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    • Topic: What else besides Disney?
    • Started by ICRAZY6 Feb 9, 2010 at 1:25 pm
    • Last post by Shaker Feb 9, 2010 at 9:56 pm
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    1. #1 Feb 9, 2010 at 1:25 pm

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      Well I may be doing the run by myself and was wondering what else to do besides going to Disney at the last stop? Don't think it would be too fun by myself, lol.
       

       

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    2. #2 Feb 9, 2010 at 1:57 pm

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      Originally posted by ICRAZY6  Well I may be doing the run by myself and was wondering what else to do besides going to Disney at the last stop? Don't think it would be too fun by myself, lol.



      The run officially ends at Disney on Thursday night. Most of us are planning on sticking around for a couple of days and going to the parks. I'm sure you could find some folks to go with if you wanted to do that. You are with fellow Bandit Runners therefore you are not alone. wink image Also, the Richard Petty Driving experience is offering us a discount rate ($399) on the rookie driving experience on Friday. There is a cruise-in Friday night at Old-town in Kissemmee. I need to check on theyears but I think it is cars older than 1987? When you stay on Disney property, there are lots of things to do without ever going into the parks. You can rent boats and go out on one of the lakes (they have these personal size mini-speedboats that are fun), golf, take a fishing excursion or go horseback riding.(Just to name a few things) Just going around the different hotels can be fun. One year, Mark and I created the monorail pub crawl. We went to all the deluxe resorts and had a drink in the different bars. *Warning: We ended up having to take a taxi back to the hotel because there was no way I was in any condition to ride the bus, lol. There are several pools at our hotel and a poolside bar. They show movies at night on the big screen there. You can take the bus from the resort to downtown disney. There are tons of shops, restaurants,movie theater etc. down there. There is also Disney Quest for those that like video games. Disney also has the boardwalk area. You do not need park tickets to go there. There is an ESPN club, restaurants, street entertainers,shops, a dance club, and dueling piano bar. Great fun! Another option, is to try to organize a group to go see Cirque de Soleil (sp?) at downtown disney or the Blue man group up at Universal Studios. There are also the water parks and all the other amusement parks in the area like Universal Studios and Sea World. You should have no problem finding something you want to do or someone to do it with. (within reason rotfl image )
       

       

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    3. #3 Feb 9, 2010 at 2:25 pm

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      Thanks Debbie, wasn't familer with the area so I didn't know.
       

       

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    4. #4 Feb 9, 2010 at 2:56 pm

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      Originally posted by ICRAZY6  Thanks Debbie, wasn't familer with the area so I didn't know.


      No problem. Most people who have never been to Walt Disney World just think of the Magic Kingdom. (The original park) There are actually 4 parks right there on property along with all the other recreational activities. I have no problem answering Disney questions. I love the place. smile image
       

       

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    5. #5 Feb 9, 2010 at 3:37 pm

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      Debbie C. quote "I have no problem answering Disney questions. I love the place."

      I can vouch for that.

      She's been there over 30 times. eye-popping image

      Knows the place like the back of her hand. We always have fun when we go there. bouncy image
       

       

      Keep on Pontiyakkin'

      Mark
    6. #6 Feb 9, 2010 at 9:56 pm

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      Originally posted by marksta  Debbie C. quote "I have no problem answering Disney questions. I love the place."

      I can vouch for that.

      She's been there over 30 times. eye-popping image

      Knows the place like the back of her hand. We always have fun when we go there. bouncy image


      There is also Church street station downtown and the International Blvd area between Universal and Sea World for cruisin at night! Also, there is Hwy 92 between Kissimmee and Disney World. The area is huge and there is so much to do, we could spend another month there and not do half of it!
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