My Mom, Grandmother, and I are planning a trip to Walt Disney World this Christmas (2008). It will be our first time ( WAHOO!!) What suggestion do you have as far as dos and don'ts go?
- Asked by Joanna from TX on 1/15/2008
Joanna, what a wonderful trip you have planned! As you probably know, the holidays are one of the busiest in the World. Here are my dos/don'ts for holiday trip planning:Don'tForget to pack lots of layers. December can go from warm to chillyOverpack.... read more
Walt Disney World seems to go all out for Holidays; do they do anything special for Valentines Day?
- Asked by Amanda from ON on 1/15/2008
I was at WDW during Valentine's Day two years ago and was rather disappointed that it was not celebrated in the grand fashion that many of the other holidays are. Some, but not nearly all, of the restaurants will have a special holiday menu or... read more
Hi I am visiting orlando mid july this year from the uk with my daughters 8 & 4, my main concern is what will the weather be like? Will we get much rain?
- Asked by TRACY from GREAT BRITAIN on 1/15/2008
July in Orlando is HOT. Average daily highs are in the low 90s (F) dipping only into the low 70s (F) at night. There is a lot of rain in July, but it is not constant. You can expect that on many afternoons you will get a soaking thunderstorm that... read more
We are thinking of visiting Disneyworld toward the end of the first full week in January 2009. Will the holiday decorations still be up - including the Castle lights, trees, and hotel displays?
- Stephanie, NE
- Asked by Steph from NE on 1/14/2008
Generally, the Christmas decorations remain intact through the first week of January. This of course like all things is subject to change. It has been that way historically. Have a fantastic trip!! Heather M. read more
We are planning to visit WDW in Dec. 2008 (wife, husband, & 5 yr old daughter). This will be our 2nd trip. I am trying to get as much information as I can in regard to the crowds, holidays, etc... Also where would be the best place to stay for 7 nights
- Asked by Kimberly from MD on 1/13/2008
Kimberly, Christmas at WDW is unbelievably magical; the decorations and holiday spirit can truly take your breath away. If you are visiting the first part of December, the crowds will be lighter and the resort costs less. Also during this time,... read more