The sitting area close to the Tower of Terror in Walt Disney Studios is one of my favourite enclosures in the whole of the park. A small area for sitting and having a snack, or a drink, or simply waiting for your braver party members to complete their tower experience, it is a great place to pass a moment or several.
As you can see, the area is modelled closely to the Spanish Colonial Revival architecture of Southern California, made famous in the early 1900s.
Linking to the Tower of Terror's storyline, and being set in 1939, this area of the park fits in perfectly, with this style of architecture at the height of fashion during the 1920s.
And one of my favourite parts of this area is this fantastic faux fireplace!