Why are Disney’s Hawaiian resort and park in Hawaii in such poor shape?

The resort and Disney World are two of the world’s top tourist destinations and are home to some of the most iconic attractions in the world, but it is unclear whether or not their maintenance and upkeep has been the same since the 1960s.

The Hawaiian resort is in dire need of a major upgrade, according to Disney World, and is now facing an ongoing battle to keep its main attraction, the Lion King Castle.

Disney’s Lion King Resort and Garden at Disney Springs, which opened in 2013, has been in a dire state ever since the park was first opened in 1962.

The resort was the second largest in the US at the time, and has been plagued with maintenance issues.

The park’s latest issue comes as the resort and other properties are facing a looming shutdown in March.

The closure of the park means the resort is shuttered for the foreseeable future.

The island of Oahu is in the middle of an ongoing shutdown, and the park’s maintenance has been a major focus of the island’s troubles.

“It’s just not an ideal situation, it’s just one of those that has been going on for a long time,” said Larry Bowers, chief operating officer of the Hawaii Landscape Conservation Commission, a group that advocates for the environment.

The city of Oehau, which covers the Oahu island, is also looking at shutting down the resort in March for good.

“We’re doing everything we can to keep it operating,” said Mayor Mark Matson.

“There are other options to keep Oahu alive that we don’t think are feasible.

But we’re working to get Oahu up and running again.”