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Old 05-20-2013, 09:04 AM   #1
Running Babeck
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Split Stay Poly/AoA suite--Advice??

So, after much research, thought & debate, DH has agreed to split our first ever WDW trip (9 nights, 7/30-8/8 w/ DD, 11 & DS, 9) between the Poly & the Nemo FS @ AoA--as long as he doesn't "have to do ANYTHING" (except pack his own stuff). We are currently booked for all 9 nights in the Nemo suite and before I call to take advantage of the current summer offer that is WAY better @ Poly (we currently have NO discount w/ our AoA room), I've got a few questions for those experienced with either of these resorts and/or split stays............
(1) Will changing resorts truly be as "seamless" as I've heard others comment? We're planning to have bell services move our luggage after we check out from PR, head to a park, then return to check in @ AoA to find our luggage has magically reappeared there.
(2) Which longhouse to request @ PR? We probably want the best of everything without any upcharge (don't we all?). Proximity to TTC, GCH, pools, view of fireworks/castle, updated room with 2 sinks (not asking much, huh?).
(3) We'll split as evenly as possible, but not sure which resort we would like to spend 5 of our nights (versus 4 at the other place). Advice?
(4) We have MYW park hop/water park tix. w/ NO dining plan. Planning to do MK & EP while @ Poly, then AK, DHS & water parks from AoA. Am I overlooking a reason NOT to do it this way. Also, thinking our tickets won't be effected as we have no DDP. Is this correct?
(5) Thank you so much for reading this lengthy post and offering any experience or advice you might have. It is GREATLY appreciated!!
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