Where Is Tiny Traveler Today Sweepstakes (Daily Answers) 3/21/17 1PHD18+

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Sweeties Sweeps has your daily answers for the Scholastic Where Is Tiny Traveler Today Sweepstakes. Get them here and then enter for your chance to win a Walt Disney World Resort vacation for four people

Sweeties Sweeps has your daily answers for the Scholastic Where Is Tiny Traveler Today Sweepstakes. Get them here and then enter for your chance to win a Walt Disney World Resort vacation for four people

Eligibility: US, DC, 18 and older, and are the parent and/or legal guardian of at least one child who is currently 12 years of age or younger at the time of entry

Entry Dates: February 20, 2017 and ends March 21, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. ET

Random Drawing: on or about April 1, 2017

Website Entry Form | Official Rules

The Sweepstakes will feature one new clue each day for thirty days. Participants may provide answers for any number of daily clues for additional entries—limit one answer per day. For every correct answer, a participant will gain three entries. For every incorrect answer, a participant will gain one entry.

Daily Questions and Answers:

  • February 24th: Par t of The Jungle Cruise attraction at Magic Kingdom® Park resembles the trek down this river, which is the second longest in the world and whose surroundings are home to 2.5 million different insects. Amazon River
  • February 27: Buzz Lightyear would feel right at home here, where the only working space-shuttle site in the United States is located.  Merritt Island, Florida
  • February 28: In Māori mythology, Tiki was the first man in the world. Carvings of Tiki are found across various Polynesian cultures, including in this location.South Island, New Zealand
  • March 1: The Brothers Grimm honed their craft at this university as they wrote Little Briar-Rose, which is also the finale of Disney’s Festival of Fantasy Parade at Magic Kingdom Park. University of Marburg, Germany
  • March 2: The stunt airplanes in The Barnstormer attraction at Magic Kingdom Park got their start in this state nicknamed “The First in Flight.”Kitty Hawk, North Carolina
  • March 3: Finding Nemo’s Crush would love this location nicknamed “Surf City.” He could surf all year long thanks to swells from the North Pacific and the Southern Hemisphere. Huntington Beach, California
  • March 4: You’ll catch a glimpse of this 118-foot-tall tower designed by Enrique Alciati on the Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Caballeros attraction at Epcot. The Angel of Independence, Mexico City
  • March 5: Buffalo Bill Cody claimed to have killed 4,280 buffalo in about 18 months. Thankfully, today you can still spot buffalos roaming this national park. Badlands National Park, South Dakota
  • March 6: Often associated with the Brothers Grimm fairy tales, this evergreen forest is just as famous for cuckoo clocks as it is for witches and resembles the enchanted forest surrounding the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. Black Forest, Germany
  • March 7: You’ll see plenty of elephants when you board the bus at Kilimanjaro Safaris Expedition at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park a kid-friendly alternative to experiencing the majestic giants close up at this famous national park. Amboseli National Park, Kenya
  • March 8: This region is known for thatched-roof houses and as the birthplace of William Shakespeare. Stratford-upon-Avon, England
  • March 9: Where is the locale known as the “World’s Richest Deposits of Dinosaur Bones?” Alberta, Canada
  • March 10: You’ll see tigers as you wander along The Maharajah Jungle Trek attraction at Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park, but according to the World Wildlife Fund, one of the world’s largest tiger populations is actually found here.  Sundarbans, Bangladesh
  • March 11: Frozen Ever After might be one of the newest attractions at Epcot but this location is not new at all. In fact, it was formed more than 10,000 years ago.  Trolltunga, Norway
  • March 12: This Magic Kingdom Park Cinderella Castle doppelgånger may look medieval, but it’s really not. In fact, when the castle was built in the 19th century, it had toilets and an air-heating system! Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany
  • March 13: This vast desert was featured in many of the One Thousand and One Nights tales, including “Aladdin.” Its center is the Rub’ al Khali, one of the largest continuous bodies of sand in the world. Arabian Desert
  • March 14: This structure, featured prominently in the Soarin’® attraction at Epcot®, is the longest ever built by humans! The Great Wall, China
  • March 15: Fans of The Prince Charming Regal Carousel at Magic Kingdom® Park owe it all to this spot, where the very first carousel was built in 1780. Hanau, Germany
  • March 16: The Liberty Square Riverboat at Magic Kingdom® Park might be found on this river, which is about 2,350 miles long according to the National Parks Service (but this varies due to time of year and erosion.) the Mississippi River
  • March 17: This became our nation’s capital in 1790 and is where many (but not all!) of the presidents lived who featured in The Hall of Presidents attraction at Magic Kingdom® Park. Washington, D.C.
  • March 18: Featured in It’s a Small World attraction at Magic Kingdom Park,  local people call this capital city “Krungthep,” which is a shortened version of the city’s actual name. Bangkok, Thailand
  • March 19: The Château de Chambord, found in this location, served as the inspiration for the castle featured in Beauty and the Beast.  Loire Valley, France
  • March 20: The first American circus was held in this city. Alas, Dumbo the Flying Elephant did not make an appearance! Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • March 21: The 2,000-foot Tomorrowland Indy Speedway attraction at Magic Kingdom  Park doesn’t compare in size to this Grand Prix track, which is still the shortest in the world of F1 racing. Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo

Entry Limit: one per household per day

One (1) Grand Prize: 5-day/4-night vacation for four people comprising: four round-trip coach airfares between the major United States gateway airport closest to Grand Prize Winner’s residence and the Orlando International Airport; provided, however, if Grand Prize Winner resides within 250 miles of the Walt Disney World® Resort, airfare will not be provided; Four round-trip ground transfers between the Orlando International Airport and the Walt Disney World® Resort via Disney’s Magical Express® Service; provided, however, if Grand Prize Winner resides within 250 miles of the Walt Disney World® Resort, ground transfers will not be provided. Room accommodations consisting of one standard room (with a maximum of four persons per room) for four nights at a hotel at the Walt Disney World® Resort selected by Disney in its sole discretion; based on availability. Four 5-Day Magic Your Way Tickets with Park Hopper® Option. One Disney Gift Card with a value of $500.00 (subject to restrictions). One Disney Character Dining experience for four persons. Subject to availability. A Disney Gift Card will be provided to cover the expense of this experience. Subject to restrictions. One Welcome Basket in Grand Prize Winner’s Walt Disney World® Resort hotel room. ARV: $6,487.31

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  1. 2/28 South Island, New Zealand

  2. 3/1 University of Marburg, Germany

  3. 3/2 Kitty Hawk, North Carolina

  4. 3/3 Huntington Beach, California

  5. 3/5 Badlands National Park, South Dakota

  6. 3/6 Black Forest, Germany

  7. Thank you!

  8. 3/8 This region is known for thatched-roof houses and as the birthplace of William Shakespeare.
    Stratford-upon-Avon, England

  9. 3/11 Tiny Traveler was at Trolltunga, Norway

  10. Michele T says:

    3/12 Neuschwanstein Castle

  11. Adam Horwitz says:

    3/13 Arabian Desert

  12. Michelle Bartley says:

    3/15 Hanau Germany

  13. Michele T says:

    3/15 Hanau, Germany

  14. HOPING

  15. Adam Horwitz says:

    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  16. Adam Horwitz says:

    3/21 Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo

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