A Hidden Mickey is a representation of Mickey Mouse that has been inserted subtly into the design of a ride, attraction, or other location in a Disney theme park, Disney properties, movie or other Disney product. The most common Hidden Mickey is a formation of three circles that may be perceived as the silhouette of the head and ears of Mickey Mouse, often referred to by Disney aficionados as a "Classic Mickey."
Some were purposely put there by the Disney Imaginers and others I think are the imagination of the Disney fans like me. I wanted to spend my birthday playing the game and eating Tonga Toast at the Disney Polynesian Kona Café (favorite meal.) I’m also on a quest to stay at each Disney property, so this trip we stayed at the Coronado Springs Resort and started the game there. I got an App for my phone to make locating them a little easier. I couldn’t find some – but the one that is projected onto the far wall of the reception area is my favorite. If you go to the Disney resorts years from now, check with me because I love this game and will probably find the 1,000 or so that are in the parks and resorts by then. I am also getting good at rating the various resort hotels – I think I’ve stayed at a dozen so far!
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