Yay for plane tickets!
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This trip is mostly an unplanned hang out at ...
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I officially have plane tickets for my trip this October. yay!!
This trip is mostly an unplanned hang out at the parks with Florida resident friends. Helps that said friends are CMs. LOL (Backstage CMs, they don't work in the parks)
I have a late enough flight going down that I can sneak in a half day of work.
One question though to all you regular planners. :-) There is one night where I am going to have to hang out at PI alone, as they all have a CM only function to go to that night. Not being a party animal.. thus totally ignoring all clubs.. what does PI have to offer? I will be alone, so I'd rather not hit the clubs and be hit on. (I am a married woman thank you very much LOL) Am thinking about Disneyquest. Anyone been there? And what are the games like? (Yes, I am gamer. LOL)
DH and I thought Disney Quest was a lot of fun.....we really liked the "make your own roller coaster" thing and just wandering around each level trying stuff out. We spent several hours there and definitely got our $$ worth!
I am not a "gamer" but my family members are. I thought I wouldn't like much of DisneyQuest, but I was wrong. There are a ton of fun things to do there. That's what I'd choose. To me the fun of going to Adventurers Club or Comedy Club is having someone to share it with....so I probably wouldn't choose to do that alone.