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  • On Sep 21, 2009
    Jennifer from AK Asked

    Hi! We are visiting Disney World Nov.23-Dec 8. Staying at Carib. Beach.Res. We have a 10 day park hopper already and are thinking about purchasing the annual pass. Kids are 10/8. Is 10 days enough or should we upgrade to enjoy the parks everyday?

    Hi, Jennifer!   This is really a decision  you will ultimately have to make, but I think 10 days of parks is plenty!    Caribbean Beach is an awesome resort, and your kids will happy just spending a few days hanging at the Pirate Pool!  I am always amazed at how much walking we do, so a day of rest every few days will do all of you a world of good!

    You may also want to spend a day at Downtown Disney where you can shop, dine, rent a boat, or even see a movie!   The holidays are beautiful in WDW, so you might want to take some time to visit some other resorts to see their Holiday Decorations.   We always make a point of stopping by the Grand Floridian during the holidays.   The tree there is gorgeous, and you need to see the Gingerbread House!   Time it right and you'll even hear live Christmas music!

    While I think you will be fine with a 10 day ticket, upgrading to an Annual Pass is a great idea if you plan to visit WDW again within 12 months.   You can upgrade your ticket once you are there as long as you still have at least one day left on your ticket, so plan ahead before using up that last day!

    Enjoy your extended WDW vacation!  
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Meet the Panelist: Cathy, Ohio

I am a fundraiser/event planner turned stay at home mom. When I am not running to cheerleading practice or a soccer game with my kids, I enjoy scrapbooking, reading, and of course, planning our next Disney adventure!

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