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Old 04-22-2013, 08:42 AM   #3526
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While we are talking about beds here, do they have bed rails available or do I have to move the mattress to the floor for my 2.5 yr olds? And if they have them is it something I need to reserve well in advance? Thanks
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Old 04-22-2013, 08:44 AM   #3527
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While we are talking about beds here, do they have bed rails available or do I have to move the mattress to the floor for my 2.5 yr olds? And if they have them is it something I need to reserve well in advance? Thanks
Yes they have them. I don't think you will have to reserve them ahead of time. I have never heard of someone requesting them upon check in and not getting them. But it you do request them beforehand, sometimes they will be in the room when you arrive.
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Old 04-22-2013, 08:44 AM   #3528
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Hello! Can't wait to stay at AOA in just 5 weeks! A few questions I can't seem to find the answers for:
We have requested the Lion King suites. Has anyone had an issue with the noise from movies at night?

How long should we plan on travel to the Polynesian for an ADR? ( Disney buses)
I would like to know the answer to this question too. We'll be staying in the lion king suites in november but I would switch to another area if this is a problem.
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Old 04-22-2013, 09:48 AM   #3529
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It may mess up dining though if you have that too. Not sure how they will work it
Thanks! We are not doing dining so I think we will be ok with that.
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Old 04-22-2013, 11:06 AM   #3530
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AOA to GF for 1900 Park Fare

What is the quickest way to get from AOA to GF for 1900 Park Fare?
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Old 04-22-2013, 11:07 AM   #3531
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What is the quickest way to get from AOA to GF for 1900 Park Fare?
Have not stayed at AoA but I would take a bus to MK and monorail to GF.

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Old 04-22-2013, 11:09 AM   #3532
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What is the quickest way to get from AOA to GF for 1900 Park Fare?
I would take a cab. We stayed at AoA and took a cab to chef Mickey. Super easy and < $20 for the 6 if us
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We've changed plans 100 times, but are set. Staying at AOA September 13th-22nd. Have only ever stayed at Pop, but after checking out AOA last year we decided to switch it up. Love their food options. And, obviously big fans of dedicated busses.
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Old 04-22-2013, 11:32 AM   #3534
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I would take a cab. We stayed at AoA and took a cab to chef Mickey. Super easy and < $20 for the 6 if us
I agree. Resort to resort I take a cab when possible. AoA or Pop to GF is right at $20 with tip.
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We've changed plans 100 times, but are set. Staying at AOA September 13th-22nd. Have only ever stayed at Pop, but after checking out AOA last year we decided to switch it up. Love their food options. And, obviously big fans of dedicated busses.
Little Mermaid or Family Suite? We love AoA!
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Old 04-22-2013, 12:26 PM   #3536
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While we are talking about beds here, do they have bed rails available or do I have to move the mattress to the floor for my 2.5 yr olds? And if they have them is it something I need to reserve well in advance? Thanks
I've always just asked for them at Check-in. They usually bring them to the room within a few minutes (and once they even managed to have them in the room before we got our bags from the car and walked up there).
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Little Mermaid. It's me, my DH, 4 year old and 1 year old (his second trip in less than a year...prepping him for a Disney life).
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Might do the monorail from MK rather than cab since DD hasn't been on monorail before. But will keep cab option in mind.
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Yay! I just booked AoA for 12/2-12/9 - the availability is getting limited so I bit the bullet. When flights come out we might move the dates a little. We are doing a family suite for just my husband, 2 yr old daughter and me.

We stayed there this past October in a Nemo suite for 1 night before staying at the BC and loved it! Love the pool, food court and the transporation is FAST!

We could only book "family suite" but I think we'll request Nemo or Lion King- not sure.
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Old 04-23-2013, 06:45 AM   #3540
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For the ADR we ended up just grabbing a cab at AOA. It was definitely worth it. Only about $20. I was really worried about making it on time since I knew we had to take the bus to a park and then the monorail. On the way back we took the monorail to MK To see the fireworks and then the bus back. If you take the bus I would probably leave an hour and a half before your ADR just in case. Xl

They did have half gallons of milk but I can't remember the cost.
Thanks so much for your reply. For $20 taking a cab sounds like a much better idea. I will plan on that. Thank you!!
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