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We went to Disney this March (beginning of the month) and it was almost empty (5 minute lines for almost every attraction). This was before the school break. I followed this link that gave me the dates to avoid (see the site for reasons): February: Presidents Week Mid-March to Mid-April: Spring Break May: Memorial Day Weekend Mid-June through Mid-August ...


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As you may have already found out on the Disney site, there are various "park hopper" tickets that let you go to more than one park on the same day. We spent an entire week at Disney World in 2009 and didn't see everything. That was staying at a Disney hotel close to Epcot, with early admission and late exit to/from the parks (only available to ...


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The best time, generally, is when kids are still in school. This won't guarantee a less crowded park, but it helps. This means late Jan/early Feb, as long as you dont go around Presidents Day, late April/early May, late Sept through early November (though this is also Epcot Wine and Food festival time leading to larger crowds in EPCOT), and early December. ...


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While my experience may be a bit outdated, I'll share it anyway. I went with my then girlfriend, now wife about 4 years ago and did the whole Disney resort/dining plan at the all-star music resort. As far as things being off limits on the menu, alcohol was the only thing off limits. We were initially concerned that it didn't include more than 2 meals a ...


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According to Wikipedia, the Reedy Creek Improvement District provides water for WDW, and they do not add fluoride, but there is roughly 0.10 ppm of fluoride found in the water. There are also reports that the water at WDW tastes horrible, so you may want to consider bottled water aside from the issue of fluoride. As a general rule, when traveling, if you ...


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Metro Los Angeles runs bus service to Disneyland in Anaheim from downtown Los Angeles. You can take Bus 460 from 5th/Grand to Disneyland. For detailed schedule and stops, you can refer to the timetable for 460.


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I've found out that the WDW water provider is Reedy Creek Improvement District and it doesn't seem to fluoridate but there is roughly 0.10 ppm of naturally occurring/residual fluoride in the water. Thanks to all that tried to help.


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Here is the schedule for the rest of 2012, which I got from here. It was apparently compiled from Disney's calendar pages. According to the page you linked to, "Upon check-in at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel, Guests will receive a schedule detailing when each park offers Extra Magic Hours" so if any last minute changes have occurred, that will be the ...


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November is very much off-season for Disney - Christmas Crowds begin in mid-December and then drop off again shortly after New Years. The one variable this year is that the FantasyLand extension was scheduled for October, but crowds will still be far less than the Christmas Invasion that starts the second week of December. As someone who worked at ...


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Mears runs a shuttle between Disney and Universal - but if there are more than three in your group it is almost always less expensive to take a metered taxi. (Up to seven can ride for the price of one, depending on the vehicle). You can ask for an estimate of the fare before accepting the taxi. Looking around online, TaxiFareFinder claims it'll be about ...


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I'd say that Google Maps is your friend with respect to public transportation. According to Google the cost of the trip is $2.00


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I found that Disney has a page listing rooms suitable for larger groups. All of these have a suite layout with one or more bedrooms separate from a lounge area that generally includes a sofa bed in some form.


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I've stayed at 3 of the WDW deluxe villa resorts and used both the 1 and 2 bedroom units... they are very nice and come with great amenities. Out of Wilderness Lodge, Animal Kingdom Lodge, and Beach Club Villas, BCV is my favorite if only for the awesome pool and location (walk into Epcot). For other recommendations, I'd check out the Marriott Vacation ...


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Just to add some more up to date info: There are different levels of dining plan. The main one includes 1 table service and 1 counter service per person per day of your vacation. This dining plan no longer includes an appetizer, and it does not include gratuity. Also, the dining plan has been increasing in price each year, outpacing the increase in menu ...


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I looked everywhere but couldn't find a really clear answer. I do think however, that you have to buy the ticket at the park and cannot buy online. This source for the same discount, but last year indicates: The Disney ticket money-off deal is until 7th November 2013 on presentation of a valid Paris Visit Travel Pass at the Disney Parks ticket desk. I ...



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