I have just read Becca's thread on "getting around in the world" and asking about how easy it is to use a car there. It's interesting as I have not ever been there without a car. We find it really easy to get around, quite like the freedom to pop to a supermarket or a mall for shopping if we feel like it, and to get to some early breakfasts in the first few days when the time difference means we are up and ready to go when it is still dark. However, this is the first time we will have stayed on Disney property within walking distance of parks, as well as lots of eating options (at the Yacht Club, just in case you didn't hear me shouting it from the rooftops yesterday when I booked it ). We are seriously considering not hiring a car, and simply using Disney transport, or the odd taxi on site for the times when we really want to be somewhere fast, and for a couple of planned trips to a mall. We usually ditch the car by mid afternoon anyway as we like to have a drink with our evening meals. We thought about placing an order with somewhere like Garden Grocer for the things we like to have in our room, which to be honest is mainly beer and wine for our relaxing time on the balcony or in the hotel grounds (do you see a theme developing here ), and bottles of water, and that would mean we wouldn't need trips to the supermarket, unless we wanted to just go and look at everything there and go "oooo, you can;t get that in the UK!", or check out the Walmart experience . It is mainly our intention this trip to enjoy the location of the hotel, and the Disney experience, and we want to relax as much as we can. We have gotten frustrated though with the busses previously at times, though I am not sure how much of that is the fact that the bad experience tends to stick in our minds more, and when things are running smoothly we don't mind so much. What are everyone's experiences of not having a car at all there? Thank you!