Hidden Mickeys at Kidani Village and Disney Springs
Animal Kingdom Lodge's Kidani Village has some awesome Hidden Mickeys . . . and some questionable images. I'd like your opinion on a few images I'm wondering about.
Walk down the rear stairs from the main lobby toward Sanaa Restaurant and study the back surface of the rock wall that supports the stairs you just came down. Near the far right edge (as you face the wall) are these faint impressions in the rock wall. A sideways Hidden Mickey tilted right? (Thanks to Donald Torr).
Go out the rear door behind you and outside toward the fire pit. Look for a rust-colored series of big rocks to the right of the walkway before you reach the fire pit. Do you see any classic (three-circle) Hidden Mickeys impressed in the rock? (Thanks to Leah Lakatosh and Stephanie Harrison).
Outside the front entrance of the main lobby and to the right, walk to the Samawati Springs Pool area. You can usually access the area through the entrance gate. Several great Hidden Mickeys, as well as some questionable images, are scattered around this area. Here's an image impressed in the rock in the children's water play area, just to the left of the exit opening of the water slide. It's tilted to the left. What do you think? (Thanks to Keri Madeira).
These three pebbles are embedded in the short rock wall that borders one side of the children's water play area. They're near the end of the rock wall that's closer to the exit walkway. Hidden Mickey?
Recently, I had a tasty dinner of authentic Mexican food at Frontera Cocina in The Landing, Disney Springs. Various plates hang on the wall between the restrooms inside. There's got to be one or more decent classic Hidden Mickeys among the plates, don't you think? What about this one?
Hidden Mickeys can be fun!