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View Poll Results: Which attraction do you most nap on?

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  • Hall of Presidents

    30 23.44%
  • American Experience

    20 15.63%
  • Ellen's Energy Adventure

    34 26.56%
  • Sounds Dangerous

    9 7.03%
  • American Idol Experience

    1 0.78%
  • Carousel of Progress

    18 14.06%
  • Country Bear Jamboree

    7 5.47%
  • Circle of Life

    4 3.13%
  • Flights of Wonder

    0 0%
  • Finding Nemo

    5 3.91%
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  1. #1
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    Default Which attraction do you nap on?

    Sad to say, but I often find that I often end up having a little nap on some attractions. Wondered which one others nap on. Just a fun little poll.
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    It never fails. I fall asleep at the American Adventure every time!
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    There have been many dark rides and shows that I plopped into my seat with a sigh, relieved to be off my feet, but I have never even come close to napping on a ride. I find WDW way too exciting for that. I did, however, almost pass out at the Adventurer's Club once, but I don't think that counts...
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    I've never fallen asleep on any attraction. But if I did it would be Hall of Presidents
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    DH and I both fell asleep on Ellen's Energy Adventure once (even though we both liked the ride.) I think we fell asleep because it was the first time we'd sat down and relaxed after 3 days of storming the park commando style. The funny part was that each of us was trying to hide it from the other one.
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    Ok so I am a history teacher and I have to admit, the American Adventure can be pretty dry. My wife always falls asleep. I don't because I love history and it is truly an amazing show if you consider the technology that goes into it. That being said, I do feel they need to revamp parts of the show. The Civil War section is terrible!

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    Hard as I try,I can't help myself from catching some zzzzz's on ellen's.

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    Spaceship Earth, during the downward spiral. By that time, I'm pretty comfortable and easily lulled to a restful state. In fact, by that time, I always wish I could stay on for another round and continue the relaxing journey.
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    It never fails that I'll catch a quick nap when we do a show in the afternoon thats air conditioned. We schedule these attractions at this time for that reason. Its great to get out of the afternoon heat/humidity for the 15-20 minutes and just relax. I voted for Carousel of Progress, although I could have selected more than one.
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    Ha! Another vote for Spaceship Earth!

    I love the ride...one of my favorites. However, when you are riding backwards looking up at the dark sky...in a nice comfortable reclined position

    Can't be helped!

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    Ellen is for sure the easiest. I hope they never change it! 30-40 minutes of uninterrupted time in a dark, air conditioned space is like gold at WDW. American Adventure would be a distant 2nd.

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    Carousel of Progress...everytime BUT the first time.
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    Oh, my DH and DD use Spaceship Earth as their personal napping ground. I love that ride!
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    Honestly, as much as I try not to sometimes sitting the in AC on cushion seats in the dark gets the best of me - American Adventure and Hall of Presidents (although I always wake up to see the Presidents speak)!
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    sounds dangerous is a great napping area. It's dark, I don't put on the headphones & just have the kids tell me when it is over. I really can't believe this continues to stay open. Sooooo boring!

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    I put down Ellen's Energy Adventure, but I have slept in the Hall of Presidents and the Carousel of Progress. I have also lost consciousness in Bear Jamboree, although I have no idea how. I must have been really tired.
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    Another vote for Carousel of Progress and Spaceship Earth. Love both but strategic afternoon placement in our agenda = a little peace and quite + air conditioning & makes DAD a happy man!!!
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    COP for me b/c we normally do it in the afternoon. The music, the slow turning theater, the a/c, after a big lunch.

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    I voted UofEnergy, but today at Epcot I also napped at the American Experience, Circle, and the France movie.. I might have been out cold on that one.

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    Hall of Presidents gets my vote every time. As fascinating the animatronic presidents are, the a/c wins hands down on a hot and humid day. It's dark and cool for a short nap.
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