PHOTO REPORT: EPCOT 2/11/20 (Outdated Braille Map, St. Patrick’s Day Merchandise, Peeling Paint at The Odyssey, France Without Power, and More)

Around beautiful day traveling around the world and back again! Let’s take a look at what’s happening at EPCOT!

Our first stop at the park was the ticket booths to check on the recent ticket prince increase that happened overnight. While we there, we noticed some of these stickers MagicBand were sideways or upside down. Strange.

It’s difficult to get a picture of this centerpiece without any obstruction from construction walls, but let’s be honest – it’s beautiful either way.

My endless Christmas quest continues! These are still spreading holiday cheer in Pin Traders.

There was a large crowd for rope drop today! Sadly, the EPCOT JAMMitors were nowhere to be found.

It looks like preparations are underway for the upcoming EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival! We can’t wait to see this entire area covered in beautiful flowers.

Our mouths were left watering again as we wait (somewhat less than) patiently for Eats at the EPCOT Experience.

Another disappoint for our hungry stomachs was waiting right round the corner as Taste Track has still not opened yet.

Work continued today on the roof of the future home of Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind, where new solar panels are getting installed.

Over at MouseGear, Valentine’s Day has become a thing of the past. The feature table now showcases St. Patrick’s Day merchandise.

It’s always fun to catch a glimpse of the jumping water over at the Imagination! Pavilion.

The Land Pavilion is always a great place to not only take a break from the heat, but also learn a thing or two. Plus, you can go Soarin’ around the world!

The charm in this building is undeniable. We love these four season hot air balloons!

Gill seemed like he was up to no good as we headed into The Seas Pavilion. Typical.

These aquarium-like plants and seashells are one of my favorite details in EPCOT.

The signs over at Seabase have been getting an upgrade and they look great! These two lonely lingerers look very out of place now, though.

Time to enjoy the last few days of EPCOT International Festival of the Arts!

This Braille map looks like it hasn’t been updated in quite some time and that’s pretty disappointing. Accessibility accommodations are essential.

France was experiencing some trouble this morning as the pavilion was without power when the World Showcase opened at 11:00am. Luckily, Les Halles Boulangerie was still serving up delicious treats as always!

We found this awesome Hidden Mickey at Mitsukoshi in the Japan Pavilion.

While we were in Japan, we snacked on a tasty Mickey Pretzel! Who can resist this amazing photo op?

Pascal was being adorable, as always, in Germany today. Have you seen the new Pascal Shoulder Plush? It’s a must-have!

The Inside Shanghai Disney Resort exhibit in the China Pavilion is another great spot in EPCOT to take a break from the heat. It also showcases all of the beauty of Shanghai Disneyland.

This adorable portrait of Figment in Norway, titled “One Little Scream”, is part of Figment’s Brush with the Masters Scavenger Hunt.

Dante was also being very playful today over in the Mexico Pavilion!

The very freshly painted walls outside of the Odyssey Pavilion are looking rough already. Major portions of the paint have already started peeling.

That wraps up our day at the ever-changing EPCOT! Will you be indulging in a few more delicious eats before Festival of the Arts ends?