I can't imagine this being done by then, so they may have just been mistaken.When I called to make my reservation for my upcoming October trip I originally booked the GF. The cast member on the line said that I'll be able to walk from the GF to the MK. I took it as her not knowing what she was talking about, but now ....
No...it can also mean a temporary drain/diversion for many purposes. Water managementDewatering doesn't necessarily mean filling in the canal.
Doesn’t mean good things for the longterm viability of the monorails thoughFinally! This is gonna be great for when crowds are abysmal and the monorail ain't cutting it!
Running path...I’m happyThis is a big deal. I'd even walk to the Poly if I could.
It's also why we prefer Epcot resorts. This really would convince us to try a stay at Grand Floridian one time.I’ve always been all for this. It will properly link both Poly and Grand Flo to MK by foot.
With Disney monorails and busing becoming so cumbersome, a walkway is perfect and a major reason why we prefer the Epcot Resorts.
Just from eyeballing the map, I'd guess a walk from the MK to Poly would be close to 1.5 miles. Can't see myself wanting that personally, considering how pleasant of a ferry ride it is.This is a big deal. I'd even walk to the Poly if I could.
And to me, 1.5 miles is child's play!Just from eyeballing the map, I'd guess a walk from the MK to Poly would be close to 1.5 miles. Can't see myself wanting that personally, considering how pleasant of a ferry ride it is.
Also, does anyone think it's possible that this permit is referencing work done to the "pathway to nowhere" that is currently there between the monorail station extending in the direction of GF? I know they're doing lots of work over there. Might it be possible they're just making improvements to this area for other reasons, like the resort ferry launch?