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    If you could sleep in DLR...

    Let's say you could spend overnight ANYWHERE in Disneyland property (including Downtown Disney). Where would you go?

    As for me...

    Disneyland = Haunted Mansion doom buggy or storybookland canal boat

    DCA = Swinging gondola on Sun Wheel
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    Re: If you could sleep in DLR...

    Quote Originally Posted by FinalAdventure View Post
    Let's say you could spend overnight ANYWHERE in Disneyland property (including Downtown Disney). Where would you go?

    As for me...

    Disneyland = Haunted Mansion doom buggy or storybookland canal boat

    DCA = Swinging gondola on Sun Wheel
    For me, definitely the changing portrait hall at HM. Mood lights and sound still on, even, Would be awesome to be able to just spend all night there, the atmosphere is fantastic. I'd say the old HM attic too, but the chances of sleeping with the air blast noises and the pop up heads screaming sporadically would be limited...
    when the spooks have a midnight jamboree....

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    Re: If you could sleep in DLR...

    Must you even ask?? The Dream Suite of course.
    To be quite honest, it would be really creepy to sleep inside of a ride when it's all dark and nobody else is there. That is why I can think of no better place than a room which is made up for people to sleep in!
    Ugh could you imagine sleeping in It's a Small World....just think of the nightmares you'd have!!


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    Re: If you could sleep in DLR...

    I'd want to sleep in the treasure room in POTC! Just push over that skeleton and let me in!

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    Re: If you could sleep in DLR...

    Quote Originally Posted by I Heart Disneyland View Post
    I'd want to sleep in the treasure room in POTC! Just push over that skeleton and let me in!
    Nothing like sleeping on molded treasure, good for the back, you know. But yes, the view would be unbeatable. The captain's quarters has a actual bed, you know...and you could see the drinking skeletons over across the way.
    when the spooks have a midnight jamboree....

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    Re: If you could sleep in DLR...

    Haunted mansion sounds good to me. Hell, move over green guy, I'll sleep in the coffin!

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    Re: If you could sleep in DLR...

    I'll sleep in HISTA and Star Tours...hey I need nap time.

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    Re: If you could sleep in DLR...

    Quote Originally Posted by aashee View Post
    Haunted mansion sounds good to me. Hell, move over green guy, I'll sleep in the coffin!
    Your wife told me that's what she tells you every night before she goes to bed!

    Anyway, for me, ever since I was a kid I wanted to spend the night on Tom Sawyer's Island.

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    Re: If you could sleep in DLR...

    Quote Originally Posted by darkfairycthulu View Post
    Nothing like sleeping on molded treasure, good for the back, you know. But yes, the view would be unbeatable. The captain's quarters has a actual bed, you know...and you could see the drinking skeletons over across the way.
    I've loved that scene since I was a small child, and, that's where I'd love to be!!! ha!

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    Re: If you could sleep in DLR...

    Caboose bunk in the roundhouse...

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    Re: If you could sleep in DLR...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wg447Zwdl4I

    go watch this.
    this video answers it for me.. lol.. cause i'd go get kitty treats and cans of tuna and toys and play with the kitties all night.. lol

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    Re: If you could sleep in DLR...

    Haunted Mansion hands down... in the coffin..
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    Re: If you could sleep in DLR...

    Quote Originally Posted by IzzyInWonderland View Post
    Must you even ask?? The Dream Suite of course.
    My first thought as well.

    But... maybe, just maybe give me a shot at sleeping above the fire station.. in Walt's own special apartment. Ahhh, that would be so grand!!
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    Re: If you could sleep in DLR...

    Dream Suite or Walt's Apartment for the win.

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    Re: If you could sleep in DLR...

    Anywhere in the HM!

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