Disney without kids is a TON of fun! My husband and I like to visit Disney without kids just about every other year. This September, we decided to visit Disney during the Epcot Food and Wine Festival for a long weekend. We are also celebrating out 10th Anniversary!
This was kind of a last-minute trip. I really wanted to stay at Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club or the Boardwalk because they are within walking distance to Epcot. (That is where we plan on spending the majority of our time.) Neither resorts were available, so we opted to stay at the new Copper Creek Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge.
I am really excited about seeing this resort as it is the only Disney resort I have not stayed at. I booked a Deluxe Studio with the rain shower! There is no tub in this room and the shower looks AMAZING! (Can you tell what we are excited about!) I do like the Wilderness Lodge Resort and I am very excited to be heading “home” for a long weekend!
Because we are going for the International Food and Wine Festival, I didn’t feel it was necessary to make many dining reservations. We will spend 2 ½ days in Epcot sampling all the amazing food options that are brought in for this special event. Thank goodness we will be walking so much!
I am really excited to be visiting Pandora – The World of Avatar. This will be my first opportunity to experience it! We have plans to hit the park in the morning and in the evening so I can get the full experience during the day and night time. I am also very excited to try Satu’li Canteen and Pongu Pongu – the dining options in Pandora. (Can you tell this trip may be a little about foo??)
What I think I am most excited about is FINALLY seeing “Happily Ever After” – the new fireworks show in Magic Kingdom. We will be attending the Fireworks Dessert Party. I have done the dessert parties in the past and it really is a great way to have the best viewing of the fireworks in the theme parks.
There are so many adult things to do in Disney and I am excited to be heading back and doing them again! We will be dining at Le Cellier – somewhere my youngest will not eat at, hanging out on the Boardwalk at Jellyrolls – my favorite piano bar EVER and a few other things!
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