The first of Downtown Disney's two new multi-story parking garages will finally start being used in the next few days. In fact, Cast Members working at Downtown Disney will be able to park in the new parking structure (located on the West Side) beginning November 2, 2014. While Guests will still not be able to park there for the time being, the parking garage is expected to open to all Guests before the end of the year. As always, we will keep you updated.
Our newest Team Member, Alexander (not to be confused with Alex, who has been with us for years), has shared with us his very first photo-update, which covers the amazing Disney's Wilderness Lodge. As you know, the resort's Silver Creek Springs pool is currently closed for a major refurbishment, which is expected to be completed by the end of November 2014. Let us take a look around together, and let us know if you enjoyed the photos:
This month, the SeaWorld and Busch Gardens wildlife rescue teams passed a milestone, having rescued more than 1,000 wild animals this year alone, bringing the total number of animals they have helped over the years to 24,000. These are orphaned newborns, entangled whales, and sea lions that were injured. Among the 1,000 was one of the most unusual cases: a pregnant shark. Click here to learn more about this and other memorable moments.
Shout for joy, ladies and gentlemen! it looks like the Walt Disney World Resort will be making thousands of Guests and theme park fans very happy early next year as they get ready to remove the Sorcerer Mickey Hat, which has been hiding the beautiful Chinese Theater for almost 15 years at Disney's Hollywood Studios. In fact, News 13 reported earlier today that some sources confirmed that the view down Hollywood Boulevard will be restored early next year.
Good evening Orlando Theme Park News Readers! Our latest photo-update will give you a glimpse of the current status of the work being done around the central hub of the Magic Kingdom Park, which is being expanded to alleviate the crowding issues that are so prevalent in many of the Central Florida parks (especially during the holidays and other busier times of the year). Even though our updates are very frequent, there's always something new to see: