Landscaping is almost complete around the yellow and blue building across from the Creperie, with only a small section of land remaining around the corner.
Additional stone details appear on the street leading to the Rémy Ratatouille Adventure entrance.
Although difficult to see, the activity took place near the courtyard fountain.
There was also a worker in the covered area of the Rémy Ratatouille Adventure overflow queue.
The backstage road is now paved and cleared. Soon there will be a prettier view for guests on the Disney Skyliner.
Looks like some workers were maybe cleaning or refreshing the paint on that roof.
Another worker was doing something in the white building on the side.
Trees have also been planted behind the scenes and there will likely be more grass and hedges ahead.
The new bathrooms appear complete except for a few empty planters outside.
A black tarp was laid on the road leading to the expansion.
On the way back we had a better view from the windows of the Crêperie de Paris. There was another black tarp on the floor, the one most likely to protect the sidewalk from paint and construction.
Another construction vehicle was parked under the Ratatouille arch.
The planters next to this arcade are also empty.
For now, the lettering on the arch is the same as the last check.
Rémy’s Ratatouille adventure and the rest of the expansion of the France pavilion at EPCOT were initially scheduled to open in the summer of 2020, but this has been delayed. No new opening date has been announced.
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