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    Thats true, the hotels are beautiful at christmas and superbly decorated. Wherever you go you can hear christmas carols and at WL they have the bell ringers.

    Christmas is such a special time of year and when you are at disney it is extra special. :smiley4:

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    During the holidays each resort has its own theme. The deluxe resorts have huge gingerbread creations too. The GF has a gingerbread house so large that they use it for a small shop! There is a candy boardwalk at the Boardwalk Inn too. It's well worth the time to visit as many as you can during the holidays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 4381
    During the holidays each resort has its own theme. The deluxe resorts have huge gingerbread creations too. The GF has a gingerbread house so large that they use it for a small shop! There is a candy boardwalk at the Boardwalk Inn too. It's well worth the time to visit as many as you can during the holidays.
    ooooo I've never seen the boardwalk one! Thanks Tink, will have to take a look at that!
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    One year it was mostly all chocolate. The aroma of it hit you the second you walked in the door!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 4745
    One year it was mostly all chocolate. The aroma of it hit you the second you walked in the door!
    Yum!!

    Another tip, visit Fort Wilderness. They have an internal bus that goes round the whole site. We saw some fantastic animals and Christmas decorations in the trees!
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    Oh yes! That's a great tip, Cathy! That's one that you don't hear too much about either. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cathydisneynut, post: 4771
    Yum!!

    Another tip, visit Fort Wilderness. They have an internal bus that goes round the whole site. We saw some fantastic animals and Christmas decorations in the trees!
    oooo yes yes!! I'm not one for camping, but WOW one christmas our taxi actually went the wrong way and got lost in the internal roads! I bet some of those people with the motorhomes meet up each year and they put up such AMAZING dectorations. I haven't looked for a couple of years but definitely want to this year
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    Well, I'll camp. There must be a few criteria met though.

    There needs to be a proper bed, that is enclosed in four walls with a roof AND a floor. There needs to be plumbing. Nearby mind, not an hour and a half walk away. There needs to be hot food, preferably served and prepared by someone else. Oh yes, and there needs to be room service.

    Then I'll camp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 5074
    Well, I'll camp. There must be a few criteria met though.

    There needs to be a proper bed, that is enclosed in four walls with a roof AND a floor. There needs to be plumbing. Nearby mind, not an hour and a half walk away. There needs to be hot food, preferably served and prepared by someone else. Oh yes, and there needs to be room service.

    Then I'll camp.
    so some kind of Grand Floridian main building concierge style camping in order then? :gy:
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    Uuuuh yeah. That'd about do it.

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