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Published on: Dec 15, 2010

The holiday scene pictured here proved to be somewhat tricky. The photo was taken at Epcot’s Canada pavilion, although it did appear to be taken in Liberty Square at the Magic Kingdom. Ms. Lost likes to keep us on our toes!

Congratulations to Katie B., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.



Published on: Dec 1, 2010

Ms. Lost’s photo fs part of the iconic landscape of the Magic Kingdom. She zoomed in on the top of Space Mountain. Although the buildings for this popular ride at both Disney World and Disneyland are quite similar, the actual rides and very different. We did accept the answer that this was the Disneyland version, too.

Congratulations to Eyore (we didn’t know he reads Magically Speaking!), who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.


Published on: Nov 17, 2010

Manny Festation’s name in the photo can be found on the crypts at the exit of the Haunted Mansion. Ms. Lost found quite a few fun names listed at the exit. Next time you experience the Haunted Mansion, don’t forget to take in the theming around the attraction as well.

Congratulations to Jo Ann B., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.


Published on: Nov 3, 2010

Ms. Lost’s lake view photo was of Bay Lake. She was standing on the balcony of a room at Bay Lake Tower. The location in the picture is the side of the lake most often used by Sammy Duvall’s watersports. If you’ve ever seen a someone parasailing near the Magic Kingdom, this is the part of the lake where the boat is running.

Congratulations to Pamela C., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.


Published on: Oct 20, 2010

Ms. Lost’s horrible picture taking was indeed her attempt at snapping a photo of Main Street Electrical Parade at the Magic Kingdom. The drum float she was trying to catch is at the beginning of the parade, and reads “Disney’s Electrical Parade.” Sadly, the words don’t stay lit for the entire time, and Ms. Lost missed the title when taking her picture. This parade replaced SpectroMagic at the Magic Kingdom over the summer. Although Summer Nightastic! ended, the parade’s run has been extended.

Congratulations to Brent L., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.

 

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Published on: Oct 6, 2010

The tranquil spot Ms. Lost stopped in can be found in Epcot. Specifically, Ms. Lost was in the garden behind the Twinning Tea shop in the United Kingdom pavilion. More than one reader remarked that this is also a great place to enjoy your fish and chips from the Yorkshire County Fish Shop.

Congratulations to Tresha T., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.

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Published on: Sep 23, 2010

The display featuring Aurora’s gown pictured in our last issue can be found at Castle Couture in the Magic Kingdom. This shop replaced Tinkerbell’s Treasures across from Cinderella Castle. Guests can have their portraits taken in this shop, including those little guests who have just had their turn at the Bibbiddi Bobbidi Boutique across the courtyard. The merchandise is primarily princess-type items.

Congratulations to Lee A., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.

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Published on: Sep 9, 2010

Hmmmm…the photo Ms. Lost snapped seems to be far more difficult to identify than we thought. Alas, Ms. Lost had zoomed in on a section of Spaceship Earth at Epcot. Have you ever noticed that you don’t get wet when you walk under Spaceship Earth in the rain? Thanks to the gaps in the outer skin, and a series of gutters, the rain water is collected and eventually ends up in the World Showcase Lagoon.

Congratulations to Liane D., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.

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Published on: Aug 25, 2010

Ms. Lost discovered this glittering number nine in the clock that can be seen in “it’s a small world” at the Magic Kingdom. The original clock can be found at the same attraction in Disneyland. Every fifteen minutes the clock chimes with a charming display reminiscent of a German glockenspiel.

Congratulations to Anne R., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.

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Published on: Aug 11, 2010

Ms. Lost found the futuristic luggage at the end of Space Mountain exit. The original ride was opened in 1975 at the Magic Kingdom. The attraction underwent an extensive update in 2009 and re-opened in November of 2009. The luggage claim area, where this photo was taken, has several subtle nods to other attractions, including Horizons.

Congratulations to Kathy M., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.

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Published on: Jul 14, 2010

Ms. Lost found the chilly looking statue of Goofy while exploring Goofy’s Candy Company at Downtown Disney. Glacier Goofy can be found by the Glacier machine, where you can choose from eight flavors to build your own glacier creation (a glacier is an icee-type drink). The drink comes with a build-a-cup and you can choose your own hat and feet for the cup.

Congratulations to Diane M., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.

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Published on: Jul 1, 2010

Ms. Lost found the books pictured here in Belle’s library. This spot can be found in the France pavilion of Epcot. That is, if you can tear yourself away from the wonderful bakery long enough to explore more of the pavilion!

Congratulations to Joy G., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.

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Published on: Jun 16, 2010

Ms. Lost stumbled across the little cottage while exploring the gardens in the Canada pavilion at Epcot. The Victoria Gardens, which many a happy diner has passed by on their way to LeCellier, are inspired by Butchart Gardens near Victoria, British Columbia.

Congratulations to Sheryl S., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.

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Published on: Jun 2, 2010

Ms. Lost managed to stay on time thanks to the clock pictured here. The clock is located at the top of the Main Street train station at the Magic Kingdom. It faces the entrance and allow visitors one last check of the clock before entering the park.

Congratulations to Jessica B., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.


Published on: May 19, 2010

Ms. Lost found the wishing well at Snow White’s Scary Adventures in the Magic Kingdom. Although Ms. Lost and Snow White may not have been wishing for the same thing, but both are likely to enjoy this quick trip through scenes from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs movie. This ride can actually be a bit scary for some little fans, because it is designed to be Snow White’s view of what happens in the story. A version of this ride can be found not only in Florida, but also at Disneyland, Tokyo Disneyland and Disneyland Paris.

Congratulations to Sheila S., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.


Published on: May 5, 2010

The book shelf pictured in our last issue could be quite tricky. There were several good, but incorrect guesses, such as Old Key West lobby, the France pavilion at Epcot, or the Tower of Terror queue. Alas, none of those were quite right. Those who guessed the United Kingdom Pavilion at Epcot were correct, though! Specifically, the book case can be found in the Toy Soldier shop near the Winnie the Pooh meet-and-greet area.

Congratulations to Lisa M., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.

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Published on: Apr 22, 2010

Our readers apparently know just where to locate a spice rack. The spices pictured below can be found at the Magic Kingdom in Minnie’s country house. This house is a fun, interactive place to hang out and take a break from the heat. Sadly, it seems that Minnie’s house, along with Mickey’s, is not part of the plans for the new Fantasyland.

Congratulations to Michele M., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.


Published on: Apr 5, 2010

Ms. Lost wasn’t actually shopping for tires, but she did find a sign for a tire sale. The Luigi’s Casa Della Tires sign can be found at Disney’s Hollywood Studios park near the meet-and-greet location for Cars. This spot, tucked between the Muppet’s theater and the “Lights..Motor..Action!” stunt show, is where guests can find Mater and Lightening McQueen hanging out, ready for a photo op.

Congratulations to Katie K., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.

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Published on: Mar 22, 2010

The tree that Ms. Lost found is located at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Specifically, this is a baobob tree found on the Kilimanjaro Safari. Although the tree looks dead or dormant, it is actually capable of storing a great deal of water, which is used during dry periods in Africa. The bark of the tree is used for cloth or rope, the leaves for medicines, and the fruit (known as money bread) is a source of vitamin C.

Congratulations to the Trapp Family, who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.


Published on: Mar 8, 2010

Ms. Lost wasn’t the only one who was a little confused by the photo. This giant set of eyes can be found in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, but not exactly at the MuppetVision attraction. This awning is part of the entrance to the Stage 1 Company Store. This is the place for Muppet merchandise at the Studios. Found near the exit to MuppetVision, and just around the corner from Mama Melrose’s restaurant, it’s a fun place for any Muppet fan to spend some time (and money!).

Congratulations to Naomi M., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.


Published on: Feb 8, 2010

Ms. Lost thought that the medallion pictured here might be just as vexing to our readers as it was to her. Well, she was wrong! Almost everyone who entered was correct. The medallion can be found in the floor of the lobby of Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. There are several such medallions in the floor. Each of them represents some aspect of African culture and history. Everywhere you look in this lobby — up, down, or straight ahead — you find a wonderful detail.

Congratulations to Marcella M., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.


Published on: Jan 25, 2010

Ms. Lost snapped her brick wall photo across from the Toy Story Mania attraction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Mr. Spell, who was partially pictured, can be found along with a platoon of green army men in the Toy Story-themed area.

Congratulations to Carol O., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.


Published on: Jan 11, 2010

Ms. Lost found the exotic scene pictured in our last issue at Animal Kingdom. Specifically, she was standing in Dinoland and looking toward Asia. One of the amazing things about this park is the wonderful theming. Guests can feel as if they are moving from Asia, Africa, and even to a carnival atmosphere of Dinoland all in a matter of minutes.

Congratulations to Julie D.., who sent in a correct response and is the winner of the random drawing and a Disney trading pin.


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