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    If you opt for regular parking they have the moving walkways between there and the bit where you split off for your venue of choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 287343
    If you opt for regular parking they have the moving walkways between there and the bit where you split off for your venue of choice.
    Well kind of :/ unless I'm misremembering which is entirely possible

    They have moving walkways from the hub yes, but the problem we found was that we were parked a LONG LONG way from the hub itself. So we spent... hmmm... 15minutes? walking through the carpark just to get to the hub where the moving walkways were.

    (of course if there were moving walkways through the car park itself then DOH!)
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    I don't remember walking. I remember getting the elevator from our car park level to the "main" level, and then hopping on a moving floor.

    We were parked in King Kong for sure because I remember commenting that the ride had closed down but it still had a parking area named for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 287345
    I don't remember walking. I remember getting the elevator from our car park level to the "main" level, and then hopping on a moving floor.

    We were parked in King Kong for sure because I remember commenting that the ride had closed down but it still had a parking area named for it.
    That would work if you were parked on another level but at the "hub" end of the parking structure.... in that case it'd be an easy elevator ride + moving floor.

    I think the trouble is if you're at the OTHER end of the parking, it really is a looonnnngggg way (or I'm just a wuss )
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    You need to get up a bit earlier then.

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    Thanks Dawn I can manage the moving floor

    Hhhmm, it looks like I need to find out exactly where the disabled parking is












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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 287349
    You need to get up a bit earlier then.
    oh heck we NEVER go there in the morning, that'd be insane only ever in the evenings...
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    Emeril's was wonderful when we dined there, but that was indeed years ago.

    We too have had to walk what seemed like miles to get to the moving floor. By then, who cares!

    I believe the handicap parking is on the level with valet, but it's been too long for me to feel confident that that is right.

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    Thank you, I'll email them and see if they can let me know.












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