I have a souvenir book of the makeing of the ride POTC..it was very cool to read, and had some behind the scenes pictures and showed how some of the effects were done, its just to bad they do not do that any more for individual rides any more
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My favorite is a small domed plastic snowglobe that my parents bought for me in 1962. It is a jungle cruise boat with Donald Duck at the wheel and a small monkey that hangs from a hook on the top. The boat rocks back and forth when you move the globe. The water all dried up years ago, so the glitter is just on the ground near the hippo and croc.
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It's packed away in the attic so I can't take a pic of it, but my favorite souvenir is a blue light bulb from MSEP.
Well, besides my... what was it? let me think.. think, think, think, hmm.. oh ya, besides my memories (lol) My fave too is a couple of the special packaged bulbs from the Original MSEP when it original ended. (I missed the circus (Kalliope) from the new DCA version).
I guess mine would be the enormous wall map of the 1968 Disneyland I first visited. My wife had it framed for me a few years back and it takes up most of my living room wall. I often gaze at it and am transported back to that first visit.
I also have a snap taken of my first ever visit with my wife (when we were first dating) from over 20 years ago as well as pics from my first visit with my daughter that are also framed that I look at every day.
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