I'm planning a solo trip for February 2019. I'll need a re-charge by then and also will want to escape the drudgery of February in Pittsburgh. I already know not to go President's Day Weekend, and avoiding Valentine's Day is probably not a bad idea either. Therefore, my thoughts are that I should either use the first or last weekend in February. Which tends to be less crowded? Since I only have to pack for myself and will be there either 3 or 4 nights, I do have a few questions: 1. If I decide to get an early morning flight or a late night flight (or both) and arrive before/after check-in at the hotel (I'm going to use Beach Club), can my luggage be held? I intend to use the Magical Express, but if that is not an option, I'll rent a car at the airport. (I do not use ride share services.) 2. Is it worth getting the Disney Photo Pass? I've taken to traveling solo quite a bit this year and have usually had success in getting others to take a picture for me (most recently at Churchill Downs), but I know Disney is a lot more frantically-paced in parts than an area like Churchill Downs. In the past, I've had others to take pictures for me. The only issue here is that I don't want to pay for something extra. 3. Which rides have single rider lines? I've been to plenty of amusement parks where I've been able to get on rides quicker as a result. I know some Disney rides, namely Tower of Terror, use singles to fill in gaps if there are a lot of people in one car, but my mind is drawing a blank on the others. 4. In regard to dining reservations, how hard/easy is it to get them for one person? Restaurants I want to include on this trip include Yachtsman Steakhouse, Flying Fish Cafe, and Cinderella's Royal Table. 5. The hardest part--how do I manage to tell everyone I know that there is nothing wrong with flying solo on a Disney trip? They all think I'm nuts for this!!