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#DisneySMMoms Question of the Day 11/8/10

None of us have that special Pixie Dust that controls the weather, and last year so many of us braved snow, ice, and delayed flights to get to the conference. Once there, friends of mine were shocked to see photos of me touring around Epcot in a.... winter coat! What was I going to do? I was cold!

QUESTION: Does bad weather dampen your Disney vacation?


I've only been to Disney twice and both times there were days that it rained or was very cold. Warm rain doesn't bother me, but cold and rain? That can be tough. Though so many Disney hotels have lots of indoor activities and game rooms, I have yet to let it ruin a Disney vacation. There is always something new to explore.

Reader Comments (2)

Rain at Disney = shorter lines and more opportunities on some rides. You have to make the best of the situation when at Disney World and that's what we do. Gear up for the rain and go. The cold was the biggest issue with the rain in February. When you were wet it made you freeze. My boys did not complain too much - they had a blast.

November 8, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBeth @ TheAngelForever

To be completely honest...the bad weather at 2010 #DisneySMMoms did dampen the spirit a bit. But bad weather will do that anywhere. While at Disney however, cold and rain will not stop you from having a good will merely cause you to shift to plan B. There can be numerous challenges with family on vacation at Disney or's best to go with the flow and make the best of what you have.

November 9, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterLucinda

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