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Old 05-13-2013, 09:32 AM   #1
Belle72
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Booked Grand Floridian...is it much like BWI? or should we book Poly?

Hi! We finally have booked GF for October. We try to stay at a different resort each Disney trip to give it a bit of a different feel. We stayed at BoardWalk Inn this past spring. While we really liked it and had a great time we didn't LOVE it. We have stayed at the Epcot resorts before (YC BC Dolphin and Swan) and the location is awesome. We loved the entertainment on the BoardWalk too. We were glad to have tried it once. But something about it didn't appeal to us (family of 4, DD10, DS 6.)

We stayed at Contemporary last year and expected we may not like it and LOVED it, stayed at the Poly a few years ago and were not sure of that choice and it became our FAVORITE. Also loved YC.

Should we continue our exploration of all the deluxe resorts and stay with our Grand Floridian reservation? (after this visit we would only have AK left) or book at our favorite which we haven't been to in a few years- Poly? We are hoping GF has a totally different feel in resort than BWI. Does it? We are also hoping we will not be looking at views from GF and wishing we were at Poly. Does GF still have a beach to play on? Are the views of MK much further away?
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