• On Sep 2, 2012
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    My 20-month old will need a nap in the middle of the day. Besides the Baby Centers, please list some quiet places inside each of the 4 parks. We will be "resort hopping," so we won't always have a room to go to during his naps in the middle of


    Great question. There are a few good places in each park. Here are my favorites;

    Magic Kingdom: When you get to the central hub of the park, there is some nice, secluded and quiet seating to your right. It is down near a waterway, and has little or no traffic.
    Epcot: At the back of the Italy pavilion it used to be quiet, but at meal times the Via Napoli crowd can make it a bit noisy. An alternative would be to go to the public spaces between the Universe of Energy and Mission: SPACE.
    Hollywood Studios: At the far back reaches of Pixar Place, as you enter the Streets of America, you will enter a town square. It is usually quiet back there, and shaded seating can be found just before you reach that square.
    Animal Kingdom: The verandah seating at Flame Tree BBQ on Discovery Island. Keep going down to the water's edge to get as secluded as possible.

    Write me back if I can help further!

    Have a magical vacation!
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