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Old 03-27-2013, 10:38 AM   #1
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DME Question re: CBR

We will be landing at MCO at 10:30 p.m. I know we have to get our luggage from baggage claim and bring it with us. I'm wondering what other resorts are usually on the CBR route. I'm hoping for not a long ride from airport to resort at that late hour and I really don't want to make a bunch of stops.

Does anyone have some inside info on what resorts are on the route with CBR and about how many stops we'll make? Hoping at that hour, they aren't busy
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There is no usual route for any of the resorts.
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In December we shared with AoA and Pop. CBR was the last stop. And due to the newness of AoA and so many people wanting to stay there, the queue for the bus was long!
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As one of the PP's have noted, there is no usual route. It all depends on what time you get there and where all the other guests arriving around the same time need to go. Its also dependent on the bus driver as to what order the various stops are made.

Do not expect the route you take to be the same as any others may have experienced.
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If you land, ontime, at 10:30pm, you won't be down at baggage claim until close to 10:50ish. Takes time to get to the gate, off the plane and then over to the main terminal and down to baggage claim. Also, if you land on Side A of the terminal, you have to go to the main terminal (you land on level 3) and do down to level 2-baggage claim on Side A. Then, once you get your luggage, back up to level 3 and the main part of the terminal, cross over to Side B and down to level 1-ground transportation/DME. Arrival on Side B cuts off a lot of extra walking.
There may be fewer buses running simply due to fewer guests needing rides. And you may very well find out that there could be up to 4 or 5 resorts lumped together for later in the evening runs.

If you really want to get to CBR quickly, you might want to consider hiring a car service. Yes, it seems like an un-needed expense when you can ride DME free, but there is no way of telling how long it's going to take late at night. It could be just 65 mins, or it could be 2 hrs. Probably closer to 90 mins though.
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