French Trivia Answered! Who Misses the Earffel Tower? [Poll]

Marvelous Monday, my friends!  Shake off those beginning-of-the-week blues and get after the week!

So … did you tackle yesterday’s trivia question?  No?  Here’s your chance to take a step back and test your Epcot IQ … click this link!

How tall is Disney’s version of France’s Eiffel Tower, you ask?  Why, it reaches 103 feet into the Florida sky!

The challenge turned out to be a little bit tougher than I expected.  Only 24% of you got it right!  Congrats to those of you who scored with the correct choice.

Of course, the Eiffel Tower inspired another piece of Walt Disney World, as well.  Even if it was by its name only.

Opened on May 1, 1989, the Earffel Tower was once a Hollywood Studios park icon.

Based on water towers commonly found in 20th century movie studios, Disney closed this structure on April 29, 2016.  It leads me to ask …


Epcot Trivia! Welcome to France!

Good morning, folks!  Are you ready to test your Disney knowledge?  Yes?  Then, let’s go!

Constructed from 1887–89 as the entrance to the 1889 World’s Fair, the Eiffel Tower in Paris is the most-visited paid monument in the world.

It has become a global cultural icon of France, is one of the most recognizable structures in the world, and stands 1,063 feet tall.  Thank you, Wikipedia, for all the info!

Of course, as you all know, Epcot’s France Pavilion is centered around a smaller-scale replica of this Parisian monument.  How tall is Disney’s version?

Sunrise Over Crescent Lake!

Of all the pics I have taken in the last six months, these are still among my all-time favorites!  Good morning, everyone!  Wouldn’t it be GREAT to be watching the sun rise over Crescent Lake this morning?

Look for something big on All in WDW … hopefully, later today!  Let’s just say Food & Wine ’13 is just 104 days away but All in WDW is already in full “preparation mode”.  Bring on the festival!

Beautiful! If you look really closely (or click on the picture to 'blow it up'), you can see the "Eiffel Tower"!

Beautiful! If you look really closely (or click on the picture to ‘blow it up’), you can see the “Eiffel Tower”!

Good Morning, BoardWalk!

Good Morning, BoardWalk!