Do guests get better parking spots, (ie the AAA diamond I here about), than the general public?
- Asked by Andria from TX on 4/17/2008
Hi Andrea. My experience is that as a guest you will be generally directed into the same area as non-guests attending for the day. However, the good news is that parking is complimentary for resort guests throughout your stay... read more
I am wondering what the best way is to get from the Polynesian/TTC to dinner at Flying Fish on the boardwalk?Also, is it convenient to have breakfast at Spoodles before our day at Epcot or HS and how much walking is involved upon exiting monorail at Epcot?
- Asked by Jennifer from CO on 4/15/2008
Hi Jennifer! To go to dinner at the Flying Fish, at the Transportation and Ticket Center you want to take a BoardWalk Inn bus. You want to plan about 45 minutes travel time. The quickest way is via taxi; about 15 minutes.Now for your day at Epcot... read more
Is parking really free if you stay on-site? When is the best time to go to the parks and make sure we have decent parking?
- Asked by Jennifer from NY on 4/15/2008
Yes! Parking is free to WDW resort guests. When you approach a toll booth at the entrance to one of the parks, you will simply show your WDW resort ID. You’ll also have a parking pass in the window of your car which is printed out and then given to... read more
First, this panel is Great! First timer in June, can you tell me if there are bathrooms on buses and when you get to a park early and its not open yet , are there restrooms there. Two small kids with us. Thanks.
- Asked by Shawna from NJ on 4/14/2008
There are not bathrooms on the buses that take you from the resorts to the parks. The longest amount of time you would be on one of these buses is about half an hour, and usually the ride is shorter than that. I don't really have any advice to help... read more
We're staying at Pop Century. If we leave a park at the end of a fireworks show and join the mass exodus of people leaving at the same time, is it possible that we would have to wait for 2 or 3 buses before we can get on?
- Asked by Margaret from TX on 4/12/2008
Umm. Yup! I know that you wanted me to say no, but I would be fibbing! Even during the slower seasons, park closing is a busy time for the transit system of Walt Disney World. During the summer season, when it's very crowded, Disney does increase... read more