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We’ve built a Volo daVinci track for our guests. Part of this track runs underground below the hotel. One end of the tunnel is located in a small garden above pool complex, where one of the Volo daVinci stations is located.




My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Walls, Tunnels, and Fences - Tunnel Entrance at Volo daVinci Station Above Pool Complex, Image 01

This is the information station overlooking our pool complex. There is a tunnel leading from this area into Midway Bay.




My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Walls, Tunnels, and Fences - Tunnel Entrance at Information Station Above Pool Complex, Image 02

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Here’s a view of the tunnel interior walls and an inviting glimpse of the outdoors at the other end.




My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Walls, Tunnels, and Fences - Tunnel Entrance at Information Station Above Pool Complex, Looking Towards Midway Bay and Displaying Tunnel Interior Walls, Image 03

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We thought we’d take a walk through to admire the view over Midway Bay. We spent thirty minutes taking in the view but it only took a moment to take this photo at other end.




My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Walls, Tunnels, and Fences - Tunnel Entrance Overlooking Midway Bay, Image 04

Of course, we simply could not move on to the next item without sharing with you our photo of the view over Midway Bay.




My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Walls, Tunnels, and Fences - View of Midway Bay From Tunnel Entrance Shown In The Previous Image, Image 05

This area of our park is usually quiet. It serves primarily as the exit path for Sky Sling, as an additional access station to Steam Railway, and provides quick access for those guests who wish to go to pool complex directly from The Midway. Because of the peacefulness of this area we’ve located Insect House nearby. Wildlife like this area of our resort best.




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This is the south-east corner of our park, an area known as The Cut. Through these tunnels shown in the upper center of the image guests access our Nocturnal House & Reptile and Amphibian House, both of which are peaceful, underground, climate controlled facilities in our park.




My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Walls, Tunnels, and Fences - Tunnel Entrances To Underground Attractions: Nocturnal House And Reptile & Amphibian House, Image 06

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We call this area of the park The Cut because, after the park designers finalised locations for Giant Slide and Mini Golf, the landscape developers chose to cut into the hill rather than level the area. Here’s a bird’s eye view travelling further west along The Cut. The two tunnels seen in the previous image are at the bottom right.




My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Walls, Tunnels, and Fences - Aerial View of The Cut Displaying Tunnel Entrances Leading Off Main Path System, Image 07

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Facing east here at the western end of The Cut the tunnel entrance right of center image is built beneath Giant Slide and leads to Mini Golf.




My Projects - CSO's I Have Imported, Walls, Tunnels, and Fences - The Cut, Looking from West To East, Image 08

Our grapefruit orchard runs up alongside Giant Slide. Our horticulturists have developed a variety of white grapefruit that doesn’t require added sugar and goes down a treat with breakfast. Using a variety of mobile aerial platforms our gardeners harvest the fruit from our orchards by hand.




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