View Poll Results: Which time to go?

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  • End of October to catch both parties

    13 76.47%
  • Start of December for all the christmassy feel

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Thread: oct-nov, or early december?

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    This is a bit like the "when should we go" thread but I didnt want to hijack that thread so here goes

    We normally go in the first two weeks of December to see the christmas bits and pieces but that's been getting busier and last year didnt feel as christmassy as it had done in other years for some reason.

    Looking at the dates for the halloween party and christmas party, we could conceivably go at the end of October and do MNSSHP at the start of the holiday AND MVMCP at the end sounds like a nice plan since we like them both but hmmmm how much would we miss early December
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    You wouldn't. You'd also catch the FWF.

    Nothing like changing it up a bit to have a renewed interest, eh?






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 116273
    You wouldn't. You'd also catch the FWF.
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    REALLY? would I???????? OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I've never done that before!
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    Early to mid December for me! Even though December 2007 felt a bit less "Christmassy" that prior years, I still prefer visiting WDW during that time of year. 'Course, the less "Christmassy" feel could have been related to my limited mobility, at least to a certain extent!

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    I'd definitely go in October-Nov, but you won't get any flying club seats at all from Virgin I don't even know if there will be M+M seats

    If you go in just October you've got MNSSHP which I think is much better than MVMCP and Hallow Wishes is brilliant and there is the F&WF don't forget

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    KEITH!! You HAVE to do the FWF at least once in your life!!! :9: It ends mid November, so if you came the end of October you could easily do zillions of things.

    (We'll be there the weekend of October 2-4 staying at the BC).






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    I can feel a plan coming together
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    Keith, you must go to the Food&Wine festival. It's amazing.
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    Im ashamed to admit I just dont know much about it! What happens there?
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    You EAT!!! LOL!

    About 30 or so places to choose from for samples of food, wine and beer (that you pay for of course). Special ticketed events, special merchandise, Eat to the Beat Concert Series, that sort of stuff!






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