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WebmasterNathan
08-04-2001, 11:25 PM
I'd like to welcome all of our UK visitors interested in planning the best holiday to Walt Disney World, Disney Land, or the Disney Cruise Line possible to our Disney community. If you're new to travel on the internet we feel that nothing can be more helpful than the advise of people just like yourself who were new to it at one time as well. Our US boards are very big and we have a thriving community filled with Disney experts on this side of the pond (over 28,000!!!) but there may be some considerations that only a fellow Brit can address. So I invite you to join our UK DIScussion Boards (http://www.wdwinfo.co.uk/boards) and become a member of a fast growing community of insitefull, energetic Disney fans across the Atlantic and in your own backyard.

It only takes a moment to register, it's free, and the knowledge you can gain from others can save you a lot of time, frustration and money; helping you to make your holiday as magical as it can possibly be. And equally important are the friendships you can foster with others who, while not always "across the street" physically, tend to be some of the best neighbors you could ever wish for.

We at the DIS are at your service and strive to give you access to the information that is the most important to you. Information that is current, fresh, and most importantly HONEST. We are always taking advise from our visitors. After all the DIS is for you and your families. It is because of that commitment to you that the DIS has become the #1 online guide to Walt Disney World!!

Please enjoy, cheers!!

DisneyAli
09-24-2001, 03:00 AM
please could you tell me when the american holiday days are in november. the last time we came to florida we didnt realise it was as american day and went to disney and it got to the stage where they almost closed the entrance gate to the magic kingdom. thankyou .:)

Janice
09-24-2001, 06:14 AM
Hi Alison and ~~*~~Welcome to the DIS!~~*~~

I wonder if you're referring to Thanksgiving? This is usually the 3rd Thursday in November and is renowned for being the most busiest time at WDW.

I am going to post this question for you on our dedicated UK DIS - here is a link: UK DIS (http://www.wdwinfo.co.uk/boards/) as I am sure we have lots of regulars who have been to WDW at this time and can give you some help.

Link to your question on the UK DIS (http://www.wdwinfo.co.uk/boards/showthread.php?s=&threadid=6484)

Do check back to see if you have any replies, in fact, why not join us? You will have to register again, but it would be lovely to see you posting. :) :)

DisneyAli
09-24-2001, 07:05 AM
THANKS FOR QUICK REPLY JANICE. I THOUGHT I HAD READ SOMETHING ABOUT A VETERANS DAY SOME WHERE NEAR THE START OF NOVEMBER. I HAVE ALSO JOINED THE UK BOARD THIS AFTERNOON AS WELL. THANKS.:p