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Wendy
31-07-2012, 08:52 PM
We have been to this for about 4 years running and we've been talking about doing different things this time and neither of us are sure whether we want to go to the party or not.

What would you do, it's quite expensive to go and we don't dress up so as we have seen it all before do you think it's worth it :unsure:

keith
31-07-2012, 09:12 PM
We have been to this for about 4 years running and we've been talking about doing different things this time and neither of us are sure whether we want to go to the party or not.

What would you do, it's quite expensive to go and we don't dress up so as we have seen it all before do you think it's worth it :unsure:

well, obviously to each their own and if neither of you fancy it then that's that. There's certainly no shortage of other things to do.

*BUT* :lol: I love the halloween party. It's the thing I miss most going in December because the christmas party is just nowhere near as good.

I love the atmosphere, the parade and the whole feel really :)

Wendy
31-07-2012, 09:21 PM
We love the atmosphere, but it's always the same and we were wondering whether if we missed a year it would seem better when we went again :lol:

keith
31-07-2012, 09:29 PM
We love the atmosphere, but it's always the same and we were wondering whether if we missed a year it would seem better when we went again :lol:

well yeah that's a point for sure.

I couldn't miss it... there've been times I've been tempted to fly out JUST for the party :lol: I really do enjoy that evening

I guess you could try universal? or seaworld.. see what they do for halloween

uscwest
01-08-2012, 12:54 AM
We go almost every time we are there at this time of year also, but I don't think we have it in our plans this year. It probably wouldn't hurt if you missed it.

Clarkkent
01-08-2012, 08:31 PM
We've done it twice and are doing it again this year. We enjoy the party atmosphere, the trick or treating, and the fireworks display (which is different from Wishes) is pretty awesome.
Plus doing some of the rides in the dark, dressed up in an outfit, is always fun. :-)


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Wendy
01-08-2012, 08:57 PM
I'm already caving :lol: Chris says he isn't bothered either way, he just thought it would be good to give it a rest this year. The only think I'm thinking though, is next year we are going early as it is our silver wedding anniversary and I'm not sure we will still be there when the party begins :unsure:

Arrgghhhhh, decisions, decisions :lol:

Tink
02-08-2012, 08:46 AM
Well whatever you do, don't go to Universal for their Halloween "celebration." They always choose a very gory theme, and it's definitely not for the likes of you and I! :eek:

Some folks really enjoy their very different (from Disney) experience there, but I can't even bear to look at the billboard adverts. :nono:

If you are tired of it, give it a miss. If it ends up you miss it for two years, that's ok too. You'll have time for something new or different to do and a two year hiatus might be just what you need to renew interest when you return to attending the party.

We thought we'd never miss some Disney events and have gone on to do so (like NYE) and had no problem with the "missing" and found renewed enjoyment when we returned to going back to the event.

MystikPiglit
02-08-2012, 10:26 AM
If you don't go this time you'll enjoy it even more the next time you go. :)
Do a bit of research and see if there's any other celebrations that you would enjoy.
I agree witb Tink, don't go to Universal. It's not for us nervous types. :eek:

Wendy
02-08-2012, 11:16 AM
You wouldn't get me to Universal for Halloween if you paid me :lol: