Where is this?

Representation of the Roman Roads.

I had the opportunity to visit one of my favorite places again recently – kind of a world tour if you will.  Guess where it is?  Here are some photos first.

Short visit to Italy


Germany anyone?
China along the way
Patriotism for the U.S. is evident in this place.
Inside the American Adventure there is patriotic music, flags of nations, special themes, video reflection on the USA.


The Promise of America.  American Adventure showcases the importance of those who came to the U.S. over the ages and contributed to the building of a nation, and  allows those who want to enter for a new life and opportunity to do so under the law of the land.  The Statue of Liberty still shines bright.  (Rendition by Artist Herbert Ryman, 1982)

Westword Ho!  From the east to the west those who ventured for a new life in the U.S.A. endured many hardships to create for themselves one nation under God, with Liberty and Justice for all – and the pursuit of happiness.  Countless souls lost their lives to experience the opportunities while establishing the western U.S. (Rendition by Artist Jack Martin Smith, 1982)
Who is this?  Looks like part of the Scandinavian folklore.  
Can you locate the vegetative images from a popular animated movie?
This photo should confirm your suspicions.  You guessed it right!  Disney World Orlando – Epcot.  I returned this past week and decided to provide more updates.  

I’m curious.  Who has not gone to Disney World in Orlando, Florida?  If you haven’t what would you like to see if you were able to go?

For those who have gone, what is your favorite at Epcot?  I’ll post my favorite ones later.

(The Promise of America and Westword Ho! artwork in this blog is photography from Disney Imagineering in Epcot’s American Adventure.  Personal notes were added to the caption.)

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