Was meant to be going last year which was obviously cancelled and booked for thia august but its up in the air. As you aay i wouldnt want social distancing/wearing masks over thereI reckon unlikely this year, we’re planning on next year
Don’t really want to go back until all social distancing is gone, masks gone, park hopping allowed again etc
That’s my favourite time too, weather nice. Things a bit quieter. Love Halloween stuff in the parks too
Went in April one year then July/Aug
another year .
April far better - less humid
April was the dry heat. I can take walking about in 30 *c but in the summer the humidity makes it unbearable.Been in October a few times and once in June/July.
In the summer the humidity was horrendous soon as left A/C instantly sweating and couldn't lose it. A dry heat would have been better but walking around and queuing in the parks needed plenty frozen water in a cooler to bring with you.
Went years ago with the currant bun first time was 1989 , had some great times there.
Went back a few years ago , it’s a fantastic place to go unless you want some solitude and relaxation
Been twice and said never go back as done everything.
Kids are getting mid teens .
However I’m starting to think maybe just one more- kids might just be that age when they enjoy different aspects of it.
Or maybe it’s lockdown fever
We spent over two weeks just chilling last time. Then two full on park weeks afterwards. In hindsight we did it back to front.I think you can getboth.
some days when we go we just around the pool in the villa all day
Can do better than that me and Mrs p 2 return flights and 2 weeks car hire £300Best visit we had there was in 1994 , 3 return flights for £199 each , ended up staying in a brand new hotel for $29 per night for the room .
Saw the Holland v Ireland World Cup match and drove over to the east coast to see the space shuttle take off , best free show on earth.