To Hard Rock from Atlanta

Discussion in 'Universal Orlando Resorts & Hotels' started by AtlantaSue, May 3, 2013.

  1. AtlantaSue

    AtlantaSue <font color=magenta>I'm so bad at multitasking<br>

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    I am directionally challenged and will be heading to the Hard Rock from Atlanta without my spouse and without a GPS; I am trying to make sure I know the best route. MapQuest sends me onto I-4 west after the turnpike but I have read elsewhere that late in the day it is better to skip I-4. I'm unclear on the exact route I would need to take to get to the Hard Rock.
    Any guidance would be appreciated!
     
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  3. Celizd

    Celizd Earning My Ears

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    maybe from the turnpike you can get off at kirkman, then to vineland....I live about 45 minutes from Orlando, I HATE I-4, so I avoid it as much as I can. but I also get lost alot lol
     
  4. tricky1

    tricky1 DIS Veteran

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    Once you get off the turnpike you will only be on I-4 for about a 1/4 to 1/2 mile.
    Most of that is the off and on ramps. You would exit on to kirkman rd , Universal is immediately to your left. Its kinda hard to get all the way over to the first entrance. I just go up to the next light make a left and the next entrance is on the left. takes you right to the hard rock. They have signs everywhere directing
    you.
     
  5. AtlantaSue

    AtlantaSue <font color=magenta>I'm so bad at multitasking<br>

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    Thanks so much! I feel better now. :)
     
  6. ks13

    ks13 Mouseketeer

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    I have made the drive from Atlanta to south FL a few times it's fairly easy till orlando. In November we stopped at universal coming from south FL on the way back to Tampa and as someone else said it's less than a mile down i4. It's a lot easier than coming from 75 to i4 threw Orlando. Two pieces of advice I can offer is make sure you have cash for tolls and always expect bad traffic in Orlando.
     

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