While the German Train Village was celebrating the festival last year, this year they have their very own 2010 Epcot Food and Wine Festival booths as well!
They’ve represented Australia, Mexico (right down to the tiled landscape on the front of the booth!), Ireland (check out those MASSIVE beer steins!), Greece, and the Hops and Barley booth. Check out these close up pictures — and feel free to click on any of them for a larger version:
Of course, they also have the banners waving and a giant 15th Anniversary Cake decorating their own festival:
Wow, this is really interesting! Sort of reminds me of lego’s and how people build towns out of them.
Now if only they could replicate Walt Disney World this way. . .
Love, love, LOVE it!
It’s this attention to detail that makes everything Disney so magical!
What great fun. I’ve always enjoyed that train area. I’m always surprised how few people stop to look at it. Nice train spotting AJ.
Thanks for sharing this! Such great pictures; it’s stuff like this that truly sets Disney apart from…well, THE WORLD 🙂
Jamie Collins says
AJ – Thanks for taking these pictures and sharing. I had such a quick visit this past weekend, I didn’t even get a chance to check out the German Train Village, which is always one of my favorites. Those miniature F&W Festival booths are awesome! I love it!
I love it! I don’t know if I would have noticed this at the festival when I go if you hadn’t mentioned it! So cute – and always a great reminder to look closely at everything when at Disney, the little details make it special 🙂
Too cute…I totally missed that this past weekend!
OMG, that’s hilarious. I’ve never seen them do individual kiosks like that before. Love it!
OMG, how adorable! I LOVE that they think about details like this.