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    After a busy day at the parks what do you do to relax





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    I rarely relax. I sometimes throw myself down on the bed and watch the Rachel Maddow show or do the laundry but that's about it. In the evening we quite often hit DTD so I would call that relaxing too. Sitting down doesnt happen though.

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    Great question!

    Hmmm, a drink at the pool bar comes immediately to mind (I know you're all shocked!). Perhaps a dip in the pool, but more likely sitting poolside reading a book. We do love the poolside movies on the outdoor screen. TBH, and not to overstate the OCD that is me, I find it relaxing preparing for the next day - plotting park stops, laying out clothes, refilling our water bottles, etc.




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    In the evenings, if it is early enough, like to relax at the resort either pool side (like we did when we stayed at PORFQ, and Poly) or by one of the fire pits or fire places at AK. Of course it always helps to have a glass of wine or a pint to sample!

    We did enjoy just hanging out on the boardwalk and people watching from our balcony at BW.










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    We tend to go back to the villa to laze by the pool with a cup if tea and biscuits - yes I know, typically English

    We then get changed and go out for a meal or for a walk at the BoardWalk or DTD.









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    Relaxing is sleeping in! Lol.

    I do like to people watch as well












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    Have a drink somewhere. Either at the resort, or at DTD. Depends upon the mood, the resort, the day. Or, go back to the resort and have a drink and a rest at the villa.

    Stroll around the resort, or DTD, or boardwalk... again, depends on where we are, how the day went. That sort of thing.






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    Quote Originally Posted by robertcraig, post: 305808
    After a busy day at the parks what do you do to relax
    Sleep!
    We only get to go during the busy periods when the parks are open until late - if they are open late then we are in them :D

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    We really don't do parks that much and when we do it's in small chunks with the odd exception being a late magic kingdom night for a party night or something.

    In fact now I come to think of it, we're seldom in the parks in the day time it's almost always evening.

    Relaxing is generally a nice bottle of wine at a restaurant somewhere
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    We dont! We leave the hotel first thing and we get back late at night and so we go straight to bed - no time to relax, there are rides to be done out there!!



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