Ohhhh, stinky. Any guests near that will find out what pui pui meansFWIW, another site (MickeyBlog, if it's allowed) reported that they asked a CM about the construction walls by the Pineapple Lanai. The CM said the workers were replacing the grease traps for the restaurants, which are buried in that location.
I dream of the day they return said stream (emphasis on dream)...Banyan and strangler fig trees create a real problem... Best they got it out of there... Hopefully they will replace it with lots of non-invasive foliage and make it beautiful...and not turn it into an "event lawn" like they did with the bubbling springs and stream...
I'm liking everything I'm seeing from the Poly these days. I really don't mind the Moana stuff either. Also can we just appreciate the artwork these resorts are getting lately? Lovely stuff.
I winced when I heard that the tree was being removed but it actually looks awesome without it too. Might be nice to have a view from the Tambu Lounge now. Is the castle visible from those tables now?
Well, the tree is gone! #treegate
A friend of mine returned yesterday from WDW. Visited the Poly and , asking about the tree removal, was told that the outdoor patio was being extended around the corner after some plumbing work is completed. I am not buying it but he insists thats the plan.
I’m at the Poly now and noticed the pink paint.Before anyone freaks out about the Monorail Station at the Poly being painted pink. (As some unscrupulous clickbait sites have taken to) It's concrete bonding agent. Whatever decorative finishes/materials they are going to use they're going to need to adhere to the concrete. This stuff makes that work.
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