Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Sleeping in a Disney Park

In honor of this (kind of silly) one-more-Disney-day thing where the Magic Kingdom will be open for 24 hours on leap day, I present to you the places I would sleep in each Walt Disney World park.  The rules are as follows:

- the first place named is a place I would ACTUALLY or have actually taken a nap.  These are non-rule-breaking locations.  You wouldn't get in trouble for trying to sleep there; although a cast member *might* try to wake you, the chances of this are low.

- the second place is the place I would actually sleep if I had the park to myself for an entire night (i.e. basically the most comfortable, least scary location I can think of).  It has to be a location that is generally "available" (visible) to the public (e.g. not the castle suite), but doesn't have to be physically accessible during normal park hours (i.e. you'd get kicked out/go to Disney jail if they caught you trying to get in there - as opposed to the first place named where you wouldn't).

Here we go:

Magic Kingdom

1) Hall of Presidents (totally took a short nap there on my last visit)
    a) 1st runner up: Carousel of Progress

2) the bed in the Swiss Family Robinson Tree House


1) Ellen's Energy Adventure
a) 1st runner up: the French pavilion movie

2) the couch/shag rug in the Spaceship Earth scene where the family is watching the moon landing


1) Voyage of the Little Mermaid
a) 1st runner up: Muppet Vision 3D
b) 2nd Runner up: Sounds Dangerous (if open)

2) Honey I Shrunk the Kids playground (love that movie - could find a comfy blade of grass there I am sure).

Animal Kingdom

1) Finding Nemo: the Musical

2) One of those beach chairs on the roof of Restaurantosaurus?

What do you guys think?  Where have you napped?  Where would you nap if you could?

1 comment:

  1. We used to run so hard when I was in college that I fell asleep in several places at MK - CoP, Pirates, Tiki Room, and probably TTA.. we never did HoP but that would have been a nice long nap!