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Disneyland Hideaways and rest spots (merged threads)

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  • Disneyland Hideaways and rest spots (merged threads)

    So. Anybody got a favorite place to get away from the crowds and just relax? Day or night.

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    Sometimes I like to just ride the Disneyland train to relax.

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    • #3
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      On the 50th me and my group took a snooze in the main street cinema. That and the opera house are usually good for getting away from people.

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        Originally posted by BrerRabit77
        Sometimes I like to just ride the Disneyland train to relax.
        Yeah, me and my friend went a couple of weeks ago. She was convinced it hadn't been long. Turned out we had been on the train for several hours.

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          Re: Disneyland Hideaways

          Originally posted by BrerRabit77
          Sometimes I like to just ride the Disneyland train to relax.
          Same (: At night, during a parade.

          How about Disney's California Adventure?

          We're always having fun in the Fun and Games Lounge. Care to visit us?

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          • #6
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            DCA...Animation Building, always a great place to kick back relax and cool off in the summer!
            Mom, remember, it's not what a person is like on the outside that counts,
            it's what they are like in their HEART!


            - Wolfette

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            • #7
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              The last row of the Tiki Room. I can put my head back, stretch out, and relax.

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              • #8
                Re: Disneyland Hideaways

                Originally posted by BrerRabit77
                Sometimes I like to just ride the Disneyland train to relax.
                Same here (: Anyone know places in Disney's California Adventure?

                We're always having fun in the Fun and Games Lounge. Care to visit us?

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                  Courtyard of Angels in NOS, a bench looking towards Splash in Pooh-ville.
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                  • #10
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                    I like the Animation Building in DCA as well. I also like to go over to the wishing well at night in DL - after Snow White goes to bed there aren't many people over there. That and some of the back little courtyards in NOS

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                    • #11
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                      DL -
                      The river-side walkway from the canoe landing around to Fowler's Harbor. Hardly anyone there, ever. Its green, its watery, its quiet.

                      The back of the dining area, either first or second level, at Hungry Bear. No place like it. Big trees, ducks, river traffic, occasional steam train.

                      Also, the civic center, at the center of Toontown, just below the clock. Chairs, umbrellas, and usually not too crowded.

                      DCA -
                      The walkway at the foot of Grizzly Peak, behind the GRR queue. Green, misty, peaceful, simulated bird noises.

                      Exiting Pacific Wharf before you cross the bridge: tables on the left hand side, under the framework holding rowboats. Nice view, and not crowded.

                      Also, the bread tour. Talk about getting away from the crowds...

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                      • #12
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                        The walkway behind Harbour Galley in Critter Country / NOS.....aka - when you all on splash, right when u level out above that..next to CCFC


                        also INNOVENTIONS...haha

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                        • #13
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                          Waterfalls at DLH.

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                          • #14
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                            Tom Sawyers Island, has it's moments of relaxation.
                            Dont be frightend, I'm just a friendly Monster.... :mob:

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                            • #15
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                              Sitting down in one of the chairs of the Mark Twain as she goes around the river is a really nice way to relax, in my opinion.
                              Woof!








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