As soon as we started planning our Disney trip, the kids and I started looking for books to read about Disney, and we found this little gem. What is a "Hidden Mickey" you ask?
"A Hidden Mickey is a partial or complete impression of Mickey Mouse placed by Walt Disney Imagineers (the creators and builders of the Disney parks) and artists to blend into the designs of Disney attractions, hotels, restaurants, and other areas such as the Disney cruise ships, and Disney's private island, Castaway Cay, located in the Bahamas."
By this definition, all of the things that we took pictures of probably don't qualify. Actually, some of them aren't even so "hidden" -- but Mickey is everywhere - and it's amazing to see where these Imagineers can put his likeness!
Last night - and day of departure, oh how sad we were!
My girl looks like she wants to cry.
We were packed "to the gills." When it came time to leave the ship and head to the Pop Century Resort, we wore the jeans and jackets that we had traveled in, because there would've been no room in our suitcases for all of that bulky-ness! Of course, we were a little over-dressed for Florida, but we changed as soon as we got to the resort, and were soon on our way to The Magic Kingdom!
A park brochure in a trimmed 8.5 x 11 page protector.
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