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Old 02-13-2019, 05:13 PM   #11
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Tom you are clearly a pro's pro! #tipofthehat

As the kids enter high school I think we'll have to transition to T-Day week from October (sadness) so these type of plans become important to remember

If your teens are anything like mine there will be a lot of grumbling and complaining about getting up so early. But after they see how much they can get done before the crowds arrive they get very interested!


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I am always amazed at EMH rope drop how many people veer off and stop at Starbucks. You are wasting time people!!!!
NEED COFFEE! We each drink a cup in the room before leaving. After we get a few rides in THEN itís time to hit Starbucks!

Also, weíve never gotten to rope drop before 7-7:30AM but we still get a lot of rides in.
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Old 02-13-2019, 05:27 PM   #12
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I am always amazed at EMH rope drop how many people veer off and stop at Starbucks. You are wasting time people!!!!
Thatís what my villa coffee maker is for.
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Old 02-13-2019, 11:42 PM   #13
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I know its only February but if you're like me, you're already planning your holiday trips! Plus, booking windows are open at your home resort

The week before Christmas and New Yearís is the busiest week of the year at Walt Disney World. The parks will be filled with throngs of people and Magic Kingdom will likely fill to capacity and close to more guests at several points during the week. But if you visit during this week you can still have a fantastic time Ė but you will need to switch up your tactics. Here are ten tricks for actually enjoying yourself during the holidays at Disney World: https://www.resalesdvc.com/how-to-su...-disney-world/

Have any tips or tricks to ad?

Nice tips. Far and away my favorite time of the year to visit.
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