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Old 05-08-2013, 09:46 AM   #1
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Join Date: Dec 2010
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CR garden level or AKL club level

I just can't make up my mind on where to stay. We are going for 9 days and will be doing a split stay. Our second half of the trip will be at the YC for 5 nights. I do not think I will change that resort because the kids want to try out the pool.

We get in at 10:30 and will do the pool at the resort. Then we have dinner at Ohana at 6:00. The next day we are going to MK, the following day will be Sea World and then the next day will be AK then we will move to the YC.

Now we like the CR resort because it is close to the monorail and I will have a four year old. It is the Garden View room because the tower is a bit expensive and over our budget. I also like how close this resort is to MK. The kids like how the rooms are decorated on line.

The kids like AKL because of the bunk beds and they think it will be cool to look at the animals from their room. Club level at AKL standard is just about $40 more with our discount than garden view at CR.

Which one would you stay at. Thanks so much. Remember we will do the pool when we arrive and also after Sea World.
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