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07-19-2002, 08:13 AM
sup yall!! i plan on going to disney world in september. i need some info about where i can get the best prices on where to stay. i hear kissimee is a good place. how far is it from the parks? who has the best price on park tickets. i think theres a web site where you can get a vacation package including the night stays and tickets for each day. i was suppose to go last year september 11th but we all know what happened that day. i cannot remember the site to save my life. any input, help, or advice would be greatly appreciated. thanks.
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07-19-2002, 09:11 AM
stay in one of the disney hotels... nothing can match them, they will kiss your ass to a sparkling clean finish!
07-19-2002, 09:24 AM
Also suck your wallet dry. :)
07-19-2002, 10:30 AM
but you will be mickey'd out by the time you leave.
yes an they'll rip you a new a$$hole
how many of you guys oplan on coming down...whenever we go to disney i go with my WHOLE family...and we stay in some villas in kissimmee3 bedrooms 2 baths and a folding couch bed....it is like $150 or $200 a night i believe but if you got a lot of people it is worth it
07-19-2002, 07:38 PM
its just me and my fiance. we would like to go there for our honeymoon. we arent trying to spend a whole lot. we both want to mod our cars up but we still wanna get away for awhile. are there any web sites out there that would set you up with a good deal?
07-20-2002, 05:25 AM
DO NOT stay in disney hotels... it'll be a ton of cash... there are plenty of nice hotels here in orlando... pick one...
you might even wanna think about stayin in a resort of some sort
07-20-2002, 10:15 AM
The resorts around Lake Buena Vista are nice, but can almost cost the same as Disney's. It's your call. I personally have stayed at Disney's Doplhin and Swan resort, Wyndham Resort in Lake Buena Vista, I think it was called the Star Hotel (it's a big tower, you can see Universal from it) on International Drive, and Holiday Inn on I-Drive I think (it's next to Landry's). The nicest was obviously in the order I listed it. Same goes for price most expensive to cheapest. Just get a decent room you'll probably be spending more time at the Parks and seeing the sights than you will be chillin in your room. Have fun. :)
dan it is there honey moon wtf are you smoking? isn't there a new hotel called gay..something..
07-24-2002, 06:21 PM
AHAHAHA... my friend and I start cracking up everytime we pass by it.
07-27-2002, 04:00 PM
how is the weather down there in september?
what type of wheels are on po9i car? i've seen those a few times but never up close. kinda wicked looking!!
it gets really nice at sept...during teh summer it rains too much...and bout the wheels..are you fuking with me???HAHAHAH they are teh stock 15s
07-28-2002, 10:07 AM
Originally posted by po9i
and bout the wheels..are you fuking with me???HAHAHAH they are teh stock 15s :chuckles::chuckles::chuckles:
07-29-2002, 08:08 AM
naw, man!! no one is fuking w/you. its just that i've only seen those wheels a few times and i had no idea that they were stock gt wheels. the stock gt's here only come with the hubcaps or the double five star wheels.
07-29-2002, 08:43 PM
is it better to stay in orlando or kissimme?
07-29-2002, 08:48 PM
also, does it rain a lot in september?
kissimmee is cloer to the disney stuff...orlando is cloer to universal..seaworl...international drive..am i right orlando peeps? in sept it doesn't rain as much as the summer
07-30-2002, 08:37 PM
i am doing some research and i am finding some descent sounding places to stay but i cant really tell if we are getting good room or not. theres a place called east of disney condos. are they worth while for like $79 a night? what about homewood suites at $68 a night? i know theres a ton to do down there, but i think we are only staying for like 4-5 days. in that time period what would be the best things to see/ do? we were thinking about getting a ticket hoppers for all the parks. good idea? theres magic kngdm, epcot, mgm, w. d. world, universal, bush gardens, and a ton more. what do you guys recommend? po9i, thanks for your help man.
i would also reccomend the water parks..
07-31-2002, 12:51 AM
Since your older you'd probably want to pass up on Magic Kingdom unless you've never been there and you'd like to see it once. For rides and overall value for your money I'd say Islands of Adventure, Bush Gardens, and Blizzard Beach.
bush gardens is in tampa dan..not orlando
yea the disney thing gets old really quick...adults are more likely to enjoy epcot over magic kingdom though
07-31-2002, 07:54 AM
Neil he mentioned Bush Gardens so I listed it. It's not more than 2hrs away anyway.
07-31-2002, 03:25 PM
ok, let me ask this question differently. where would young adults, ages 25 and 26, who love to have fun, go to and enjoy themselves the most?
07-31-2002, 05:23 PM
Bush Gardens, Islands of Adventure, all the water theme parks (Blizzard Beach is just my fav.), and Universal Studios. Epcot, MGM, and Magic Kingdom are boring once your older.
disney is played out...but if you want that mickey feeling...the best one fro adults is Epcot.....if you like roller coasters go to bush gardens...
07-31-2002, 10:17 PM
ok, where is the place you can go for roller coaster rides and for attractions all in the same park?
07-31-2002, 10:20 PM
are any of the places outside of the disney gates no good? which parks are water parks? so we'll know which ones to stay clear from. public water!? :bang: :ugh:
bush gardens is in tampa and has lots of roller coasters....typhoon lagoon...and blizzard beach are teh water parks...islands of adventure has roller coasters and other rides and is orlando also
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