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Old 04-08-2013, 12:44 PM   #1
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All Star Movies- which non-preferred section to stay in?

Which of the two non-preferred sections of AS Movies (Mighty Ducks or Herbie) are closer to the food court & bus stops? We've stayed in both at least once but years ago... Trying to figure out the best way to handle breakfast and do as many morning EMH or rope drops as possible this year with a family who is less than motivated to get up and out early (and one with ADHD). I was thinking of either going to the food court myself and bring everything back to them to eat while getting ready, or just picking something up the night before to already have in the room. Thing is that walk with the tray and those bulky plastic plate covers...plus the refillable mugs tipping over constantly...yuch! We have DP and will get TIW for OOP breakfast etc, just need to figure out the details...any advice? BTW, we do have a couple early lunches, so those days should be easier.
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Old 04-08-2013, 02:07 PM   #2
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If you stay in the Mighty Ducks buildings, the All Star Music food court and bus stops are actually much closer than the Movies ones. You just have to walk across Melody Lane.
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