlando, Florida to not only see the policies in place by these parks but to judge how safe we feel visiting, especially during a peak time of year. We visited Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom on April 4th, Easter Sunday, then spent the 5th at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. We also spent quite a bit of time at Universal’s City Walk which lies between Universal’s two main parks.
We chose to stay at the Cabana Bay Beach Resort within Universal’s property. We felt the massive crowds at both parks and learned how each has its slight variations to very similar policies. Although at times it is very difficult to maintain the 6-feet/2-meter rule, most of the time it was quite easy. VCE made several notes regarding Covid practices, how we felt, as well as how COVID has impacted park add-ons like dining plans, photo passes, and skip the line passes. This month we will look into the basics first, policies and how we felt, then visit more topics over the next few months. All-in-all we felt safe and have already booked parts of our holiday adventure for our family.
THIS MONTH’S RECOMMENDATIONS ...for planning a Walt Disney World vacation. DFB Guide / Disney Food Blog!!! Goodness, I cannot say how much I really appreciate this blog and vlogging channel. However, you wish to ingest your information DGB has you covered. Visit their blog to read or print one of their numerous tips, tricks, and checklists. You may prefer, as I do, I have YouTube running while you work...just me? :D Their videos are fun, engaging, very informative in verbal detail but also share some great visual references. They also provide links to their written content within the description of their vlog. I cannot recommend them enough!!
If you are dreaming about international travel, I understand, please make sure you check in with VCE because many international sites remain unavailable. HOWEVER, there are some options to consider:
1) make a plan for 2022 via Adventures by Disney, CIE Tours, Beaches, Sandles, and Hawaii.
2) Traveling to a different state seem to miss that wow factor, but if you live in the upper 50 of the US then popping down Florida or Georgia for some sun in the palm trees will be quite an adventure. Similarly, those of you warm-weather natives could visit Washington D.C. for some fun and history. Perhaps you venture to the Pacific Northwest for the mountains, beautiful oceans, and lots of choices when it comes to inside sites and outdoors exploring.
3) Theme parks are fun and maybe you decide that a holiday trip or a Spring break jaunt is right for you. These sites are made to make you feel like you are in another world. How could we not feel this way while walking through Diagon Alley or Hogsmeade in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure?
Cheers explorers and happy travels!
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