Nov. 9, 2011 at 8:47 AM ET
Updated on 11/10 at 7:30 a.m. ET:
Matt revealed that he was located at the "top of Europe" this morning, standing at the Jungfraujoch research center in the Swiss Alps.
Did you guess correctly from Matt's teasers? If not, here's a quick breakdown of how you could have been clued in.
"Time is of the essence" hinted at Switzerland, which is famous for its clocks and watches; "train our sights" referred to the fact you need to take a train to get there. The clue also gave a nod to the very first Where in the World journey in 1998, where Matt landed in Cairo, in front of the Sphinx (this morning, Matt broadcast live from the Sphinx Observatory).
As for the picture clue below, it showed research equipment used by scientists at the high-altitude research center.
Were you correct? Natalie was about as close as anyone this morning when she guessed a location in the Swiss Alps where you need to take a train!
Updated at 9 p.m. ET with the high-res picture clue:
Matt explored the exotic Asian cultures of Malaysia for Day 3 of Where in the World.
Where will he end up tomorrow? Matt dropped two clues to help you figure it out.
Here's the clue Matt unveiled this morning on air:
Time is of the essence as we train our sights on where it all began for us back in 1998.
(Check out our slideshow of all of the 47 places Matt has visited during his Where in the World trips.)
Viewers can also unlock a second picture clue.
The mosaic below is a picture clue to his next destination. To fill the mosaic so that the clue is revealed, click "Add Me" below or simply tag your tweets with #WhereIsMatt. Encourage your friends to tweet #WhereIsMatt as well to help reveal the picture more quickly.
Here's the high-res photo for you to study in detail. And we'll explain both clues tomorrow morning right here after the mystery location is revealed.
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