BGW's park map is up now confirmed Marco Polo's Marketplace on a side not it looks as if they redid alpie on the map and it actually looks realisticThe Hessian said:Or in March at least if not by opening day
For what it is worth, the buildings in that picture didn't have any graffiti on them, they were all solid colors. The buildings with graffiti are Il Teatro, and perhaps a little in other consolidated areas. (but I'm pretty sure Il Teatro was mainly the only one with a lot of graffiti)CastleOSullivan said:Also, I will really miss the graffiti.
There wasn't actually a strictly proper thread for San Marco Renovation thoughts to be posted in previously so I just renamed this thread to fix that. That said, next time, the report button is probably the right way to address things like this if you believe there to be an issue.Matthew said:Also, perhaps this would be a better discussion in the San Marco thread?
This 100%.Joe said:I'm not too fond of the colors either, unfortunately. I understand that real buildings in Italy do have bright colors, but I think the rainbow pallet will make the little area look cartoony. Given the intentionally cracked walls and exposed bricks, I have always thought San Marco's village was supposed to look old and worn. Maybe I just hate change, but for now, those colors just don't fit for me.
Busch Gardens Williamsburg said:NEW - Marco Polo's Marketplace
Become an explorer of cuisine at Marco Polo’s Marketplace. Traditional Italian fare, Asian and Mediterranean food converge in this market-style restaurant in the heart of the park’s Italy village.