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    DDIL1 has been bugging DS1 into talking me into taking another trip to WDW. (As if that takes a lot of convincing . . . ) I would like to see what Christmas time is all about, but my new job has a black out period. We can't take vacation between Thanksgiving and New Year's. I know the Christmas parties start in November. When in November would you recommend going?
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    I would recommend the middle of November. More of the Christmas decorations are up and the parties are in full swing. Of course if you are interested in Food & Wine Festival you will want to do the beginning of November. We have been at all different times of November and always had a great time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippy 1 View Post
    I would recommend the middle of November. More of the Christmas decorations are up and the parties are in full swing. Of course if you are interested in Food & Wine Festival you will want to do the beginning of November. We have been at all different times of November and always had a great time
    I didn't realize the Food & Wine Festival lasted that long. DS1 & DDIL1 would definitely want to do that. Thanks.
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    Oooh. The last MNSSHP last year was on Nov. 1. I may have to go to that. Strictly for comparison reasons to MVMCP of course. All in the name of science. :P
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    Food and Wine usually goes until Veterans Day weekend

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    The weekend after Thanksgiving is better for crowd levels and you can see holiday decorations. We went Thanksgvijgnlast year and it wasn’t as crowded as we thought it would be. I will say it was much colder than we thought though. Definitely sweatshirt weather on some days.

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