Sleep over at one of WDW parks, where would you pick??

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Re: Sleep over at one of WDW parks, where would you pick??

Post by Tiger87 » Oct Sun 12, 2014 12:09 pm

The Haunted Mansion would be my first pick....but i have a long list of other places

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Re: Sleep over at one of WDW parks, where would you pick??

Post by SeasDiver » Oct Tue 21, 2014 1:48 pm

Not sure about current procedures, but in the 90's, the hurricane response cast members for Land/Imagination/Seas would overnight at the Living Seas since it is so heavily built.

I have slept overnight at The Living Seas. When I was working there, I slipped, fell, ripped my leg open (1/2 dozen stitches), and did not want to do the 90 minute drive back to the coast. The benches in the education room were not very comfortable.

I seem to recall a program in the 90's (but have not been able to find anything documented on it) through the Youth Education Programs that did have a sleepover at The Living Seas. I may be wrong and mixing it up with other aquariums that have similar programs though.
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Re: Sleep over at one of WDW parks, where would you pick??

Post by L3PCT » Nov Thu 13, 2014 12:50 pm

SeasDiver wrote:Not sure about current procedures, but in the 90's, the hurricane response cast members for Land/Imagination/Seas would overnight at the Living Seas since it is so heavily built.

I have slept overnight at The Living Seas. When I was working there, I slipped, fell, ripped my leg open (1/2 dozen stitches), and did not want to do the 90 minute drive back to the coast. The benches in the education room were not very comfortable.

I seem to recall a program in the 90's (but have not been able to find anything documented on it) through the Youth Education Programs that did have a sleepover at The Living Seas. I may be wrong and mixing it up with other aquariums that have similar programs though.

So sorry about your leg!!! yikes!!

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Re: Sleep over at one of WDW parks, where would you pick??

Post by Sharonofwindham » Nov Mon 17, 2014 12:22 am

theBIGyowski wrote:
packwingfn wrote:Sleep in one of the logs at Splash Mountain just like Cory and Shawn did in Boy Meets World Disney Episode.

or how about the house at the dock by the loading area near the Jungle Cruise?
or even sleeping in one of the boats on the Jungle Cruise?
Great idea!! Those big cushions would make for a comfy bed :)

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Re: Sleep over at one of WDW parks, where would you pick??

Post by L3PCT » Nov Mon 17, 2014 1:16 pm

tonight I would like to book a room (if they existed) in Epcot's United Kingdom overlooking the pretty gardens!! :-D

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Re: Sleep over at one of WDW parks, where would you pick??

Post by Amy » Nov Mon 17, 2014 5:55 pm

L3PCT wrote:tonight I would like to book a room (if they existed) in Epcot's United Kingdom overlooking the pretty gardens!! :-D
That would be pretty!

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Re: Sleep over at one of WDW parks, where would you pick??

Post by Marty Moose » Nov Tue 18, 2014 2:54 pm

I'd want the Cinderella suite, but be able to wander the Magic Kingdom in the middle of the night. I've always been curious about how much work it takes while the park is closed to keep it open. If that makes sense.

I also think it would be cool if the Hollywood Tower Hotel really accepted guests. (Just stay off the elevators when it is storming.)
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Re: Sleep over at one of WDW parks, where would you pick??

Post by sag746 » Jan Sat 03, 2015 3:37 pm

I would sleep on the steps, by the lake, in front of Italy in EPCOT
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Re: Sleep over at one of WDW parks, where would you pick??

Post by sag746 » Jan Sat 03, 2015 3:37 pm

Or in the graveyard infrint if the Haunted Mansion
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Re: Sleep over at one of WDW parks, where would you pick??

Post by grimmghosts96 » Jan Wed 21, 2015 9:38 am

A few places would be cool...

I'd love to sleep in the Spanish Fortress part of the line to PotC or the caves you wait in for Splash Mountain.

Also, the big room in the Star Tours queue where C3PO is talking would be fun too

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