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^^ Agree with post above2010-04-05 20:01:45 by DaisysMommy
If all you're doing is Disney, then definitely stay onsite. The Disney parks arrange transportation to and from the airport and to all of their parks. You'll also have access to their Extra Magic hours, so you can hit the parks before the crowds come in and be able to leave for a nap and a swim at mid-day. Get the meals included plan, and you'll really have nothing at all worry about. I would sa...he parks will be a little quieter.
The best guide you can possibly get is the "Unoffical Guide to Disney". Seriously, I can't recommend this book enough. A new edition comes out every year, so wait until next January and pick up a copy for 2011. This is the book's website, it's fantastic:
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