ORDDU: I thought that covering was always there, actually, but I must be wrong. I do know that HKDL has to build restaurants and attractions with the provision of monsoons in mind. The wind and rain over there can be overwhelming, from what we'vre read.
ORDDU: That's what my sisters and I expected when we first heard that Hong Kong would be getting a Disneyland park, calvakasc, duckling. But, then, we never really liked that cover over Tokyo's Main Street. Even though it serves a most practical purpose, it detracts from the beauty of their Main Street--in our humble opinions. So we're actually glad that Hong Kong didn't do this same thing with their Main Street. Now it's a matter of making certain, ugly compromises. So, yes, Timmy, Dear, that's what our suspicion is about this cover--that it's being added for weather protection. Isn't there another restaurant further down HKDL's Main Street that also has a similar weather protecting cover?