For some reason the thought of planning and going just seems overwhelming. Whenever I hear people talk about it I just think that sounds like just too much. Trying to cram so much in and getting from place to place and you have to plan your dining 6 months ahead. I don't know if my son really cares or not. So I was thinking maybe the disney cruise, so just wondering if I am the only one.Answer Question
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I grew up in So. Cal. and went to Disney all the time when it was about $8 to get in, and then you used tickets for the rides. We have taken the kids there too.
It was fun for a day trip but I would NEVER consider paying all that money to go to a place like Disneyworld. It is hot, the tourists are obnoxious, it is hugely expensive, etc.
Now dont get me wrong... we LOVE to vacation and have no problem saving and spending... but on real things like spending a week in NYC with museums and history, we like Boston and again there is real history, we go skiing and to beaches... where there are actual activitiesthat you do with your body and not just sit and be entertained. Disneyland is fine because it is small and doable in one day and I feel that is plenty of time.
I guess my sense of fun is more physical and doesnt include huge crowds
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