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Old 01-05-2013, 11:30 AM   #1
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Would you cut a day to upgrade to a Deluxe?

We are doing a lot of number crunching about our upcoming trip. This will be our 2 boys' first visit to Disney World, and we want it to be really magical. If we stay 7 nights, we can afford a moderate. We were thinking doing the pirate room at Caribbean Beach. However, if we cut 1 day, then we can move up to the Contemporary. It doesn't have that kid like "theme", but having it connected with the monorail is a definite plus considering we have 2 young ones and my older parents will be coming with us. I do believe that the kids would love the pirate room, but when I think of the convenience of that monorail, I keep thinking about doing the Contemporary. Plus, cutting a day does save a little on other expenses, but cuts our vacation too. Does anyone have any insight for me?
= DH = Me = DS (7) = DS (5)

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