Ticketing and reservations
Walt Disney World: Guests staying on site are given a wristband called a , which holds hotel reservations, park tickets, FastPass+ entitlements, and dining reservations; it even acts as the hotel key.
Walt Disney World: From any of the on-site hotels, you can take complimentary resort buses to the parks. In addition, guests have access to the monorail, boats, and ferries to get to the parks, depending on the hotel. The same can be said for going from park to park or to , though it may require some transfers.
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Politics. As some of you know, I once worked on Capitol Hill, first as an aide to a Democratic senator and then for a Republican congressman. After that I worked for many years for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the biggest business lobbying organization. Mercifully, my work there had almost no ideological component. Mostly I traveled all over the country (I missed Idaho, somehow) interviewing business people for features in the Chamber's monthy magazine. That was a fun job. The travel could be grueling (you really don't want to drive a few hours each way to spend some time in La Junta, Colorado), but the business people were mostly great, warm and enthusiastic and eager to tell me about their companies. I spent time with some recognizable names, like Sam Walton and Dick Clark, but, saints be praised, I never crossed paths with Donald Trump. I've been tempted occasionally to vent on this page about the unfolding disaster in Washington, but there are lots of other places you can read about that. Let me recommend , which several times a week offers a "Trump Dump" with links to some of the best political commentary, alongside Mark's posts about the saner worlds of comics and show business.