It sounds weird but with regards to walking, it's the last half mile that kills me! So proximity to a bus stop is important to me!
Then you'd want to request Acadian or Magnolia for your building. They don't always honor those requests but it doesn't hurt to ask. However, keep in mind that the order of bus stops is South Depot, West Depot, North Depot and East Depot. South is the main depot and quite frequently, the bus will fill up there and everyone at the other stops who can get on, end up having to stand. My DW and I always stay in Alligator Bayou and always request either building 14 or 18. Don't always get it but we request it anyway.
However, it's really not a bad walk even from the back of the resort to the South depot out front. We've done it many times. But it's not our preferred method.
Tom (... we're walking, we're walking...)
it sounds like a wonderful resort
and I think not walking at Disney is really not an option hahahaha, however, it sounds like the walk is doable, wherever you are placed in the resort, which is a big plus with two little ones
So POR is larger and has more pools, the foodcourt and the restaurant and lounge
Does PORQ have its own foodcourt? The pics on the Disney website show the same foodcourt for both
Originally Posted by Mari, post: 263889
Yeah. That's a little misleading isn't it. One of the pics on the Disney site for POFQ actually shows the interior of Boatwrights Dining Hall at POR. The other pic is of the Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory Food Court which is the food court at POFQ.
So yes, POFQ has a food court of it's very own.
Tom (... POFQ also had a really cool slide in the pool but POR is still our favorite!)
I think the Disney website is lacking in showing all these resorts have to offer...
Guess in a way its a good thing? keeps people interested in staying at more expensive resorts hahahaha, but from what Ive read here, it is really worth a stay there
Ive never been to New Orleans, but would love to go sometime...