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View Poll Results: Would you stay at Poly or Fort Cabins for Fourth of July?
Poly 4 66.67%
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Old 04-14-2013, 04:51 PM   #1
MyHappiestPlace
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Help me choose! Poly or Ft Wilderness Cabins

I know these are two widely different resorts and thus the reason I'm having such an issue deciding which to choose.

We love love love Fort Wilderness. Huge fans. Stayed there most recently in February for my dd's 10 bday. Only stayed one night since the weather was horrible (freezing cold).

On my bucket list is staying at the Poly during Fourth of July week. Right now I have both a stay at the Poly and a stay at the Fort Cabins on hold. Cost is really not an issue; Poly will be a tad bit more money but again not a huge issue.

My biggest issue is that Ohana is not available for either night we will be staying. This really bums me out. We are not doing theme parks this time; just a very relaxing resort stay.

I know we can do Kona but I really wanted to be able to do Ohana. If we stay at the cabins we can get into to see Hoop Dee Doo but its not Ohana LOL

Another point is the fireworks. I think the view from the Poly will be better than Fort but then again I have not seen Fourth fireworks at the World before.

So help me decide!! A nice tropical-themed stay at Poly or a back-to-nature stay at the Fort?
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