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Old 02-01-2013, 02:02 PM   #16
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My DM has trouble walking alot but won't use a scooter so I know how that goes.

Both SL and the Hawaii buildings are pretty close to the lobbies -- but then you will also need to go up on the elevator to get to the monorail level. I don't think there's much of difference "convenience wise" except that the lounge at the Poly is on the 2nd floor so that's another elevator trip for you. (I am assuming your Dad wont want to take the stairs). The lounge in SL is right when you walk in the building, and I do think that the GF is a more compact resort with a bit less walking involved.

As others have said, the most convenient would be to stay at RPC in the main building at the GF (then it's just an elevator and very short walk down to the monorail). The downside of RPC for me is the price -- it's quite expensive.

Good luck with your planning.
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