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So, here's something I think about while I'm at the park:

Supposing all of the buildings, in all of the hamlets, contained actual, inhabitable rooms, and supposing that you were actually given permission to do this and wouldn't be dodging security the whole time, where would you want to spend the night in Busch Gardens?

Personally, I think I'd want to stay above the pub in Kilarney. I like the *idea* of Ireland and think it would be cool to see it at night.
 
Jul 13, 2011
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DoctorMoneyMD said:
So, here's something I think about while I'm at the park:

Supposing all of the buildings, in all of the hamlets, contained actual, inhabitable rooms, and supposing that you were actually given permission to do this and wouldn't be dodging security the whole time, where would you want to spend the night in Busch Gardens?

Personally, I think I'd want to stay above the pub in Kilarney. I like the *idea* of Ireland and think it would be cool to see it at night.

I'd like to live in Banbury Cross (either over the London Dairy or over the portal near the fountain at the entrance) or in Rhinefeld overlooking the fountain...
 
Nov 14, 2009
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DoctorMoneyMD said:
Personally, I think I'd want to stay above the pub in Kilarney. I like the *idea* of Ireland and think it would be cool to see it at night.

My choice too. No doubt about it. Ireland is my favorite hamlet to just hang out in.
 
Aug 18, 2010
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This is kind of like my Busch Gardens Zombies thread where would you go ^_^ Anyway i would either sleep in banbury cross or germany!
 
Nov 14, 2009
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I've always said I'd love it if they opened Ireland up during the off season as a night spot. Just charge like a $5-$10 cover to get in. Dinner at Grogan's Grille, hanging out watching football or hockey in Grogan's Pub, they could throw up a screen in the Abbeystone and run movies, the street band playing outside...that'd be awesome!

And they have and entrance to Ireland right in the England parking lot, so you wouldn't even have to walk through the park to get to it.

Oh well, a guy can dream...
 
Jun 22, 2010
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I would sleep in the Celtic Fyre Inn duh.......

Ok, I would actually sleep in the net thing at Land of the Dragons, looks semi-comfortable.
 
Aug 18, 2010
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I have thought about it a bit more i would stay either in one of the trains cabs or in a roller coaster car ^-^
 
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CarterGee said:
I don't think Busch would be too thrilled if I did this haha

...But I would sleep on top of Griffon. :)

That would be awesome. The view from the top of the ride is amazing at night, especially during Christmas Town.

For me I would say Drachen Fire's old station. It's like having your own house away from the city. Not to mention the big open field and nice scenery.
 
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Mike541x said:
CarterGee said:
I don't think Busch would be too thrilled if I did this haha

...But I would sleep on top of Griffon. :)

That would be awesome. The view from the top of the ride is amazing at night, especially during Christmas Town.

For me I would say Drachen Fire's old station. It's like having your own house away from the city. Not to mention the big open field and nice scenery.

And plus it looks like a castle on the inside so thats a plus too.
 
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I think I'd set up a bed inside the sawmill of Le Scoot. That place always seemed kinda homey to me. You'd have running water and exhilirating slide to wake you up in the morning.
 

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Great thread! I've always thought I'd like to stay in one of the cottages in Ireland, but Germany might be fun, too, either in the building with the clock or across from it, looking out on the fountain. Or, for an outdoor experience, the garden area around the cabanas.
 
Dec 23, 2011
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i had thought about this, perhaps they can close down EitA and completely replace it with a separate charge motel, they can connect it to the pub, that way there is an easy access route to the England parking lot, and an easy route to inside the park. it sure would be worth the extra cost to stay in an authentic irish pub/motel. BTW if you didn't notice, the pub is my number one place to stay.
 
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I'd stay at the pub in Ireland. It's the only thing there that is actually like an inn. Plus they sell Starbucks for when I wake up.
 
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I would stay in France, in one of the buildings that makes up the square. I always liked France, I wish it was bigger and had more buildings. Oh well.
 
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