[QUOTE=bribren;977746]Between the waterparks, Disney Quest, Downtown, the boardwalk, fort wilderness, your own pool. Mini Golf and the various resorts for dinners and sightseeing, there should be no problem planning some non-park days.
If an AP is out of the question because of your schedule to come again next year you could easily plan 3 days:
Day 1: Typhoon Lagoon, Lunch at Downtown Disney, back to the lagoon for the lazy afternoon, Dinner at an MK resort, wishes from the Beach at Poly.
Day 2: Sleep in late, Lunch and Ice Cream at the Fountain in the Dolphin Resort, do Fantasia Golf at the Swan, head back for a swim then Dinner and the campfire/movie at Fort Wilderness.
Day 3: Blizzard Beach, Lunch and sightseeing at Coronado, A cool afternoon at Disney Quest, Dinner at Cape May, an Evening at the Boardwalk and Illuminations from the Bridge.
You would never know you were not in a park, and would help keep the parks fresh if you spread the days out.[/QUOTE]
These are 3 amazing days full of disney fun without steping foot into the park! I might have to use one of these days!!! Day 2 is definately my fave