Solo Spring Break trip to WDW...

Discussion in 'Disney for Adults and Solo Travelers' started by annieb727, Jan 4, 2013.

  1. annieb727

    annieb727 DIS Veteran

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    Well, in 62 days I am making another SOLO trip to WDW. 10 nights. Yep...that's right. Ten glorious nights at POP Centry...just ME. I'm so excited. I have an AP from last May...and have since separated from my husband. AND the kids' spring break isn't until April...so...here I go! My spring break is March 7-17 - so I will be flying down and taking Disney Express to Pop Century.

    I wish I could take a trip with my boys before our APs expire, but they'll be with their dad that week...and me, well, I will be playing in Florida! Solo trips are SO much cheaper than taking the family! LOL. And I have the Tables in Wonderland card. We stayed for two weeks in May (before the separation). Then I went for a semi-solo trip in June. My bff from college joined me for 4 of the 8 days I was there. And now...March 2013...so excited!

    I'm super excited to see the new fantasyland!
     
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  3. susanrose73

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    How very exciting! Sounds like you'll have a wonderful time!
     
  4. AuroraRora

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    Sounds awesome!!
     
  5. ariamac

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    I'm sure you'll have a super great time :)
     
  6. annieb727

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    Thanks! I hope everything works out like I am hoping. I have been considering staying offsite, but got an AP discount for Pop Century, so it's $1200 for 10 nights. But I know I could get a decent place offsite for a lot less. But then instead of flying, I would have to drive -- which would save a little money (but 12 hours of driving by myself each way??). Great thing is I don't have to buy tickets. AND I have the Tables in Wonderland, so when I do decide on a nicer meal, I get a discount.
     

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