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  • On Jul 23, 2010
    Karen from ON Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Hi Doug.We will be @ CBR Dec 2-13 for our 4th visit in 7 years. DH, DS10 & DD5. We have Dining plan & 8 day base with WPFAM. Past visits we have run ourselves to death! Any suggestions on a more relaxed schedule to include resort, golf, parks &


    So glad to hear that you are looking to increase the relaxation factor! We ALL forget to do that at one time or another when on a Walt Disney World vacation!

    First off, you are visiting at a mostly slow time. So here is where I would go;

    • December 2 - Arrival Day (resort pool, big fun dinner to kick things off!)
    • December 3 - Epcot
    • December 4 - Golf and Downtown Disney
    • December 5 - Magic Kingdom
    • December 6 - Hollywood Studios
    • December 7 - Water Park and BoardWalk
    • December 8 - Water Park and Animal Kingdom
    • December 9 - Magic Kingdom
    • December 10 - Epcot
    • December 11 - Hollywood Studios
    • December 12 - Water Park and Magic Kingdom
    • December 13 - Departure Day
    For most of these days I would recommend that you blend in some resort touring to see the great holiday decor. Especially make note to visit the Magic Kingdom and Epcot area deluxe resorts.

    For those days with a blend of a water park and a theme park, plan to arrive at the parks in the mid-afternoon. Crowds are lighter and you can tour in a more relaxed fashion.

    I hope this helps start off your planning. Let me know if I can help with any other specific ideas!

    Have a magical vacation!
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