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    Moderate Resorts and their buses

    Does anyone know what, if any, moderate resorts have their own buses?
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    Coronado Springs and Caribbean Beach both have their own busses.

    I stayed at Riverside in Dec. of '07 and there were times throughout our stay that we had our own bus and other times that we shared with French Quarter. I think it just depends on how busy it is. When crowds are low they share busses, but when attendance is high they need to provide their own. We didn't mind at all having to share with POFQ, we still usually had a seat so it wasn't bad. FQ gets picked up and dropped off first.
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    As does Fort Wilderness.
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    The same thing often happens at POR during the busy times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thumper10 View Post
    I stayed at Riverside in Dec. of '07 and there were times throughout our stay that we had our own bus and other times that we shared with French Quarter. I think it just depends on how busy it is. When crowds are low they share busses, but when attendance is high they need to provide their own. We didn't mind at all having to share with POFQ, we still usually had a seat so it wasn't bad. FQ gets picked up and dropped off first.
    While this topic is fresh, I'd like to add a question...
    If I'm staying at PO-R & have an early ADR at Animal Kingdom, what should I do to get there?

    I will have a car, but I've heard that you get stuck in a mass of cars waiting for them to open the parking lot.

    Would I be better off taking the bus? How early do the buses pickup for before-park-opening ADRs? And do I need to go over to PO-FQ to increase my chances of getting a bus, or do I not worry about that at such an early hour?

    Thanks in advance for any help!

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