Theme park reviewer Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota recently discussed major fall discounts available at Disney properties.
Walt Disney World has had a difficult year. The coronavirus pandemic shuttered park doors for months and ticket sales aren’t anywhere where they used to be. Travel restrictions remain in place in many parts of the country, and a fear of contracting the COVID-19 virus is certainly still looming.
The reopening of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort has now been delayed for nearly a year. Although, theme park reviewer Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota recently explained that it’s not all bad news surrounding Walt Disney World, as visitors are going to see some major park and hotel discounts this fall.
Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota described that Walt Disney World hotels are trying to move hotel room inventory, and that means deep discounts for those who can visit during the slower fall months. This new room discount will be available to guests visiting from the states of West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, and Alabama.
“Guests who live in the described locations can enjoy up to 30 percent off of traditional room prices at certain Disney hotels,” Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota said. “Local Florida residents will receive an even deeper discount of 35 percent.”
Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota added that these impressive discounts will be available almost every night this fall from Sept. 4, 2020 through Christmas day. However, room discounts aren’t the only deals Disney is offering. Visitors can save big on packages, which include a stay at the hotel, tickets, transportation, and more. Those who wish to visit Disney World for multiple days can save up to $500 on a traditional four-day room and ticket package. This deal and other package deals will also be available through Dec. 25, 2020.
“These discounts have even been extended beyond Disney World for Florida residents,” Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota said. “This is excellent for Floridians who are seeking a more relaxing beach vacation this fall.”
Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota stated that Florida residents can enjoy 20 percent off certain rooms at Disney’s Vero Beach Resort. This deal will be available for visitors from Sept. 27, 2020 through Nov. 21, 2020 and Nov. 27, 2020 through Dec. 17, 2020. Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota added that a lot of Floridians have visited Disney World multiple times, but they may not have paid a visit to the Vero Beach Resort.
“Disney World is reaching out to Floridians and citizens of nearby states to welcome them back to the resort and the Vero Beach property,” Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota said. “The coronavirus pandemic has taken a major toll on the theme park industry, but this is one way visitors can benefit and start to feel more comfortable in a theme park setting again.”
Theme park reviewer Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota recently unveiled her list of the top five roller coasters in Florida.
Orlando, Fla., has long been known as the theme park capital of the world. There’s no denying some of the world’s most legendary parks and most hair-raising coasters are located in and around Orlando. Although, the adrenaline-pumping excitement of coasters extends beyond Orange County to other nearby cities and parks too. Roller coaster and theme park reviewer Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota recently unveiled her list of the top five roller coasters in the state of Florida.
“One of my all-time favorite coasters in the country and maybe even the world is located at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay,” Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota said. “The SheiKra is a floorless dive roller coaster that falls from 200 feet in the air at a 90-degree angle.”
Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota explained the SheiKra is one of the most intense roller coasters in the world, due it’s incredible drops, 70 mph speed, and a final refreshing splash down.
Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota added that another coaster on her top-five list, definitely in the first or second position, is the Hulk coaster at Islands of Adventure. This roller coaster is as incredible as the Hulk himself with the same G force as a jet experiences during take-off. Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota explained that riders are skyrocketed into the air, reaching 67 mph and 150 feet in just two seconds.
“I always like to include a classic in my list of top coasters, and that classic coaster in Florida is Space Mountain,” Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota said.
Jessica Brambilla explained that Space Mountain is one of the most iconic coasters at Magic Kingdom in Disney World. The unique outer space theme in an indoor setting is one Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota says never gets old.
“You may not think of SeaWorld as a major coaster destination,” Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota said. “But the Kraken will completely change your mind.”
Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota explained that the Kraken coaster at SeaWorld Orlando drops nearly 15 stories at 65 mph. She warns that this is an extreme coaster with open-sided, floorless seats that make the ride even more thrilling.
Finally, Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota completed her list with the famed Rock ‘n Roller Coaster at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The Aerosmith-themed coaster speeds passengers past major Hollywood landmarks in a glistening limousine. The high-speed take off, followed by three inversions, a corkscrew, and two loops.
“The Rock ‘n Roller Coaster is just plain fun,” Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota finished. “The music is loud, the take-off is thrilling, and you’ll want to get right back in line and do it again.
Theme park reviewer Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota discusses faltering theme park revenue due to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.
Theme park revenue has plummeted due to the coronavirus pandemic, and experts are wondering if and when the industry will be revived. Theme park reviewer Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota recently cited an article published by the Orlando Sentinel stating that Universal Orlando’s revenue dropped 94 percent in the second quarter of 2020. Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota recently discussed the faltering revenue amidst the shutdowns and what the industry is doing to stay afloat during difficult financial times.
“Many people are criticizing theme parks for reopening during the pandemic,” Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota said. “But executives are noting that reopening with minimal revenue is superior to remaining closed.”
Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota stated that Universal’s theme parks in Japan and Orlando opened in early June, toward the tail end of the year’s second quarter. They noted that this was in fact a superior financial option to remaining closed for the remainder of the quarter or even the remainder of the busy summer season. Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota added that the operational challenges associated with theme parks have been enormous during this pandemic. Parks continue to have minimal crowds because of Universal’s new, more restrictive safety guidelines, and not everyone feels comfortable venturing to theme parks quite yet.
“Fortunately, parks are receiving rave reviews from customers following the reopening,” Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota said. “In fact, positive feedback from visitors is coming in at record levels.”
Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota explained that these positive reviews are a good sign for an industry that is expected to have a difficult time bouncing back. Universal has already paused work on the new Epic Universe park, which is expected to be one of the major theme park expansions of the decade. Universal executives state the opening of Epic Universe will be pushed back at least one year.
“We’ve been hit really hard in the theme park industry, but we remain positive” Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota said. “This is a resilient industry, and with major park expansions coming in the next few years, we can expect the industry to return to normal or even higher revenue levels.”
Industry experts, like Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota, remain confident that the industry will navigate the pandemic and come back even stronger when the COVID-19 pandemic is a distant memory. Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota added that Universal Orlando reopened on June 5, 2020, while Walt Disney World opened roughly one month later. Many parks around the country remain closed. Walt Disney Co., is expected to release its earnings since reopening in the coming days.
“We hope all parks will continue to operate with appropriate safety regulations to keep visitors safe and to continue receiving those positive reviews,” Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota said. “The sooner visitors feel safe returning to parks, the sooner the industry will get back on its feet.”
Theme park reviewer Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota discusses the delay on all work at the new Universal Studios Epic Universe park.
All construction at Universal Orlando’s Epic Universe park has recently been delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The new Epic Universe theme park was scheduled to open in October 2023, but Mayor of Orange County Jerry Demings recently stated that the construction would be set back at least one year. Theme park reviewer Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota recently commented on the delay.
“It comes as no surprise that the opening of Epic Universe will be delayed,” Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota said. “The theme park industry has taken a major hit from the coronavirus pandemic, and it’s going to take years for the industry to recover.”
Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota explained that theme park revenue took a 32-percent hit in the first quarter of 2020, and it’s expected to be worse in the second. However, Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota explained that Universal Orlando opened its doors to the public on June 5, 2020, which shows hope for improvement in the third and fourth quarters of this year.
Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota added that despite the setbacks experienced in the Epic Universe park, it is still set to be one of the most impressive park improvements in 2023. Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota explained that Universal Orlando is keeping a lot of the information about Epic Universe extremely private. However, she confirmed it is expected to contain the new Super Nintendo World. Super Nintendo World is expected to be the center of Epic Universe, as the park signed a deal with Nintendo several years ago. Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota added that Nintendo fans can start getting excited about a Mario Kart ride, a Yoshi attraction, and a Donkey Kong themed roller coaster.
Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota stated that another new land expected to come to the park is one based on the How to Train Your Dragon franchise. Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota added that these insider tips were leaked from permits taken out for the construction of the park. Additional potential attractions include a double-launch roller coaster, an indoor snow building, a water area with boat ride and more. Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota explained we can expect to see those that rival or even surpass some of the latest and greatest rides at Walt Disney World.
“As a member of the theme park industry, I’m looking forward to seeing a new addition to Orlando parks following this pandemic,” Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota said. “It will bring a new spark of hope, imagination, and ambition to our Florida parks, which are a major part of our state’s economy and livelihood.”
Theme park reviewer Jessica Brambilla discusses the new The Bourne Stuntacular attraction at Universal Orlando.
The Universal Orlando resort is always at the cutting-edge of theme park attractions. Right now, while most theme parks around the country remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, The Bourne Stuntacular is giving enthusiasts a peak at what this state-of-the-art attraction will entail. Theme park reviewer and ride expert Jessica Brambilla recently discussed this upcoming Universal Orlando show.
Jessica Brambilla described the Bourne Stuntacular attraction will be a complete stunt show. It will feature extreme stunts, incredible technology, unique effects, and storytelling. The virtual sneak peek was just released on June 29, 2020. Jessica Brambilla explained that the ride was developed by the Bourne series filmmakers, which is likely much of why it’s so impressive.
“Those who experience this attraction are going to feel like they’re living in a Jason Bourne film,” Jessica Brambilla said. “It’s obvious the technology is so advanced that visitors will have a difficult time telling the difference between reality and the attraction itself.”
Jessica Brambilla provided some details that have been unveiled. The show will feature a 3,640-square-foot LED screen in front of the audience. The intricate maneuvers will be performed by actual stuntmen who spent eight months rehearsing for the live-action. Jessica Brambilla added that a free fall from 22 feet in the air is one of the remarkable stunts viewers can expect to see.
“Fans of the Bourne films, or any action films, will be in heaven,” Jessica Brambilla said. “The moment they enter, they’re in a museum of Bourne props, images, and even a motorcycle used in the Bourne Ultimatum. The show itself is like viewing the ultimate Bourne film in the ultimate theater.”
Jessica Brambilla explained that the show will not go on without proper protections against Covid-19. The theater and all surfaces will be thoroughly disinfected between every viewing. All viewers will be required to wear masks and spaces will be left between parties.
“This is the start of reopening theme parks around the globe, and Universal Orlando knows they need to protect their guests and make them feel safe,” Jessica Brambilla said. “We’re all eager to get back to summers at our favorite theme parks, so we’ll have to wear masks, bring sanitizer, and do what we can to stay safe, so we can enjoy attractions like the Bourne Stuntacular.”
Jessica Brambilla finished by stating the Bourne Stuntacular is expected to be one of the best new shows to hit theme parks this year.
Theme park reviewer Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota discusses the best ways to save money while dining at theme parks.
Theme parks are notorious for inflated prices, especially on consumables. Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota is a theme park reviewer and connoisseur of all things theme park related. She has visited dozens of theme parks and sampled a variety of foods at everyone. Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota explains the food at theme parks is almost always more expensive than what you’re used to, but there are a number of steps visitors can take to save money while dining and drinking at parks.
“Sticker shock is a real thing when it comes to ordering food and drinks at theme parks, especially when you’re traveling with your entire family,” Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota says. “However, throughout my years of trial of error, I’ve discovered several ways I can save big and still eat well while exploring parks.”
Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota explains an easy way to save is eat your main meal of the day at lunch time. Prices for the exact same items and portion sizes tend to be lower during lunch hours. Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota suggests trying the restaurant you’ve been longing to try at lunchtime and choose a smaller snack or quick-serve restaurant at dinner.
“It’s essential never to forget your snacks,” Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota says. “Snacks at theme parks are priced drastically higher than what you’ll pay just outside of the park.”
Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota explains she always brings trail mix, granola bars, juice boxes, and other items for kids and adults to enjoy throughout the day. She suggests bringing these snacks out whenever the kids start fussing over having an ice cream, popcorn, or traditional theme park treat. Jessica Brambilla describes that theme parks often offer tasty restaurants, but the snack bars are not typically the most memorable treats.
“Similar to bringing snacks, you should always have a reusable water bottle or two in your bag,” Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota explains. “Parks know you’re going to be hot and thirsty, so nearly all of them inflate the price of water. Bring your own bottle and refill it at water fountains across the park.”
Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota added that theme parks often have higher prices, but many of them tend to offer extremely large serving sizes too. This is another place where you can save. Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota explains that many meals can be split, especially when traveling with kids. She adds that a lot of food goes to waste whenever every person in her family orders a separate meal. She suggests sharing as an ideal way to save money and prevent waste.
Theme park reviewer Jessica Brambilla discusses changes in theme park operations for the remainder of 2020, and beyond.
The year 2020, has been a year of uncertainty for many industries. One of the industries drastically affected by the Coronavirus pandemic is that of outdoor theme parks. Jessica Brambilla is a theme park reviewer, and she has recently discussed COVID-19 changes that are expected to be made in the theme park industry this year.
“All forms of entertainment will have to adapt to new ways of operation,” Jessica Brambilla said. “The theme park industry is no different. In fact, theme parks will likely face a lot of challenges with upcoming reopening schedules.”
Jessica Brambilla explained that theme parks will likely reopen with limited capacity in hopes of supporting social distancing. However, Jessica Brambilla explains that social distancing isn’t something that has ever been practiced at theme parks, so visitors will have to do their part to comply. Parks will have to implement new health and safety measures, including temperature screenings, sanitation stations and possibly required mask-wearing.
“We’re already seeing these processes be put into place as Disney parks open in China,” Jessica Brambilla said. “Visitors at the Shanghai Disney Resort are wearing masks, undergoing temperature checks and remaining a healthy distance apart.”
Jessica Brambilla also explained that we can expect less person-to-person interaction and more tech-based transactions. She described that processes were already heading toward ticket-less and cash-less transactions, and now they’re being implemented early. It’s expected that visitors will be required to use online and phone-based payment methods.
“We’ll probably be seeing a major change in the way queues work,” Jessica Brambilla said. “Virtual queues could prevent the clustering that used to occur in nearly every theme park line.”
Jessica Brambilla described that while virtual queues may sound logistically impossible, they’ve already been used for the Rise of the Resistance attractions at Disneyland and more. She explained that Disney and other parks are expected to roll out more virtual queues for openings in 2020, and the upcoming years. Jessica Brambilla added that these virtual queues will also benefit guests, allowing them to spend less time waiting in long lines.
“We can all expect rides that have been sanitized much more frequently than ever before, and employees that are dressed in far more protective clothing,” Jessica Brambilla said. “Many of the changes we see will be very positive for visitors.”
Jessica Brambilla explained there’s no doubt the theme park industry as we know it will be changing. She stated that we’ll be seeing less parades, theatrical productions and fireworks for now. However, she and other theme park experts remain optimistic that the industry will begin to thrive again in the coming months and years.
Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota Applies Knowledge from Entrepreneur Kevin David’s Online Advice
People from around the United States are searching for ways to stop working traditional jobs. Kevin David, an Amazon seller, and entrepreneur has posted videos and courses to offer solutions. Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota has recently taken this advice to be able to work from home.
Jessica Brambilla, a blogger, is used to working on the computer. She is knowledgeable about blogging and particularly likes to focus on providing reviews on roller coasters around Florida and the rest of the United States. She has provided countless tips to families on how to plan budget-friendly trips to Florida and how to make the most of a theme park visit.
What Jessica Brambilla wanted was what so many other Americans want – a way to earn money from home. For her, she wanted it to be a primary source of income. She knew that there were options but didn’t know where to start.
After watching one of Kevin David’s videos where he shared some of the ways to make a living from home, she decided to take his advice. Jessica Brambilla applied the GIN mentality that David speaks of so often – Google It Now. She Googled some of the different ideas that he had shared in order to decide which route was best for her.
She decided on using Amazon to sell products. It was something she was familiar with, and Kevin David seemed to be the expert in this field. With Amazon being such a major online retailer, particularly during the pandemic, many people have turned to this as a work-from-home option.
Jessica Brambilla is dealing with the effects of the downturned economy, much like so many other people. She felt it was only natural when she found the video where Kevin David challenged himself to turn nothing into $10,000. The “Make Money Online” challenge was something she felt she could do. And with over 60,000 views to the video, she knew she wasn’t alone. The Amazon seller and entrepreneur has over one million followers, so she felt that she could follow his advice in order to pave her own path toward earning money online.
The information was straightforward. She would learn how to be an Amazon seller. While many people have chosen to become a seller on Amazon, many fall into mistakes that don’t allow them to make as much money as they could. David, however, has a reputation for being an Amazon FBA Ninja. The course that he offers provides a successful business model that can be followed.
The breakdown of the course was simple, and Jessica Brambilla found that each module had its own benefits. She particularly enjoyed the aspect of Facebook targeting and Instagram influence marketing because of her background with social media. She was able to understand why it could be beneficial. The course also touched on some other important aspects of being successful, including the importance of launching a product with giveaways and the need to get quality reviews.
There have been a number of positive reviews regarding Amazon FBA and, more specifically, the online course provided by Kevin David. It was easy to follow, provided lots of tips, and gave advice on how to be successful. Anyone can choose to sell using FBA, and many of the common questions that people ask are answered throughout the course.
While some people only make a small amount of income, others are churning out full-time incomes that can even become six-digits. While Jessica Brambilla isn’t there yet, she has hope. “This is something I can do,” she comments, identifying that working from home has been her goal all along.
Working from home on Amazon is something that she can do while continuing her passion of blogging. Additionally, it frees up time so that she can explore more of the theme parks and increase her travel budget to visit roller coasters across the United States.
In addition to selling on Amazon, Kevin David is also a huge proponent of other work-at-home jobs. This includes completing surveys, retail audits, Google Opinion Rewards, research work, content writing, and much more.
Particularly due to the pandemic, work-from-home jobs are more sought after because it is a safe way to earn an income. With so much of the country still closed, certain jobs are no longer available. Bartenders, theme park attendants, hairstylists, and more are out of work until the economy opens back up. According to CNBC, it is estimated that at least 40 percent of Americans continue to work from home even after everything opens back up – either through their current employer or through the various opportunities as discussed by Kevin David.
Roller Coaster Reviews and More are Expected as Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota Talks about Fun in Florida
The Tampa Bay area consists of a large segment of the west coast of Florida, ranging from Sarasota to Tampa. Additionally, it includes Saint Petersburg. Local, Jessica Brambilla, has lived in the area nearly her entire life. As such, she has a lot to share about the family fun to be had in Tampa Bay.
Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota helps families to explore some of the attractions found throughout Sarasota. This includes not only the beaches and shopping but also some of the special events. For example, Jessica Brambilla is the first one to suggest the Medieval Fair that is held at the Ringling Grounds in November on an annual basis.
Some of the beaches in Sarasota are seen as the best in the world. Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota is quick to share various tips about going to the beaches, including some of the top restaurants up and down the coast. This ensures that families enjoy fun in the sun while also being able to enjoy some of the fresh food offered along the West Coast of Florida.
Additionally, as a thrill-seeker, Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota talks about the many roller coasters found in Florida. This includes what’s found at Busch Gardens as well as what’s a short drive away. Jessica Brambilla boasts that Orlando is less than a 90-minute drive down I-4. This provides families with access to some of the other roller coasters and amusement park rides. Jessica Brambilla reminds families that Disney, Universal, and Sea World are all found in Orlando.
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As for Busch Gardens itself, Jessica Brambilla explains that there are plenty of family-friendly options within the park. Cheetah Hunt, SheiKra, and Montu are some of the top-rated roller coasters in the country, and they’re all found conveniently in Busch Gardens Tampa Bay.
Within Busch Gardens, it’s not just about roller coasters, Jessica Brambilla talks about the train, reminding parents that there are a number of African animals to see. For kids who want a more hands-on adventure, there are also opportunities to feed giraffes, learn about the elephants from the local zookeepers, and even visit the on-site animal hospital to see which animals are being nurtured back to good health.
Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota has been going to theme parks for as long as she can remember. She’s grown up going on roller coasters and has gotten more adventurous as she’s gotten older. She has reviews for the standing, inverted, wooden, and steel coasters of Florida. It ensures that families can rely on her insider information to determine how they want to spend their time when visiting the Tampa Bay area.
Visiting theme parks has become a lifelong passion for Jessica Brambilla and is something that she has many experiences with over the years. As a result, she has learned a large number of money-saving tricks and tips that have helped her stay financially secure.
The Best Tips as Defined by Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota
Jessica Brambilla is a blogger who has spent much of her career traveling to the world’s best theme parks and riding the most fun roller coasters. In her way, she is one of the most prominent experts on theme parks. As a result, her tips cover a broad range of topics and provide a useful guide for those who want to visit theme parks but who don’t think that they can afford it.
First of all, Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota suggests going during the off-season for parks in their region. This step is much easier, she says, if you go to areas with warmer weather. For example, visiting Disneyland or Disney World during the fall is often a great idea because the weather will be warm, but the attendance and ticket prices are lower.
Jessica Brambilla also suggests attending theme parks during the early or late summer months. People often haven’t planned their trips to parks, yet, and you can get inexpensive tickets at discount prices. Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota has used this technique many times to fuel her blogging and has found that it saves her a surprisingly large amount of money when done correctly.
She also suggests that you bring snacks and water with you to the park, rather than getting food or drinks in the park. Though Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota can recommend many great restaurants in a large number of theme parks, she also knows that these destinations aren’t always inexpensive. Therefore, she has often taken a bag filled with easy-to-eat snacks and bottles of water to many theme parks. Water is particularly critical because it can help to keep you focused and beat hunger pangs as you explore the park.
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Beyond these steps, Jessica Brambilla also suggests downloading any apps related to amusement parks that you may want to visit. These apps often offer coupons, discounts, and much more to those who join up with their loyalty programs. These deals are usually unique to people who use the app, which is why Jessica Brambilla has a phone packed with a large number of these individual applications.
Lastly, she suggests buying in advance and not staying in the park’s lodging area. These spots are often quite luxurious and beautiful but, Jessica Brambilla of Sarasota says, putting up a tent or a small camper in a nearby park can be just as fun and much less expensive. And when you book in advance, you almost always save yourself money because parks love knowing the number of people attending each day.