What do you think? Bathroom sign in Italy? Or at Tokyo DisneySea? Here's the setting right outside the bathroom. And those of you looking closely, pay no attention to the group of people wearing headgear featuring Experiment 626 . Squint a little bit and tell me that you're not transported to Italy, right? That little detail of the men's restroom sign is just another data point on *why* Tokyo DisneySea is the most impressive of all the Disney Parks you can visit in the world. Or at least...the most impressive one that I've been to so far. I know Galaxy's Edge is going to change that, but for now, I'll stand by Tokyo DisneySea as the top dog. Also, all of my posts featuring Experiment 626 - or who you might know as Stitch - can be found here . Turns out, before now, they were all posts about Disney Pins that we either purchased or traded for during our trips to Walt Disney World.
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The last time I posted about a Disney Pin was back in November of last year , but as we were sorting out some of our traders vs. keepers, I came across some of the finds that the kids had secured sometime between last fall and now. I'll post a few of these over the next few days, starting with these two: a Pumba one on the left. And a Stitch one on the right. Both of these are, surprisingly, not scrappers. They have nice edges, strongly-printed backs and clear writing on the reverse. They also are super smooth on the front with evenly-applied enamel. The Pumba one is a cast member exclusive pin with a "Hidden Mickey" but the Stitch one appears to be one that was either part of a collection sold at a store or maybe in a blind bag. Neither of them are very rare - based on the prices they're fetching on eBay.
Yesterday was the Passholder version . Today is one of the 'normal' versions that the team at Disney World put out during their annual Very Merry Christmas Party. This one opens just like the Passholder version but features Lilo and Stitch and a 'sandman' that is their version of a snowman. This one, too, is destined for one of the girls' pin boards in their new rooms.
The Babe picked out this set of 'Cross Stitch Booster' pins down at the Magic Kingdom earlier this year because she thought they were 'Minecraft' pins. It is a nice set that she wore on her lanyard for most of the trip. For those of you who are uninitiated (or just don't care), there's Mickey the Mouse, Dumbo, Pooh Bear and Stitch. They each have 2 pinbacks on each of them. The Pooh Bear one is the biggest and the best one, imho. We've started to put some of the girls pins on a corkboard in their room, but since we're not settled, that is just a stopgap measure. But, even though it is just temporary, these pins are prominent on that board.