Hi and Help! We have an 11yr old athletic boy (loves hoop) and 12 yr old girl (loves arts and crafts, singing). Both love pools. We have a choice to use my inlaw's timeshare for a wk for free thru Interval We can get the Marriott Grande Vista, Marriott Cypress Harbour, Marriott Horizons or Sheraton Vistana for late August. We are unfamiliar with any outside resorts but it seems the best pool is Horizons; yet it appears to be lacking in activities and from pics - rooms and resort does not seem as nice as others? Appears Grande Vista may have the best rooms, resort setting? Would kids have fun there? Not sure if this is geared towards older crowd - i think the kids would be bored in just a big pool -- Cypress Harbour sounds like it has the most activities. Not sure how fun the pool is Know nothing about sheraton vistana. My questions are: 1. Which would you choose based on your experiences and on having children those ages? 2. Do you find the 'activities" are really done by the kids? Of course we will be doing Disney or Sea World a lot- seems I might want to focus on a nice room and pool area...how nice are the Horizons rooms as that pool seemed to be the best. 3. Do any of these pools have slides, like the disney resorts? 4. Do you think it would be worth paying and extra $150 for a two bedroom for the week? 5. Can visitors come see you at these resorts? My brother's family will be staying at Disney. 6. Do any of these resorts have good places to eat nearby? 7. After all this, I am debating going in Oct - which I really want to do but the school thing is bothering me even though our kids are A students..I seem to be the only one concerned with the heat in my family - i cannot imagine enjoying walking disney parks in that heat, but i may give in. i can get down there in early oct but kids would miss 4 d of school...we live in the Albany NY area. it was so easy when kids were younger and we went end of Nov, beg of Dec! (i coach basketball so my time is limited begining in October forward) thanks for any recommendations.