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Updated Review of Disney’s Pop Century Resort



By Dave Shute

I just completed and published my updated review of Disney’s Pop Century Resort. The updated Pop Century review begins here, and has six pages in total:

The update includes a bunch of all-new photos from my June 2017 say in a not-yet-refurbed room and my July 2017 stay in a refurbed room–my ninth and tenth stays at Pop Century, respectively.

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2 comments

1 Jeff { 12.07.17 at 9:31 pm }

Since joining DVC 11 years ago, I haven’t been back to stay at any of the Values & Moderates. But I still love going & visiting them, usually dropping a little coin on food & drink while I’m there.
I must admit, Pop Century (& Port Orleans Riverside) are the 2 that tempt me to break away from DVC for a special trip at some point.
Pop Century especially…… because it can be done rather affordably.

2 Dave { 12.08.17 at 9:50 am }

Jeff, the trick is to have a revenue-generating web site about WDW. Then you can deduct your Pop and POR stays as research expenses!!

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