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Old 12-04-2012, 11:20 AM   #1
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Recommendations Spring Break - March 2013

Our daughter turns 16 early 2013 and has decided she would like to go to WDW for her b;day....but we cannot go until Spring Break time.
We usually stay on site but are thinking of staying offsite this time since she will be taking a friend along with her. There will be (5) of us - my, hubby, daughter and her friend, plus a 5 yr old. We will be driving so w/ have a car.
Thinking of driving down 3/15/13 and then departing 3/23/13.
Can anyone make any recommendations for places to stay - we don;t want to be too far from the parks as we spend most of our time there but I know the kids will want at least access to a pool.....
Thanks for your help!
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Old 12-04-2012, 12:44 PM   #2
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look here for houses or condo


for timeshares

some require a fee

now windsor hills is

Wyndham bonnet creek is also a good choice
go look on its fan sites for people to rent from
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Old 12-04-2012, 05:06 PM   #3
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If you give us a little more info, people will be able to assist you more specifically. Are you interested in a hotel or condo/villa with a full kitchen? What are you interested in spending per night?
Visited WDW many times as a child; Engagement trip OKW '01 ; Disneyland '04 and '05; Off-site '06 and '07 ; Pop Century '08 ; POFQ '09 ; ASMo '10 ; CSR '11 ; AKL/SVR '12 ;NYE '12-'13 WBC Easter '13, SLR/CBR ;Thanksgiving '13, VVP; WBC '14, ; WBC/ASSp Spring Break 2015
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With 16yos, I'd stay onsite. The girls can go around part of the time on their own and the adults and the 5yo can do their thing. We enjoyed the Wilderness Lodge. DS17 went to DisneyQuest on his own one day.

We usually stay offsite, but with teens, the Disney transportation is terrific.

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