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Old 03-06-2013, 01:12 PM   #1
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Coronado Springs or Port Orleans Riverside?

We are currently booked in a POR Royal Room Standard View (view means nothing to us, I am kinda hoping we are closer to the parking lot since we will have a car and lots of luggage).

But in my totally compulsive nature, I am wondering if i want to switch this, and today CSR came back on my radar. Details are 1 almost 5 year old going to celebrate her birthday, mom and dad, our 1st 4 nights are AoA LM room (and not considering/interested in switching this part), last 4 nights at POR, then 3 nights at the beach. I have been several times to WDW, dad and daughter have only been to MK for 1 day, we will not likely return for 2-3 years. Unless dad totally loves it, which is my hope, then we may buy into DVC in 2-3 years. He is not anti-WDW but not as gung-ho about it as me, yet excited to spoil his girls and slowly getting into the excitement of the trip.

We choose POR #1 for the price-value ratio, #2 boat to DTD, #3, hot tub, #4 shared pool with POFQ, #5 Princess Royal room theme (which we can do without but since it was available, took it), and #6 relaxing adult like resort after kid-friendly over-the-top AoA. I am especially interested in how the size and layout of CSR compares to POR. I hear POR is large with some long walks which we don't mind but don't want to switch to CSR and have even longer walks.

Opinions? Convincing reasons to switch over to CSR? Or leave as is and just visit one afternoon to see if maybe we will stay there next time?

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