Near the Electric Umbrella:
The upcoming Raytheon exhibit:
At the Polynesian Resort, pressure washing at the pool:
And the roof of the Great Ceremonial House is being worked on:
The first hand-drawn Disney animated film in years, The Princess and the Frog is being promoted at the TTC:
Looking down at refurbishment from the monorail at the Grand Floridian:
More work there:
The Pirate Cruise boat:
At the Contemporary Resort, the Bay Lake Tower (or as I call it, the Bay Lake Fortress :)) is open. I am not terribly impressed with what I've seen so far, but I know the rooms and upper viewing areas are supposed to be very nice.
That said, there is also a beautiful new directory sign that has been unveiled on the 4th floor. Well, it looks great until one starts reading it. It is poorly written, and I figured I'd scan for spelling errors too. 🙂 It appears that Disney is trying to exceed guest expectations by adding an extra l to full service:
And while I'm at it, there should be a comma between lights and bells:
The sign really needs to be fully reworked, the punctuation is not consistent. Also, saying "wave at the monorail" after mentioning the Wave restaurant is very confusing. Considering that signs are very expensive, Disney might want to proof it before sending it to the sign shop. I am a stickler for spelling and writing in general, though!