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    Re: Disneyland Hideaways

    My favorites would be:

    The two court yards in NOS

    The area outside of Tower of Terror where you can see the shafts open and hear the people inside

    The Mansion's Portrait Hall. It's nice to stand on the left side of the hall, out of the view of the camera and just look out the window and listen to the rain.

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    Re: Disneyland Hideaways

    *pops out of a bush*

    In the many secret spots in TSI


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    Re: Disneyland Hideaways

    I also like that little deck area between the Nasty French Fries cart and the loading area for the MT. It's a great place to watch the 'backstage' of Fantasmic.' But most the time there aren't many people hanging out there during the day. I like to watch the Boats go by and the kids running all over TWI.

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    Re: Disneyland Hideaways

    Quote Originally Posted by cpdisneyprincess
    I also like that little deck area between the Nasty French Fries cart and the loading area for the MT. It's a great place to watch the 'backstage' of Fantasmic.' But most the time there aren't many people hanging out there during the day. I like to watch the Boats go by and the kids running all over TWI.
    I took an hour long nap there once!!
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    Re: Disneyland Hideaways

    Quote Originally Posted by BrerRabit77
    Sometimes I like to just ride the Disneyland train to relax.

    here here!

    we also go in and sit in the opera house waiting room. nobody seems to bother us there. when they announce the show, we just stay seated.

    also the cove bar or gazebo areas of the hotel are nice... although these aren't in the park

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    Re: Disneyland Hideaways

    My favorite is this weird little dock thing that's between Small World and Autopia I think... I don't even know what that area is used for normally, but it's a nice little secluded, out of the way retreat with benches, water, and a view through the trees of Small World.

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    Re: Disneyland Hideaways

    I just realized I didn't put any of mine. One of my favorite things to do is sit somewhere in DTD and look for people that unknowingly (maybe they know but alot of the time it doesn't seem that way) dance to the music as they walk by. Grand Californian lobby for a break from a rainy day visit is perfect. Random secluded benches are great at night. Back corner of Hungry Bear top or bottom near the water. There are more but I don't want to give the "special" ones away,lol.

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    Re: Disneyland Hideaways

    Quote Originally Posted by Druggas
    Ok, here's my secret place. Inside City Hall there is a bench where you can relax and eavesdrop on people complaining. It's relaxation and comedy at it's finest!
    ive done that for years!!

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    Talking Where's a good spot to rest in Disneyland/DCA???

    I need help to find the perfect or almost perfect spot to get off my feet and rest inside the parks. Let's face it, running around everywhere can only last so long.

    Where inside Disneyland or DCA is a great spot to take a seat, grab a bite, get out of the sun but also take in the sights and sounds and just relax while some time flys by.

    If you have pictures of you resting in a that GREAT spot, post away!

    Looking forward to everyone's response.
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    Re: Where's a good spot to rest in Disneyland/DCA???


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    Re: Where's a good spot to rest in Disneyland/DCA???

    Great question!

    I hope to see a lot of the MC'ers "tricks of the trade" type places to go and veg-out.

    As far as we go, we usually stay at the DL Hotel, so we just meander back to the room, change into our swim suits and hang out at the NeverLand Pool. Just one of the many reasons to stay there...

    If we must stay in the Park, and want just a quick "get away from it all", we'll hop on a raft and go over to TS Island and hang out on a bench in the shade and take in the atmosphere. We might even move to another bench for a while, just for a change of scenery.

    Once the sun goes down a little (so we don't have it shining in our faces), we like to hang out on the porch on Main St and people watch while we down a pineapple wedge or two.

    Thanks!

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    Re: Where's a good spot to rest in Disneyland/DCA???

    The animation building in DCA.
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    Talking Re: Where's a good spot to rest in Disneyland/DCA???

    Quote Originally Posted by a_hyperbole
    Ahhhh I know you're just trying to help but I already read that one and I'm looking for FRESH NEW ANSWERS!!!! And I'm still waiting for someone to say "There's already a thread about it..." Because I don't care. I care about a new batch of fresh answers. The last or other posts CAN'T be the last say or the COMPLETE answer guide to this question.

    New content, new everything.

    Please MiceChat people who are willing and wanting to answer NEW ANSWERS, don't think I'm not interested in your thoughts and opinions because someone has pointed me in a direction I've already been.

    Post away! ;o)
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    Re: Where's a good spot to rest in Disneyland/DCA???

    In DCA, try Golden Dreams. It's cool, comfortable and the movie only sorta sucks.

    In DL, try the Opera House. It's cool, comfortable and the movie is kind of like everything you've ever seen about Walt and the park before...but it's cool and it's comfortable.

    Tom Sawyer's Island

    Try lunch on the patio at the Golden Vine in DCA it's nice and because it's elevated high above the walkway it feels more secluded than it really is.

    The lobby of the Animation Building in DCA, it's nice a cool, dark but nice. But be careful if you enter the area where Turtle Talk with Crush is and watch out for those Human Hatchling Dudes, they stampede the doors for TTWC when they open. Imagine being crushed by 3-5 year olds. Not at all pretty.

    These are a few of our favorite places to hide out when it's hot.

    You can always do the shops, too.
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    Re: Where's a good spot to rest in Disneyland/DCA???

    The Indian Village...oh wait, they have motion sensors there, nm.

    I know a lot of people in the other thread said the Disney Gallery...it really is a good secluded place. My wife and I used to study there when we were in college.

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