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  • On Jan 2, 2012
    Brittany from OH Asked

    My husband and I will be heading to Walt Disney World in March for our honeymoon. While we want to enjoy as much Disney Magic as possible, we also want to relax while on the trip. Aside from dining and spas, what other relaxing things would you suggest?

    Hi Brittany,

    Congratulations on the wedding!

    Relaxing is in the eye of the beholder. I think some of my fellow panelists would say that Tower of Terror is relaxing :-)  But what I think you're getting at is that you want to find some calm and romantic activities. There are plenty of those at Walt Disney World. Here are some ideas:

    - Miniature golf. There are two courses at Walt Disney World.
    - Movies. The AMC theater at Downtown Disney shows the latest film releases. They even have a special area where you can eat a real meal with silverware while you watch.
    - Rent a surrey-style bike. Many of the resorts rent these by the hour.
    - Enjoy the Characters in Flight hot air balloon ride at Downtown Disney.
    - Go on a horsedrawn carriage ride. Available at Port Orleans and Fort Wilderness.
    - Explore Epcot's World Showcase. It's like going for a hand-in-hand stroll across the globe.
    - Take a swim. Every Disney resort has pools that are heated year-round.
    - Take a tour. There are backstage tours of many of the areas of Walt Disney World. These are usually at an adult pace with loads of entertainment and education.
    - Rent a boat. There are several levels of water crafts and water sports to choose from, including speedy jetskis and lazy pontoon boats.

    Please write back and let us know which types of experiences you're interested in and we'll be happy to provide more details.
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Meet the Panelist: Erin, New York

I have three teenage daughters. We're DVC members obsessed with Disney travel. We've been to Walt Disney World countless times and have visited Disneyland & Disneyland Paris. We've taken several Adventures by Disney and Disney Cruise trips. Learn More About Erin

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