Okay so apparently Google did one of their Street Views of Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, because it’s the one year anniversary, and staged “Easter Eggs” for people to find.
Then to make sure you found them they just took photos and promoted them on the Disney Parks Blog. Which kind of defeats the purpose of looking for “Easter Eggs” but hey, I’m sure there are more hidden ones than what they showed. I get it. If you go to all the trouble, and likely expense, to get Google to do this you probably want to make sure everyone sees it.
Some of the Easter Eggs include:
A sports jersey with the name “McQueen” and the number “95” from the Cars movies.
A guest dressed as Sid from the first Toy Story film.
A shirt featuring the Buy n Large logo from the Pixar films.
A Guest playing Miguel’s guitar from Coco
A toy version of the Pizza Planet Truck from Toy Story.
The number A113 that represents a classroom from Cal Arts that is in every Pixar film.
There you go! Take a look and see if you can find them. There are probably more besides the ones they featured. It’s okay if you can’t find them though, there’s photos of a lot of them for you.
I do think having the Google Street Views of inside the park is helpful for first time visitors that want to plan where they will go and have a feel for what to expect. In that regard it’s a really good idea. However, for me personally, I would rather have lower prices than stuff like this.
What do you think? Comment and let us know!
Source: Disney Parks Blog
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