I love the golden apple at the entry of Snow Whites Scary adventures give it a pat and a rub.And aww...the wheelhouse of the Mark Twain being up there puts a whole different prespective on the rivers of american and the lands it sails through. I also enjoy the pet cemetary at HM
I always liked Fort Wilderness. Too bad it's closed. Other than that I liked hanging around the Premiere shop. Maybe it's because I love pins or maybe it's because no one goes that far back into Tomorrowland (but they will now with Buzz) so it use to be relaxing back there. But I'm glad to see that one change!
I love the X-Wing in the Starcade. Actually, I thought it was better displayed in the Star Trader before it was revamped, but now it's kind of a secret, hiding out above the escalators in the Starcade in the abondoned second floor. (When did they move it up there? It was sometime before they closed the second floor, but was it moved from the Star Trader for the TL 98 revamp? If so, it was only displayed openly above the escalators for a very short time.)
Light a man a fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of the night. Light a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life.
The white rabbit holding the safety mirror in front of Alice. The Cheshire cat around the corner in the little nook. One of the stores (madhatter?) in fantasyland has mirrors which I think the magic mirror or maybe one of the Alice characters appears in from time to time. The bridge area as you enter adventureland; the one with all the hanging tribal masks and skulls. Fortune Red. Shrunken head Ned. The Aladdins other lamp fortun telling device. The sleeping beauty picture in the upper alcove of the castle as you go through the drawbridge, and the sleeping beauty metal sculpture in the courtyard behind. The Toad car by itself for posing for pictures in outside the ride. The Haunted Mansion fastpass area with the garden statues and awesome music playing... such a nice quiet spot. The Blue Bayou. The center island inside the pirates que, as well as the pirates paintings on the walls.
Hmm I am sure there is more, but thats all I can think of for now.
The Toad car by itself for posing for pictures in outside the ride.
It isn't there anymore. Or at least when I was there in Jan. Maybe the took it out for holiday crowd control? When I asked the CM inside about it he said it was still there so I simply assumed he didn't notice or was in too much of a hurry to load me in. (I was the only one to notice when they took out some of the dwarfs in Snow White for touch ups in Feb or July, I can't remember now. So maybe it was just that?)
When FL was redone, it was stunning to see the transformation and all the attention to detail. One of the highlights for me was the addition of the window above Snow White where the Wicked Queen opens the red drapes to glare out at the crowds that have invaded her kingdom below. I always glance up there when I pass by.
It isn't there anymore. Or at least when I was there in Jan. Maybe the took it out for holiday crowd control? When I asked the CM inside about it he said it was still there so I simply assumed he didn't notice or was in too much of a hurry to load me in
Naw, it's still there, I just saw it this week...it must have just been gone for referb.
New Orleans Square, that little alcove that the staircase with the potted plants is at.
I love to just sit there. I hope they bring back the old jazz entertainment, and the tap dancers. Gallery courtyard is another spot. Also love french market during non busy times.