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Old 04-15-2013, 09:38 PM   #1
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DHS-cool things to see

I love Epcot and MK because we can all around see unique things. What is there to do in DHS that is smaller less crowded, off the beaten path.
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Old 04-15-2013, 09:42 PM   #2
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Make sure to check out the Writer's Stop, it's toward the back of the park, near the Streets of America, it's small and not very well known(you really have to look to find it). It's got books and other merchandise for sale and it's also a coffee shop and they have great baked goods as well.
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I love Epcot and MK because we can all around see unique things. What is there to do in DHS that is smaller less crowded, off the beaten path.
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If you are staying on property, go to DHS during evening EMH and head to the Disney Jr bldg. They turn the theater into a disco with characters. There were some Disney Jr characters, but also Mickey, Minnie, Goofy and Pluto showed up to dance with everyone. We were there last June and when we went to the disco there were maybe 50 people tops and there was a ton of room to dance. You can also get balloon animals for free too which is fun if you have kids or heck always fun for the kid at heart! =)
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Make sure to check out the Writer's Stop, it's toward the back of the park, near the Streets of America, it's small and not very well known(you really have to look to find it). It's got books and other merchandise for sale and it's also a coffee shop and they have great baked goods as well.
My MIL is obsessed with that place!
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