That's why it seemed plausible to me -- I'm sure it's a reduction in maintenance costs, and the trees were probably also causing damage to the rock facade. But it's just another example of prioritizing cost cutting over quality, because there is no way the fake trees are going to look as good as real ones.I believe so. For various reasons.
Correction, Tim Horton's and Burger King are owned by the same investment firm, 3G Capital, which is based in Brazil.Tim Hortons is owned by Burger King, which is headquartered in Florida.
Canadians are growing less fond of the chain by the year - I've only heard it positively mentioned as a stereotypical joke lately.
For once I see this as a plus. Consistent show.That's why it seemed plausible to me -- I'm sure it's a reduction in maintenance costs, and the trees were probably also causing damage to the rock facade. But it's just another example of prioritizing cost cutting over quality, because there is no way the fake trees are going to look as good as real ones.
I actually wouldn't be surprised if it was more or less unnoticeable, considering people aren't going to be right next to the trees. It's mostly that I'm just never in favor of removing real plants for fakes one if it can be at all avoided.For once I see this as a plus. Consistent show.
The trees were indeed doing damage. As was the life expired irrigation system. And access to prune the foliage was getting harder and harder since H&S rules have changed a lot since 1982.
Assuming they do look good enough then I think this could be a good decision.
This?So I know it’s just concept art but i was looking at the overall epcot image and there looks to be a new structure in Canada inbetwwen imagination and the current pavilion? I’m on limited wifi right now so I can’t post a photo till tomorrow. Is this something new? The DVC cabin kiosk? Or just art?
To me that looks like the event space used for millennium celebration (forgot its name)
It has the same shape.
This one is used for private events which make Disney quite a large amount of money on a weekly basis. It’s rarely open to the general public
I think we are looking at different things. I saw that too and noted it. That is definitely a "new" structure. (Meaning not something part of previous concept art, 80s or otherwise, and not tied to a current attraction or restaurant. The WorldShowplace is in the plot next to it, running back toward UK. It's in a forested area. While the shape is somewhat similar, I doubt it's the same (noting the risk of artistic liberty, of course!). But, it also looks relatively small. So, I have to wonder if it's a restaurant.Dang
dang! Good investigating tho! Thank you