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    Question Where are the best "Quiet Places" in the Parks?

    When The Parks get crowded and you need some time to recharge, where do you go and why?
    Please let me know your secret spots to get away. It can also be at DD or the Resort Hotels.
    I am an AP member and sometimes the parks are just too crowded and /or hot to be around people, I just need 15 min to rest, then I can continue.
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    Re: Where is the best "Quiet Places" in the Parks?

    I would say to leave the park and go eat something, or go to down town disney and sit on a bench. the parks are not quiet, I take the family back to the room or pool
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    Re: Where is the best "Quiet Places" in the Parks?

    How about the lower level of the Hungry Bear restaurant -- shaded and with the calm river waters at its edge.

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    Re: Where is the best "Quiet Places" in the Parks?

    Though they certainly are not "secrets", we enjoy TSI, Innoventions, Big Thunder Ranch, the Aladdin show, HISTA, checking out the Jedi Academy, enjoying a leisurely lunch at the Blue Bayou, the Disney Animation bldg, meandering through the DLH and the GCH and that sort of thing to get away from the craziness that the crowds can sometimes bring.

    Unless you are there just for the rides, there are tons of things to do if you want to avoid the crowds.

    Let your imagination go wild!

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    Re: Where is the best "Quiet Places" in the Parks?

    Quote Originally Posted by Werner View Post
    How about the lower level of the Hungry Bear restaurant -- shaded and with the calm river waters at its edge.

    Yep....
    I reject your reality and substitute my own

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    Re: Where is the best "Quiet Places" in the Parks?

    Yes That Hungry Bear spot by the river has always been a favorite since I was a kid, thanks

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    Re: Where is the best "Quiet Places" in the Parks?

    I agree, but don't tell to many people.

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    Re: Where is the best "Quiet Places" in the Parks?

    ^^^^^^

    Too late!


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    Re: Where is the best "Quiet Places" in the Parks?

    Ok so this is my first time (Please be be Gentle.) How about the Plaza Gardens Stage area, not on Saturdays or The Cove Bar @ DCA?

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    Re: Where is the best "Quiet Places" in the Parks?

    After the people go into the Tiki room, sit in the empty area with a dole float. I prefer the bench under Tongeroa-Roo.

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    Re: Where is the best "Quiet Places" in the Parks?

    You can also ride the train and monorail as many times as you want. So atleast when you're relaxing, you're being entertained. Maybe catch a show at the Golden horseshoe.

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    Re: Where is the best "Quiet Places" in the Parks?

    Innovations, it is empty, quiet, heck the CM even have their nappy times in there.

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    Re: Where is the best "Quiet Places" in the Parks?

    For quiet time, I like to go into the Golden Horseshoe or sit on the benches near the Partner's Statue and people-watch.
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    Cool Re: Where is the best "Quiet Places" in the Parks?

    I agree with hungry Bear and the Train.

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    Re: Where is the best "Quiet Places" in the Parks?

    Also the Haunted Mansion Fasspass garden, Fantasia Gardens by Matterhorn, The Courtyard outside POC exit in New Orleans Square.... AND one of My favorites is the Picnic Area outside the security area... Thanks for The new tip on Innoventions I haven't been yet. Will check it out next time.

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