ASMo Buses

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  1. txvjc

    txvjc DIS Veteran

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    This is a resort and transportation question. Can you take a bus from ASMo to Downtown Disney directly? We wanted to go shopping on our last day b4 we leave for the airport, but not if it requires us to switch buses along the way. Thanks.
     
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  3. Azure

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    Yes,
    There is a direct bus from your hotel to DTD. But for selected hotels there isn't until after 4pm.
     
  4. princess jackson

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    We stayed at ASMO and we saw buses leave for DTD in the morning, as it the same bus was used for one of the water parks, unless things have changed it should be the same
     
  5. Azure

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    Typhoon Lagoon:
    The buses stop at the water park and then at the Downtown Disney Marketplace before 10A.M. After 10A.M. resort busses stop at the Marketplace and then Typhoon Lagoon.
     
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    Bus rides are quite short from the ALL Stars according to PassPorter.com

    All Star Buses-CBR buses---POPbuses--PO buses--- Contemporary
    MK 20 min---- 20 min-----25 min------10 min---20 min(mono)
    Epcot 10 min-- 15 min-----20 min------10 min---15 min
    MGM 10 min----12 min-----15 min------15 min---20min
    AK 10 min------20min-------15 min----15 min---20 min
    DTD 15 min----20 min------20 min-----15 min---35 min

    It only takes 10 minutes to get to Epcot,MGM and AK from All Stars.
    MK is 20 min away. That's the same amount of time it takes on the monorail from the Contemporary.
     

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