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  • On Mar 17, 2010
    Glenda from IN Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Hi Doug thanks for help on a previous ?. We will be celebrating our 19'yr wedding anniv. dinner @ V&A on Sept 14'th. Is there a romantic location at G.F. to view the Elec. water parade, possibly enjoying a cocktail at the same time.


    My wife and I have often gone to Mizner's in the main resort building for a cocktail, but that small lounge does not really have a decent view of the fireworks. You might see some of them from over the top of the buildings, but not much.

    Frankly, I would consider one of the two following options;

    1. Get on the monorail and go into the park.
    Romance is what you make of it, and you can find a nice quieter locale to watch from somewhere off the beaten paths of Main Street.

    2. Walk to the beaches of the Polynesian.
    This is what I would do! The beaches have a direct view of the fireworks. They even pipe in the park soundtrack. Grab a cocktail either at the pool bar (if open), or go up to the Tambu Lounge (inside, by 'Ohanas) and get something that you can take back to the beach.

    If you can get one of the hammocks or the covered lounge seats, even better. The first is just romantic for anyone, and the latter provides some privacy for you while you enjoy the show.

    I hope this helps?

    Have a magical vacation!
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