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Old 05-10-2016, 07:08 AM   #29
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4 nights is just about perfect. We live here and find 2 nights too short and start to get antsy around 5.

Dont wait too long to add an extra night. They are usually very busy.


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Many thanks for the great advise. The original reasoning for the 3 night stay was based on our anticipation of such a good time. It sounds so good - we may stay extra nights. Believe for sure that we will ad Typhoon Bay to the list of attractions. But I believe with all the activities, pool and external stuff we are going to increase the night count to 4 at a minimum.

Again, thank you all!!
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4 nights is just about perfect. We live here and find 2 nights too short and start to get antsy around 5.

Dont wait too long to add an extra night. They are usually very busy.
Ha!... My DW has reservations for a month starting mid-January of 2017. We've never stayed more than a week, but she loves it there!

I'm thinking we might have bitten off too much!
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The loops 100 -300 are very tight for big rigs. Getting around the Fort is very easy. The main pool is fairly centralized. I can't suggest enough to thoroughly research going to Disney! It's not a simple place. Not only should you book fast passes well ahead, many of the favorite restaurants are full! Book dining (especially any dinner shows) well in advance of your trip. Discounts for the Fort have become non-existant. My DD is a cast member and she's unable to get discounts for the Fort but we could stay at any hotel for a nice discount! go figure.
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Don't get me wrong, if I had a month I'd certainly give it a shot. But we go several times a year and with work and school 4 days is the perfect break.


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Ha!... My DW has reservations for a month starting mid-January of 2017. We've never stayed more than a week, but she loves it there!

I'm thinking we might have bitten off too much!
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Great point about the restaurants, hayrides and whatever. There is rarely walk up available. Definitely plan that ahead

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The loops 100 -300 are very tight for big rigs. Getting around the Fort is very easy. The main pool is fairly centralized. I can't suggest enough to thoroughly research going to Disney! It's not a simple place. Not only should you book fast passes well ahead, many of the favorite restaurants are full! Book dining (especially any dinner shows) well in advance of your trip. Discounts for the Fort have become non-existant. My DD is a cast member and she's unable to get discounts for the Fort but we could stay at any hotel for a nice discount! go figure.
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