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sarefromoz 03-28-2013 11:34 PM

Transfer from Anaheim to LAX
 
We've still got a while to go until our trip, but I am just wondering what will be the best way to get from Anaheim to LAX? When it's time to fly home, dd1 will be 9, dd2 will be 6 and ds will be 4. In regard to safely getting them to the airport, is there a company that uses carseats or would we be best hiring a car with boosters?
Thanks

ykmom 03-29-2013 12:41 AM

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Originally Posted by sarefromoz
We've still got a while to go until our trip, but I am just wondering what will be the best way to get from Anaheim to LAX? When it's time to fly home, dd1 will be 9, dd2 will be 6 and ds will be 4. In regard to safely getting them to the airport, is there a company that uses carseats or would we be best hiring a car with boosters?
Thanks

Magical express is a bus so car seats are not required.

georgiesmum 03-29-2013 03:55 AM

http://www.dklivery.com/ they will provide car seats and the cost is $90 including taxes and gratuities

Checkers 03-29-2013 09:44 AM

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Originally Posted by ykmom

Magical express is a bus so car seats are not required.

Magical Express is only offered at WDW. I don't believe DIsney offers anything of this type.

Angela72181 03-29-2013 09:57 AM

Magical Express
 
I spoke to our travel agent and she has us reserved for a Shuttle from LAX / Hotel. It is their version of Magical Express. It cost us $120 round trip. We have to supply our own car seats for the two younger ones. We are a family of 5...2 adults, a 15 month old, a 6 year old, and a 8 year old. We are getting a rental car but in order to avoid a $500 1 week rental we are getting it closer to the hotel for about 1/2 the price the airport charges :)

ykmom 03-29-2013 03:52 PM

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Originally Posted by ykmom

Magical express is a bus so car seats are not required.

Sorry, I meant the Disneyland express operated by Grayline!

BlueFairy 03-29-2013 08:02 PM

So to be sure I have this right:

Some companies will provide a booster for town car service. Especially for children under 8?

And Disneyland Express uses buses and therefore the law does not require booster seats?

We are torn. Our flight leaves at 10:30 from LAX and we only need service for our departure. Not sure whether I find the bus or the town car more appealing. We are staying off property.


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