Cabins.....

Discussion in 'Camping at Disney World' started by kathfish, Dec 9, 2008.

  1. kathfish

    kathfish Mouseketeer

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    My family is coming in just over a month.... I'm SO nervous about this resort... I had originally booked a family suite, then when the special deal came out I got all excited and changed ressies to a cabin. Don't get me wrong, I have always wanted to stay here, but... well... just nervous I guess, new place, not sure how everything works, yadda yadda...

    ANYWAY, my question is, we are either coming in by ME or a towncar service.... we will, obviously, get dropped off at the check in area, which could be quite the hike, or even bus ride, to our cabin. If we take the service in I will be doing a grocery stop... HOW will I get me, my luggage, groceries AND four kids to our cabin? On a bus?

    HELP!!!
     
  2. 2goofycampers

    2goofycampers Sounds like something a camping trip could cure! Moderator

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    The front check in have vans to transport guests to their cabins. Relax have a great time, the cabins have everything you're use to in the other resorts and so much more.
     
  3. becky1960

    becky1960 DIS Veteran

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    Like the hotels they have a service that will take you to the cabins, they have extra large carts like Valet Service. I have seen load up go on several occasions..
     
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  5. Paradise East

    Paradise East Mouseketeer

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    We have a cabin rented for a week in March. :yay:
    The wife's sister lives in Orlando and wants to come over
    for one day and do Epcot with us. :scared1:

    Can she buy a one day ticket (no parkhopper) at the Fort?

    Dave
     
  6. Paradise East

    Paradise East Mouseketeer

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    I see that loops 2100, 2300 and 2500 back up to a
    canal or waterway. Would any of those loops be good
    for fishing?

    Any opinions?

    Thanks
    Dave
     
  7. 2goofycampers

    2goofycampers Sounds like something a camping trip could cure! Moderator

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    Yes, tickets are available at the front desk.

    There are some fish in all of the canals but the best fishing is the canal behind loop 300 and the one behind loop 2000.
     
  8. Paradise East

    Paradise East Mouseketeer

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    Thanks Denise. So it looks like loop 2100 along the canal is the area to request.

    About how far from the back of the Cabins is it to the canal?

    Dave
     

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