Another weekend is upon us, and what a lovely week it has been too - as evidenced by sunny pictures from Disneyland, Sea World, the Los Angeles Zoo, and fantastic guest shots of Walt Disney World. We really look forward the weekend and hope you do too.

Walt Disney World Resort Orlando, FL

We start off in Florida this week with these great shots of the Magic Kingdom sent to us by reader WDWizard.

We start off in Bay Lake in front of the Magic Kingdom, as WDWizard took off on the boats from the Ticket and Transportation Center toward Magic Kingdom, these are the hotels that you see:

Sea World
Orlando, Fl
Our lovely SummerInFl presents us with a tease of just a few photos of Sea World. Is it just me or does the water always seem bluer at Sea World

Disneyland Resort Anaheim, Ca

We always seem to get luck with lots of great Disneyland visuals. And this week is no exception with PhotoMatt, Hollywood1939, and Fishbulb all checking in with glorious pixels.

Tinkerbell greets you above the Disneyland Resort sign on Harbor Blvd.

The Bank of Main Street wants your money little boy

One of the most romantic places on earth. Many a man has proposed to his true love in this spot.

Billy Hill and the Hillbillies

Somewhere there is a Swiss family wishing they had their tree-house back

This is Magnolia Park, a small garden resting spot next to the Haunted Mansion and New Orleans Square Train Station

Urn in the loading area of the Haunted Mansion

Grim grinning ghosts come out to socialize

Still in the shower since 1955

Front side of water

Lots of entertainment in the parks for Spring Break, you can see a group performing on the island stage.


Splash Cat

DCA snap dragons

Pacific Warf

Oh boy, candy corn! Heimlich's candy corn garden in a Bug's Land

Disneyland Hotel waterfalls. There are a lot of maintenance problems (and roped off sections) in this area, but it sure is pretty!

It's blue-tiful

Los Angeles Zoo
Los Angeles, Ca

PhotoMatt visits the LA Zoo and takes us on a photo safari. Food prices were generally higher than Disneyland (hard to believe but true) and the choices were very limited. Perhaps as a result, most people seemed to bring their own lunches.

A basic annual membership is $45 for one person and a basic family membership is only $75, so admission is a great value.

The zoo is hilly and big, so wear comfortable walking shoes. It will take a full day to see everything if you like to stop and observe the animals. Matt suggests seeing the Australia section first because the koalas are more likely to be awake in the mornings. "They are SOOOO cute!" Consider visiting to help plan your LA Zoo adventure.

Eye Spy
Hello! Who are you? Where in the Disney Universe can you find these little beauties?

Eye Spy # 1

Eye Spy #2 - This is a tough one

Eye Spy Answers from last week:

EYE SPY #1 - Arnold in his buff days as pictured in a time capsule at
WDW's Pop Century Resort

EYE SPY #2 - Picnic area at Tokyo Disney Sea

BONUS: EYE SPY #3 - The bottom of the Manatee tank at Epcot's Living Seas

And that brings us to the end of another week. Our photographers have just enough time to reload their cameras before we see you all again in just 7 more days. Thank you to all of our wonderful readers and as always, a huge thank you to our amazing team of global photographers, spies, and gossips:

* Special Guest - WDWizard
* Jack "Hollywood 1939" Wixom
* SummerInFl
* PhotoMatt
* Fishbulb
* Your Editor - Dustysage

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