Sunday, April 27, 2008

Epcot's International Gateway

The International Gateway, the 'back door' to Epcot and specifically World Showcase, is a wonderful concept. Home to a shop, transportation service via ferry to the Yacht and Beach Club Resort, Swan and Dolphin Resorts, and Disney's Boardwalk Resort, and turnstiles into Epcot, the International Gateway is truly lovely in that it provides a viable admission point with relatively few people in sight when entering Epcot in the morning.

As most know, World Showcase typically opens two to three hours later than Future World and entrance via the International Gateway is a great way to take those shots of France, the United Kingdom, and Canada pavilions as you make your way to Future World.

This photograph was taken by the author in November, 2007.

1 comment:

Viewliner Ltd. said...

I have always loved detail shots of DL and WDW. Of course having never been to WDW, it makes these shots just more priceless. Thank you.