I was thinking about this, crowds of people aside. If there was one attraction, location, room etc.. that you could live in at Walt Disney World, what would it be and why?
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Originally Posted by SummerInFL I was thinking about this, crowds of people aside. If there was one attraction, location, room etc.. that you could live in at Walt Disney World, what would it be and why?
A permanent room in Old Key West with a lifetime pass to the parks. (:
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^Oh! I like it, I definitely like those huge bathtubs in the villas.
I would love to live in the farmhouse in Living with the Land, I could totally hang out in that upstairs bedroom all day!
Um....Haunted Mansion. Duh.
Actually, that might get a little creepy after a while.
How about...one of the village houses in POTC? That way, I could look out of my window and see Jack anytime I wanted. Mwahahahaha
Swiss Family Treehouse or one of the huts in the Jungle Cruise.
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Either the over-themed suite in Cinderella Castle or the Italian quarter of World Showcase.
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I think above or in Main street railway station, with a view out over the lake and over main street. As for why .... why not !
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Ont of the loft suites at BLT - overlooking the Magic Kingdom and Seven Seas lagoon.
I'd take a nice, 1 storey house in the style of Wilderness Lodge on the old Discovery Island!
^Oh! That's the best idea yet! I forgot about that old island! You'd be your own Swiss Family Robinson! LOL
Somewhere upstairs in Epcot overlooking the lake.
Originally Posted by aashee Somewhere upstairs in Epcot overlooking the lake. Test Track has a great upstairs area that you can probably see all of WS from.
Summer, the house in Living with the Land is my first choice too! It is my most favorite scene in the ride!
I also wouldn't mind living somewhere in World Showcase. Or in Liberty Square.
If I had to be slightly realistic, an RV at Fort Wilderness would be fine too.
Originally Posted by aashee Somewhere upstairs in Epcot overlooking the lake. He does it yet again...cool beans and I agree. I would love to live in an apartment over in France or England with the lake in full view.
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