As families return home from their Disney World vacations many will be posting pictures of their stay on a variety of photo hosting sites. Here's a family that stayed at Wilderness Lodge. Lots of landscape damage, and a great example of how fast Disney works to get things cleaned up. Photos of Celebration and from
Here's another well written blog by someone in Celebration, FL (do you have to pass a written test to live there?). Erica posts about her experience as Charley passed over head. Some pictures in their photo gallery too.
or the bean counters? In the last fifteen years or so, there's been a big shift in how the parks handle retailing. I don't know if this was because they put the former head of the Disney Store in charge of the parks, or they put him in charge because they wanted to increase retailing,
One of the many things that Disney does right is the Disney Magic Music Days program. The program is a chance for children to perform at a Disney themepark, get a discount on admission and sometimes lodging, and learn a little about what it means to be a paid performer. Disneyland and Disney World participate.
Usually it is the people who exist at the lower end of the ecomonic spectrum. Yes, High winds don't discriminate against homes based on how much their owners make, but the better off you are the faster you can rebound. On the otherhand if you live in a mobile home with 5 other people and
Typhoon Lagoon remains closed. Unkown as to why. Many of the Golf Courses remain closed. Probably due to down trees and water hazards. Plus Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground remains closed due to debris cleanup taking a while. Also mentioned was that The Electrical Water Pageant on the Seven Seas Lagoon will not be