vacation planning

desperate for disney

Earning My Ears
Mar 22, 2001
I have been planning a trip to Disney for 4 years now and something always comes up, I am a nurse so vacation time is like gold even rarer. This year we were all set to go at the end of October however my husband just found out that week is closed at his work. So here we go again we can go in November or December. I like the idea of the Christmas ideas but I am also concerned aboutthe kids being able to use the water parks. HELP ???? Is Nov. and Dec. temp that different and are the water parks even open in either of these months??


I've gone to find myself, If I return make me stay
Feb 1, 2001
I do not understand your poll?

We have gone several times in Nov. - going Nov 17 - 28 this year.

The weather is usually great, shorts and t-shirts during the day, jeans and sweatshirts at night. We always check the extended forecast when we arrive in Orlando and pick the day with the nicest predicted weather as water park day.

I have never been in Dec so I cannot be much help.

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Earning My Ears
Mar 20, 2001
We have been to WDW twice in November. One trip it was mostly in the 70's and the other trip it was about 90 every day. I guess it's just the luck of the draw. :)


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