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WDW at Christmas '08


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  • [Question] WDW at Christmas '08

    I'm heading down to WDW this December. I know WDW is murder around Christmas from what I hear (i.e. extreme crowds), but it's the only time that I can make it out of school and see all of the holiday festivities. Any suggestions on beating crowds, enjoying the holidays, covering all the parks, and catching most of the holiday shows and special activities?

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    Re: WDW at Christmas '08

    Yeah it is murder but there is so much to do and see and that time of year is just so magical at WDW that just being there is simply the best part of all. Just set your expectations appropriately and you can't help but have fun.

    Hop on over to the Micechat WDW forums and do a general search for lots of info and discussion on Christmas trips
    Last edited by tjcjr; 06-30-2008, 06:40 AM.


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