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hopingforamiracle Wed 14-Jan-15 17:31:11

Walt Disney World in Florida as an adult? I'm 23. I love Disney but people always take the piss blush

jeanswithatwist Wed 14-Jan-15 17:32:43

no...!

zippyandbungle Wed 14-Jan-15 17:35:11

Not at all, when we were there I was amazed at how many young couples on honeymoon there were. Go for it.

WorraLiberty Wed 14-Jan-15 17:39:07

No, if that's what you're into it's not weird at all.

BadtzMaru Wed 14-Jan-15 17:44:26

I went for the first time aged 27 with DH, he had been before but I hadn't so we went for one last big pre TTC holiday.

Bowlersarm Wed 14-Jan-15 17:51:46

When we went we met lots of couples who had gone by themselves and left their perfect age for Disney children at home, so YANBU.

molyholy Wed 14-Jan-15 17:52:47

We went disbeyland paris last new year with dd and were amazed at how many adults there were! The queues were ridiculous for everything and we couldn't understand why an adult sans children, would queue for 2+ hrs to get their picture took with someone dressed up as mickey mouse hmm

fluffyraggies Wed 14-Jan-15 17:53:12

No. My DD1 loves all things Disney and would go like a shot i imagine. She's 22.

Greywackejones Wed 14-Jan-15 17:54:27

Nope. Did Disney France at 30!

Bloody marvellous. grin

AnnoyedByAlfieBear Wed 14-Jan-15 17:55:05

No! There is loads for adults. In fact I'm looking forward to going without dc again when they've grown up! lol

evenherfartsarefragrant1 Wed 14-Jan-15 17:57:31

I really am not a fan of Disney. But if you love it. Then go. Treat yourself!

SurlyCue Wed 14-Jan-15 18:01:34

Nope not at all. I'm looking forward til my DCs are grown so i can either go without them or go go as a group of adults rather than a parent and child combo being restricted by so many things.

beautyfades Wed 14-Jan-15 18:04:57

No I love it and I'm 33!

Thudercatsrule Wed 14-Jan-15 18:09:31

I'm 40 this year and DH and I are having a sneaky trip to Disneyland without the kids to celebrate and then we are taking then to WDW a few months later to celebrate with them...so no, you are def NBU!!

KitKat1985 Wed 14-Jan-15 18:14:50

YANBU. Me and DH went for our honeymoon and had an amazing time. There's loads there for adults! x

LittleMiss77 Wed 14-Jan-15 18:17:30

I did Euro Disney last year for my 34th birthday. .. Disney is wasted on kids!

Nancy66 Wed 14-Jan-15 18:19:13

It's not something I would understand but I wouldn't think it weird either

AcrossthePond55 Wed 14-Jan-15 18:27:48

I go to Disneyland 1 - 3 times a year, my just BFF and I. It's wonderful! Non-Disney people just don't get it and they never will, so you just rock on and go!!

BTW- DH and I are making our first trip to WDW in April. I'm sooo excited!!! DH isn't a Disney-phile, we're making it a cross country trip with our caravan so even he is pretty excited.

Cooki3Monst3r Wed 14-Jan-15 18:30:34

Hell no!!! I can't wait to go without kiddies so I can stroll around and look at all the intricate architecture.

Vicks72 Wed 14-Jan-15 18:34:38

YANBU - I know people who have been there on honeymoon. Just don't knock small children over or jump over pushchairs to get to the front to see the parades, both of which happened to my dd & ds in Euro Disney!

comeagainforbigfudge Wed 14-Jan-15 18:39:05

I have a friend whose kids are no longer interested in going (18yo - so holidays with mates time)
But she still goes with her hubby. They she love it so!

Go go! I haven't been since I was 17. And it was the L.A. one. Would love to got to florid a!

lalalonglegs Wed 14-Jan-15 19:13:52

We were at the cinema yesterday (seeing Birdman, so not a children's film) and there was a whole advert featuring a childless couple having an amazing time at one of the Disney resorts. Not my cup of tea but, apparently, you would not be alone if you went child-free.

Hillfog Wed 14-Jan-15 19:18:04

We went in our 20's and stayed at the Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Studios for a few days. Lots of fun!

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