How to Add Romance to Your Disney Vacation
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Baffled as to why adults would take a Disney vacation without the kids?
Well, puzzle no more. Travel + Leisure writes about the many ways in which a Disney vacation can bring on the romance — and how to make that magic happen.
“With world-class wine bars and gorgeous sights, there’s plenty for couples to do sans family: even if most of Disney vacation planning is geared towards larger broods,” writes Carlye Wisel.
The first tip is to try to stay off property. Many of the rooms at the resort are geared for larger families and you pay a premium for a lot of space, which couples don’t really need.
“If you stay at any of the hotels on-property, pay extra for a king bed while booking, or prepare to find two separate beds upon arrival. This is, after all, a family-friendly resort that’s not really designed for snuggling,” writes Wisel.
Wisel also notes that you can pretty much travel the world at Disney World.
“The France and Italy pavilions at Epcot are home runs where romance is concerned, particularly the latter’s Tutto Gusto Wine Cellar, which stocks more than 200 bottles of fine Italian wines,” suggests Wisel.
After all, visitors can basically create their own fairytale romance and there’s plenty of activities to keep couples busy.
“Seeking relaxation? Spend the early morning poolside, when most families are racing to hit attractions before lines get long. If it’s fine wines you’re after, aficionados will adore the bar at Jiko, in the Animal Kingdom Lodge, which holds the largest collection of African wines outside of Africa,” says Wisel.
For more tips on how to add romance to your Disney vacation, go here.
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