[QUOTE=Pam&Rich;1073422]I know that you can see fireworks from the GF at the marina area and from Narcoossee’s deck. I’m sure there are other spots. If we are going to Narc’s for dinner we sched so we can walk out on the deck and watch.
BUT… The best spot for you might be from Sunset Point or the Beach area at the Poly. It is genreally straight shot from the Poly, down Main Street and to the Castle. Everything lines up nicely. Sometimes you might be able to grab one of the swings. The Poly is nice if you grab your favorite beverage and sit and relax. Pam and I have purchased or brought a bottle of wine out took it out on Sunset Point.
The music is piped in at the locations I mentioned. There might be other locations MB’rs have found. I’m sure more posts will follow.[/QUOTE]
Ummm, yeah. (I can’t quibble with anything here)
Better GF views from the launch dock than the marina. Keep in mind how far off axis even Narcoossee’s is though.
I wouldn’t bother trying to watch from inside 'Ohana. Sunset Point is excellent, but you are going to be music deprived. Another place is from the ferry landing at the TTC, that is slightly to the right of a straight shot, and slao is a generally clear view, though I have rarely heard show music there. There is a deck directly under the monorail beams at the Contemporary that offer a restricted view, but it is open to the public, unlike California Grill.
I would not bother trying to watch fireworks from Wilderness Lodge as there are too many obstructions.
Then there’s Epcot. Personally I say don’t bother watching from outside the park. You miss half of the show, maybe more if you don’t watch from the shores of World Showcase Lagoon.
General comment about watching fireworks behind glass.
That’s about as appealing as deep kissing grandma:eek:
You lose all of the impact and sound of the the explosions.
What’s fireworks without hearing the boom and feeling it in your chest?