Good morning from a big day in Walt Disney World! Today, we made our way through Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney Springs, and EPCOT.
Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance transitioned from virtual queue to standby, with wait times climbing to upwards of 220 minutes though staying under 100 for most of the day.
A few new tank tops arrived at Mickey’s of Hollywood on Hollywood Boulevard.
Part of Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway standby queue received a full coat of paint after much of the wall was damaged by guests.
Sunset Club Couture on Sunset Boulevard is still covered in blue scrim.
A secondary Lightning Lane sign has been added to the queue entrance gate to Tower of Terror.
Scrim completely covers the giant guitar at Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster.
Voyage of The Little Mermaid wait time signage was removed and standby queue was converted to a rest area.
Over in Disney Springs, the new tenant, Fabletics, opened its doors featuring comfortable athletic wear for women.
Marketplace Co-Op prepares for the new Vault collection pop-up shop to debut with retro-style banners and decor.
Vera Bradley released a charming ‘Beauty & The Beast’ collection at their location in the the Town Center.
World of Disney had even more 50th anniversary decor arrive to celebrate the newly released collections.
Two more pieces of 50th anniversary merchandise were also available at World of Disney.
Over in EPCOT, a new Tinkerbell wand and headband arrived just in time for Halloween.
Two new apparel tops made a festive debut at the Mexico pavilion.
Frozen Ever After received Lightning Lane signage on the attraction entrance sign.
The bridge in Italy received a fresh coat of paint on both sides of its railings and along the concrete bottoms of the railings near the fountain.
Pavement in between France and Morocco continues to be scored and replaced as another section is added and one prepped for removal.
The ‘Coming 2021’ sign previously under the entrance archway to the France expansion at Ratatouille has been removed as the October 1 opening date is just around the corner.
The coverings at the Friendship Landings near Morocco and Canada have been removed from their steel structures, and new ones are expected to be replaced with the old.
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