PHOTOS: Construction Continues on Great Ceremonial House and New “Moana” Themed Rooms at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
Aloha from Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort! Construction has been moving along steadily as part of its massive refurbishment, so we thought it was time to pay another visit and see how things are going!
While there haven’t been any more crossbeams added to the top of the resort’s monorail station since our last visit, the beam that intersects them has been extended.
On the platform, even more decorative beams have been removed, with only one section left to go outside of the ends.
The removal has left a unobscured view from the top half of the platform, over which the crossbeams will extend.
Through a gap in the fence, we can see some of the equipment and vehicles being used for this part of the refurbishment.
From below the monorail tracks, we can see the same gaps on the roof we found last time, suggesting that there may not be anything else removed.
(I just want to give a shout out to that tiny plant growing on the roof. Stay rooted!)
A similar beam pattern can be seen on the bridge leading from the monorail station to the Great Ceremonial House.