Adam Roth’s 11/4/11 WDW Photo Report
WDWNT Reporter Adam Roth visited Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Downtown Disney West Side on Friday and has a number of newsworthy photos to share with us, so let’s take a look:
We start at Epcot and the Festival Center
It’s Wonders-Ful! ZING!
She was there that day
I don’t think I’ve ever seen Disney wine boxes…
Still love this shirt
How about some Test Track?
NEW CAR! AHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
Another “repainted” car hit the road about a month ago
New Test Track shirt
Let’s go again!
JUST LIKE THE SHIRT SAID! WOW!
“Bill, the next group’s ready”
New car again
With this next part, you can print out the pictures and make a flip book! Thanks Adam!
“And at last I see the light!”
“Wait, I need to use the phone!”
Mandatory cranberry bog pictures
Food and Wine Festival rolls on
The former Yakitori House should return soon in Japan
Tarps still up on the Canada pavilion
What booth could possibly need automated ordering?
It looks like the main sign was replaced
40th anniversary merchandise still around
“it’s a small world” merchandise
Moving over to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Osborne Lights look ready to go!
Is that an Aulani ad or something?
Someone really likes Pirates…
Billboard up for the Muppets
One set of signs still up for Narnia
Mulch, Sweat, and Shears are ready for the holidays
More 40th merchandise
Any pins featuring theme park items are moving over to a new backer card
This process began over a year ago
Still some are missing it…
The Christmas tree is up outside of Hollywood Studios
Weren’t you cancelled?
Moving back to Epcot, Raytheon is celebrating Math and Science inside Innoventions
Work continues on Habit Heroes
Night Ranger performing at Eat to the Beat
Time for dessert!
On the way out, Adam noticed some people in the Spaceship Earth Base 21 lounge
Moving to Downtown Disney, the billboards on the west side have been changed
Splitsville is coming
Magic Masters is gone and Something Silver has moved in
Work continues to remodel the Sunglass Icon by Sunglass Hut
Blink by Wet Seal on the way to West Side