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Old 10-13-2013, 06:30 PM   #31
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The good news is that regardless of your choice they both have one of the biggest advantages which is walking to a park verses the bus. We are brand new to DVC but not Disney. We have gone to DW as a family for more that 15 years now (once a year) for about 2 weeks each trip. The single biggest aggravation about Disney for us is waiting for/dealing with the buses. So, at BWV you only need to get two buses and that is for MK and AK. We ended up liking the BC the most mainly for that reason even while our kids were young because it cut out bus trips. MK trips are a little rough with the crowds but the Studios and Epcot are enjoyable walks. We recently bought at BWV our second favorite resort (close second). One more thing to think about with family trips and where you want to buy. When I look back and remember our trips I don't remember the 123rd time I rode Space Mountain or the 86th time I rode Test Track but I sure remember the family card games sitting on the BW and the mini-golf battles and the breakfasts at the BW Bakery together.
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The good news is that regardless of your choice they both have one of the biggest advantages which is walking to a park verses the bus. We are brand new to DVC but not Disney. We have gone to DW as a family for more that 15 years now (once a year) for about 2 weeks each trip. The single biggest aggravation about Disney for us is waiting for/dealing with the buses. So, at BWV you only need to get two buses and that is for MK and AK. We ended up liking the BC the most mainly for that reason even while our kids were young because it cut out bus trips. MK trips are a little rough with the crowds but the Studios and Epcot are enjoyable walks. We recently bought at BWV our second favorite resort (close second). One more thing to think about with family trips and where you want to buy. When I look back and remember our trips I don't remember the 123rd time I rode Space Mountain or the 86th time I rode Test Track but I sure remember the family card games sitting on the BW and the mini-golf battles and the breakfasts at the BW Bakery together.
Agree. I remember my son going on his first water slide @ BC. The small one followed by the big pirate slide our next trip! My mom's first Disney trip with us was to BC & that was her first water slide, too!
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