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    Mick that sounds like an deal
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    sounds great Mick! Nothing wrong with the All Stars. We loved it there. Now i know lots of people love Pop but we hated it with an absolute passion. If we were to stay value again, it would be All Stars for us again.

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    well ive only ever set foot onsite at one hotel and it was awesome, could afford that, but it wouldnt be for the whole trip, just too expensive. but looking at the values like movies just didnt appeal to me, not being snobby or anything, if the choice was totally up to me but if it was a deal you couldnt pass on id stay there i guess.

    didnt know about the WC free onsite, ideally id want a scooter next time, i just didnt feel independant having someone have to push me when i had to sit and wanted to go somewhere...also having denise puch me like she was following a zig zag line at a crossing was making me sea sick as well lmao
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    I've heard it's way cheaper to hire a scooter privately than to hire one each day from the Disney parks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crayola DeVille, post: 185406
    I've heard it's way cheaper to hire a scooter privately than to hire one each day from the Disney parks.
    180 a week i think helen and $40+ a day at a park
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    We've stayed at All Stars and quite enjoyed it! We still prefer it to Pop! LOL. See? Something for everyone at WDW.

    The food court there is much nicer than the one at Pop, as far as we are concerned. Far greater choice, and nicer choices, as well.

    I'd stay there again in a heartbeat!

    Now the cruise... Not so sure about that.






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    Yep I agree about the food court. We did prefer the food, they had less fast food items and more dinner type meals which we prefer. Do they still have that kick ball thing on a bungee cord? Just that when we were there eating some kid was kicking the heck out of it and went on for what seemed like hours :( I nearly wrapped the cord round his neck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ukwdwnut, post: 185421
    180 a week i think helen and $40+ a day at a park
    How does that convert?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crayola DeVille, post: 185509
    Yep I agree about the food court. We did prefer the food, they had less fast food items and more dinner type meals which we prefer. Do they still have that kick ball thing on a bungee cord? Just that when we were there eating some kid was kicking the heck out of it and went on for what seemed like hours :( I nearly wrapped the cord round his neck.
    we've stayed at ASMovies and enjoyed the food court there, but we usually just eat breakfast and the occasional lunch there anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkfan, post: 185543
    How does that convert?
    289.33200 US$
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