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We have reservations at Cinderella's RT & Yachtman's Steakhouse. I know there are massages and horse carriage rides, but that's all I can find. Do you have any suggestions to make the park seem more romantic and fun for an adult? Places to stand and watch Wishes or Illuminations (preferably without taking a kids stroller to the back of your calf haha)? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
World Showcase can be a lot of fun for adults, just browsing threw the shops and pavilions as well as most of Epcot in general. There is plenty to do even for the non-Disney lover.
Downtown Disney and the Disney Market Place are great for shopping, dining and just having some fun (also great people watching spots). You can always see what House of Blues is showing in regards to concerts too.
There is also plenty to do in the more "romantic" type thing outside of Disney. You can always head down International Drive or into Kissimmee as well as a stop over at Universal Orlando.
Sit in back of the people mover and enjoy snuggling time. Or have a nap. The heat can do that to you.
Go to a Disney Waterpark and lie together in a tube around a lazy river.
In Animal Kingdom, walk the side trails together. These are usually empty and are great to hold hands and walk with a loved one. Or just to walk in the shade and eat some amazing ice cream treats
Go to the Polynesian at sunset. Walk around the beach with you shoes off and admire the Magic Kingdom off in the distance.
I could go on and on. There are so many things for a couple to do at Disney World.
For the resort: Polynesian Resort is the best... Beautiful. Very romantic. Port Orleans French Quarter second best since it's more "Mardi Gras" themed than Disney themed. We are going to Coronado Springs for our next trip and I heard that since they have a convention center, there are less children in the resort than anywhere else and that it's a little bit less "Disney themed" than the others.
The restaurants: "Coral Reef" (Epcot) with its giant fishtank makes you feel like you're eating underwater with the sharks and the turtles. My husband loved it!
"'Ohana" especially when you dine around 8:00 PM, is delicious and filled with more adults than children. It's our favorite.
"Via Napoli" has great pizza and a very romantic atmosphere.
Never went to the California Grill but I heard the place is (pricey but) amazing and that you'll have the best view of Wishes.
I feel like Epcot (especially the World Showcase) is one of the favorite for adults. Hollywood Studios too.
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