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  • Trip to Disneyland on Thanksgiving

    Hello

    It has been awhile since, I last posted a thread. So I feel now is as good a time as any.

    My family and I were planning on taking a trip to Disneyland in January, but do to some home and car repairs we are going to have to put it off, for a while.

    I was thinking of reviving a Thanksgiving tradition my family used to do, and going to Disneyland on Turkey Day. We lived in the Pasadena area and so it was easy to do every year, but now that I live in Northern California we are only able to do the trip every other year.

    My question is Disneyland still slow on Thanksgiving? When, I went as a kid, I remember it being rather slow. Also are the hotels empty during that week? I was thinking of having us go Tuesday, Wedensday and ending our trip on Thursday. Any advise on what the park and hotel occupancy is like on these days would be greatly appriatated.
    Dave

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    Re: Trip to Disenyland on Thanksgiving

    Hi Dave,

    If you are planning on going that week, the days you selected are perfect. Friday Saturday and Sunday are scary. Plus the drive up and back won't be bad.

    Have a great time!

    Chad

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      Re: Trip to Disenyland on Thanksgiving

      thanks
      Dave

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        Re: Trip to Disenyland on Thanksgiving

        Originally posted by bigwavedave View Post
        thanks
        My pleasure pal. Good luck to your bolts as well.

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          Re: Trip to Disneyland on Thanksgiving

          I was there this thanksgiving...tues, wed and thur...came home fri. Drive home was great...5 I/2 hours to Santa Cruz. it was busy. not horribly. but busy. was there on new years day 2007 and that was omg busy. I absolutely enjoyed Thanksgiving. about 45-60 min. wait. new years 75 plus. would absolutely do it again.



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            Re: Trip to Disneyland on Thanksgiving

            What was the line like for the subs?
            Dave

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