Do you or your family have a Walk Around the World brick near the Magic Kingdom, or did you Leave a Legacy at Epcot? If you have, would you like to share it with the PassPorter community?
Please, tell us where to find it, and (in the case of a brick) what information was engraved upon the brick. That way, whenever any of us visit Walt Disney World we'll have another way to share a bit of PassPorter community spirit.
Jennifer and I left our Legacy on September 30, 1999, the day before the official start of the Millennium Celebration. You can find our smiling faces at Epcot at West 6-A-3-10-8. That would mean the west side of the monument “garden” as you enter Epcot's main gate, sixth monument, tile plate column A, third tile plate, ten images up, and 8 images across.
What is Leave a Legacy
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For that matter, what is a Walk Around the World brick? The Walk Around the World is a brick-paved pathway that nearly encircles the Seven Seas Lagoon near the Magic Kingdom. Each brick is engraved with the name(s) and hometown of an individual, couple or family.
As with all else at Walt Disney World, you can purchase your own brick or Legacy. You'll find a kiosk for Walk Around the World just outside the gates of the Magic Kingdom, and you'll find Leave A Legacy kiosks just after you enter Epcot's main gate.
So, now it's your turn!
Co-Author, PassPorter Walt Disney World http://www.passporter.com/wdw/
[This message has been edited by Dave Marx (edited 03-31-2000).]