cowboy71 wrote:Wife and I did Disney World pre 70K this year - just one day, taking in most of Epcot and the Magic Kingdom.
Be advised that it is a LOT of walking, and a lot of standing in queues - could be very exhausting to do that after 70k
cowboy71 wrote:We flew into Orlando and rented a car. Stayed there for a few days (at the Buena Vista Palace), drove down to Fort Lauderdale and returned the car there prior to the cruise.
The Buena Vista Palace was a great place to stay - not stupidly expensive, free shuttle bus to/from Disney, and just a 5 minute walk to the Downtown Disney shopping precinct.
Kingslayer wrote:I really wanna do all four parks, so I'm planning on landing in Florida, spending a few days at the resort, and then taking a bus or something to Miami/Ft. Lauderdale the day before we set sail
Pellaz wrote:This is something I'd really like to consider for next year also. One friend who will very likely be coming* is a huge fan of Disney, so it's definitely in the cards. (My personal preference would be Universal, but whatevs.)
We'd probably be driving down from Atlanta, which helps with getting around before and after in S. Florida.
* unless he goes on the Monsters of Rock cruise in April instead....
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