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Re: Adult options at WDW

Post by laurie5658 » Oct Fri 11, 2013 8:21 am

:lol: It's the language of the cool kids ;) :cool: :lol:
You've got that right!!!!!! :goofy_bounce:
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Re: Adult options at WDW

Post by Belle1082 » Oct Fri 11, 2013 11:23 am

It actually makes me really happy when my husband understands this kind of language. He had never been to DW until he met me...his first trip was in 2008 and since then has been to Disney parks 6 times with me and my family! :-)

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Re: Adult options at WDW

Post by GoldenBear » Oct Fri 11, 2013 1:12 pm

Amy wrote:
cy1229 wrote:
laurie5658 wrote:ADR is now officially set for R&C!! Woot!
You know you're a WDW nut when you understand a sentence like this one that an ordinary person would find cryptic at best.
:lol: It's the language of the cool kids ;) :cool: :lol:
Or if you are reading an eye chart :wink:

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Re: Adult options at WDW

Post by I am Sulley » Oct Sat 12, 2013 1:02 pm

Belle1082 wrote:Whaaat?!?! That is such a fun place!!! Especially at night...it totally has the pub feel and everyone is so friendly! And I love me a good pour of Guinness!
Not to mention the Bass bitter even if it's not the "Real" UK version

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Re: Adult options at WDW

Post by Sharonofwindham » Oct Sat 12, 2013 3:20 pm

Amy wrote:
Sharonofwindham wrote:We always love the World Showcase at night. But that is pretty much geared toward adults, so no surprise there. I think doing WDW childless has so many perks. I love it with kids as well, but it's a whole different kind of trip. When it's adults only you can take things slower, go where you want to go, and stay as long as you want :mickey: I really love Animal Kingdom, and I could literally observe the animals all day. With animals you have to be patient. We waited for over an hour once for them to bring a tiger into the exam room at Rafiki's Planet Watch. It was definitely worth the wait! :ccat:
Did they let you know they were going to be bringing a tiger in at some point or did you simply luck out?
Wizzard419 wrote:I forgot, does WDW allow you to smoke anywhere you want? I know DLR has limits on it's property.
There are designated smoking areas. That being said, guests don't always stick to those areas :(
We didn't know prior to taking the train to what was then, Conservation Station, but a cast member in that area told us she would be coming in as soon as they could get her tranquilized, and she gave them a bit of trouble with that. :shock:

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Re: Adult options at WDW

Post by Sharonofwindham » Oct Sat 12, 2013 3:30 pm

laurie5658 wrote:Oh speaking of Studios, if any of you haven't done this yet...grab a bench on Sunset Blvd and wait for the street characters to come out and "play". They are so hilarious!!!! Love them all!
I LOVE THEM SO MUCH :goofy_bounce: :hm_ghost: :hatter_bounce:!!!

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Re: Adult options at WDW

Post by Sharonofwindham » Oct Sat 12, 2013 3:39 pm

Belle1082 wrote:Whaaat?!?! That is such a fun place!!! Especially at night...it totally has the pub feel and everyone is so friendly! And I love me a good pour of Guinness!
Love how you end up sitting with "strangers" here.

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Re: Adult options at WDW

Post by laurie5658 » Oct Sat 12, 2013 4:10 pm

Sharonofwindham wrote:
Belle1082 wrote:Whaaat?!?! That is such a fun place!!! Especially at night...it totally has the pub feel and everyone is so friendly! And I love me a good pour of Guinness!
Love how you end up sitting with "strangers" here.
I am so anxious to try it out. After all the years we have been to WDW we have never gone to R&C. What the heck LOL!
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Re: Adult options at WDW

Post by Amy » Oct Sat 12, 2013 4:11 pm

laurie5658 wrote:
Sharonofwindham wrote:
Belle1082 wrote:Whaaat?!?! That is such a fun place!!! Especially at night...it totally has the pub feel and everyone is so friendly! And I love me a good pour of Guinness!
Love how you end up sitting with "strangers" here.
I am so anxious to try it out. After all the years we have been to WDW we have never gone to R&C. What the heck LOL!
I'm surprised that you never wandered into the R&C if you enjoy a nice beer ~ Seems like an English pub would be a natural for y'all to check out!

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Re: Adult options at WDW

Post by laurie5658 » Oct Sat 12, 2013 4:18 pm

It just goes to show you that there is always something "new" to see at WDW!!! *even if it has been there forever LOL LOL*
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Re: Adult options at WDW

Post by wewantsdaredhead » Oct Sat 12, 2013 5:01 pm

laurie5658 wrote:It just goes to show you that there is always something "new" to see at WDW!!! *even if it has been there forever LOL LOL*
Are you going there after the half? If so we will look for you :) you seem like our type of fun!!!

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Re: Adult options at WDW

Post by laurie5658 » Oct Sat 12, 2013 6:45 pm

wewantsdaredhead wrote:
laurie5658 wrote:It just goes to show you that there is always something "new" to see at WDW!!! *even if it has been there forever LOL LOL*
Are you going there after the half? If so we will look for you :) you seem like our type of fun!!!
You bet Jim and I will be there. We purchased Jim's wristband this year as he didn't go to post-race last year and wish he had. Naps will be taken Saturday afternoon to prepare for a full night!!!!!
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Re: Adult options at WDW

Post by I am Sulley » Oct Sun 13, 2013 7:28 am

Amy wrote: I'm surprised that you never wandered into the R&C if you enjoy a nice beer ~ Seems like an English pub would be a natural for y'all to check out!
Compulsory! Hic! Hic! :lol:
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Re: Adult options at WDW

Post by Chuckus95 » Oct Mon 14, 2013 9:53 am

My wife and I waiting 14 years before having our first kid so we had a lot of "adult time" at WDW. Our favorite adult options are (in no particular order):

1. Having a glass (or more) of wine at the bar at Jiko.
2. Having a drink at Bellevue Lounge.
3. Having a drink and apps at Mizner's Lounge at the GF after a long day at MK
4. Walking around World Showcase at night
5. Dinner at California Grill
6. Walking the grounds at the Poly (we got married there so I may be a bit biased)
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Re: Adult options at WDW

Post by Belle1082 » Oct Mon 14, 2013 10:21 am

Sharonofwindham wrote:
Belle1082 wrote:Whaaat?!?! That is such a fun place!!! Especially at night...it totally has the pub feel and everyone is so friendly! And I love me a good pour of Guinness!
Love how you end up sitting with "strangers" here.
I know! It is the best!!

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