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8 months and 27 days!!
We’re skipping our Fall trip this year (and it’s driving me nuts), but Spring at PVB is booked!Eleven months to the day. I just booked a stay at our DVC home resort starting August 11, 2019. It kind of caught me off-guard and I almost missed it. Overall it will have been 18-months between visits, which is, for us, very much on the long side.
I can't wait to stay at VGC next week!!! Any recommendations are very welcome!We’re skipping our Fall trip this year (and it’s driving me nuts), but Spring at PVB is booked!
To make up for the missed Fall trip, we have a long weekend at VGC planned for early December.
Off topic but wanted to add my support of your responsibilities. As primary caretaker to my MIL who passed, as well as her older sister (still with us it is privilege to care for loved ones as well as really, really, tough.Someday, in a few years.
Unfortunately, their health has declined so they will not make it back and since I am their primary care giver it won’t be until they have passed that I would feel comfortable going again.
We went to Universal this past April for an engagement celebration for my son and future daughter-in-law. We relied on my siblings helping Mom and Dad and that really didn’t work out so we won’t try that again.
I don’t think I would want to go without my parents after the two amazing trips we had together.
It’s funny how your priorities change as you age.
WDW is really a day trip from the Tampa area. I have some college friends who lived in the Tampa-ish area, and their kids do field trips to WDW.We decided while were at WDW this past fall that we wouldn't go again till 2020, probably in January-February. We've been a lot and just don't get as much out of our trips any more, so we were going to take a little break. But life has a funny way of changing things up. My husband got a job in the Tampa-ish area, and we'll probably be moved down there in the next month or so. It will still be a little while before we venture to WDW, I imagine. We'll need to find a house to buy and explore more local fun stuff. But it's definitely not going to be 2020 before we get there.
Our 20th anniversary is this June, so I'm tentatively planning a trip for just my husband and me in the late winter/early spring. We want to go when the weather is nice and the parks aren't so crowded. We've been staying in rental houses for past many years, since we have 6 children, and we do really like that for our family vacations, but this time we're going to stay in a deluxe that we couldn't afford if we had to get two rooms. I'm hoping we'll be able to go when there's an after hours event planned.
It is a day trip and we're excited about that! But we probably won't make that trip until we get APs, and since there are 8 of us, even the Florida resident APs are a big chunk of change. Right now we're telling them to get used to the idea that we're going to be exploring local beaches, museums, etc. before we go to WDW again, but in reality, it probably won't be that long. We already have friends and family saying they want to visit us and have us take them to WDW. That's the kind of sacrifice we're willing to make for the people we love, LOL.WDW is really a day trip from the Tampa area. I have some college friends who lived in the Tampa-ish area, and their kids do field trips to WDW.
Sorry about that weather We went right before Labor Day in 2016 and it rained most of our trip. You can still have a great time by making a few adjustments to your touring plan. This hurricane is more worrying than what we experienced tho.Just 3 days away but boy did I time this one wrong.
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