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Old 08-16-2012, 10:53 AM   #29
eliza61

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I'm from South Jersey and I find this accurate! LOL Having driven in the Wilmington area and Philly when I need to (and 295 around the Walt Whitman Bridge), I find driving at WDW relaxing. For me, I find that there is next to no traffic. We usually do rope drops and will either go back to the resort or park hop mid-day, but traffic is never bad at all. And this is coming from someone who lives in farm country! lol
LOL. Let's talk going over the Walt whitman bridge on a friday afternoon in the summer with everyone and their mama going ot the shore!!

I think that should be required driving for eveyone who applies for a license.

Driving around disney is a picnic. easy, breezy.
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