Pop Century

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  1. luvsvacations

    luvsvacations Mouseketeer

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    I Have Pop book Dec 18-26th. We are a group of 8 and will also have some teenagers ranging from 16-19. I hear a lot about small children - will these older guys like Pop do you think or is it mostly small children ?

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  3. Bell30012

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    Your teenagers will love the giant cell phones as stairwell decorations. You can take them around Remembrance Walk and they will see when certain things happened or were invented. (You know Disney should come up with a quiz to take on RW.) Of course, what teenagers don't love a pool? There is a giant laptop pool.
     
  4. ksc08

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    How is the weather that time of year? We are going 12/28-1/2. Are the pools outdoor and heated?
     
  5. kristinanderic

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    I've seen plenty of teenagers there enjoying themselves. Don't forget about the arcade to check out...my husband still seems to enjoy himself in there!!
     
  6. figaromeetsmarie

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    Three feature pools -- the Bowling Pin Pool, the Hippy Dippy Pool and the Computer Pool; a kiddie pool; playground; and the Fast Forward arcade. Goofy stands watch over Pop Jet Playground, a playland of popping water located near the 1970s lodge buildings.
     
  7. sarobison

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    Unless I am mistaken all of the pools at WDW are heated, er temperature controlled, to a consistent year-round temperature.
     
  8. luvsvacations

    luvsvacations Mouseketeer

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    Thanks - that is all good to hear.
     
  9. PattnFmly

    PattnFmly <font color=darkorchid>DH drove me crazy last nigh

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    Well, DH got as much, if not MORE, enjoyment out of the arcade than our DS's! Plus, (at least it was there when we were there in April), there's a ping pong table near the food court that always seemed to be busy with kids playing.
     
  10. Bell30012

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    We've been to POP Century in November, April and December. The water is heated to a perfect 80 degrees. The pools are great. The Bowling Pin pool over in the 50's is usually pretty quiet and has the least amount of people at it. My daughter and I had the pool to ourselves several evenings.
     

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