We just got back from a 1 week stay (3days-VB-4 days BWV) finally with some time to sumarize our trip. Arrived at MCO at 10am got our car from Hertz, used Marriott points, decided to take the Bline to A1A for a nice leisure drive down the coast which was very nice. we did stop at a Walmart along the way for a few things also had a nice lunch at a Friendlys. We arrived at VB a 3pm it was the day after labor day and the place was desolate. We had to wait till 4:30 for our room as house keeping was over whelmed from all the checkouts. We got in out cottage at 430pm (bldg 5075) found it to be very clean and in good order. Our first time in a cottage it was great loved the view and all the extra space. The weather was great most of the time we were there as we enjoyed the pool every morning as we pretty much had it to ourselves. we had a nice dinner at Capt hirrams one night and the last night we had the seafood buffete at Shutters which was disapointing and expensive. Friday we left for BWV but drove up I95 to Daytonna and stopped at the flea market for some tea shirts sun glass's and other fun things. We then headed accross I4 for BWV's arriving around 2:30pm checked in and were told we couldn't get a BW view which we requested but were instead assigned room's 5018/20 2brm in the corner overlooking the pools. Once we got over the dissapointment of not getting a BW view we ended up liking the location not to bad of a walk from the elavators and and a good view of MGM and the canal. High lights of our stay were the quite moments sitting on the boardwalk, very little crowds,breakfast at Bomas, spending sunday afternoon in the ESPN club rooting for the Steelers and a magnificent dinner at the California Grill. lowlights- Price gauging by Disney on food souvenours etc has really gotten unreasonable IMHO. We elected not to visit any of the parks which was a first for us.