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  • On Jan 24, 2011
    Lori from PA Asked

    Thx for your tips thus far!Any idea of crowd levels 5/1-5/5?I'm hoping since Easter & Spring Breaks are over we'll be able to see and do most everything on our 'must do' list for 1st time at MK, especially, & not feel too stressed or overwhelmed. P

    Hi, Lori! Thanks for your question! You picked a good time to visit. Most peoples' breaks are over and summer has yet to begin by early May. The weather is heating up but you won't be offending anyone with massive amounts of perspiration if you take the right precautions. 

    On a TouringPlans.com 10-point scale (10 being the most crowded,) the crowd levels while you're in town will be between 4-6. So, pretty good! 

    There is so much to do at Disney World, and I think you have the right idea about having a "must do" list. A good touring plan can help guide you with what attractions to visit when. In the event that following a touring plan isn't what you had in mind, I'd say go touring plans "lite." Each morning before you get to the park, come up with a list of three to five attractions that you "must do" and do them first in the most logical order. You'll get a great sense of accomplishment by having these essentials under your belt, and you can then enjoy the rest of your day more leisurely (with, say, a Dole-Whip?)
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I’m the proud papa of two little pirates or princes (depending on the day!) I enjoy sharing information to help beginners with little ones - including naps, strollers, rider swaps, height restrictions, scary rides, touring plans, characters and dining. Learn More About Joel

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