No kid(s) for one night, ideas?


#1

We have the oppurtunity to head out one night in WDW without our DS7. This is far from the norm for us.
What should we do?
Thanks


#2

Dinner @ Flying Fish, Stroll on the BoardWalk during Illuminations, Jelly Rolls, Back to your room at ASMu (or you could stay at the BoardWalk :tongue:).


#3

See if you can get ressies for California Grill during fire works or Victoria & Alberts. Do something that is super romantic or something that costs more than you would normally spend. It’s a special night- live it up! This should be very exciting for you!! Enjoy it!!


#4

Enjoy every single second of it… I think you can do just about anything at WDW and have a wonderful time together!


#5

The last time we were there my wife and I had the same opportunity. We ate at California Grill and then went to the Adventurer’s Club.

We talked about it afterwards, and I think we would’ve enjoyed going to a park (likely Epcot) more. So often during our trips, we seperate into 2 groups (my wife and the youngest, me and the oldest) so my wife and I really don’t get much of an opportunity to experience the parks together.

Bruce


#6

Would suggest a nice meal out (Narcoossee’s, California Grill…) and then as Cavey suggested, a stroll on the Board Walk followed by a fun time at Jelly Rolls, which is a fun time.


#7

I vote for California Grill. Get a reservation for about an hour before the fireworks so you can be finishing up your meal as they start. That way, even though you can request a seat by the window when you check in, if you aren’t by a window, you can sit at the bar, have another drink and enjoy the fireworks. I would NOT suggest you watch the fireworks from the observation deck. I don’t think they’re nearly as pretty from that view.


#8

If it’s before Sept. 27, go to Pleasure Island as it’s the last chance… :crying: Adventurers’ Club is definitely cool as is Comedy Warehouse.


#9

I too say if it before PI closes, have a nice dinner at DTD (Wolfgang Puck’s?) and enjoy a night at Pleasure Island. Maybe throw in the early show of La Nouba to boot!

Prezcatz Paul


#10

[QUOTE=Prezcatz;851410]I too say if it before PI closes, have a nice dinner at DTD (Wolfgang Puck’s?) and enjoy a night at Pleasure Island. Maybe throw in the early show of La Nouba to boot!

Prezcatz Paul[/QUOTE]
I second this idea! La Nouba, WGP & PI = Perfect night:wub:

However if you want to go a park, I would say a dinner somewhere in Epcot and a stroll through WS and Illuminations. Then if theres time, back to the Boardwalk or PI.


#11

[QUOTE=Prezcatz;851410]I too say if it before PI closes, have a nice dinner at DTD (Wolfgang Puck’s?) and enjoy a night at Pleasure Island. Maybe throw in the early show of La Nouba to boot!

Prezcatz Paul[/QUOTE]

Wow that does sound like a GREAT evening!

Or at Epcot, get Dining during illuminations . . . that’s romantic too!:wub:


#12

My DH and I have a night alone so I booked Le Cellier and we are going to walk though the different countries after. The boardwalk sounds like fun too!


#13

All such great ideas
Thanks to you all!!
Such a tough decision!
I really want us to expierence PI since we’ve never been there and going to the parks just DW and myself, also never done…
Do as you can see I still have no idea what to do…