It's okay to love going to Disney World as an adult without taking children along.
Another Disney World gem that we visited on our trip was the Rose and Crown Pub. This special bar that is connected to the Rose and Crown restaurant at Epcot's Great Britian Pavilion is a great place to come inside, enjoy a couple of drinks (especially the Black & Tan), eat some pub food, and meet some great people.
Adult Pace - Discover The Seldom Seen
I love riding the rides and experiencing the attractions probably as much or more than anyone else, but I enjoyed having an adult only trip where the attractions were not high or our priority list.
There was also the chance to read some of the posters and signs posted on the walls that provide some details to the wonderful backstories that the Disney Imagineers have created.
There was also a chance to take in some of the wonderful musical acts that play at Disney World.
We saw the British Invasion, the Beatles look alike band that plays in the Great Britain Pavilion in Epcot.
We rocked along with Off Kilter. The kilt wearing band that has a home in Epcot's Canada Pavilion.
We also got to watch Mulch, Sweat, and Shears, which may be Disney World's best band at Disney's Hollywood Studios.
During the Food & Wine Festival we also saw Sister Hazel and Kool & the Gang perform during the Eat To The Beat Concert Series.
Run, Run, Run
The last special item the we added to this trip was running in the "Race For The Taste 10K". This was a fun event and I would highly recommend anyone that even remotely likes to run to try one of the great event that the Disney Endurance Series team puts on. For more information visit: http://www.disneyenduranceseries.com/
End of Part II
This brings us to the end of Part II of our Disney World Without Kids Trip Report. Part III will talk about perhaps the best reason for taking a Disney World Trip without kids in October - The Epcot International Food & Wine Festival.