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Old 02-25-2013, 09:50 AM   #16
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Haven't been to DW during the holidays, but the one time we went as a family to DL, it was decorated for Christmas. Definitely cool to see. As far as crowds go, I'm a believer that much of your experience depends on your own planning and attitude. When we went in 2011, we were prepared and had a nice system going between the touring plans (which we *mostly* followed, but broke off of when need be) and our fast pass/ride swap usage. At a couple parks it got busy, but we found that leaving during the middle of the day for a break helped us avoid some of the hottest and craziest times of the day.
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Old 02-25-2013, 10:16 AM   #17
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We go in October and I would prefer December for the Christmas festivities, decorations, and cooler weather.

Crowds would be about the same either way. Columbus Day Week has been getting much more crowded, so I would avoid that week if you choose October.
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