Camel: This is present outside Aladdin’s Magic Carpet ride. The camel “spits” on guests that walk by, but it isn’t operated by a machine. In fact, it is operated by a man nearby who judges whether or not he can hit the unsuspecting visitors.
Liberty Square: The brownish winding path in this area of Disney World is meant to represent raw sewage that flowed down the streets of Colonial America, since indoor plumbing wasn’t yet invented.
Doors: A convenience lacking in all Disney bathrooms, except in the Animal Kingdom. For security purposes, it’s the only park with enclosed bathrooms so if wild animals escape, guests can hide there with the doors locked. Don’t worry; this event hasn’t happened… yet!
Walt Disney World’s Polynesian Resort: The resort where The Beatles broke up forever. On December 29, 1974, while vacationing at Disney World, John Lennon finally signed the paperwork that broke up the band.
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