- Apr 9, 2006
Looking back at it, it was a godsend to be able to stay in ..... and have an extra week of school holidays.It is good to hear that there was some silver lining to the clouds and the downtime gave you time to heal.
They took excellent care of their guests and worked hard to get them all settled in in the first place. Funnily enough we said the same thing as you mentioned. If I were to live in the area I would ride out the storm in one of their hotels and stay safe.Good to know that Disney took care of their guests during the emergency. I agree that it would be a good place to weather the storm. I have often thought if I was a local I would check in there if a hurricane threatened, lol.
For me, having that lingering cold it was very good to have the time to stay in. And they take very good care of their guests. We got daily updates on what would be happening and never lost power, so were quite well entertained watching TV.Thanks for the update! It almost seems cozy to be at Disney during a hurricane. And well done with all your preparations, it sounds like you had everything you needed.
And knowing what to expect, we had stocked up on all essentials.
We felt very safe and knowing that it was okay with my work helped us a lot.Glad you were all safe! If there's any place I'd like to ride out a hurricane it would be Disney. Even sitting in the resort, eating, doing laundry and watching the Disney blue screen sounds really nice and relaxing!
The resort never lost power, so it was just like "a rainy (call it super rainy and stormy) day(s) where we just could not get out to the parks. Being sick it was a great excuse to just stay in bed and watch TV while snacking.