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    Question Crowds this weekend?

    Planning a trip to the resort tomorrow. Just wondering if it's crowded or not. I noticed the operating hours are quite long for a Sunday, so curious if the crowds are sizeable this weekend?




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    In my experience Sundays during the off season are never too bad.

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    Hubby and daughter went this afternoon, will let you know later on how crowded it was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HarajukuBoy
    Planning a trip to the resort tomorrow. Just wondering if it's crowded or not. I noticed the operating hours are quite long for a Sunday, so curious if the crowds are sizeable this weekend?
    Ill be there tomorrow too

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    I was there yesterday, and it was more crowded than it has been in previous months. I think part of the reason is was especially crowded is there's some nation cheerleading competition going on somewhere in Anaheim so the park was over-run with heards of loud teenage girls, not exactly my idea of fun. I don't know how long the cheerleaders will be around, but it could be all weekend.

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    It's not htat busy right now ... if you wanna know how busy it'll be ... call (714) 781-7290 and ask the cast member who answers the phone what the wait times are in the park. I sugguest doing this a few hours after the park has opened! This way you have an idea about how long the lines are before you go in! That's what I do!

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    Thanks for the #.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyMickey
    Ill be there tomorrow too
    Me too, too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy Legs
    Thanks for the #.

    Sure thing ... it's just the general information number. It is all over the Disneyland.com website!

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    Hubby and daughter said most of the rides had waits up to about an hour today...could be worse tomorrow. Buzz was open today also, first time they passed it, it was about a 20 minute wait, an hour later it was an hour wait. And yes the cheerleaders from all over the country are here for a competition at the Convention Center.....We'll all be there tomorrow also!
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    I stopped by the Park tonight and it was very busy. Buzz had a 45 minute wait. Expect tomorrow (Sunday) to be busy as well.. No wonder the hours tomorrow at 8am - 12am.. a bit unusual for a Sunday this time of year.

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    Not only were the cheerleaders there but it was also Deaf Awareness Day on Sat...you wouldn't know it though...very poor job of accessibility on Disney's part. WDW has Anaheim beat hands down when it comes to that.
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    I noticed a lot of special assistance people in the park. However, thank goodness the cheerleaders weren't in full force Sunday. Quite frankly, the park seemed rather busy for this time of year. Can only dread this summer now.




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    I agree. Very crowded for this time of year. And now that I'm too old for them to be eye candy (let's not go into American Beauty here ), the cheerleaders were WAAAAYYY too abundant. And loud! My ears are still ringing.... I also noticed the last couple of weekends a large number of Asian groups at DLR. Like groups of 15-20, all over the place. Not that it was a problem, I just noticed a larger number than usual, and very few of them speaking English. Could be there's just some tourism packages filling up the parks... Who knows. This summer is apt to get pretty ugly, though...
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    This last sat was Deaf Awareness day, which brought extra people to the resort. . . all-in-all a lot of guests are coming back on their 2fers when it's not raining, so it'll be moderately crowded, especially on fri-sun for the next few weeks, followed by week-long crowding for Spring Break and then (of course) the BIG jump to the 50th in early May.
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