Just got back from a six night stay in Disneyworld. The weather was rainy and cool the first two nights, but the next four days were in the 70s and sunny. It was wonderful. I kept smelling the flowers and storing up my memory of it knowing we would go home to snow and ice. We were surprised at how crowded the Magic Kingdom was on the 12th. It was packed. It seemed close to the attendance we experienced when we used to go in the summer months! We spent our first night on a code discounted room at Wilderness Lodge. We got a wonderful courtyard view room of the main pool (2nd floor and square-on view of the main pool). With snowy weather in Indy, we felt better booking on cash for the first night (just in case our flights got delayed or cancelled). The next five nights we stayed at Boardwalk Villas in a standard view studio. We had a great room. Everything was in good shape in the room. Very clean. We were on the fourth floor and overlooked the Boardwalk entrance. We watched Epcot fireworks from our balcony every night. To get to the quiet pool and hot tub, we just took the stairs out to the quiet pool. We didn't use the elevator (which would have been a long walk). We liked our stay at the Boardwalk. But, a negative for us was the amount of convention business people everywhere. My husband travels on business quite a bit and we like to get away from the convention atmosphere. We found ourselves saying we wished we were at the Lodge for the quiet and no suits in sight! Old Key West has that quiet vacation atmosphere also. So, an afternoon visit to WLV before we left convinced us we needed a 50 point add-on at the Wilderness Lodge! Gosh, we absolutely adore that place. We thought about another add-on at Beach Club Villas, but with the service road behind the Beach Club Villas, we felt like WLV just had more of the peaceful atmosphere we crave for a vacation. We keep saying this is the last add-on and we really mean it this time (ha).