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Rumor Brazil (and maybe others) Pavilion Coming to Epcot [not about Brazilian people nor a country wish list]

Sirwalterraleigh

Well-Known Member
Ours is not to reason why.
Its still something new to do and see, and in this particular case, it isn't replacing something existing. Could it be better? Sure. But its better than nothing at all.
Is it though?

This kinda brings us back full circle on the oft suggested, but ultimately busted “new country” theories.

If we are lukewarm...then I’m 100% certain that the data mine knows that.
They wouldn’t build this for tour groups. There’s no guarantee of their longevity to support this type of overhead commitment. And it’s a tad more than getting a sponsor. This management will build...but only when they feel the capex is 99% compelling to do so. They have been right for the most part (tbd on the big dog)...so I wonder what the outlook is way above WDI’s paygrade?

Hint and innuendo is a valuable thing anyway...look at how much we have looked at Epcot these last 2 years? It’s got more buzz that it should and that is a Disney serving goal as well. They are hawking moderate timeshares at $200 a point with a hot box on a wire connected.
 

MisterPenguin

Rumormonger
Premium Member
Original Poster
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This thread isn't about what national pavilions we want.

Nor is it about questioning the rumor unless one has solid information that the rumor is false.
 
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Sirwalterraleigh

Well-Known Member
How is sirwalter expected to keep posting with this unrealistic rule?
...well...it won’t be fun for sure 😉

And of all the tangents to call out (again...discussion boards and some threads predate the Invention of the microchip)...this is the one?!?!

Besides, Marty would miss me too much and I have a drink bet with him 🍹
 

Lensman

Premium Member
I'm sort of in this boat. I basically have zero interest in a Brazil pavilion if its just shops and a restaurant. It's weird because I'm happy to go to the others without major attractions. I guess I'm not really sure what I'd want from South America culture/food/goods wise. I fear they spend a bunch of money building it and it turns into Canada which always seems to be empty. Even the shops of Morocco struggle to get people to wander through them. I'm also much less enticed to walk into a space that has a giant Jesus hovering over it. My heathenish presence might instantly invoke the rapture!
Maybe it'll be Mardi Gras Carnaval all year 'round at the Brazil pavilion?

Edited: To correct dumber
 
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Pinkpearl

Member
Maybe it'll be Mardi Gras all year 'round at the Brazil pavilion?
I think you mean Carnaval but I get you.

Also, I don't think the Christo is a big deal. It's just people being picky about monuments that are national treasure. It is one of the seven new wonders of the world as well. Nothing to do with "heathanism" unless someone brings it up.

Besides, from what I heard, they may not even include it (saddening really) and may just put up Pão de Acucar (sugarloaf mountain). Another big tourist spot.
 

aladdin2007

Well-Known Member
I think you mean Carnaval but I get you.

Also, I don't think the Christo is a big deal. It's just people being picky about monuments that are national treasure. It is one of the seven new wonders of the world as well. Nothing to do with "heathanism" unless someone brings it up.

Besides, from what I heard, they may not even include it (saddening really) and may just put up Pão de Acucar (sugarloaf mountain). Another big tourist spot.
well Disney loves to build rock work so...more than likely probably, just seems a shame without an attraction of some kind.
 

Pinkpearl

Member
You will like the food. And the Caipirinhas!
Oooh yeah! Brazilian cuisine is amazing!!

Caiparinhas
Feijoada
Coxinhas
Brigadeiro (no one alive can resist brigadeiro unless you're allergic to chocolate)
Brigadeiro cake!
Guaraná (gotta be guaraná Antarctica. It is the only good one)
THE NESTLÉ AND LACTA CHOCOLATES (my favorite).
 
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