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Old 11-18-2012, 03:26 PM   #1
coconutprincess
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Resorts and Transportation with a Baby

Hi all. We have been to Disney numerous times and always used their transportation. We are planning a trip for next year, when DS will be between 15-18 months old.

This will be our first time with a stroller. We were thinking of staying at the Poly, as I heard that its easier with the stroller, and people don't collapse them on the monorail - but I am not sure if that is proper etiquitte or not. (please no flames).

Is there one resort better than the rest with a little one and strollers? Or is it easier to rent a car? DH really doesn't want to rent a car, but we can if needed.

Right now we are focusing on POR, WL, or Poly.
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