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Good time to go to WDW (Was 'Easter Time')

Discussion in 'Walt Disney World' started by josh.p., Jul 6, 2008.

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    Tink Cead Mille Failte! Staff Member Administrator

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    August is busy, but not as busy as Spring Break. It's HOT though, fiercely so with humidity often over a hundred percent.

    You can count on rain in August too. Not every day, but nearly so. :yes:
     
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    oh Dear!. What would be the best time to visit weather and crowd wise then?
     
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    We did August in 2003 and the heat defeated us.
     
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    Hot and humid! And pretty crowded until near the end of the month--some schools begin fall session any where from early August to mid-September. Most late August to mid-September.

    What dates (and year) are you looking at? Perhaps we can put our heads together and help you figure out possibilities.
     
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    LOL, Well, we are looking at 2010, and they have to be some time during school holidays, so Easter time (is that in march or april?!), July-Begining of Sept.

    We can't do christmas as my dad is *Very* busy in work at that time. Unless we flew out christmas eve, and stayed for 2 weeks?
     
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    I was wondering when "Easter time" is, as well! Is your holiday usually before or after Easter?
     
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    It usually starts on easter weekend. apparently 2010 easter is the 4th of april, so from the 2nd of april to the 16th of april.
     

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