Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Jun 19, 2012
    Ryan from OH Asked

    Ok I need some input! I am 24 and Ive been to Disney 8 times. I am getting married in 3 weeks and taking my wife, we are staying at key west. My question/dilemma is, I want to see something new, are there secrets to be discovered and new sights to see?

    Ryan,

    There are SO MANY great, new experiences that you can share together. The thing to remember is that just being at Walt Disney World is special. So don't feel the need to go overboard with the added surprises, since being there is already a treat. But here are a few ideas;

    Dine in The Epcot World Showcase: I know you are saying to yourself "That's nothing new!". But consider dining in a different way. Instead of a sit down meal, think instead of a romantic walking meal. Start in Canada or Mexico, and walk the world showcase. Stop at the food stands and counter service restaurants and get one thing to share. Maybe it is a crepe from France, a churro from Mexico, or a drink from any of the other countries. The point is, share, explore, and relax.

    Something Nuovo: Maybe you want to sit down to eat? Try Tutto Gusto in Italy for a lighter, shared meal in a new setting. Romantic, delicious, and fun.

    Try the queues: We are all so trained to find the shortest wait times for rides that we miss the great queue enhancements. Go on the new Dumbo and see the fun waiting area where waiting in line in the big top is fun. Don't miss the entertaining queue area at the Haunted Mansion, where the humor and interactivity come together.

    Those are just a few ideas. Write me back with more of what kinds of things you are looking for, and when you were there last, and I can come up with other ideas!

    Have a magical vacation!
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