In part 1 of this week’s trip report vlog David takes us to EPCOT where we get a complete look at all the current construction projects going on there. We check out the Guardians of the Galaxy rollercoaster coming to Future World, the Disney Skyliner Gondola station at the International Gateway, and the Ratatouille attraction coming to the France pavilion in World Showcase. It is a busy time at EPCOT, but there is lots of exciting things on the horizon for this park!
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  1. I doubt the new coaster building will be too visible when it's complete. I remember Pandora was entirely too visible from the AK bus stop before it was finished.

  2. Wow France is ruined if thats how they plan on showcasing the Eiffel Tower. Iv been concerned ever since your first tour of the construction from the back of Epcot in an earlier video. Dave Are you going live at all this month? Thanks for the updates.

  3. Hiding the Ratatouille ride building should be easy – plant some more trees and/or theme that one side of the building in a 'Moroccan-ish' fashion (which, judging by the angles, should be out of sight or could easily be made to be out of sight from anyone in the new 'back part' of the France pavilion.

  4. No offense your intro in anyway, but it would look much better if the Sorcerer's Hat was the icon of Disney's Hollywood Studios and not the Chinese Theater.

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