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Posted on: February 10, 2009 at 10:23AM

Everything is expensive at WDW. There are several no-cost things we always do. The beaches are free and a terrific way to unwind and relax. There are always chairs around and there is never a crowd. We always take a round trip on the monorail when it is not crowded. Likewise the boats. It is so pleasant riding outside in the rear and just watching the love flora and fauna to by. There are lots of places to go on the little boats. Long, or short, walks around the lakes is pleasant too. There are numbers of no-charge events that take placee here. For example the Festival of the Masters art show is one of the best you will see anywhere. Take a walk on the Boardwalk in the morning, get some fresh bakery and coffee and sit around the lake and enjoy. Not free, but a relative bargain pricewise. What ideas do you have? report a problem

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