Most Romantic Spots in WDW

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Most Romantic Spots in WDW

muchlove I'm gathering information for some new blog posts and I could use your help! Let's crowd-source some Disney Romance!

What do you think that the most romantic places in Walt Disney World are? Why did you pick those places?

If you were planning a "low cost" romantic date night at Disney, where what would it be?

If you were planning a "sky's the limit" romantic date night at Disney, what would it be like?

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dinner for two at the cali grill, then a fireworks cruise

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senseicj wrote:
dinner for two at the cali grill, then a fireworks cruise

I second that!

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I'm planning my first vacation to disney, with just my wife, in over 27 years. I'll have to keep track of this post to see what suggestions you folks have.

I was think of dinner at either the Yacht Club, The Coral Reef, or The Cellier, but now sure what I want to do afterwards.

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I think Yachtmans is very romantic. My husband and I went three for our 10th Anniversary, before dinner we strolled along the boardwalk. We stopped at the pick-a-pearl Kiosk and I got a pearl and had it set into a necklace. It was dark by the time we came out and we took a boat ride around the lake. It was lovely.

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Kristen K. wrote:
I think Yachtmans is very romantic. My husband and I went three for our 10th Anniversary, before dinner we strolled along the boardwalk. We stopped at the pick-a-pearl Kiosk and I got a pearl and had it set into a necklace. It was dark by the time we came out and we took a boat ride around the lake. It was lovely.

that is nice my wife and i have done that she made a ring out of the pearl

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Kris1971 wrote:
senseicj wrote:
dinner for two at the cali grill, then a fireworks cruise

I second that!

I'll third that!

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Dinner at California Grill and a Fireworks cruise sounds fantastic!

What about low cost romance though? What do you suggest when people are trying to stay on a budget. Let's assume you already have park tickets, and just $100 to spend on a romantic night. What would you do?

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For pretty low budget, my husband and I like to walk the Boardwalk and then the World Showcase at night and enjoy some drinks. The WS and Boardwalk at night is my favorite time there. You could also enjoy some dancing at the Atlantic Dance Hall.

A horse-drawn carriage at Ft. Wilderness or Port Orleans would be romantic too.

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My boyfriend and I are going to do a night a MK alone (not with our group). I have always wanted to go on a date there. I think we might also go on a carriage ride and if I can convince him to do the Pick A Pearl, I will.

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Melissa W wrote:
For pretty low budget, my husband and I like to walk the Boardwalk and then the World Showcase at night and enjoy some drinks. The WS and Boardwalk at night is my favorite time there. You could also enjoy some dancing at the Atlantic Dance Hall.

A horse-drawn carriage at Ft. Wilderness or Port Orleans would be romantic too.

Me and hubby did the boardwalk/world showcase thing on our one night without kids our last trip and it was so much fun... When we go on our adult only trip we are going to be staying at the boardwalk so I'm sure the majority of our evenings will end like this

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When Lou and I went on our "engagecation" two years ago we found just wlaking around the port orleans french quarter at night to be very romantic and very free!

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I think just being in WDW with hubby is pretty romantic anyway Smile we really enjoyed our wishes cruise but we did share the boat with our parents lol

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ChipnDaleFan wrote:
"engagecation"

Love that!