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    If you could sleepover anywhere in the park...

    Where would you go?

    Perhaps one of the many benches (a boring but probably more comfortable option) ?
    Maybe you could fall asleep aboard one of the Haunted Mansion doombuggies?
    Curl up under the castle?
    Lay across a Pirates of the Carribbean boat row under the night sky?


    This is imagining there aren't any rules as to where you can't sleep, go ahead and pick anywhere.
    Except the Dream Suite, Walt's apartment, or any actual beds that exist

    All the rides would not be in operation by the way.

    I would very much like to sleep on a Jungle Cruise boat, or on the floor in Tomorrowland under the pretty lights.
    I would NOT like at all to sleep on It's a Small World with the dolls all turned off and staring at you with those beady eyes.

    :O

    Be creative, folks, where would you sleep? And I do mean SLEEP, to be clear.

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    Re: If you could sleepover anywhere in the park...

    I would say either the jungle cruise or pirates (can I share the bed in the captains quarters?)
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    Re: If you could sleepover anywhere in the park...

    With all the work that goes on after hours, I doubt anyone would get much sleep.
    "You can cut me off from the civilized world. You can incarcerate me with two moronic cellmates. You can torture me with your thrice daily swill, but you cannot break the spirit of a Winchester. My voice shall be heard from this wilderness and I shall be delivered from this fetid and festering sewer."

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    Re: If you could sleepover anywhere in the park...

    Is Walt's apartment available? lol.

    I always wanted to stay in the cabin on Tom Sawyer Island.

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    Re: If you could sleepover anywhere in the park...

    Quote Originally Posted by HiddenMickeyBook View Post
    Is Walt's apartment available?
    no, lol, I said that in the description.

    Try to find a better place that isn't cheating by using a real bed

    ---------- Post added 07-04-2012 at 10:19 AM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by calsig31 View Post
    With all the work that goes on after hours, I doubt anyone would get much sleep.
    ah well, just a hypothetical. Pretend nobody's there at night but you and your family.

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    Re: If you could sleepover anywhere in the park...

    The settlers cabin would be good especially with no fire now.
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    Re: If you could sleepover anywhere in the park...

    Inside Space Mountain, with all the stars and stuff buzzing by. And somewhere in the middle so there's stars above AND below you, so it's like you're floating in space.

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    Re: If you could sleepover anywhere in the park...

    The treehouse/pirates' lookout on Tom Sayer's Island.

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    Re: If you could sleepover anywhere in the park...

    The line in Space Mountain Or the line in Star Tours. Or in one of Nemo's submarines. I have a soft spot for Tomorrowland
    It means your future hasn't been written yet. No one's has. Your future is whatever you make it. So make it a good one, both of you. - Doc Brown, Back to the Future III
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    Do or do not. There is no "try".- Yoda, Star Wars
    What are conscience! I'll tell ya! A conscience is that still small voice that people won't listen to. That's just the trouble with the world today... - Jiminy Cricket, Pinocchio
    Think of all the you you'll find when you leave the world behing and bud your cares goodbye. - Peter Pan
    Mama always said, dying was a part of life. I sure wish it wasn't. - Forrest Gump
    Well, you can't never let anything happen to him. Then nothing would ever happen to him. Not much fun for little Harpo. -Dory, Finding Nemo
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    Re: If you could sleepover anywhere in the park...

    I want to go camping on Tom Sawyer Island, or in Radiator Springs.
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    Re: If you could sleepover anywhere in the park...

    Top of the Matterhorn. Imagine sleeping under the stars and being able to see the entire park all around you from up there.
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    Re: If you could sleepover anywhere in the park...

    Am I able to at least bring a sleeping bag? If that's the case then probably somewhere off the ground like the Peoplemover track since it has some nice views.

    If I can't bring a sleeping bag then probably a monorail car since I can stretch out and actually feel somewhat comfortable on the seats.
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    Re: If you could sleepover anywhere in the park...

    Hmmm so many choices...
    I always wanted to jump the railing and camp out at the matterhorn base so I could sneak in an extra day so that is an option I would have.

    But what about the storybook land boats? Under the "stars" with aladin and jasmine? Or even under the real stars in the middle of the water...

    Or on a tom sawyers raft in the middle of the roa... just free floating the river....

    the HM doom buggy idea might be the most comfortable if it's on the downhill section by the crow.. as long as he's quiet.. lol but I prefer to sleep out doors if I'm gonna be a DL... and be able to see more

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    Cozy Cone.


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    The wheelhouse of the Mark Twain.

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