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  1. Josh
    July 26, 2019

    There’s a typo now (…there [is] more to it than it seems), but otherwise I think it’s great. 🙂

    Thanks for the great coverage. Your website was invaluable in helping us choose a resort for DVC. The book is great too.

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    • Dave
      July 28, 2019

      Thanks again Josh. Fixed. I pride myself that there’s the site has the most comprehensive info on the Disney resorts ever published, and the book the most accurate info of any guidebook!

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  2. Josh
    July 24, 2019

    Hey Dave, the slide on the right in the kids section is actually a tunnel slide from up top. It’s not as big as the one in the main pool of course, but it’s not really small either. My kids agree that the play area is great.

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    • Dave
      July 25, 2019

      Josh, thanks!!! Not having kids young enuf to play in there, I never really investigated (I did not want to trouble the parents…)

      I’ve changed the words–see what you think.

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  3. Deb M
    April 8, 2019

    I’m assuming by the fences that you can’t swim at the beaches at Polynesian?

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    • Dave
      April 9, 2019

      Deb, as long as I have been paying attention (more than a decade) there’s been no swimming (or even entering the water) in any of the open waters at Disney World. This used to be not 100% enforced, but a terrible tragedy several years ago led to all Disney beaches being fenced.

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