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Old 11-23-2012, 01:15 PM   #1
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Poly vs. POR Royal Rooms

Okay, I need decision help...I have booked a trip for myself, DH and granddaughter for the end of next April. She will just be turning 8 at trip time. When I seen the renovations at POR with the Royal Rooms I thought that was where we just had to stay ! We've stayed at POR twice in the past (never with our DGD though) and love that resort. My hubbys fave! I have a problem noone wants to face on a WDW trip...neuropathy ! OUCH! My feet are so painful, but I will do my best and somehow survive as always. Anyway, it has me thinking that maybe it may be better that we stay at a monorail resort. My choice would be POLY. We will be spending most of our park visits between MK and EPCOT. 1 day at AK 2 times to HS. So with that in mind I'm figuring it might be easier on me by staying on the monorail. We are planning on meals at the POL,Y MK, CR and HDDR also, so I thought using the monorail would be much easier and of course the boat to FWfor HDDR.
Will my GD enjoy the POLY as much as POR ( esp considering those Royal rooms) Will it be worth the extra $$$ doing this? I was going to add an 8th night if we stay at POR but doubt we would be able to if I switch to POLY. Might staying at POLY help save me some painful steps? Any advice?

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