Disney’s Pop Century Resort

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Play-Doh Pete, the artful child made famous on classic Play-Doh
containers, joins a bright blue elephant and other larger-than-life
Play-Doh creations at Disney's Pop Century Resort.

PLAY-DOH PACHYDERM: Play-Doh Pete, the artful child made famous on
classic Play-Doh containers, joins a bright blue elephant and other
larger-than-life Play-Doh creations at Disney’s Pop Century Resort.
The newest value-category hotel at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake
Buena Vista, Fla., the resort pays tribute to pop culture of the
20th century. The four-story Play-Doh container anchors the 1960s
section of the hotel, while peace signs, Duncan Yo-Yos,
retro-flowers and tie-dyed colors adorn the exterior of the 1960s
lodge buildings. Sharp-eyed guests can spot “thumbprints” on the
Play-Doh elephant’s ears, designed to look like a child molded the
colorful pachyderm. (Permission is hereby granted to intended
addressee magazine and newspaper to reproduce this picture for
addressee’s editorial news use only. Copyright 2003, THE WALT
DISNEY COMPANY.) 0610AX_1000