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  1. #31
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    Re: WDW in oct

    Quote Originally Posted by A-heim Boy View Post
    Well we are mostly booked in now. Plans changed slightly as now my mom and dad are joining us as well as my wife's mom who has never been to Orlando. We're all booked in old key west villa using our DVC points for mid oct. the week before we're on a cruise on the fantasy to western Caribbean. Can not wait. Just bought our park tickets too.
    Sounds fantastic! I'll beat you to the Fantasy on the W. Carribean by a few weeks. Love to swap notes!
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  2. #32
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    Re: WDW in oct

    For sure, really looking forward to the whole thing. Any suggestions from anyone about anything is totally welcome.

  3. #33
    We are planning a trip to Disney last week of July any suggestions for 1st time visitors?

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    Mickeys not so scary Halloween party.

  5. #35
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    October stay

    Eleven years ago we spent a week at Disney over fall break. We had to take the boys out of school for three days as our fall break was only two days. It was great! not real crowded. We are going back this October over fall break ours is still only two days so we are again taking the boys out of school for three days. My concern is that since a lot of schools have went to a balanced calendar and have a full week and some even two weeks off for fall break that Disney will be crazy busy like spring break is. Has anyone been the last couple years in October. If so how are the crowds?

  6. #36
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    Re: October stay

    October is still a good time to go. It will be busier than 11 yrs ago though. Disney normally offers free dining in October.
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    Re: October stay

    We've been on our honeymoon in 2009 and it was not very crowded until the Epcot Food and Wine Festival kicked in - those days were rather crazy on the weekend in Epcot, as every Florida pass holder in adult age seemed to come for this! We loved it.
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  8. #38
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    Quote Originally Posted by elric View Post
    October is still a good time to go. It will be busier than 11 yrs ago though. Disney normally offers free dining in October.
    Hopefully the week we are there won't be too bad since that is one of the weeks they aren't offering the free dining plan. Lol

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    Re: October stay

    Quote Originally Posted by mrsmule229 View Post
    Hopefully the week we are there won't be too bad since that is one of the weeks they aren't offering the free dining plan. Lol
    We are there the same week! Kind of glad it worked out that way.
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