PHOTOS: New Trees Planted Along France Pavilion Expansion Path; Latest Construction Progress on La Crêperie de Paris 11/17/19

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Bonjour, yet again, from EPCOT’s France pavilion! Work on the area for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure and La Crêperie de Paris is moving so quickly that something new and exciting pops up every single day! In our last update, we discovered new structures and more support beams. Today brings us a whole new set of updates. With the loss of the trees lining the pavilion’s existing fountains this morning, at least some other greenery has popped up elsewhere in the pavilion.

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We noticed trees being planted along the path, and spots for even more trees all in the same row.

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Small little “balconies” along the edge should make for some romantic waterside views.

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One tree sat off to the side waiting to be planted. These trees will bring some welcome shade to the new area of the France pavilion when it opens in summer 2020.

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In addition to the trees, we saw that the metal sheets for the roof of La Crêperie de Paris now extend across the entire top of the building. No more views into the inner workings of the building for us!

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On top of the main show building for the ride, we saw several people hard at work analyzing something up there.

What do you think will be the next big update on this area?

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Yay, more trees!


I always think the Eiffel Tower will be moved…

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Are these the same trees they removed from the other side?