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Old 04-29-2015, 08:53 AM   #1
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Hi gang, been awhile since I've been around, busy fighting some health issues. Anywho, DW and I are driving down to Disney World Fla for what could be the last ride of this pony express, we'll be staying 12 days at Ft Wilderness as the rest of the family will fly down 10 days after we start driving down. Only planning on driving four hrs a days.
We have Disney all booked so that's taken care of.
Do you road warriors have any advice for the drive down which starts in Nova Scotia, essentially Maine.
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Proposed Route Two

This plan has us driving 6 hrs a day, still very doable.
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I understand that I-4 Orlando is being re-constructed. Supposedly day time travel should not be affected, but you might want to check the DOT web site for updates.
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We "camp" at FW from Denver a few times a year, the best thing we ever did was order a sunpass which made the drive much more pleasant.

Also don't forgot to book restaurants and fast passes as soon as possible. We are planning our next trip July, and nearly everywhere is already booked.

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What time of year are you making this trip? My only suggestion is to watch for storms, especially in the Texas, OK, Mississippi area, they have been very strong this year.
Fort Wilderness is a wonderful place and you will make some great family memories there.
As another thread said....be careful of I4, it can be a mess, avoid it if possible! And life will be much simpler with a SunPass.
Safe travels and enjoy yourself.
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