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Who Painted the Roof at ESPN Zone

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  • [Question] Who Painted the Roof at ESPN Zone

    Is there a Baseball diamond painted on the roof of the ESPNZone?

    I guess you can see it from the Hotels, but I noticed it on Google Maps.

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    Re: Who Painted the Roof at ESPN Zone

    That's really cool! Whoever would be playing center field would probably hate where they were playing of course. That satellite dish presents somewhat of an obstacle.
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      Re: Who Painted the Roof at ESPN Zone

      It is not to scale and is for looks only. It's certainly much better than some mangy looking industrial roof. And for you "theme mongers", it is an appropriate venue to have it on...

      We usually stay in the Sierra Tower of the DLH with a view of DTD and the roof. The kids get a kick out of seeing it.

      It's all about the fun!

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