One of the things that makes Disney World so special to me is all the "extra touches" they include. For me, these touches set them aside (and above) all other themeparks. You know the one's I mean...a trashcan isn't *just* a trashcan, a line is never *just* a line, every detail is thought out...every aspect is considered. Over the years, I've collected loads of these "bits and pieces" of magic...I thought I'd share a few with you in the hopes that you might share a few with me as well... So....did you know.... The American Adventure at Epcot is the only attraction at WDW to use forced-pespective...in reverse! The building is 5 stories tall, but designed to look like its only 3 stories. This was done by imagineers to make the 'host nation' look more grand and dramatic from across the World Showcase Lagoon. Next time your at the American Adventure check out the size of the doors and windows, there huge! ...and did you know... When youâ€™re in line for Indiana Jones you go past a well, to the right of the entrance I believe...when you do, pull on the rope...and listen carefully! ...and did you know... While going through the queue for Rockin' Roller Coaster listen at the doors to Studios A and B, you will hear sounds from real recording sessions some of which can from Aerosmith's recordings for the coaster. So then....share some of yours!!