View Full Version : romantic things at disney?
31-01-2009, 01:09 PM
What would you do if you had a couple of days there with no kids? I've already thought of dinner at the california grill, perhaps a boat ride from port orleans?
31-01-2009, 02:31 PM
My DW and I celebrated our anniversary there one year with dinner at Victoria and Alberts!
Hard to beat that one I think.
Tom (who's a romantic at heart)
01-02-2009, 03:09 AM
Watching the fireworks from a hammock on the beach of the Fort Wilderness campgrounds.
A bench in a secluded spot of EPCOT after all the other guests have "cattle called" their way out of the park.
Two of the most romantic things at Disney and it doesn't cost a dime!
01-02-2009, 03:40 AM
Becca...that is romantic!
Victoria and Alberts doesnt really do much for me...sorry Tom!
01-02-2009, 06:35 AM
Carriage ride Carriage ride Carriage ride :yes:
There are a few different places you can do them and they are wonderful!!!!
One time, we'd just purchased some items for a light lunch at the little bakery in France (a cheese plate, and a couple of other things that escape me now, oh and some wine). When we got outdoors with our lunch it was raining. We had a huge golf umbrella with us, so we popped it up and sat rightnexttoeachother under the 'brella and enjoyed our lunch.
We had many passersby smile...
The Bistro de Paris is our new "romantic" place... the degustation (tasting) menu with wine selection is wonderful. The server we had suggested we share it, and it worked out just fine. :yes:
Walking...we love to walk and there are any number of opportunities to walk at WDW. There is the lovely walk from OKW to DTD (with or without the side trip to SSR). There are all sorts of places to walk within resorts...
Oooooh, and if you promise not to tell, Spaceship Earth has some really dark spots (as in you can't see a thing dark)... perfect for a kiss, yes? :D :D
01-02-2009, 02:29 PM
Oh well then... I'll PM you. :wink: :lol:
Lessee...if it's cool outdoors, snuggled up under a wrap of some sort watching Illuminations...from a vantage point that doesn't include loads of others. (You have to be flexible on where that vantage point might be).
Sharing. At least that works for us. Sharing one of those pricey whatevers...sips from the same flute...you get the idea. (Uh huh...romance to us/me generally involves food and nice wine... :sigh: :D ).
Talking, alone. Together. Whether over a snack, meal or not... just sitting, letting it flow around you and talking... the lower promontory in the UK (between UK and France) is ideal for this. :D
Much will of course, depend upon what defines romance to you and your partner, eh?
We are solitary folk, so it usually includes seeking out private like places and interacting with one another. It can also be fun based though too!
Nothing more fun that to have Herself buried in my shoulder as we go down the flume of Splash Mountain! :laugh: It's one of those "you'd have to be us" to appreciate moments, but it's romantic for all that! :D
01-02-2009, 02:41 PM
Tink!!! You're such a romantic!!! :D
All of those ideas are lovely!!
You know, I've never considered myself a "solitary" person, but when Jon and I are together, I find myself more and more enjoying the solitude...
01-02-2009, 02:41 PM
I really like the Bistro de Paris ideas...putting those on my list as a "must do" for October...
Is this where I tell you that once upon a time, when forced by my evil sister to attend one of those girlie lingerie parties, I won the prize for least romantic person there? :lol:
My idea of romance is a bit off the mark, I'd say. LOL.
01-02-2009, 03:01 PM
Well then perhaps we're on the same "off mark" because I find your ideas lovely :D
Now about Bistro de Paris...hmmmm, maybe I'll start a separate thread...
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