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  • On Nov 15, 2012
    Lorri Asked

    we will be in disneyworld in 18 days! have mvmcp tuesday, fantasmic wednesday and candlelight processional friday does that seem like its too much? also do i still get a photopassport in mail to register before trip? thanks

    Hi Lorri! When you travel to Walt Disney World during the holidays there is never a worry about doing too much. The worry is about can you do it all as there are unbelievable holiday decorations to see and events to attend. Sounds like you have a great plan to start.

    The day you attend Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party might be a day you wish to relax and enjoy your resort pool or some shopping or better yet do a resort tour of their decorations.  Must stops include the Grand Floridian for their life size gingerbread house. the Beach Club for the chocolate carrousel, the Contemporary for the large tree and special ornaments for sale, and the Yacht Club for the large toy train display. Generally you can then enter the Magic Kingdom using the special event party ticket any time after 4pm so you can arrive early, grab a bite to eat, and get ready for the festivities that start at 7pm-midnight. There is nothing more magical then strolling down Main Street when it is snowing! I just did this last week!

    Don't forget to take time to see the Festival of Lights before you head to Fantasmic in the Studios. You will be blown away at this site which comes to life to music every 15 minutes or so. Beware of the crowds on the back streets of this park but know it is worth every step you take to see it all.

    Candlelight Processional is something I come back for each year. It is truly what the holidays are all about and Disney has done a beautiful job in making this something all guests can enjoy.

    You can register for your Photopass simply by going to their site on line before you go. www.disneyphotopass.com
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