Need an Adult Idea!


#1

Hello,

I know I have asked this before but I need a “fresh” idea for something different to do with my DW when we head there for the 2012 Disney 1/2 Marathon in January.

We have been to The World so many times. We love it. I am looking for something new (on Disney or Off) for us to do. No kids involved so I would prefer a kidfest event.

Who has a really fresh idea? :huh:


#2

Not really new but check the performers at House of Blues & maybe Cirque du Soleil. A Couples massage at one of the spas.


#3

Thanks! House of Blues in an interesting idea as we have never been there! Very good. We have been to Cirque (also very good).

You know, I must confess that I have never had a massage before. I am not sure if I would love it or find it too invasive. :huh:


#4

While some children do go, how about a fine dining experience at V&A? Do the wine pairing. very nice.


#5

If you’re considering other venues, think Universal’s City Walk.
Hard Rock Live, Blue Man Group, and Emeril’s.


#6

This is what I would suggest. A couples massage and a nice romantic dinner. SSR offers a nice couples package.


#7

[QUOTE=skwak;1081909]Thanks! House of Blues in an interesting idea as we have never been there! Very good. We have been to Cirque (also very good).

You know, I must confess that I have never had a massage before. I am not sure if I would love it or find it too invasive. :huh:[/QUOTE]

Trust me, the people at SSR are absolutly wonderful. You also can use the sauna,steam room and hot tub thats in the looker rooms/bathrooms all day long of your reservation. I have had 3 massages there and hate to go to WDW and not get a massage.


#8

How about a tour?? We are doing the Wild Africa Trek in AK just DH and I.

If you are looking for something less expensive, dinner at the Poly or GF, grab a few drinks and sit on the beach to watch the water pagent and the MK fireworks.


#9

Try a balloon or helicopter ride. House of Blues is a great choice. Dinner at Margaritaville at CityWalk is a great adults night out. Or, maybe a 45 min drive to the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Tampa?


#10

These have all been great ideas. Please keep them coming!


#11

I would go with any of the behind the scenes tours. They all sound so great for Disney fanatics which I assume you are since your here.


#12

I recommend going to Jelly Rolls at the Boardwalk. It’s a dueling piano bar that we always enjoy going to.


#13

Funny, we try to get there many trips and some how it always kids cut out after a long day of touring. Is it really a fun time? We are staying at the BCV in about 35 days and again have it on the plans.


#14

We’ve always had a great time there. However, we didn’t make it this last visit (a couple of weeks ago). As I remember, I believe Tuesday is CM night. We typically go then.


#15

How about the Segway tour at Epcot? I’ve never done it, but sounds like fun!

DH and I just went to WDW for a long weekend without DD and we enjoyed walking around Epcot and enjoyed the countries without having to run from attraction to attraction. We sat alot and took it all in. The little courtyard area by the English pub is very relaxing to enjoy a drink and we even managed to watch the entire Off Kilter performance in Canada! Enjoy!!!


#16

Jelly Rolls is a great time if you get into the scene. I’ll never forget DW (trying to ) sing along to Billy Joel’s “Piano Man.” Talk about off key…


#17

If you have some extra cha ching, $300 will provide you two with a fantastic firework’s cruise on the seven seas lagoon (or you could go the EPCOT route as well)… And they provide snacks.

If thats too much to swallow, then how about a quiet dinner at one of the GF’s restaurants followed up with a nice relaxing drink in a hammock at the GF’s beach?

Or a nice drink at the bar of Cali Grill (or on the observation deck) during Wishes is always nice… Just walk up to the desk and tell them you’re going up for a drink…

Any way you skin a cat, if you do decided to do anything outdoors, make sure you use mosquito repellent if you’re here during our mosquito season (doesn’t end until November) because they are unusually active this year…

Disney World Specialty Fireworks Cruises


#18

Oh brother - you may have stepped in some doo-doo. The topic of Cats can get as touchy as mugs around here.

I’m out of here.


#19

[QUOTE=Boss Mouse;1082265]Oh brother - you may have stepped in some doo-doo. The topic of Cats can get as touchy as mugs around here.

I’m out of here.[/QUOTE]

:laugh::laugh::laugh:

That’s my catch phrase… lol


#20

We did the snorkeling the living seas and it was wonderful. There were a couple of teenagers in the group but you weren’t stuck with them every minute. So worth the time and money…check it out.