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Old 11-13-2012, 02:01 PM   #16
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I like the different options. Bus, boat, and monorail. Plus we fly down and sometimes take a taxi.
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Old 11-13-2012, 02:17 PM   #17
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I like the ability to come and go and not have to worry about a car and leaving someone stranded. For example, last trip I was sick one day so my husband and son went to Epcot and I stayed to sleep. When I woke up feeling better, I was able to hop on a bus and get to Epcot. We also did that a few days later when my husband had work to do.

Also meeting new people, I talked to so many people while there.

And of course the ability to not have to worry about being ok to drive. I don't just mean after a drink, but at midnight after a long day I can just get on a bus and not have to worry about falling asleep or being too tired to drive.
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Old 11-13-2012, 02:23 PM   #18
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This is a great thread. Can't wait to get to WDW!
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Old 11-13-2012, 05:00 PM   #19
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Not having to drive! Isn't that enough?
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Can anyone say "Adult Beverages?"
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Old 11-13-2012, 09:50 PM   #21
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Don't have to pay for parking!

Don't have to find the car after a long day in those gigantic parking lots.

I remember years ago taking a Mears bus from the airport to Port Orleans. The price was crazy high, like $25 pp each way. Now it's very nice to have ME for free!
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Adult beverages! Kungaloosh! Skošl! Salud! Bottoms up! Here's mud in your eye!

Oh, wait. I forgot about the original question
10. Someone else is driving
9. Not costing me any extra
8. Ubiquitousness
7. Extensive operating hours
6. Variety
5. Reliability
4. Friendly Transportation Cast Members
3. Responsive Transportation Managers when there's an issue
2. Hey, I'm on vacation - I'll get there when the transportation gets me there

And the Number One thing I like about Walt Disney World Transportation is....


















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I love the WDW bus, boat launch, monorail, and sidewalk transportation system.

I use my own mobility scooter that takes apart and fits in the trunk of my car.

But, I can't take all the heavy parts of the scooter out of the trunk and put all the pieces together and reverse the process everytime that I want to drive somewhere anymore. Actually, I have take it apart or put it together four times just to go to one park or destination and back to the resort again. And repeat the process if I have to go to more than one destination.

Some day, I will be able to afford a better mobility scooter and a larger vehicle like a suv or minivan that will have an interior lift to assist me. I might drive around then sometimes if there are a lot of other wheelchairs and mobitily scooters at the resort. I really haven't had that experience of having a way to transport my mobility scooter except for taking it apart. The WDW bus system solves this problem for me.

There was a time, years ago before I bought my own mobility scooter, that I thought that I would never be able to enjoy WDW anymore because it became almost impossible for me to walk more than 100 feet without falling down if I couldn't find a place to sit down. I could rent a ECV at the parks, but getting from my room to the bus and from the bus to the park became almost impossible. And there were days when I thought that I might never make it back to my room at the end of the day using the same procedure in reverse after leaving the ECV at the park.

I love the WDW transportation systems.

I can go anywhere in WDW using my mobility scooter without using my car.

It is truely magical to me.

It allows me to experience the Magic that everyone on the DISboards enjoy talking about.

Without it...I would probably never visit WDW again.

I travel by myself usually. I love going down every December to see all of the WDW Christmas decorations and music at all of the parks and resorts.

I love just sitting back at the end of the street in DHS and enjoying the Osborne Family Spectacular of Dancing Lights.

I love watching the Epcot Candlelight Processional.

I love watching all of the parades and fireworks at the parks.

I love watching the smiles and laughter of people watching in the parks.

I love meeting up with friends that I have met here on the DISboards forums and many other Disney forums when I travel in December.

I enjoy getting a chance to see AllEars.Net Deb Wills, and many of her staff at meet and greets. And meeting up with different Disney authors and podcasters by chance or at other Disney meet and greets.

And all of this is possible because I can use my own scooter, and I can use WDW bus system to go to all of the parks or resorts or DTD.

And I can use the boat launches to travel from MK to WL or FWCG to see all of the Christmas decorations. I just love seeing all of the evening camper's Christmas decorations. Or use the boat launches at Epcot and DHS to see the Swan and Dolphin, Beach and Yacht Club and Boardwalk.

I can also visit by bus, Coronado Springs Resort and Caribbean Resort and travel around their lakes. Such a beautiful stroll around the lake during the day. I look forward to visiting the new Animation Resort.

Or use the DTD boat launch to visit OKW and SSR and POR. I really like this boat ride in the evening or day time as the boat travels along the canal under the trees.

And the sidewalks on a beautiful day and nighttime with their well lighted sidewalks to visit the Boardwalk area and after a busy day at DHS, I ususally use the wide sidewalks to leisurely travel back to the Swan or Boardwalk Resorts instead of using the busier boat launch. I love the travelling along the sidewalks from OKW to SSR to DTD.

So to me...I am very thankful for all the WDW transportation.

And if you simply ask me, I will be happy to wait for another bus. I would much rather someone ask me not board so that they can get on instead of making demeaning remarks to me or at me as they walk by me in line. Or point their finger at me and shake their heads as if I am doing something wrong. When this happens to me on those late nights when leaving a park, I try to smile and think to myself that they must be stressed out, and wouldn't normally say such things to a complete stranger. Or maybe, if they are really miserable like that all of the time; especially if they are yelling at their children, too; that I would worry and hope for the best for their children. The children are usually looking sad and some have even walked by me in the bus line and whispered, "...I'm sorry..." after their father or mother have passed. Life is too short. I just try to think what that person must be going through to make them say such mean things or act in such a demeaning way and I internally try to wish them well and hope things get better for them.

WDW is my happy place.

Yes, I am very thankful, and very grateful for the many, many nice people that I meet and enjoy talking about Disney while waiting in any line and on the bus. In comparison, there are very, very few rude people. I am glad that I try not take it so personally as I might have in years past. I now notice all the nice folks and feel so grateful that there are so many nice, kind and helpful people in this world. All I might be able to do is smile for the kindness if the meeting is brief, and the words are kind, or the smile is gentle. But inside my heart, I am very thankful for such gentle, kind people. I always remember the kindness and the smile even though I may never meet you again. I thank you for this. I really do.

I have enjoyed reading everyone's posts.

Thank you.


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Old 11-14-2012, 10:40 AM   #24
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At home we get so sick of driving, we sometimes feel like we spend more time in the car than anywhere else! So it's so nice to be able to just forget about for a while and relax.
We'll be flying and taking DME this time, but for our last two trips we drove, 10+ hours from North Carolina, and were so sick of the car that we couldn't wait to ditch it for a while and let someone else drive!
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Old 11-14-2012, 10:44 AM   #25
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To counter a negative thread about riding WDW transportation, I decided to start a thread about all the positive things there are about *leaving the driving to Disney*.

We enjoy them because we can sit back, have conversations with fellow travelers, each other, not stress about traffic, and totally immerse ourselves in the *Disney Feeling*. Actually, we never leave property for the usually 10 days that we are there.

What are your reasons for riding the WDW transportation? Remember - positive, enjoyable experiences, reasons, ONLY. *Downers* need not *apply* - LOL
This is exactly how I feel. I park my car the day I get there and forget about it until we leave. I love not having to drive and especially not having to deal with a car seat.
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Old 11-14-2012, 10:51 AM   #26
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Is it weird I love the smell on the buses and monorail?
My all time favourite is "please stand clear of the doors..." I don't feel like I'm in Disney until I hear that :D
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Old 11-14-2012, 11:08 AM   #27
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We usually go in August or September and it is HOT. It's so nice to stand in the shade, then get onto a nice cool bus. Much better than baking in the sun with 3 kids while my husband starts the car and runs the A/C until the kids carseats reach a temp. that won't cause 3rd degree burns!
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Old 11-14-2012, 11:51 AM   #28
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I love the WDW bus, boat launch, monorail, and sidewalk transportation system.

I use my own mobility scooter that takes apart and fits in the trunk of my car.

But, I can't take all the heavy parts of the scooter out of the trunk and put all the pieces together and reverse the process everytime that I want to drive somewhere anymore. Actually, I have take it apart or put it together four times just to go to one park or destination and back to the resort again. And repeat the process if I have to go to more than one destination.

Some day, I will be able to afford a better mobility scooter and a larger vehicle like a suv or minivan that will have an interior lift to assist me. I might drive around then sometimes if there are a lot of other wheelchairs and mobitily scooters at the resort. I really haven't had that experience of having a way to transport my mobility scooter except for taking it apart. The WDW bus system solves this problem for me.

There was a time, years ago before I bought my own mobility scooter, that I thought that I would never be able to enjoy WDW anymore because it became almost impossible for me to walk more than 100 feet without falling down if I couldn't find a place to sit down. I could rent a ECV at the parks, but getting from my room to the bus and from the bus to the park became almost impossible. And there were days when I thought that I might never make it back to my room at the end of the day using the same procedure in reverse after leaving the ECV at the park.

I love the WDW transportation systems.

I can go anywhere in WDW using my mobility scooter without using my car.

It is truely magical to me.

It allows me to experience the Magic that everyone on the DISboards enjoy talking about.

Without it...I would probably never visit WDW again.

I travel by myself usually. I love going down every December to see all of the WDW Christmas decorations and music at all of the parks and resorts.

I love just sitting back at the end of the street in DHS and enjoying the Osborne Family Spectacular of Dancing Lights.

I love watching the Epcot Candlelight Processional.

I love watching all of the parades and fireworks at the parks.

I love watching the smiles and laughter of people watching in the parks.

I love meeting up with friends that I have met here on the DISboards forums and many other Disney forums when I travel in December.

I enjoy getting a chance to see AllEars.Net Deb Wills, and many of her staff at meet and greets. And meeting up with different Disney authors and podcasters by chance or at other Disney meet and greets.

And all of this is possible because I can use my own scooter, and I can use WDW bus system to go to all of the parks or resorts or DTD.

And I can use the boat launches to travel from MK to WL or FWCG to see all of the Christmas decorations. I just love seeing all of the evening camper's Christmas decorations. Or use the boat launches at Epcot and DHS to see the Swan and Dolphin, Beach and Yacht Club and Boardwalk.

I can also visit by bus, Coronado Springs Resort and Caribbean Resort and travel around their lakes. Such a beautiful stroll around the lake during the day. I look forward to visiting the new Animation Resort.

Or use the DTD boat launch to visit OKW and SSR and POR. I really like this boat ride in the evening or day time as the boat travels along the canal under the trees.

And the sidewalks on a beautiful day and nighttime with their well lighted sidewalks to visit the Boardwalk area and after a busy day at DHS, I ususally use the wide sidewalks to leisurely travel back to the Swan or Boardwalk Resorts instead of using the busier boat launch. I love the travelling along the sidewalks from OKW to SSR to DTD.

So to me...I am very thankful for all the WDW transportation.

And if you simply ask me, I will be happy to wait for another bus. I would much rather someone ask me not board so that they can get on instead of making demeaning remarks to me or at me as they walk by me in line. Or point their finger at me and shake their heads as if I am doing something wrong. When this happens to me on those late nights when leaving a park, I try to smile and think to myself that they must be stressed out, and wouldn't normally say such things to a complete stranger. Or maybe, if they are really miserable like that all of the time; especially if they are yelling at their children, too; that I would worry and hope for the best for their children. The children are usually looking sad and some have even walked by me in the bus line and whispered, "...I'm sorry..." after their father or mother have passed. Life is too short. I just try to think what that person must be going through to make them say such mean things or act in such a demeaning way and I internally try to wish them well and hope things get better for them.

WDW is my happy place.

Yes, I am very thankful, and very grateful for the many, many nice people that I meet and enjoy talking about Disney while waiting in any line and on the bus. In comparison, there are very, very few rude people. I am glad that I try not take it so personally as I might have in years past. I now notice all the nice folks and feel so grateful that there are so many nice, kind and helpful people in this world. All I might be able to do is smile for the kindness if the meeting is brief, and the words are kind, or the smile is gentle. But inside my heart, I am very thankful for such gentle, kind people. I always remember the kindness and the smile even though I may never meet you again. I thank you for this. I really do.

I have enjoyed reading everyone's posts.

Thank you.


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Yes, this is a long post to quote, but so *uplifting* that I thought it would be nice to have it again on this thread It can warm your heart, and show as an example, how nice some people can be, and how much any of us can appreciate a kind word, or smile. The best to you at Disney and everywhere, and may you have much
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Old 11-14-2012, 04:24 PM   #29
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Adult beverages! Kungaloosh! Skošl! Salud! Bottoms up! Here's mud in your eye!

Oh, wait. I forgot about the original question
10. Someone else is driving
9. Not costing me any extra
8. Ubiquitousness
7. Extensive operating hours
6. Variety
5. Reliability
4. Friendly Transportation Cast Members
3. Responsive Transportation Managers when there's an issue
2. Hey, I'm on vacation - I'll get there when the transportation gets me there

And the Number One thing I like about Walt Disney World Transportation is....


















It's not the MBTA!
1. first, knock it off with the Kungaloosh!! That was such a great night, and I'm really peeved with myself for leaving it too long. Wish I had gone to AC sooner.
2. What the heck is it with 'ubiquitousness'??? Seriously?? Such big words.
And you're right about it not being the MBTA...man, now there's something to complain about!!!

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Originally Posted by RaySharpton View Post
I love the WDW bus, boat launch, monorail, and sidewalk transportation system.

I use my own mobility scooter that takes apart and fits in the trunk of my car.

But, I can't take all the heavy parts of the scooter out of the trunk and put all the pieces together and reverse the process everytime that I want to drive somewhere anymore. Actually, I have take it apart or put it together four times just to go to one park or destination and back to the resort again. And repeat the process if I have to go to more than one destination.

Some day, I will be able to afford a better mobility scooter and a larger vehicle like a suv or minivan that will have an interior lift to assist me. I might drive around then sometimes if there are a lot of other wheelchairs and mobitily scooters at the resort. I really haven't had that experience of having a way to transport my mobility scooter except for taking it apart. The WDW bus system solves this problem for me.

There was a time, years ago before I bought my own mobility scooter, that I thought that I would never be able to enjoy WDW anymore because it became almost impossible for me to walk more than 100 feet without falling down if I couldn't find a place to sit down. I could rent a ECV at the parks, but getting from my room to the bus and from the bus to the park became almost impossible. And there were days when I thought that I might never make it back to my room at the end of the day using the same procedure in reverse after leaving the ECV at the park.

I love the WDW transportation systems.

I can go anywhere in WDW using my mobility scooter without using my car.

It is truely magical to me.

It allows me to experience the Magic that everyone on the DISboards enjoy talking about.

Without it...I would probably never visit WDW again.

I travel by myself usually. I love going down every December to see all of the WDW Christmas decorations and music at all of the parks and resorts.

I love just sitting back at the end of the street in DHS and enjoying the Osborne Family Spectacular of Dancing Lights.

I love watching the Epcot Candlelight Processional.

I love watching all of the parades and fireworks at the parks.

I love watching the smiles and laughter of people watching in the parks.

I love meeting up with friends that I have met here on the DISboards forums and many other Disney forums when I travel in December.

I enjoy getting a chance to see AllEars.Net Deb Wills, and many of her staff at meet and greets. And meeting up with different Disney authors and podcasters by chance or at other Disney meet and greets.

And all of this is possible because I can use my own scooter, and I can use WDW bus system to go to all of the parks or resorts or DTD.

And I can use the boat launches to travel from MK to WL or FWCG to see all of the Christmas decorations. I just love seeing all of the evening camper's Christmas decorations. Or use the boat launches at Epcot and DHS to see the Swan and Dolphin, Beach and Yacht Club and Boardwalk.

I can also visit by bus, Coronado Springs Resort and Caribbean Resort and travel around their lakes. Such a beautiful stroll around the lake during the day. I look forward to visiting the new Animation Resort.

Or use the DTD boat launch to visit OKW and SSR and POR. I really like this boat ride in the evening or day time as the boat travels along the canal under the trees.

And the sidewalks on a beautiful day and nighttime with their well lighted sidewalks to visit the Boardwalk area and after a busy day at DHS, I ususally use the wide sidewalks to leisurely travel back to the Swan or Boardwalk Resorts instead of using the busier boat launch. I love the travelling along the sidewalks from OKW to SSR to DTD.

So to me...I am very thankful for all the WDW transportation.

And if you simply ask me, I will be happy to wait for another bus. I would much rather someone ask me not board so that they can get on instead of making demeaning remarks to me or at me as they walk by me in line. Or point their finger at me and shake their heads as if I am doing something wrong. When this happens to me on those late nights when leaving a park, I try to smile and think to myself that they must be stressed out, and wouldn't normally say such things to a complete stranger. Or maybe, if they are really miserable like that all of the time; especially if they are yelling at their children, too; that I would worry and hope for the best for their children. The children are usually looking sad and some have even walked by me in the bus line and whispered, "...I'm sorry..." after their father or mother have passed. Life is too short. I just try to think what that person must be going through to make them say such mean things or act in such a demeaning way and I internally try to wish them well and hope things get better for them.

WDW is my happy place.

Yes, I am very thankful, and very grateful for the many, many nice people that I meet and enjoy talking about Disney while waiting in any line and on the bus. In comparison, there are very, very few rude people. I am glad that I try not take it so personally as I might have in years past. I now notice all the nice folks and feel so grateful that there are so many nice, kind and helpful people in this world. All I might be able to do is smile for the kindness if the meeting is brief, and the words are kind, or the smile is gentle. But inside my heart, I am very thankful for such gentle, kind people. I always remember the kindness and the smile even though I may never meet you again. I thank you for this. I really do.

I have enjoyed reading everyone's posts.

Thank you.


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And as for you, my friend??? What a terrific post. For those of you who don't know Ray personally??? Ray is exactly like that post. A more gentle, kind person I have yet to meet. Ray is truly a southern gentleman!!! IF there were a few more like him riding around at WDW, we would have nothing to worry about!!!
I can't wait to see you in a few weeks Ray. Safe travel down to WDW....be safe along the roads. Stay healthy, get plenty of rest. Will see you there and get my annual Ray hug!!!!

God, I love the people on this board!!! Just saying.
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