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what is the best place to eat and shop at night city walk or Down town Disney?

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May 20, 2019 / By Tami
Question: what are the best places to eat at both which is better in your opinion and do they both have free parking and is it free to just walk in or is there a cover charge?
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Rheta Rheta | 9 days ago
Both are free to wander around. If you are looking to shop for Disney related items then obviously DTD is your best bet. The non-Dsiney shops are very nice to look at too. The restaurant choices are good Earl of Sandwich is a good cheaper place to eat and Fultons and Raglan Road are really nice more expensive palces to eat there. DTD also has DisneyQuest which is a 4 story arcade and Splitsville which is a bowling alley (done by Disney so of course it is more than just regular bowling). And the Cirque du Soleil show La Nouba! Don't forget Ghirardelli's for dessert too!! CityWalk has more "everyday" type stores like watch shops (Fossil), Surf shops (Billabong, Roxy etc) and cigar stores but the bar/nightclubs selection is great. The restaurant choices are not as good in my opinion but there are several chain choices like Bubba Gumps, NASCAR grill and Margaritaville. They also have a food court area that has Panda Express and a BK Whopper Bar. The Blue Man Group has a show there that is worth seeing. I didn't park at either so I am not sure if there are fees.
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Rheta Originally Answered: light sleeper- can't sleep through the night in the city.help!?
hello? she said no OTC meds. there are really soft 'down' earplugs on the market that ive used also wax earplugs are more comfortable than foam. i use foam everyday. i got used to it. there is valerian root capsules you can take that are all natural. they smell terrible but 2 a night oughta do the trick. and whats wrong with hallucinogenic dreams? u can always break the melatonin in half. also a glass of wine b4 bed is pretty relaxing sweet dreams
Rheta Originally Answered: light sleeper- can't sleep through the night in the city.help!?
Benadril works good for me, I had the same problem. But after about 4- 5 months I was finally able to sleep the whole night. I have a train that goes by almost every hour, and you really can't drown those out. Make sure your window is closed, or maybe get a white noise machine.

Mildreth Mildreth
They are both free to walk around. Parking at Downtown Disney is free, but parking at Citywalk is not. It really depends on what you want. They both have a great selection of shops and restaurants. Citywalk has more bars and nightclubs, and Downtown Disney is more family-friendly (but has some live music options).
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Libby Libby
you have asked similar questions 3 other times since december when you became a member. i'm getting tired of it. why don't you just read the answers you've already gotten?
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Libby Originally Answered: Disney vs Universal studios Florida. How long in each?
Your family obviously has previous experience in theme parks. What y'all probably DON'T have is experience in doing new theme parks day after day after day. I know it's tempting to try and "do all the parks and rides" since you may not be back. But really, it'll turn you into mush. All these parks are extremely stimulating, after 2-3 days everybody will be gorked out, particularly young kids. Also, these parks are not like Knott's Berry Farm or Six Flags. There's a lot in between the rides to keep your head swiveling around. Some of the rides themselves are quite intense beyond the spinning and dropping. I do think you're cutting your time at Disney short, the Magic Kingdom and especially Epcot can be two-day parks. The MK has lots of rides (and lines) and the sheer size of Epcot means doing it in one day is pretty insane. (It was originally planned as two parks, that should give you a hint.) My advice would be to buy a three day ticket to Disney, and go to the Magic Kingdom and Epcot first, they're more unique. Get to Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios if you are done with all the other parks, including Universal's. I love the AK but a large part is based on slowing down and looking around, and if you can't do that, you miss a lot of the park. Hollywood Studios has great thrill rides, but Universal has many more. Of course this only works if you're not hurrying through other parks so you can "finish" all of them. There's not a prize or medal for doing all the rides and parks. Trust me. You're already missing Sea World and Busch Gardens, so why try to cram stuff in for the sake of cramming? Get a one-day park-to park ticket for Universal. (You can add another day if you don't see all you want. The same goes for Disney.) Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios are right next to each other so you may be able to do them in one day. Matter of fact, you might want to go there before Disney. Universal is more like Six Flags, with an emphasis on big thrill rides and not much "magic" outside them. Be prepared to split your party up. Many of the rides have minimum heights, and most are pretty intimidating. Even if the 9 year old can handle some of the extreme coasters he/she may not be 4'6. Check the ride requirements before you get in line if you think the younger kids will freak if they get psyched up to ride and then booted at the station. In short, get tickets, go to the parks, and THEN decide how many days you'll spend where. There's no need to schedule your vacation. You won't see everything you want to see, period. Go and enjoy, stop when you've had enough. If more people did this, they would get far more out of their vacation.

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