What's the ONE thing we should do for our tenth anniversary at WDW?

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What's the ONE thing we should do for our tenth anniversary at WDW?

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Our next trip to WDW is for our tenth anniversary!

With that in mind, if you could do ONE thing to celebrate, what would you do?

Money's not really an object to worry about for this, so please - let me have your ideas!

Just not balloons.... Definitely NOT balloons!

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What about a wishes cruise?

I would say the chefs table at Victoria and Alberts but I'm a fussy eater so no good for me Wink

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Hello Art and welcome to the site. You could do a photo shoot at one of the resorts with a Disney Photographer, a specialty cruise as Robyn mentioned for one of the fireworks shows (the Grand 1 would be nice!), and there is always a carriage ride. Also any of the tours they do, Key to the Kingdom is one of them.

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Vow renewal! I think the two of you could do one for about $2,500. That includes photographer too!

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Haha, do you not like balloons? I have an irrational fear of them. I know, silly, but they just creep me out! I would definitely do the Chef's Table at Victoria and Albert's if money was not an object for a really romantic anniversary: and maybe take a limo there, too!

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When are you going? If the California Grill is open when you go, I recommend dinner there and then a wishes cruise!

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We;re going in January next year.

The Key to the Kingdom sounds nice - is that like a backlot tour?

As for the balloon thing - we both have an irrational fear of balloons, so theyre definitely not on the menu!

I'll also check out the menu for Victoria & Albert - hearing good things about that.

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Art Steventon wrote:
We;re going in January next year.

The Key to the Kingdom sounds nice - is that like a backlot tour?

As for the balloon thing - we both have an irrational fear of balloons, so theyre definitely not on the menu!

I'll also check out the menu for Victoria & Albert - hearing good things about that.

Yes Art it is the short back stage tour, around 3 hours.

V & A is out of this world. We just went there in January and had an amazing meal and the service was beyond compare.

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We're doing intimate private dining at the GF in September for our ann'y.

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If money was no object we'd do Victoria & Alberts!

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Others have already mentioned it, but I have to agree, Victoria and Albert's! Went there for my honeymoon dinner and it's fantastic! Also, the Illuminations cruise was great as well! Congrats on your milestone!

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Stay at Grand Floridian and have dinner at Victoria & Albert's.

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Thanks everyone for the great ideas.

As soon as I can make our ADRs I'll be booking the V&A for sure!