Another "Honeymoon is booked!!!" post (and proud of it!!!!!)

posted 3 years ago in Honeymoons
Post # 3
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630 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

@donna_saur:  That’s where we’re going too!! I’ve already made reservations for us at Cinderella’s Table at the castle 🙂 We’re excited for that!!

Post # 4
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3735 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

@donna_saur:  We booked our honeymoon this past weekend! We were all over the place and were contemplating locations near and far. In the end, we decided to keep it simple and stay in the states. Part of our honeymoon will entail a road trip through the FL Keys. We’re so excited!

Post # 5
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412 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

Exciting!! Us too! We just confirmed everything yesterday 🙂 we didn’t think we would be able to do Disney but things actually worked out! Woo! We are hoping we may still be able to get a reservation at Le Cellier where we got engaged but we will see

Post # 6
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610 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

We felt the same way when we booked our honeymoon! Although we aren’t going to Disney (despite me being absolutely obsessed with it). Our only other big trip together was to Disney (5 years ago, so I’m DYING to go back) so we figured we should go somewhere else. I think about it constantly and cannot wait to go. I think I am definitely more excited about the honeymoon than the wedding.

Post # 7
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637 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

@donna_saur:  How fun! I’m definitely more excited for the honeymoon too! Disney will be so fun, so much to do. We booked our honeymoon back in Sept (wedding is in May) so we were early, but couldn’t wait to start dreaming of relaxing on the beach (we’re going to Antigua). Congrats!!

Post # 9
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771 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

@donna_saur:  yay! Congrats! We are doing Disneyland and disney world too! I went last year for first time ever and it was so much fun to plan and best time there!!! 

Post # 10
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610 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

@donna_saur:  We are going to Antigua! I am dying to lay on the beach with a fruity drink, and thinking about it is making this super cruddy winter harder to get through!

Post # 11
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185 posts
Blushing bee

@donna_saur:  Congratulations!!  That’s so exciting, and Disney is so great.  You always hear about how a theme park just couldn’t *possibly* be romantic…but FI and I have been there twice together and there are tons of romantic things to do! 

Where are you staying?

Post # 12
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13 posts
Newbee

I live 2 hours from Disneyland and I prefer going there with my toddler nephew. For my honneymoon i think i would prefer something more relaxing. I think its important to go to honeymoon somewhere not so crazy with not too many things to do, bc the whole point of it is to enjoy each other and not to be surrounded by 1 million people walking around all day. But if thats what floats your boat YAY. 🙂

Post # 14
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371 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2014 - Beach

I’m actually feeling the same 🙂 We booked our honeymoon last night wohooo. I was so relieved I could finally sleep for the first time in a week. We are going to Mexico,Los angeles and Las Vegas 😀 I’m waaay more excited about our trip than our wedding haha it’s our first trip together an I just cant wait

Post # 15
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185 posts
Blushing bee

@donna_saur:  There’s definitely places and ways to relax in Disney!  There’s no rule that says you can’t stay on your resort some days and not even go into the parks if you’re not feeling it.  But even in parks, there are places to relax. 

In the Magic Kingdom, the PeopleMover is a great way to get in some downtime.  Or Tom Sawyer Island.  Or just ride the train around for awhile 🙂

In Epcot, I really like Canada.  If you go back a little into the pavilion there’s a beautiful waterfall and it’s shady and rarely crowded.

One more tip is to check out the Disney resorts.  If you’re tired of being in the Magic Kindgom, for example, and are looking for a break, jump the monrail to any of monorail resorts or go by boat to the Wilderness Lodge or Fort Wilderness.  Fort Wilderness is so ridiculously quiet, you’d forget you’re on Disney property.  The resorts tend to be less crowded when everyone else is in the parks, you can check out the restaurants and the pools/pool bars, etc.  If you’re over by Epcot, you can walk right over to the Epcot resorts and check out the Boardwalk area, which also tends to be pretty dead in the afternoon.  It’s nice to grab something to eat there and just sit out by the water for awhile 🙂

Post # 16
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567 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

@donna_saur:  I thought one of my friends recently told me that at Disney World you can “check in” for rides now so you don’t have to wait in line. There is some kind of system where they notify you. Not sure how it works but might be worth checking in to. Congrats!!!!

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