Additional update on closures and reduced hours at WDW from LaughingPlace.com and WDWMagic.com: Based on information from the National Weather Service and emergency preparedness officials, Walt Disney World theme parks and water parks have adjusted operating hours as follows: Magic Kingdom: 8am – 1pm Epcot: 8am – 1pm Disney-MGM Studios 8 am – 1 pm… Read More »Charley: Animal Kingdom Closure, and more
In case Walt Disney World gets blown off the map by Hurricane Charley today, here are some photos from 1972 to remember it by.
Deb Wills excellent AllEarsNet has the update on the park’s reaction to Charley. — All four theme parks will offer Extra Magic Hour to Resort Guests beginning at 8am on August 13. World Showcase at Epcot will open at 10am. Visit the parks early as that will be the best part of the day weather-wise.… Read More »Hurricane Charley WDW Update
Orlando Sentinel reports that Kellen Winslow, an NFL Hall of Famer whose son has just entered the NFL, has been appointed the new Director of Planning and Development for Walt Disney World’s Sports Operations. Winslow’s charge will be to expand on Disney’s current holdings in the sports and recreation division, which includes the Wide World… Read More »More Goofy Sports at WDW
Planning a trip to Walt Disney World but hesitating because you don’t know how you’ll get your The Disney Blog fix while you’re there? Have no worries. The world is ever expanding their internet access services. Services now include wifi at some pretty happening spots. For instance you can now surf the wireless web while… Read More »White Lines….
Checking out the top Disney Fan Websites, here are a few of the stories and updates that have been written in the last week: Doobie, from LaughingPlace.com, checks in with his periodic LP Report concerning news and rumors from Disneyland and Disney World. WDWMagic.com, has posted a half dozen excellent updates on the latest construction… Read More »Disney Roundup: III
Two items on the union front today. First, and I don’t have a link for this yet, is news that Disneyland’s Security Department, which operates under a separate union from the hourly cast members, is picketing the park for unfair labor and negotiation tactics. They’re… Read More »A Unionized Mouse
While the people at Disneyland Resort are worrying about what the effects to the bottom line are of having 600,000 Annual Passholders (that’s a story for another day), the management at Walt Disney World are busy making it a better deal to purchase one. The… Read More »WDW invites Florida Residents to visit