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Old 01-10-2015, 01:50 PM   #1
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'Ohana and 1900 PF - parking?

We have a 7:30am 'Ohana ADR

and to end our day we have a 7:30pm 1900 Park Fare ADR.

In between the two we will be at MK.

We have handicap plates and are not opposed to valet parkings.

Where would you park for the day?
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Old 01-10-2015, 02:16 PM   #2
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We have a 7:30am 'Ohana ADR and to end our day we have a 7:30pm 1900 Park Fare ADR. In between the two we will be at MK. We have handicap plates and are not opposed to valet parkings. Where would you park for the day?
Personally, the GF so I can just bail after my meal.
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Personally, the GF so I can just bail after my meal.
I agree. That's what I would do too.
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Old 01-10-2015, 05:39 PM   #4
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Personally, I would want to park directly at my early morning ADR. After breakfast I would take the boat from the Poly that is a direct trip to MK. After leaving MK take the boat directly to GF, after dinner the boat goes directly to the Poly. The boat in this case will most likely always be faster than the monorail.
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Ok, so the resort parking looks to be our best bet.

Next question would be...which is easier to/from dining with a wheelchair? Boat or monorail?

Thank you all for your expertise. Sometimes planning is a bit overwhelming for newbies.
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The monorail is easier than the boat with a wheelchair- most of the boats cannot accommodate a wheelchair. If you can get out and feel comfortable stepping out the wheelchair and then stepping down onto the boat they can fold up your wheelchair and take you across but the boats on that route don't generally accommodate wheelchairs. The monprail from the poly is only 2 stops to the MK so I would just do that- you will already be on the right floor to take it.
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If you can get out and feel comfortable stepping out the wheelchair and then stepping down onto the boat they can fold up your wheelchair and take you across but the boats on that route don't generally accommodate wheelchairs.
Faith can walk, but she has almost no endurance. She manages around the house, but most all public endeavors require her wheelchair. Four to five steps up and down are manageable with someone helping steady her.

Looks like we will take the monorail. She has been asking if she will get to ride that "white train, like the commercial" anyway.
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