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    What is the most romantic thing you have done in WDW?

    As there are a few of us who are planning honeymoons in WDW this year I thought I would ask for some advice.
    So what is the most romantic thing you have done? Where are the most romantic places to eat/ rides/attractions/resorts/things to do?
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    I think Alfredo's in Italy (at the World Showcase) can be wonderfully romantic if you go at the right time. I recommend hitting it during the fireworks because it's not as busy.

    As far as attractions being romantic... I know it sounds silly but my hubby and I just love the TTA. Our first trip to Disney together we cuddled and kissed (not like inappropriately or anything) and played footsie on it.
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    On FEB 1st my wife and I are re-newing our wedding vows at WDW. I have to vote for that being the most romantic thing we will do.
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    There is a book out called Walt Dieny World For4 Couiple by Fodor's. it has a great many ideas for romance at WDW. I recommend it. it's is where I got my idea for the vow renewal. it rates restaurants and events (like the fireworks cruises ect), as well as actvities (couples Spas treatments etc>
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    veritas...may i ask how long you have been married?
    My husband and I just got married in Oct and wanted to get married in disney but at the time it was not in our budget...i always said one day we will renew our vows there but dont know when people usually do that!!
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    i also might add that eating either at cinderellas royal table or somewhere in the world showcase. I think the mexico restaurant has a great atmosphere
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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpanflight View Post
    My husband and I just got married in Oct and wanted to get married in disney but at the time it was not in our budget...i always said one day we will renew our vows there but dont know when people usually do that!!
    I've known couples who renewed their vows every year on their anniversary.
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    Shannon, we've been married 15 years (or will be on the 1st of Feb anyway). Vow renewals can run anywhere from about $2400 to 10 or 15K depending on how elaborate you get, the number of guests, if you want characters to come to the festivities, limos etc. Our coordinator was Karen Serrette who has been great. She walked me through the whole process. If you go to the Disney wedding site from the main Disney website you can get the complementary the wedding/vow renewal kit and informational DVD. We saved up for a few years to fund it but I'm certain it will be worth it. I'll do a "trip report when I get back the 5th of FEB.
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    I'm getting married at Disney World in December (and yes I am telling any and everyone!) and since I go there a lot I've done a lot of romantic things. We are planning on taking a fireworks cruise after we get married. :-)

    I love the California Grill or Citrocose for a Romantic feel.
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    Take a stroll at various resorts! Oh yes, that's probably one of the most romantic things I can think of.

    A late night stroll around The Yacht & Beach Club and Boardwalk is gorgeous! Especially the little gazebo (if it weren't surrounded by hotel rooms though :P)

    The Grand Floridian, however, has nice little pathways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyFREAK91 View Post
    Take a stroll at various resorts! Oh yes, that's probably one of the most romantic things I can think of.

    A late night stroll around The Yacht & Beach Club and Boardwalk is gorgeous! Especially the little gazebo (if it weren't surrounded by hotel rooms though :P)

    The Grand Floridian, however, has nice little pathways.
    Great suggestion! I love strolling the Grand Floridian... it's beautiful.
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    Can you stroll around the resorts even if you are not staying there? Do you have to have dinner reservation?
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    You can stroll the resorts you aren't staying at.

    I like strolling the BoardWalk and around the other Epcot resorts, but I often stay there.
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    thanks for the info Veri have a wonderful time!!!
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