One hour forty five minutes by boat
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well from MA i heard it is a whole days drive nonstop and thats leaving really in the morning and arriving really late at night. so my family and i take a plane ride to ft. lauderdale to my grandfathers house and then we stay there and then get up early in the am for a three hour drive to WDW not too bad if i do say so myself its the same distance from western mass to the cape!!
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6 hours non stop by car, 7-8 hours with stops for gas and lunch.
1 hour by plane and 40 min for magical express
flight 2 hours.. driving 21
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45 minutes to the airport, 3 hour direct flight. Driving straight to Orlando from here takes 24 hours. I'd much rather fly even though you need to rot in the airport. I had a 6am flight on December first and got to Orlando at 1pm, that includes a close to three hour layover in Washington.
about an 1 hour to the airport, 2.5 hours by plane, and 40 mins by magical express
so 4 hours 10 mins i guess!
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well when i lived on long island it was about a 20min drive to the airport and about a 2 hr flight..we always rented a car so then it was just the drive over from there...then i moved to fla w/ the fam to tampa and it took us about 1hr and 1/2 -2hrs drive(which was the best traveling time)...thennnn i moved back to nyc and it takes me the longest...usually it feels like forever bc i leave from work so the day drags on and on...i take the lirr to jamaica then hop on the airtram which is about 45 to an hr depending on if i have to wait for a train..then it's about a 2hr flight from jfk and my parents drive up from tampa and pick me up at the airport and we are on our way! driving isn't an option for me since i don't even have a car! too bad i can't just hop on a subway......
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It takes about 35 minutes to get to the Bradley Airport and then 2 and a half hours of to get to Florida.
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It takes me about and hour and 40 minutes by car
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