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Crowds the week after Turkey Day?

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  • Crowds the week after Turkey Day?

    So I have heard it's fairly dead that week, I am planning on going Wed the 30th - Sunday the 4th. Does anyone have any guesstimate on just how crowded it will be? Thanks ya'll.
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    Re: Crowds the week after Turkey Day?

    Saturday will be a regular off-season Saturday crowd, but the other days are generally the least crowded of the year. As long as this fact doesn't get out, you'll have a great time.

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      Re: Crowds the week after Turkey Day?

      That's still the best time of the year to go, but for the past couple of years the word has gotten out and it has been getting steadily busier. We've been going then for the past 7-8 years. All the benefits of the holiday time w/o the crowds.

      We're doing the same this year. The Thanksgiving Buffet at the DL Hotel, then a couple of days elsewhere (LegoLand, Knotts) then DL/DCA until the following thursday. Then back home...

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