Most Romantic Yet Budget Friendly Disney

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Most Romantic Yet Budget Friendly Disney

My son is taking his girlfriend to WDW in December. What would you say the most romantic (but cheap) things are to do at Walt Disney World these days? He'll be obsessed with Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, but I want to make sure that she has a good time too!

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Head over to Port Orleans and walk the pathway between POFQ and POR at night..that's very romantic and free. Bonus if there's a carriage going by and you get the clipping clop of he horse.

Or take the boat from POFQ to Disney Springs at night..also romantic and free!

Grab a snack from Kringla bakery and find a table back in France and watch people and enjoy the French atmosphere.

I think riding HM and cuddling in a Doom Buggy is romantic.

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JeffC wrote:
I think riding HM and cuddling in a Doom Buggy is romantic.

laugh awesome

Man, everything we do at Disney is romantic. Just walking thru the parks holding hands is good for me.

But seriously...

Grab an ice cream or other dessert, find an out of the way quiet table and just sit and chat. We are always so much more relaxed at Disney and have some really great talks.

Visit some of the resorts in the evenings. Sit in the lobby or one of the lounges and people watch.

Stroll the BoardWalk

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Stroll the boardwalk!! Yes! How could I forget??

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Stroll the boardwalk!! Yes! How could I forget??

Too busy thinking about doom buggies and ghosts!!!

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JMed wrote:
JeffC wrote:
Stroll the boardwalk!! Yes! How could I forget??

Too busy thinking about doom buggies and ghosts!!!

It's Jeff, was there a question about that? muchlove

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Risky Business on the Monorail dude! No way. Way.

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Oh and another one - watch the MK fireworks from the grassy viewing spot at the Poly. That was more romantic than watching with the masses.

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Kristen K. wrote:
JMed wrote:
JeffC wrote:
Stroll the boardwalk!! Yes! How could I forget??

Too busy thinking about doom buggies and ghosts!!!

It's Jeff, was there a question about that? muchlove

Well, I did just pick up THIS from a local sign maker. $49! 4 feet long and 5 1/2 inches wide!!!

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Absolutely walk the Poly beach and then grab a drink at Trader Sams or Tambu Lounge. We walked from our Citricos dinner over to the Polynesian in October. It was dark but not fireworks time and the beach was desserted.

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Belle Vue lounge balcony. This is the small bar at the Boardwalk Hotel. Great spot, nice wine list by the glass, full cocktail menu. Also Mizners is great if not crowded. Great at night looking out over the grounds of GF.