This is probably answered in an FAQ or a blog somewhere, but I haven't really found what I'm looking for Googling it or searching the forum. But I won't be offended if your response is just "See link here". So, this is more future-planning. In about a month, I'm going to be doing a sorta split-visit where I'm going to be at a timeshare nearby with my family doing mostly nothing but hanging out at the timeshare's pool. Then we'll be leaving the timeshare early to stay on-site (at Pop Century) for a few days while we do Disney. I've been to Disney a few times. I've even done things similar to above a few times and every time, when we did Disney, we did it on-site. Partly because of the "inclusiveness" that being on-site provides (debatable I understand) but also partly because getting to/from Disney intimidated me. I worry that instead of a half hour bus ride to Disney, I'll be looking at, at least, 15 minutes of traffic, then, at least, 15 minutes of getting to and being parked. Then another, at least, 15 minutes to a half hour of waiting for a shuttle to take us to the entrance of the park. All of which feels like it would/could be stressful way to kick off a "magical vacation". And I feel like while we're LEAVING the park, I can probably at least double the amount of time all this will take. Factoring all that in, while trying to consider getting to WDW early enough to do a rope drop for a ride sounds super stressful. A few of the timeshare locations offer shuttles, but a LOT of them do not and of the ones that do, most of them charge for them. I don't LOVE the idea of prioritizing my location based on who offers a shuttle and who doesn't, but maybe I should? But using our timeshare would save us a LOT of money, so I feel like I should try to find a way to make it work while not making our vacation stressful, since that's absolutely something a vacation shouldn't be. Thoughts?