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    Disneyland Romance

    I have always felt that Disneyland was a romantic place and now, after being married, feel it even more so. Even when I was younger I always thought the DL was the ideal place to meet someone, or date someone. I guess I was a little strange though. Does anyone else relate romance with DL or is it just me?

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    Re: Disneyland Romance

    Yeah, i guess, i dom see a lot of coupls at DL, but sadly im single , but good luck to all you young lovers at DL!

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    Re: Disneyland Romance

    I am looking forward to spending some quality time with my husband there in a few weeks- we went there after we eloped and haven't been back since. Both our families are travelling with us, but we are taking a day just for the two of us to relax and enjoy the park.

    Oh, and NOS is the most romantic place in the park
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    Re: Disneyland Romance

    I met my girl at Disneyland.... that was more then two years ago and we couldn't be happier.

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    Re: Disneyland Romance

    Frodo Potter and I met at Disneyland. And, then we got engaged at Disneyland. We'd get married there, too, but just can't afford it.

    So, yeah, Disneyland is the most romantic place ever.

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    Re: Disneyland Romance

    I would say Disneyland is a place that makes you happy, not neccessarily romantic. For me anyway.
    Yes my boyfriend and I spend a lot of time at disneyland together, but since we're both so happy there, the day just automatically feels, better. It's like going to a regular park... the playground isnt romantic, the rollarblade trail isnt romantic but the spot next to the lake under a tree is... but I wouldnt say the whole park is romantic... it just makes us happy. I dont know if this is making any sense, and maybe Im reading too much into it.
    I would agree in saying that there are romantic parts of the park and can be a romantic memory if you are engaged there. My bf asked me to be his gf there... so I have a romantic memory
    But to me the park in general is not a romantic place.

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    Re: Disneyland Romance

    Oh yeah, DL is a super romantic place. Snuggle up to your honey on a dark ride, share a romantic dole whip, hold your beloved's hair back as they puke after a rousing journey in Space and lovingly dab at their lips with a napkin.

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    Re: Disneyland Romance

    Many people I know met at DL and are now either long
    term BF/GF or married!

    My best friends husband proposed to her 3 years ago on
    Valentines day at the Blue Bayou...

    There is nothing like riding in a mostly empty train car around the
    magic kingdom at night on a chilly winter day...
    get all cozy n stuff (keeping it G rated, ofcourse!)!

    Yup! DL IS ROMANTIC!!!

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    Disguy and my first trip was to Disneyland, I fell in love with it because of him. I proposed to him at midnight at the wishing well on 7/17/05, 7 years to the same date after our first trip there.

    It was the most romatic thing ever, close friends surrounded us at the wishing well, snapping pics like papparozi and video taping.

    It was perfect, and could not have been any perfect if it were planned.

    Click on Disguy and HiddenMickey sitting in a treeto see the photos!
    ...it's been a long time.

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    Re: Disneyland Romance

    I think it is so romantic .I love the park at night with the one you love.


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    Re: Disneyland Romance

    My fiancee and I were engaged in DL last October. It's super romantic for us.

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    Re: Disneyland Romance

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirton
    I have always felt that Disneyland was a romantic place and now, after being married, feel it even more so. Even when I was younger I always thought the DL was the ideal place to meet someone, or date someone. I guess I was a little strange though. Does anyone else relate romance with DL or is it just me?
    Actually, I did a speech on this exact topic for my Communications class. Five minutes with photos etc. From Coke Corner, to the seats on the drawbridge to... I got an "A"

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    Re: Disneyland Romance

    L'amore, l'amore.

    That's French for love.

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    Re: Disneyland Romance

    A long, long time ago there used to be an attraction called the "Tunnel of Love" in carnivals. I'm not kidding, that's what it was called and it was as much a part of a carnival as the Zipper or Tilt-A-Whirl. Anyway, it was a long dark tunnel that you cruise down very slowly in a boat and you could get a little privacy with your companion.

    Pirates of the Carribbean and IASW are the nearest relatives to this "Tunnel of Love" ride since they are both slow boat rides in a building, and when it's late at night or not very crowded in the park, sometimes you get an entire section to yourself. I forget if there's cameras in the PotC (I think there are) but it doesn't seem to stop couples from doing what they want in there.

    But seriously, the best romantic part about Disneyland is that it never changes in some areas so you can go back 25 or 30 years from when you met or proposed and find the exact spot. You wouldn't believe how much the small things matter in that park. I remember drinking fountains, phone booths, bathrooms and all sorts of stuff that I attach memories to. I can actually remember the drinking fountain I used the minute I discovered America Sings was closing for good. I still remember the drinking fountain in Fantasyland I used when I was a kid thinking what a nightmare the Matterhorn was. And I still remember the phone booth in Frontierland that my friend used in 8th grade (our graduation trip) to call her parents. I mean these things are so meaningless in any other place but at Disneyland NOTHING, and I mean nothing, is meaningless. Just about every drinking fountain, phone booth, bathroom, Main Street building and other small thing has a significant memory attached to it for me.

    So Disneyland really is the best place to make memories, especially romantic memories, because you'll come back and realize just how much Disneyland makes the "small" things just as significant as the extraorindary things.
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