A very funny, and entertaining list By Corrina Lawson at Wired talking about Top 10 Things To Do at Disney World Without Kids. I loved #6 the best..Ohh Shiny..lol
Here are just a few:
If there’s a ride that you must have right.this.second, you can get a bottle of water, a snack and settle into line, which is exactly what I did for The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, my first stop on the kid-less tour. It was supposed to be an eighty minute wait without FastPass.
However, the wait was closer to thirty minutes which was plenty of time to finish my snack. (Though if you have a weak stomach, the snack may not be advisable. )
2. Appreciate the Scenery.
When I’m in line for a Disney ride with my kids, I’m not paying much attention to the ride. I’m counting heads. I have four children and I have to make sure they’re not scared or teasing each other or becoming dehydrated.
Alone, it was possible to look around and appreciate the care and skill Disney puts into maintaining the illusion of unreality inside the theme parks.
For instance, I finally noticed the show tunes piped into the central meeting area at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. I’m sure the music is nothing new but I never heard it before. This time, I recognized a few songs, such as “On the Street Where You Live” from My Fair Lady.
3. Be Terrified
When I rode the Tower of Terror with the kids, I kept an eagle eye on the younger two to make sure they weren’t afraid and that they were strapped in securely. All the spooky trappings went over my head.
When I rode it by myself, I could pay attention to the theatrics. I realized “hey, this is kinda, well, terrifying.”
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