Little known facts about walt disney world

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Little-Known Facts About Well-Known Places Series by Laurie Flannery

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11 Secret Facts About Walt Disney No One Ever Knew Until Now

Walt Disney World News

A Cast of Thousands. Mickey Mouse himself has more than different sets of duds, ranging from a scuba suit to a tuxedo. The cast members there launder an average of , pounds each day. In addition, between 30, and 32, garments are dry-cleaned daily. More than 75 million Cokes are consumed each year at Walt Disney World Resort along with 13 million bottles of water. Guests also gobble 10 million hamburgers, 6 million hot dogs, 9 million pounds of French fries and more than , pounds of popcorn. Ears to You.

Here are a few of my favorite little-known Walt Disney World factoids to get you through a short road trip or a long line at Space Mountain.
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1. Dead people's ashes are everywhere

One of the best parts of a Disney World vacation is discovering all the weird and unusual trivia found there No gum is sold in Disney parks. If you're a chewer, better bring your own along. Hidden Mickey's can be found everywhere. A hidden Mickey is the 3 circle silhouette of the head and ears of Mickey Mouse disguised and subtly hidden in decor, rock formations, table settings and designs of all sorts. Thousands of hidden Mickey's have been recorded and more included with each park update. Disney World has only closed three times since it first opened in

4 thoughts on “Little-Known Facts About Well-Known Places Series by Laurie Flannery

  1. From little-known facts to full blown secrets, we've uncovered over 30 Walt Disney World facts that are sure to surprise. #10 will shock you!.

  2. No American institution is so equally beloved and reviled as Walt Disney World, the epicenter of childhood fantasy and fanny-pack couteur in central Florida.

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