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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
Walts vision for building Disneyland, then eventually Disney World was because he wanted a different type of theme park than what was currently offered. He wanted something that was geared towards families, but could appeal to all. It doesn't mean you have to have kids to enjoy family entertainment...
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
[quote]Doing the same thing isn't worth spending that money to me.[/quote] That's the thing people are trying to say, just because you go to the same place doesn't mean you do the same thing. In March I can go see Braves spring training, play golf, go to the waterpark, spent two days at the th...
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
[quote] He built a place that children wanted to go to, and parents were willing to go to, because it wasn't just for the kids. There's a difference. I don't think the original intention was to attract adults without children. And I truly don't mean that in a way to bash adults who go. The intent...
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
[quote]does this matter. I personally don't see why am adult would go without kids. Whether they leave kids home or don't have any doesn't change anything about that. I'm not trying to offend those that like it, but I consider those people to be the "Disney Obsessed". It's your hobby and more power ...
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
I know people go for a week and don't bring kids, but are they going without their young kids or just don't have any to bring? Like many have said, there is TONS to do there for people who don't have kids. Especially for those not seeking desolate areas, physically challenged, elderly, etc. ...
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
Going without your kids to Disney, even once a year, does not have to equate to obsessing over it. Dedicating an entire trip to it as adults doesn't mean obsessing over it either. Now, if you're talking about going without your kids once a year, for a week and that's your only vacation then y...
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
Just make sure you don't do it the day before you depart. Sometimes it can take more than a day. If it is the second to last or last day, you can always have it sent to the front of the park and pick it up when you leave for the day....
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
[quote]I thought Disney world was fun the 2 times I went but it seems pretty boring to go there for vacation every year. What do you do, ride the same rides all over again?[/quote] There is so much more to Disney other than just the rides. It got two water parks, a lot of new restaurants are alw...
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
I know it can be done for cheaper, but I don't think cheaper is always better. Especially for someone like salmon whom I am guessing would prefer the extra " room" you get by avoiding a value resort or hassle of an off site hotel. The three biggest differences between value and moderates are mode...
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
Free dining dates were announced earlier today: [quote]Booking window: April 27 – July 10, 2015 Valid most nights when your arrive: August 28-October 2, 2015 October 25-October 31, 2015 November 8-November 19, 2015 December 15-December 21, 2015 When you stay at a select Disney Moderate Resort, D...
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
[quote] this too how much does a basic DW vacation run? say 2 adults and 2 kids $3k? $5K? $10K? I have no idea [/quote] A family of four can do Disney for a week for $4k How you spend that $4k would very on whether you drive or fly, stay on grounds or off and if on grounds at ...
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
I think someone like you will be able to find success. I do agree that some parents and families feel pressured to do the cookie-cutter activities in Disney. We're not the family that has to have a character breakfast. We're not the family that has to go do this activity or that activity. What we d...
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
I understand, and I think a lot of people are in the same boat as you. They don't dislike Disney or hate Disney they dislike or hate the thought or idea about Disney that is often times off-base and just not correct with how things really are and can be....
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
I hear you, that age is really hard. Then they get a little older and can understand and want to do those things like maybe zip lining kayaking but they just can't because places won't let them until they're older. And like you, we won't avoid those vacations and will try to expose her to pieces he...
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
I try my absolute best not to try to convince anyone to go to Walt Disney World, because I truly believe that if you don't want to be there you shouldn't go. I also believe that there's just a lot of different people I do go to Walt Disney World and can enjoy it. Like some of us have said time and ...
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
From what I have read and heard from others, Disney cruises are great for kids that enjoy Wdw as a bridge from about seven or eight years old to about 12 or 13 years old. Doesn't mean you shouldn't go back to Disney World during that time, but again they're just too young to handle the walking in o...
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
Have you tried taking young kid on some of these outdoor adventures? We taken our little one to Sedona, and there's very little for her to do there. Yes we can do little hikes we enjoy the sights but there were a lot of age restrictions on the think she was able to do. Going to Chattanooga later...
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
I like remote beach vacations and traveling the world as well, but I also understand that those things are just a viable vacation option for me and my family every time we want to do something. So all those things surely fit into our calendar and planning but it doesn't mean that I can't enjoy Disn...
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
Yeah, my daughters five and has been six times. She still tell stories about when we went three months after her third birthday party....
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re: Why are some adults obsessed with Disney World? - LSUfan4444
[quote]Bring the kids, but wait until they are about 8 years old.[/quote] This is probably the worst advice in the thread IMO. At 8 they cannot handle the walking associated with a WDW trip. You're better off either taking them MUCH earlier (free under three years old) and can sit and nap in...
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