Central Florida is expected to see its worst Hurricane Ian on Wednesday evening. However, Walt Disney World Resort is doing its best to provide a positive experience to the trapped resort hotel guests.
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A guest (@canto030) staying at Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort shared a photo of Disney characters Goofy, Max, Chip and Dale watching animated Mickey Mouse shorts with kids in the lobby:
Return to Canada was delayed due to the hurricane. When I was relaxing at the hotel, Goofy, Max, and Chipdale showed up at the hotel! ! pleased! Everyone is watching cartoons in the lobby lol 🤣 [Translated from Japanese by Google]
– canto030 (@CanTo030) September 28, 2022
In the photo, Max puts his arm around a small guest while another Dale sits in his lap. This magical moment will make a difference for these little guys during a scary situation.
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Ian is expected to hit central Florida with tropical storm winds. Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, Orlando International Airport (MCO), and other Orlando attractions are closed Wednesday and Thursday. The Tampa area can experience floods and storms of between eight and ten feet.
“This is going to be a bad day and a bad day, two days,” Florida Governor Ron DeSantis told voters Wednesday. Approximately 2.5 million Florida residents are subject to mandatory or voluntary orders to evict.
Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Water Parks -Blizzard Beach, and Typhoon Lagoon will be closed Wednesday and Thursday. Disney Springs will be closed Wednesday, with a decision to be announced Thursday later.
Disney Winter Summerland Miniature Golf and Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf will also be closed Wednesday, September 28 and Thursday, September 29.
Walt Disney World Resort has been closed eight times due to hurricanes, most often in recent years. The Disney park closed in 2019 due to Hurricane Dorian and in 2017 due to Hurricane Irma.
Inside the magical wishes of the people of Florida and those affected by Hurricane Ian safety during this time.