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Posted: July 08, 2003 2:26 am/pm Quote

WDW has long been a favorite wedding and honeymoon spot, so there must be a few people out there who have opinions about romantic spots at WDW.  Any suggestions? :hearts:

I'll start by saying that my favorite romantic spot is watching the Magic Kingdom fireworks from that rise between the beaches at the Polynesian, I think it's called Sunset Point. It's so quiet and beautiful. :hearts:

Ok, anyone else have a suggestion?   :love:


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Posted: July 08, 2003 5:46 am/pm Quote

Sunset point, I agree!
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Posted: Aug. 05, 2003 3:58 am/pm Quote

I would agree about Sunset Point, but add the pathways at the Poly after dark, with the torches lit, the music playing, the smell of the hibiscus and other tropical flowers, and holding DH hand!  WOW :hearts:

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Posted: Aug. 05, 2003 4:57 am/pm Quote

In the Magic Kingdom, I love the castle forecourt at night right after they have cleared out most of the park and it is empty. You get a nice quiet look a Cinderella's castle before the park closes. (That's when I proposed to my wife - but that's another story). You can also sit in the rose garden off of Main St. It is very pretty, and not many people go down that walkway - it's to your right just as you cross the moat.

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that I like the balcony at the Contemporary overlooking the Kingdom - the view is simply unbelievable!

Just wandering the walkways of the Poly can be relaxing at night with all the tiki torches making the area "dreamy", and I too, definately reccomend the beach! Just do NOT plan on being able to hear the music to the fireworks if you are there.


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Posted: Sep. 14, 2003 1:31 am/pm Quote

The beach behind the Spirit of Aloha and all the way to the Wedding Chapel must be included in the list of romantic places for a stroll after the sun is low enough in the sky.  There is a wonderful garden area on the lake side of the chapel (but I don't know if it is always accessible at all times) where outdoor wedding ceremonies can be conducted.  It is on par with sunset point.  It can not be seen from the monorail and we discovered it by chance just by strolling around enjoying the beauty of the place and window shopping the building that displays all those fabulous wedding cakes.  If you ever have an opportunity to view the inside of the wedding chapel, it's beauty and charm will be amazing.  It made us want to plan a second ceremony just so it could be held there.  As soon as we entered, it was as if we were sprinkled with pixie dust.  The isle terminates at the alter area that is so arranged to have this enormous picture window perfectly framed so as to have the castle as the background view.  So wedding guests see the couple and minister standing in front of this totally unobstructed live view of the castle...just awesome and extremely romantic!

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