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Old 05-27-2010, 01:05 PM   #16
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Yes, it does, and it is a very nice one, too!
In fact it is my DH's favorite CL.

I've written a short CL review on the WL Faq Thread and posted pics of the WL CL on the Resort pics forum under the CL lounge thread.

HTH!
where can I find these threads? this site confuses me! Sorry!
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Old 05-27-2010, 02:20 PM   #17
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where can I find these threads? this site confuses me! Sorry!
That's OK!


Here's my latest WL CL review and pics!

Click here for the WL FAQ for the page where it starts.

And the links where the pics are on page 80.

Scroll down the CL lounge thread for WL CL pics here. Remember to go on to the next page, there is more!

HTH you!

The WL CL is my DHs favorite CL out of all of them! Me? I love them all!
But, WL CL ranks up there in the top 4 !
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Old 05-27-2010, 03:46 PM   #18
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To add to the confusion

You've got FWC - which is just that... a campground where you can tent camp, RV camp or stay in a cabin. The cabin is like a little 'home away from home' with a stocked kitchen (stocked with plates, cups, etc.).

Then there is WL which is a deluxe resort. You can have standard rooms (various views from these) & CL rooms. The standard rooms sleep four plus one under three yrs. old. The resort has interior halls, a CS and two TS, pool, playground, workout room, etc.

And finally there is VWL which is the Deluxe Villas. These are the DVC rooms that include studio (sleeps four plus one under three), one bedrooms, and two bedroom suites. The one and two bedrooms will have full kithcens, living rooms and nice big master bathrooms with garden tubs. The VWL is right next to WL and connected via a covered walkway. If not DVC you can either pay OOP or rent points from a DVC member to save some money.

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i did not want to start a new thread so i have the same problem wilderness lodge or wilderness cabins ? we will not be doing any parks at all no parks .so we are in town for visiting family only my husband loves disney so much that he wants to stay at a disney hotel over out in town . we are having a new baby and want our family to meet the new baby. me age 32 husband age 33 kids ages 7&9 both boys and a baby girl age 3 months old at the time of our trip. the big thing is what has more stuff for kids thats free or cheap ? like some hotels have games in the day time or free movies or stuff like that .
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i did not want to start a new thread so i have the same problem wilderness lodge or wilderness cabins ? we will not be doing any parks at all no parks .so we are in town for visiting family only my husband loves disney so much that he wants to stay at a disney hotel over out in town . we are having a new baby and want our family to meet the new baby. me age 32 husband age 33 kids ages 7&9 both boys and a baby girl age 3 months old at the time of our trip. the big thing is what has more stuff for kids thats free or cheap ? like some hotels have games in the day time or free movies or stuff like that .
Cabin in that case. Tons to do at FW for kids.
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