I'm there firs week of May and last week of June. Having this for both trips would be great but I'll take just the June one if it opens late May.
What if it had "Fromagerie" painted on it? Lol.I would be excited about the idea of having "pretend" service doors and things to cover up secrets if they were well integrated and themed accordingly.
My understand IASW wasn't inside/covered because of rain, but because of how the area is designed (it's ground level, versus rooftop). Also the design is different (flooded building vis trough in a warehouse). Remember these are the same people who didn't put a roof over the teacups.Tiki Room had/has the cover on the preshow, the Main Street Station has more cover than Disneyland, plus IASW and the FL dark ride queues were under cover from day 1.
I had a trip scheduled to start 3/30. With WDW closing 3/15-3/31, I rescheduled my trip to start 5/25. My first day is planned for Epcot. I'll be sure to get that FP for SSE before closure.Rat building is on the new park map for F&G.
SSE is closing May 26.
I'm hoping for soft opening days the week before...
Probably delay. My first initial thought was the construction workers could go work unimpeded by guests. But then it occurred to me: the virus doesn't care if they're guests, CMs, or construction workers. They would still be around each other. So everything, including construction, may stop.It had seemed like the plan was late May. It is unclear at this point if the park closure will accelerate or delay the initial timeline.
Yes, it's really ugly.I know I’m a little late to the party, but the yellow building is shockingly fake-looking. It’s like the 90’s McMansion interpretation of “French architecture”. The disproportionally large arch on the side of the roof supported by those skinny little columns looks more postmodern than anything else. I really don’t understand how this design was approved.
Painting of the creperie looks nowhere near completeThere seems to be a lot of departure from the concept art here. Of course it's only concept art..But the creperie was supposed to have multiple color facades. Seemed more "city street" to me. It follows the same building shape but I think that's a lot of beige considering painting looks complete. Maybe the shutters and awnings will complete the look. I'm obsessed with this project. lol
Depends on your view of this if a good thing or not.Construction workers have been spotted at a few construction spots, Universal included. Which is a good thing!