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    Parking Permits

    Disney ≠ Consistency
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    Short but sweet!

    I'm so glad you enjoyed it thanks!
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    Who’s who

    What we really need is a diagram that shows all of the companies that make the various parts for these manufacturers. I think almost everything is made by 2 or 3 companies.
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    Grumpy and Grandma

    Who’s who

    Prevost isn't listed either so they must have it classified with them....
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    We were lazy and said screw it....we'll catch it next time
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    Parking Permits

    With the campground at least I have stopped doing online check in. Since I do not use the option to charge to the room (or site in this case), and they don't charge a parking fee, it avoids them putting holds on my account. This does mean I have to spend 10 minutes going through check in but that doesn't bother me. Last trip I was actually excited to pull up with the bus for it's first time.
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    Who’s who

    I don't seen Adams Bus Conversion but they are a very small manufacturer.
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    2 hours is the stated time to return.
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    Also, while you are in the park waiting for park opening, try and find one of the blue "guest services" umbrellas/tents and park yourself near it. If for some reason the system doesn't see that your entire party is in the park, they will have to add you to the boarding group on their system. Being close to them will speed up that process.
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    Some New Reflections Details

    If I woke up in the Fort with my head sewn to the Hoop-De-Doo carpet, I'd be no more surprised then I am right now.
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    Regular Premium Site

    Also agree. One note from experience - there are a few sites about halfway through the loop on the outside that back up fairly closely to the sidewalk on the main road. This might be a good thing if you want easy access to that sidewalk but if you don't, avoid those sites if you can. In our case we had dogs with us and having people walking by that closely wasn't ideal.
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    Regular Premium Site

    I agree with both of the previous posts, but wanted to add some more thoughts. Considering that you’re going in June, you probably will want easy access to the pool and campfire area. If we are talking regular premium and not Meadow premium, I’d say 500 or 1300. Another thing to consider this year is all of the construction in the Settlement area. 500 and 1300 will distance you from that. TCD
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    Worked just fine! They just drove to our site and parked so traffic could get by. They even brought their dogs! We had a great visit. 😊
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    They’re also great for kids with special needs. I agree about it looking nicer.
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    Yes those are for toddlers. I would always swing my girl as high as she wanted to go. I would always get a frustrated look from the mom next to me when there kid would point and say I want to go high like her mommy. Then my daughter would say something like why don't they swing high daddy? (She was only 2 at the time or 3)
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    Thought you were referring to them disappearing periodically.. Except for the fence around the old playground, all was pretty much back to normal. Tree looked good too.
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    I have been watching the Fort change since 1979. And while a lot of the changes we haven't loved some have turned out ok. Our least favorite has been the price increase. At this point I don't like all the changes that are going on at the Fort, but it may turn out to be great we haven't seen the final work yet. So I am hoping the Disney magic will somehow keep the Fort a great place to camp.
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    It is a shame what the settlement has become. The replacement beach is a slap in the face to campers. Our last trip I didn't even attempt to find a rocking chair at Crocketts
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    When I was work traveling to Orlando extensively, I learned quickly that my work was all the way over by UCF, and any company I would want to work for was over there by UCF. When traveling for work, that was a lot of miles and tolls across 417 to get to Disney. We seriously considered relocating to the I-4 corridor about 3 years ago. Did some house hunting, and tiny lots (meaning a two story house to get any SF), with high prices, and high HOA fees, high property taxes, (plus too much stucco and no brick), really turned us off. Plus the salary being offered were less than here in N. Alabama with larger lots, lower home prices, low property taxes, etc. Yes, we have a state tax, but everything else offsets that. We decided to stay put.
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    I'll be able to work from home in June when I retire!
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    It seems like the majority of new sub-divisions being built still don't make anything walkable. To me, it would seem like the developer would offer space within the development for grocery stores, gas stations, etc, to make it easier for the residents to get what they need instead of having to drive a mile to get out of the sub-division then another couple of miles to get to a store along overcrowded streets.
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    Greenberg Rentals

    The more I poke around the more I believe that Elite Camper Rentals is not Greenberg - but then what do I know? They did pop up right around the time Greenberg was falling apart, but that may just mean that someone who knew what was going on had the foresight to say "hmm... and opening in the market..." Where it gets hinky is that there are a few people on FB and other message boards "screaming" (in all caps) that Elite = Greenberg. Hence the cease & desist.

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