Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Where in the World? The Backside of Magic Edition

This picture shows what I like to call "the backside of magic." I like these pictures because it's a glimpse into everything Disney doesn't want you to see. Loading docks, delivery vans, scaffolding, cast members eating, etc. However, right now in the Magic Kingdom, they are building the Dwarf Mine Car rollercoaster out in the open for everyone to see, mostly because they have no choice.

Another "backside of magic" you can see in the Magic Kingdom, also in Fantasyland, is the metal substructure of the outskirts of Fantasyland. You can see it as you're walking from Tomorrowland to the Storybook Circus area, closer to Ariel's Grotto. I always snoop on this because it lines up with the entrance of the Utilidors for Cast Members. Just a little fun fact for you.

I took this picture on a transportation tour I took on Sunday. It was specifically for All Star Concierge, and it was so much fun! I'll post more information about it later, but now without further ado....

Where in World? This one has two parts.

First, which Walt Disney World Resort hotel are we looking at? And second, aboard which mode of transportation going from where to where (point A to point B) would you have this view?

Clues & Fun Facts Ahead:
1. This resort is home to the Grand Canyon Concourse
2. Point A is the home of the longest running dinner show in the World (the entire world!).
3.
Point A could be one of 2 resorts, both found in the Wilderness
4. Point B just saw a new Scottish princess' coronation.

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