Well....... not exactly. Alex used the Ice Castles in Utah, whereas Lindsey used the Ice Castles in Colorado.
And what's the song?
"Let It Go" from the Disney movie, Frozen of course. Check it out, it's pretty darn cool.
Also if you're interested in finding out where this was filmed, you can check out The ICE CASTLES AT SILVERTHORNE. They are an unparalleled creation of walkways, illuminated ice formations, tunnels, and arches – made entirely out of ice and designed with the visitor in mind. These massive and dynamic ice structures are nearly 30 feet high, and collectively measure over 10,000 tons.
On a recent blog entry, Oprah.com described the Silverthorne Ice Castles as “magical...twinkling and sense-defying and straight out of fairy tales.” The post went on to say, “of all the gorgeous pictures on the internet of incredible structures made of ice (and to be sure there are many.), I'm most moved by Brent Christensen's Silverthorne Ice Castle, a cavernous, surreal-looking place that looks as if it were constructed by an army of icy elves, or else appeared on its own in an enchanted forest.”
This is definitely another great place added to mine and Ryan's wishlist of places to visit. A-ma-zing.