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Old 07-12-2014, 02:12 AM   #1
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Just don't know what to do, or where to go!

Hi All,

Help!! Been to WDW many times before, and also cruised 3 times in as many years with DCL.

We'll be in Orlando (Bonnet Creek) for 5 nights in September, and am really stuck for what to do. It'll just be myself and my wife. We will probably spend one day in MK and another in Universal (if the lines for HP decrease). But what else can we do? Was looking at Hoop de foo and the Hawaiian show at Poly, but not sure if either are our thing. We've done La Nouba as recently as last year, so I don't fancy that again.

Does anyone have any other suggestions? It doesn't have to be Disney related.

Thanks, Stevey
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Old 07-12-2014, 03:06 PM   #2
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My boyfriend and I had a lot of fun at Hoop Dee Doo. We also really enjoy Jellyrolls on the boardwalk, trying the different signature restaurants (favorites are Jiko, Cali Grill, and V&A), and taking one night to just chill in our room on the balcony with a bottle of wine. Of course, drinking around the world is also a good adult activity.
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Old Yesterday, 06:51 AM   #3
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It depends on what you are into:
sports: golf, mini-golf, fishing, RPDE, marathon, bowling, ESPN Club, WWS/ESPN Zone, etc
shopping: DTD, area outlet malls, large scale malls
drinking: Jellyrolls, Raglan Road, monorail tour of resorts, walking tour of resorts in the Boardwalk area
movies: DTD 24 screen theater some with meals served by waiters
night clubbing: Jellyrolls, Atlantic Dance, Raglan Road, Citywalk
resort tours: monorail tour of resorts, Boardwalk around the lake tour of resorts, AKL/AKV
offsite: Gaylord Palms Resort, Citywalk, swamp tour
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Old Yesterday, 08:33 AM   #4
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Hi, I don't know your dates so just did the throw out a bunch of ideas approach.

If you are foodies, and have tickets/park hoppers, the Epcot After Hours Wind Down is something that you might like (don't know when it ends and when Food and Wine Festival starts). So Food and Wind Festival is a big one lol.

This might be a couple of weird ideas since you can probably do this at home; but a "date" night at Splitsville (bowling and dinner) can be a good laugh, or booking a movie and dinner with bar service at the AMC might be considered unique for WDW.

Golf at WDW and offsite.

Non-Disney: If you like sushi and have a vehicle, MoonFish has a fantastic happy hour menu. Pretty sure September is Orlando Magical Dining Month so lots of prix fixe menus. Kennedy Space Center or Cape Canaveral or whatever they call it now. Catch a ball game. Drive to Tampa/Miami/Jacksonville on a Sunday and catch a football game. I think there is a traveling Cirque show sometime in September too.

Cheers! (I just realize I spend too much time solo in Orlando lol.)

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Old Yesterday, 03:34 PM   #5
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The 2014 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival is September 19 - November 10. It is an excellent way to experience Epcot, with food stands all around World Showcase. The tasting portions of food, desserts, beer, and wine are excellent and there are concerts in front of the American Adventure pavilion.

https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/ev...wine-festival/
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