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mamabear0222 01-28-2013 08:41 AM

march break? pls help
 
So first we picked the middle weeks in feb to go on our first Disney trip. I was then alerted to president week being a very busy time. I moved my weeks to feb 22-mar 8. Now someone else has said that is spring break?? Its not spring break where I live until mid march. I've checked spring break calendars and I haven't come across any yet for first week of March. Am I missing something? Please help ..maybe I'm just overthinking

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boundfordisney 01-28-2013 08:58 AM

spring break here is from march11 to the 15th, not sure about in the states though, could be that they are starting spring break.

mamabear0222 01-28-2013 08:59 AM

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Originally Posted by boundfordisney
spring break here is from march11 to the 15th, not sure about in the states though, could be that they are starting spring break.

Here too

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boundfordisney 01-28-2013 09:00 AM

are you flying as flights are pricey at this point in time with it being the march break so coming back even on the 8th is going to be costly and the border crossings will be busy, just may want to give that a little thought!

mamabear0222 01-28-2013 09:12 AM

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Originally Posted by boundfordisney
are you flying as flights are pricey at this point in time with it being the march break so coming back even on the 8th is going to be costly and the border crossings will be busy, just may want to give that a little thought!

Yes will be flying from buffalo.

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mamabear0222 01-28-2013 09:13 AM

So now its presidents week or march break week possibily...yuck

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CareHeartsDisney 01-28-2013 09:16 AM

Many colleges are on spring break that week. In my area, some public schools are on spring break the 1st week of April and others are the 2nd week of April. Our public schools also have a winter break the week of President's Day in February.

mamabear0222 01-28-2013 09:19 AM

Either way I'm going for 2 weeks...not everyday at the park though just 5 out of 14...

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mamabear0222 01-28-2013 09:20 AM

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Originally Posted by CareHeartsDisney
Many colleges are on spring break that week. In my area, some public schools are on spring break the 1st week of April and others are the 2nd week of April. Our public schools also have a winter break the week of President's Day in February.

Yes see there's winter break for some presidents week or first week of march...either way does not look good for me...boooo

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Sandi 01-28-2013 09:21 AM

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Originally Posted by mamabear0222 (Post 47332747)
So now its presidents week or march break week possibily...yuck

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Lots of colleges and universities have Spring Break that first week of March. My husband is a professor and that's when his spring break is. If you do a Google search for "college spring break" you'll get lots of lists including one here: http://inertiatours.com/spring_break_dates.php. My DD is in high school and her break is the first week of April.

Anyway, even though the long weekend associated with Presidents' Day will be busy, I would think 2 weeks in mid-February will not be as busy as the spring break weeks.

A busy day at WDW is still better than a day at work!

boundfordisney 01-28-2013 09:24 AM

I agree with the pp with your time span Im sure feb 22 to march 8th will be fine, coming back will probably be a little more busy, but I think the parks should be ok while you are there. Id take going to disney even at the busiest time of year then not going, your gonna have fun no matter what so enjoy whats ahead!:thumbsup2

mamabear0222 01-28-2013 09:27 AM

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Originally Posted by Sandi

Lots of colleges and universities have Spring Break that first week of March. My husband is a professor and that's when his spring break is. If you do a Google search for "college spring break" you'll get lots of lists including one here: http://inertiatours.com/spring_break_dates.php. My DD is in high school and her break is the first week of April.

Anyway, even though the long weekend associated with Presidents' Day will be busy, I would think 2 weeks in mid-February will not be as busy as the spring break weeks.

A busy day at WDW is still better than a day at work!

Thank you so much for this

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mamabear0222 01-28-2013 09:58 AM

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Originally Posted by boundfordisney
I agree with the pp with your time span Im sure feb 22 to march 8th will be fine, coming back will probably be a little more busy, but I think the parks should be ok while you are there. Id take going to disney even at the busiest time of year then not going, your gonna have fun no matter what so enjoy whats ahead!:thumbsup2

I agree but I have lots of time to plan so I'd rather not go when it will cost me tons of money or is super crowded... Florida colleges look to be out first week of march too. Any side trips to the beach I imagine would be insane

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mamabear0222 01-28-2013 10:55 AM

So a friend of mine who grew up in Florida just pointed out "college kids typically don't go to Disney" lol
BUT I will likely change my dates anyways since I dont want to spend that kind of money on a trip to risk spring break/presidents week.

Im kind of sad we wont be there now for our kids 5th birthday though.

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siskaren 01-28-2013 01:50 PM

I checked the crowd calendars on easywdw.com and the crowd levels for February 22-March 8 don't look too bad to me. Especially since you said you only plan to do 5 days n the parks anyway, you could do that the first part of your trip when the numbers are a little lower.


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