You are able to valet park at the GF for about $12 or so. Then you can take the monorail to the MK. All transportation within WDW is free.We are staying at Regal Palms and plan to go to WDW April 12-16, 2010 with our family car. We have reservations one day for breakfast at 1900 Park Fare. I thought it would be neat to park (valet?) at the Grand Floridian and take the monorail to MK and return on the boat. Can someone tell me if and what I have to pay for the monorail/boat/parking. I've read that transportation is free for resort guests, but there's no information for offsite visitors. Also, does anyone have any suggestions for transportation/parking in general during our stay?
Your best bet is going to be a cab at that hour. You could get an early ADR bus to AK, then transfer to the AKL bus...but you would have to be out at your bus stop by 6:30 since there is no way of telling what time the bus to AKL from AK would be along.We wanted to try breakfasts at resorts other than the one we are staying at (POR) How early do the buses run. I guess we would have to go to DTD and then back to a resort? The website says that the DTD buses don't start until 8:30am! We have ADRs for 7:45am at two other resorts. Apart from the bus system, does anyone know what cab fare would be on average, say from POR to AKL?
Thanks for any help.
You might want to post this question over on the regular Transportation board. You'll get more notice there.Does anyone have list of hotels/motels that allow dogs? We are attempting to drive straight through form New Jersey on Friday night, but in case we get too tired and need to call it a night, I would appreciate the names of any chains you might know of that accept small dogs.
Same thing happened to me... was told that was for wholesellers.We are heading to WDW on Sept 9th. At the beginning of August, I thought I registered with DME via the website. However 10 days later I received an e-mail saying they could not process my request any further due to the website being wholesale people only. Has it always been like this and I just missed it?
You could take the Mears shuttle from your resort to MCO. It's about $20 one way.Greetings! I am hoping that someone can offer me good advice RE: the following dilemma . . .I am taking Magical Express from MCO to WDW on 9/14. I needed to rent a car because I am staying off-site over the weekend. I've been monitoring prices for weeks & had settled on a 3 day weekend rental picking up & dropping off at the car care center. The best price I found was about $145 (!) I was just able to book a last minute weekly rental for $160. The catch: I need to pick up the car at MCO instead of the car care center at WDW (where the same time period costs $400!!!) So, what is a cost effective way for me to get to MCO on Friday morning?
Thank you kindly for any advice you may provide!
The link for the Expressway Authority isn't working.Someone asked about tolls on the BeeLine in another thread; here is a (hopefully) helpful link to the Expressway Authority:
i'm looking for cab info as well. i'm staying onsite.anyone have a link or phone number to the cab service that is used around the WDW complex. We need to take a cab to the courthouse so we can get our weddng liscense.. So im trying to weigh our options.. Thanks for any help!!!