Hi! Welcome to my second trip report. My first report was all about the trials and tribulations of traveling with a wussy two year old, this trip we are leaving him with Grandma and Grandpa. (Cue maniacal laugh...wahahaha). I cannot even begin to express my excitement for this trip. I just checked in online, and the next ten days cannot go by fast enough. My husband (Grizzly) and I will be celebrating our 10th wedding anniversary during this trip. It is our second DVC stay, and we'll be spending 3 nights at the Boardwalk from July 18th -July 21st. This will also be the very first time we are both traveling together without our 2.5 year old son which is probably what is contributing about 95% of my excitement. Trip planning so far has consisted of many many nights lying awake planning out with each other what our perfect trip would be. We have gone back and forth between going commando and hitting all our favorite attractions in our short 3 day visit, or taking advantage of not having the toddler around and sleeping in past 6:30am in the morning and moving leisurely around the parks. It's such a tough choice, but knowing us(we are not the move leisurely type) we will end up doing our commando thing, being there for rope drops (if the rope drops are back) with some adult drinking around the world thrown in at Epcot. The only day we actually have plans for is Friday, our official anniversary. We have a 10am breakfast reservation at the Polynesian because after reading a ton of trip reports I am dying to try the stuffed french toast. After breakfast we are going to make our way over to Beaches and Cream for the kitchen sink for lunch. Dinner we have reservations at the California Grill followed by extra magic hours in the Magic Kingdom that evening. Stay tuned and I'll fill you in on what transpires. Also feel free to post what you consider to be the most romantic thing to do at Disney. My favorite is to ride the Tomorrow Land Transit Authority but I'd love to hear if there are other things I'm missing.