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Disney Doodle: Alice Chats With Flowers at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Jennifer Fickley-Baker

by , Editorial Content Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

This week’s Disney Doodle focuses on Alice from the 1951 film “Alice In Wonderland” questions what Alice would do, should she have time to visit one of our Walt Disney World Resort Hotels.

In the film, the occupants of a lovely Wonderland flower garden mistake Alice for a flower herself. They also foreshadow that a flower similar to Alice, although red and with thorns on her head, has been this way, hinting that the villainous Red Queen may be ahead.

According to artist Ashley Taylor, it makes sense that Alice would want the scoop from some of the loveliest flowers on Walt Disney World property, those at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.

“The outside of the Polynesian Resort is so beautiful! I’ve always loved the tropical flowers that surround it,” she said. “It’s easy to imagine Alice spending time talking to those flowers.”