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Resorts & Accomodations Discuss French Quarter in the Vacation Planning forums; Riverside was once known as Dixie Landings. French Quarter is more of a "city" type setting while Riverside is more of the "country" type setting...
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    Riverside was once known as Dixie Landings.

    French Quarter is more of a "city" type setting while Riverside is more of the "country" type setting
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    Thanks, which one do you think is nicer?

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    Have fun at your trip!

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    I stayed at the POFQ on my last visit to Disney. It was great. I can not compare it to any other resorts since this is the only one on Disney property I stayed at. The FQ atmosphere was excellent. The place was quiet and the scenery was done perfectly. I stayed in building 2 which didnt have much of a walk to the General Store or Bus Stop and the Pool was directly in front of my room. The pool did not seem to be loud at all when I was there. I was in the parks for most of the day and usually came back to the hotel and took a quick swim for about a half hour before heading back to the room. There was never much of a wait for the buses (I think my longest wait was about 15 minutes). The food in the food court was only ok. I didnt expect much from a food court any way so it met my expectations. The Mickey shaped Waffles for breakfast were pretty good. I can not comment on Lunch or Dinner as I usually ate in the parks.

    In the end, it was a great time and everything was close to my room. It was quiet and relaxing and I am even staying there again this May.
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    I would like to stay in Port Orleans French Quarter with my family!

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