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Old 03-05-2013, 12:04 AM   #16
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You made the right choice. Happy husband = happy trip. 6 people in a mod room would be very hard after the first couple of days.
That's what I figured. Plus I think the kids will like having more room to stretch out.
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Old 03-05-2013, 12:09 AM   #17
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I'm debating the same - I'll have a 7yo, 5yo and a 1yo at the time of the trip, and trying to decide what to do.

We would fit with two queen beds in POR - but I think the AoA suite would be fantastic, especially the cars theme for my son.

But I can't help thinking the location would be better at POR for getting back and forth with the baby.

But AoA - if my parents come they can get a reg room and us the suite, but then it costs me more than the POR.

Ugh, I'm so overwhelmed and confused!!
As for dealing with the baby and transportation, L will be a month shy of 2, but we're bringing the Ergo so he can be worn a bit (I'm thinking in case he passes out when we are waiting for a bus, at least the Ergo won't kill our arms holding a sleeping toddler, and we're getting a Chicco Echo stroller. I need a smaller stroller anyways, we hardly use our full size anymore because its just too bulky. The Echo has a sun shade and reclining seat and but folds like an umbrella, and it isn't as heavy. I'm contemplating getting a different carrier but probably won't because I'm used to the ergo and it works.

I would go with the suite and let your parents have the bedroom if they come, then they have their own room away from the kids but its not costing a ton.

Good luck with the decision! It took me a bit but I had to just make a choice or I would never book! :D
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Old 03-07-2013, 08:17 AM   #18
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Thanks!

Just when I thought I had settled on AoA - I am rethinking staying at Bonnet creek - v tempting - all the space and less cost.
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Old 03-07-2013, 09:23 AM   #19
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I'll plug the cabins at the Fort one last time for those who are making a similar decision. We had 6, and I can't say enough about the Fort. Such a wonderful, and QUIET, experience. Great themeing, tons to do, easy to get to the parks (fun boats to MK!) and so nice to have kitchen, separate bedroom, deck outside with grill, parking in front of your cabin, on and on. Love the FORT!
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