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  • #2
    Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

    I completely agree.
    Ever since I went with my boyfriend a year and a half ago, I can't picture myself going without him there. We've gone back twice more since then because we love the feeling of being there so much, and maybe that's because it is a romantic place. Not romantic in the sense of the physicality (I hate when people start making out in the middle on Disneyland I find it inappropriate), but more of the emotional aspect.

    There's nothing quite like watching the fireworks above the castle with your sweetheart and listening to the beautiful music, in the happiest place on earth.

    Or strolling down Main Street holding hands, without a care in the world.

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    • #3
      Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

      Oh definitely. DIsneyland elicits emotions and feelings not commonly found at other tourist destinations.
      Last edited by frollofan; 07-02-2012, 10:32 AM. Reason: wrong definition of romantic



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      • #4
        Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

        It is definitely romantic, but it was even more romantic with the old bobsleds.
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        • #5
          Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

          There is so many romantic parts in the park.
          From taking a romantic boat ride on Pirates to enjoying a meal at the Blue Bayou to just walking around the lands. It gives you a feeling of how life should be in a utopia.

          Of course, you got kids screaming and loud annoying people occasionally, but if other artificial elements that don't belong to the park do not bother you, then the park itself is amazingly romantic. Even rides like Space Mountain or Buzz, provide a type of unique bonding experience. The park allows all sorts of emotions to be shared among two people fear, excitement, love, awe, nostalgic memories, and sorrow when you have to leave.

          For those people who have a heart and soul that is alive, it binds people together. For those who are too far gone with their inner person, it can be frustrating and tiresome with the crowds and lack of big thrills.
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          • #6
            Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

            The place you love with the person you love? It's a natural.
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            • #7
              Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

              It's just so nostalgic. It's nice to share the magic of childhood memories with someone you love. I really appreciated my ex making a whole itinerary for our trip, and being as enthused as I was about it... even though we were celebrating my birthday.

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              • #8
                Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

                Agreed, 100%! I'm taking my boyfriend for his first trip in just under three weeks, and even though my only other trips have been when I was a kid, I can't wait because I know it's gonna be so romantic! I can't really put my finger on what it is though, but it just is!
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                • #9
                  Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

                  I think Disneyland can be extremely romantic! My boyfriend and I love going for date nights. One time, we just walked around and looked at all the pretty landscaping and architecture until the sun set! Walking around the park, holding hands, looking at all the beautiful things surrounding us was really romantic and a fun date! Of course we went on rides later on, but going to the park with your significant other and checking out all the other things besides the rides can be quite a fun experience!

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                  • #10
                    Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

                    For me like i said i think it has to do largely with the time you spend with the other person. You basically are walking around talking for an entire day (or trip) and it just seems like real quality time without the interference of the outside world.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

                      I'm not sure if others feel the same way, but even though WDW is more of "the destination" for newlyweds and anniversary celebrants, I'd say DLR is far more romantic than the big park across the way. WDW is too full of tourists who are all clamoring to make the most of their dollar while DLR is full of locals who are more easily maintained and are casual about their day. Disneyland can be extremely romantic, especially on the Fantasyland dark rides where you have to keep close or on a slow ride through it's a small world (especially in the back, where you don't have to worry about people on your boat staring).

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                      • #12
                        Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

                        Even walking around DTD is super romantic to me.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

                          ORDDU: This is a topic close to my heart. When I go to the parks I never know who I'm going to end up sharing a romantic evening with. I waste no time ditiching my two sisters before making a B-line to the nearest Men's Room. It's so exciting to hang out near the doorway for the most gorgeous hunks as they come out so I can make eye contact. Once the eye contact proves successful, well, I'm not the sort of witch to kiss and tell. Let's just say the fireworks that come as a result of waiting for 'Mr. Right' are much better than any I've ever seen over the castle...

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                          • #14
                            Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

                            Yes, if its off season at night time. With no crying kids or annoying tour groups. With the fireworks firing over the castle, and Walts spirit watching over us.
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                            • #15
                              Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

                              There's a castle's...chicks digg castles so yeah....

                              Jk Jk

                              But really I'd say yes...it has some very beautiful spots that you'd love to spend sometime with a significant other
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                              • #16
                                Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

                                Originally posted by Witches of Morva View Post
                                ORDDU: This is a topic close to my heart. When I go to the parks I never know who I'm going to end up sharing a romantic evening with. I waste no time ditiching my two sisters before making a B-line to the nearest Men's Room. It's so exciting to hang out near the doorway for the most gorgeous hunks as they come out so I can make eye contact. Once the eye contact proves successful, well, I'm not the sort of witch to kiss and tell. Let's just say the fireworks that come as a result of waiting for 'Mr. Right' are much better than any I've ever seen over the castle...
                                Oh you hussy you.....

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                                • #17
                                  Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

                                  Originally posted by sbk1234 View Post
                                  The place you love with the person you love? It's a natural.
                                  ^^^That! Couldn't have said it better myself!
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                                  • #18
                                    Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

                                    YEEEESSS!!! especially at night time

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                                    • #19
                                      Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

                                      Witches is killing me

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                                      • #20
                                        Re: Would you consider Disneyland to be romantic?

                                        I think I would consider it romantic...because my husband PROPOSED TO ME THERE!

                                        He did it in Adventureland by the Jungle Cruise while we were in line and then I got to be on the boat and just take that feeling in during the trip through the rivers of the world. It was really magical and everyone in the boat was so kind and celebratory with me.

                                        I will never forget it!

                                        The reason he did this is because I had always wanted to go on a cruise but we could never make the money work. Funny thing is, we have still never been on that cruise but we go to either WDW or DLR once a year so I get to cruise on "my cruise" all the time!

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