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    Thank you so much! I was thinking that a backpack would be too hot, so I think I'll just bring one of my bigger purses. I always end up wanting to bring a lot of stuff, but I think I'll just rent a locker for sweatshirts and other stuff I'm not going to want to go back to the hotel for. And yea, I'd never think about bringing my luggage into the park! I can't believe people actually do. I'd rather just wait in the hotel until my room was ready than lug around suitcases! Some people are so odd, LOL.
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    Hey again Beccah

    Our flight (from what I can remember - not done the trip in five and a half years!) is about 8.5-9 hours on the way there and 7.5 on the way back. We take off at 12.30 lunchtime in the UK and are due to arrive at about 4.30pm in Florida (local time), so that makes 9 hours

    Don't really find jetlag a problem - in a lot of ways it helps as you get the most out of your first day as we always wake up early! On our three night trip to NYC last year we were up before six every day, which was great because we were able to pack in so much more Our first day this trip is Discovery Cove so we need to be up nice and early to beable to select our swim time. We also plan on being at the parks for rope drop each day - I find the excitement and magic makes it easier to keep going, although we have lots of sit down meals planned to help us recharge our batteries
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    That's not too long of a flight considering you're coming from another country. My flight is about 2 and a half hours. The wait is killing me, but I know as soon as I come back I'll be like "If I just would've been more patient I could be there now"!
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    It really depends on what you want. Price-wise, Pop is cheaper (as you already know.). It also has more pools. But POFQ has more dining choices.I'm not really sure about the transportation to or from either resort. (My choice would be POFQ because it's so relaxing. There are more families at Pop than there are POFQ.)
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