What People Are Saying About… Hidden Mickeys Go To Sea, 3rd Edition

By Steve Barrett


WDW Hints – Amy Bilsky
Our Hidden Mickeys book is a staple on every Disney trip we take and when we go on a Disney cruise we will be sure to take the cruise version of Steven’s book. I think it’s as important to pack as a traditional guidebook.

Mouseinfo.com – Joey Inigo
This brand new second edition of Hidden Mickeys Go To Sea follows exactly where the last one left off documenting every possible instance of the Mickey icon in the lobbies, pools, restaurants, and passageways of these luxury liners.

Meet the Magic – Natalie Henley
The books are wonderful for everyone who enjoys scavenger hunts. What is really great is that children and adults can play the game. The adult will read the clues aloud, then each hunts out the Hidden Mickey seeing who can spot it quicker than the other!

The Geek’s Library – Jason Dziegielewski
If you are a fan of the series, looking for a fun way to explore the ship on your next cruise or just enjoy Hidden Mickeys this work should be high on your list.

Amazon review (5 stars) – D. Freeze
It is amazing that and only 111 pages how much information the author got into this book. I cannot wait until I get on the Disney Dream and can do a scavenger hunt. I also look forward to looking for the Hidden Mickey’s at Castaway Cay and at the port. This book is a must buy for anybody who is going on a Disney cruise


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