Tuesday, February 16, 2010


Door on the Hotel Du Canada.

These windows look into Le Cellier.

Entrance to Le Cellier from Victoria Gardens.

Mini Menu from Le Cellier.

Business Card from Le Cellier.

Monday, February 15, 2010


Now we head into the mountains to view the CircleVision film "O Canada!" and then out into Victoria Gardens.

Sunday, February 14, 2010


Looking up from the promenade at the Trading Post and the Hotel Du Canada.

The Trading Post.

Northwest Mercantile.

Inside either the shop, this display is up near the rafters.

Me, my cousin Jason, and my sister Michelle pose in front of the Trading Post back in August 1986.  Yikes?  This was almost 24 years ago.  Some of these pictures are from this day.

Totem Pole!

Trading Post as seen from Victoria Gardens near the entrance to Le Cellier.

Looking towards the Trading Post from the rear of the pavillion.

Heading from the Trading Post towards "O Canada!"

Let's stop and take break to watch a little entertainment.

Saturday, February 13, 2010


It seemed like an appropriate time to post some pictures from the Canada pavillion at Epcot.  The Canada pavillion has two great things going for it.  First, it is just beautiful and offers unlimited opportunities for great family photos with dramatic or serene backdrops.  Second, the fantastic Le Cellier restaurant which is one of my favorites at any park.  Today's pictures focus on the Hotel Du Canada structure (housing a gift shop and Le Cellier) which is based on the Chateau Laurier in Ottowa from a series of vantage points.

Two shots from World Showcase Promenade.

Looking out from the grotto which houses the Circlevision 360 film "O Canada!"