This shot in the queue line for Pirates of the Caribbean shows another great example of how detailed the "waiting areas" are for most Walt Disney World attractions. The typical amusement park will have basic lines to wait in, where guests will traverse back and forth between metal railings. There might be a few posters on a wall or some background music playing. However, Disney typically immerses their guests into three dimensional "sets" that make them feel like they are part of the story. They also stay true to the story as you can see here. On a barrel of gunpowder you see the word "Explosivos." It makes sense that the writing would be in Spanish as the setting of the attraction is a Spanish fortress.