It's a nice place to visit. Satisfies the cravings for discovery, fun, and photography. Nice and neat photo, loved the crisp color.^^
This looks like something from a fairy tale.
Looks very German indeed! :)God bless you!Cezar
Seems to be very interesting place to visit. Great photo.
I remember my first visit to Epcot, many, many years ago. I loved the introduction to international flavors...granted quite superficial but for a sheltered girl it was a delicious eye-opener.
Ah, Goebel und Hummel. Reminds me of my childhood and my grandparents in Germany. These little things are so expensive!
Interesting. hmmmm! NB
That's such a fairy-tale house. Nicely captured!
@ Brattcat - You're right about it being "superficial" and also about it being "delicious." I'm a cynic by nature, but I found that I really like these pavilions. Disney has gone to great lengths to recreate some authenticity; for example, in the French cafe, all the employees were from France. My biggest gripe would be that inside each "country," space was taken up primarily by gift stores and restaurants...I would have wished for more hands-on exhibits about the countries. Of course, France and China have incredible movies which totally surround you and make you feel like you're flying through the air.To walk through the world pavilions is a fun experience.
Imagine all the china...:-)Oh how lovely!
Flying through the air eh? ;-)
Isn't that a great looking building! German, very German!
It's such a lovely place!
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