How does this sound?

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How does this sound?
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Mon, 06-21-2010 - 7:24am

We'll going to WDW from Nov. 11-15 this year.

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Registered: 08-30-2003
Mon, 06-21-2010 - 8:25am

You have wonderful plans.

Amy & Eve
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Mon, 06-21-2010 - 12:12pm

Ack! The computer just ate my response! :( Will try this again.


Looks great to me.

Val, Co-CL Disney Vacations

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Registered: 08-07-2002
Mon, 06-21-2010 - 12:28pm

It sounds like a wonderful trip!

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Registered: 06-08-2000
Mon, 06-21-2010 - 3:50pm

Yes, I meant Illumination at Epcot.

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Mon, 06-21-2010 - 5:00pm

Val,


I thought about MVMCP but I think we'd really rather spend the time enjoying the regular wonders of the parks.

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Mon, 06-21-2010 - 5:22pm

That's "average" temperatures, but the temperatures can be unpredictable if there's a cold front or a warm front.

I've been in December when highs were in the high 80s and HUMID.

Once for a December trip (the year before the above), I had to buy Aly a shorts outfit because I only packed pants because the year before the temps were average (highs in the 70s, lows in the 50s). When I was checking out (we had to buy off-site because they were not selling shorts outfits on-site ANYWHERE...we looked the previous 2 days), the lady told me the week before they were selling out of hoodies because the temps were in the 20s! That would have been the last week of November/first few days of December. The temps for us were in the low to mid 80s then, definitely hotter than average.

That's one of the biggest issues with a late fall/winter trip...you have to prepare for any kind of temps as it can change over your trip.







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Registered: 08-07-2002
Mon, 06-21-2010 - 8:00pm

Like pp said, you just have to be prepared for different temps.

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Registered: 03-25-2003
Mon, 06-21-2010 - 8:19pm

Also, not sure where you're from, but know that temps can feel different in different parts of the country.

If it's in the 50s here, I'm wearing a COAT (I live in the south and I FREEZE). The one and only time I've ever flown was to a wedding in Colorado. The temps were in the high 30s in the evenings, so we packed an entire suitcase with our coats (thankfully, this was before they charged for your first bag). We never used coats...in the 30s. I never needed more than a sweater.

So it may be a temperature you're not used to, if you know what I mean.







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Registered: 09-01-2006
Mon, 06-21-2010 - 10:29pm
You've gotten lots of great responses but I just wanted to add that we really enjoyed AK EMH's in the evening last fall.

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Tue, 06-22-2010 - 7:51am

The 'cold' here in the South is a wet cold.

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