Which of the World Showcase pavillions is the most like the country it represents?
This thought occurred to me whilst watching the Olympics. They had some footage of places in Beijing and I thought that one place looked just like the one in Epcot. Turns out that the Epcot version is a scaled down version of that very palace, so no wonder it looked familliar.
So I was thinking about the other pavillions and how well they represent the countries. I have always been a bit disappointed with the UK - I find it very disjointed, and the main focus is the shops and the pub! And, sadly, many people in the UK couldn't tell you who Anne Hathaway was, let alone what her cottage looked like, so it is hardly a famous building over here. I guess it's because the UK has so much history and different cultures and they are trying to cram too much in.
Of the other countries, I have visited a few, and I feel that the French pavillion does a brilliant job of representing Paris, with the film showcasing other parts of France. The film is one of my favourite bits of World Showcase, as it shows the France that I recognise. Maybe the UK pavillion needs a film or something, or a tighter focus?