Nap-worthy attractions

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Re: Nap-worthy attractions

Post by Belle1082 » Aug Mon 27, 2012 11:28 am

I've definitely taken a 'cat nap' in CoP or the American Adventure. It is tough when you are so tired and you finally get a chance to sit down and rest your feet. I can sleep pretty much anywhere, so before you know it, I'm out like a light! haha

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Re: Nap-worthy attractions

Post by Amy » Aug Mon 27, 2012 12:28 pm

Belle1082 wrote:I've definitely taken a 'cat nap' in CoP or the American Adventure. It is tough when you are so tired and you finally get a chance to sit down and rest your feet. I can sleep pretty much anywhere, so before you know it, I'm out like a light! haha
Yeah, we always have to go to the American Adventure at least twice because my Mom always sleeps through it :lol:

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Re: Nap-worthy attractions

Post by figmentaholic » Aug Tue 28, 2012 12:38 pm

I feel so bad about the American Adventure. It sounds like no one really enjoys it, they all just go there to sleep. I actually do like it, though admittedly I haven't been in a few years just cause its low on my list of things to see in our limited amount of time.
I hate to admit it but I haven't seen the updates since the added Obama.. haha
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Re: Nap-worthy attractions

Post by Amy » Aug Tue 28, 2012 3:42 pm

figmentaholic wrote:I feel so bad about the American Adventure. It sounds like no one really enjoys it, they all just go there to sleep. I actually do like it, though admittedly I haven't been in a few years just cause its low on my list of things to see in our limited amount of time.
I hate to admit it but I haven't seen the updates since the added Obama.. haha
Oh no, F1gment really enjoys the attraction, she just can't help herself. It's dark, cool (or warm), she's sitting down, there's soothing music :lol:
Obama is in the Hall of Presidents - different park ;)

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Re: Nap-worthy attractions

Post by dstrawn9889 » Aug Tue 28, 2012 10:12 pm

Amy wrote:
figmentaholic wrote:I feel so bad about the American Adventure. It sounds like no one really enjoys it, they all just go there to sleep. I actually do like it, though admittedly I haven't been in a few years just cause its low on my list of things to see in our limited amount of time.
I hate to admit it but I haven't seen the updates since the added Obama.. haha
Oh no, F1gment really enjoys the attraction, she just can't help herself. It's dark, cool (or warm), she's sitting down, there's soothing music :lol:
Obama is in the Hall of Presidents - different park ;)
dont you mean they added him to casey jr's area? didnt they double capacity with him? :wink:
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Re: Nap-worthy attractions

Post by Belle1082 » Aug Wed 29, 2012 9:43 am

figmentaholic wrote:I feel so bad about the American Adventure. It sounds like no one really enjoys it, they all just go there to sleep. I actually do like it, though admittedly I haven't been in a few years just cause its low on my list of things to see in our limited amount of time.
I hate to admit it but I haven't seen the updates since the added Obama.. haha
I totally enjoy the American Adventure - really I do - but when you finally sit down and it is dark and comfy and you've been walking all day - my eyes begin to close and I can't help it. Best thing to fall asleep to though. hehe

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Re: Nap-worthy attractions

Post by figmentaholic » Sep Mon 03, 2012 8:31 pm

Amy wrote:
figmentaholic wrote:I feel so bad about the American Adventure. It sounds like no one really enjoys it, they all just go there to sleep. I actually do like it, though admittedly I haven't been in a few years just cause its low on my list of things to see in our limited amount of time.
I hate to admit it but I haven't seen the updates since the added Obama.. haha
Oh no, F1gment really enjoys the attraction, she just can't help herself. It's dark, cool (or warm), she's sitting down, there's soothing music :lol:
Obama is in the Hall of Presidents - different park ;)



Oops.. well, crud.. sorry.. I guess I need my Disney license revoked, haha I mixed up the two attractions, LOL
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Re: Nap-worthy attractions

Post by Amy » Sep Mon 03, 2012 8:33 pm

figmentaholic wrote:
Amy wrote:
figmentaholic wrote:I feel so bad about the American Adventure. It sounds like no one really enjoys it, they all just go there to sleep. I actually do like it, though admittedly I haven't been in a few years just cause its low on my list of things to see in our limited amount of time.
I hate to admit it but I haven't seen the updates since the added Obama.. haha
Oh no, F1gment really enjoys the attraction, she just can't help herself. It's dark, cool (or warm), she's sitting down, there's soothing music :lol:
Obama is in the Hall of Presidents - different park ;)
Oops.. well, crud.. sorry.. I guess I need my Disney license revoked, haha I mixed up the two attractions, LOL
Sounds like you need a return trip to WDW to brush up on your attractions instead!!

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Re: Nap-worthy attractions

Post by figmentaholic » Sep Tue 04, 2012 3:14 pm

Amy wrote:
figmentaholic wrote:
Amy wrote: Oh no, F1gment really enjoys the attraction, she just can't help herself. It's dark, cool (or warm), she's sitting down, there's soothing music :lol:
Obama is in the Hall of Presidents - different park ;)
Oops.. well, crud.. sorry.. I guess I need my Disney license revoked, haha I mixed up the two attractions, LOL
Sounds like you need a return trip to WDW to brush up on your attractions instead!!



Not till February.... *sadface*
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Re: Nap-worthy attractions

Post by Sleepy90 » Sep Wed 05, 2012 1:49 am

figmentaholic wrote:Not till February.... *sadface*
That is only 146 days we are half way there :D

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Re: Nap-worthy attractions

Post by figmentaholic » Sep Fri 07, 2012 9:20 am

Sleepy90 wrote:
figmentaholic wrote:Not till February.... *sadface*
That is only 146 days we are half way there :D


Yeah normally between work and all the craziness of the holidays, Nov. and Dec. go fast.. but waiting for Jan. and Feb to pass, *THAT* is torture.
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Re: Nap-worthy attractions

Post by Goofyfan » Sep Sat 15, 2012 4:11 pm

I still say Capt. EO ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ. :roll: :goofy:
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Re: Nap-worthy attractions

Post by Amy » Sep Sat 15, 2012 10:20 pm

Goofyfan wrote:I still say Capt. EO ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ. :roll: :goofy:
But how can you sleep in there? It's sooooo loud! :shock:

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Re: Nap-worthy attractions

Post by Chuckus95 » Sep Wed 19, 2012 9:40 am

Wonders of China . . . actually pretty much any of the World Showcase "attractions"
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Re: Nap-worthy attractions

Post by Goofyfan » Sep Thu 20, 2012 5:13 pm

Amy wrote:
Goofyfan wrote:I still say Capt. EO ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ. :roll: :goofy:
But how can you sleep in there? It's sooooo loud! :shock:


Something about Michael Jackson saving the world.........Just can't see it. Can't get into it. Plus. after being at Disney all day, You get a good tired feeling. :D :goofy:
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