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  1. Kelly B – Agent with Destinations in Florida
    January 19, 2016

    Sue – Guests staying at value resorts must bring towels with them. You can then request houeskeeping to bring more towels to your room.

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  2. Sue
    January 19, 2016

    We’ve stayed at each level and the thing that really surprised me was when we were at Art of Animation, we had to bring our room towels to the pool. I don’t know if that was because we were there in off season or if that’s how all of the values are.

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    • Dave
      January 19, 2016

      Sue, as Kelly notes, it’s always like that at the Values.

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  3. Addie
    January 5, 2015

    Dave our trip is planned for March 4-10 and my grandson turns 7 on March 7th. We (my daughter, grandson and I) have a 4 day pass and will be staying in the pirate room at the Caribbean Beach resort (wish I had seen your site prior to booking my reservation). I would love suggestions on splitting up our time – and ideas to celebrate my little guy’s birthday.(have the Magic Your Way Plus Dining pkg). Thank you!

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  4. Dan
    March 14, 2013

    We are planning a trip in late may for 3 adults and a three year old. I am thinking that 4 days in the parks would be enough for a 3 year old, what do you think? I have MS (walk with a cane, do get tired) do you think it would be pretty important to get in a resort with the monorail? Any other good ideas?

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    • Dave
      March 15, 2013

      Dan, there’s a ton of walking within the parks, and also at all the monorail resorts except for the Contemporary–see https://yourfirstvisit.net/2011/06/06/review-disneys-contemporary-resort/ So the strongest advice I have for you is to rent a scooter! You can set it up so that it’s delivered to your hotel, and you can use it on the buses, monorail etc. You could also just rent them at the parks, but that slows you down and they may run out…

      Four days should be plenty, as there’s not a lot for kids that young. Think two days at MK, and one each at AK and HS.

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  5. shari
    January 15, 2013

    Looking for a 5 day itinerary we are visiting with our 11 (girl)and 13 year (boy) old kids Feb. 17-21. Not so interested in shows (illuminations and fantastic we will see for sure)… looking for a hotel that includes a good breakfast what do you think of embassy suites? First time for the kids. An restaurant suggestions?

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