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Old 02-20-2013, 08:04 PM   #1
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Monorail question

We are heading to Disney in November, and although we have stayed at the BC the last 3 trips, I thought this time we should try Poly, mainly for the monorail convenience (dd8, dd6, ds3, dd9mos.) However, I keep reading negative reviews about either the monorail breaking down or the long line for the monorail at the end of the day. Is it that bad after Wishes? (Thinking about possibly trying the Dessert party, although I guess we can skip that, leave MK early, and just watch the fireworks from the Poly beach...)

Am I better off at Contemporary where we can just walk to MK? But I don't read too many great reviews about CR...

How about WL CL? People seem to love WL, and we could fit 5 plus an infant if we stay CL. Would it make sense to take the boat from WL to CR to hop on the monorail for Epcot/resort hopping? Is there a long wait for the WL boat at MK park closing? But we hated HDDR, not sure if we would love the atmosphere here?

Or are we better off with the tried and true BC, and just suck it up and take the bus to MK? This trip we plan to spend more time at MK though...

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