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Old 07-27-2019, 01:06 PM   #51
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In general we find that the theming for most of the moderate pools to be really superior to the DVC pools...upcoming stay at BRV compared w CBR- CBR pool is exquisite.

We were early for a dinner reservation at Narcoossee's thanksgiving

Wanted to hit the pool bar before hand
No entry thanks to the silly gate- You would think the gates wouldn’t restrict access to the bars
Not really a drinker, but it would seem do-able to allow pool bar access. But pool-bar hopping isn’t a perk...
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Old 07-27-2019, 01:20 PM   #52
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Actually AoA may have the best themed pools.
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Old 07-27-2019, 02:22 PM   #53
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we pool hop to BWV frequently during F&G and F&W since we like EPCOT and our home resorts are AKL/BRV/OKW.
Its nice to cool off for 20 minutes without losing 2 hours of park trip on the round trip travel. DH is in a scooter so he is my "beast of burden" to carry the suits.
I like to stay at BCV and BWV but they are sold out at 7 months during our visits in May and October. January is hit or miss and we don't need a pool so much then.
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Old 07-27-2019, 02:40 PM   #54
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Actually AoA may have the best themed pools.
My son wants to stay there REALLY BADLY.

Says he got cheated when we finally bought into DVC that he will never get to stay there.
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Old 07-27-2019, 03:57 PM   #55
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In general we find that the theming for most of the moderate pools to be really superior to the DVC pools...upcoming stay at BRV compared w CBR- CBR pool is exquisite.

We were early for a dinner reservation at Narcoossee's thanksgiving

Wanted to hit the pool bar before hand
No entry thanks to the silly gate- You would think the gates wouldn’t restrict access to the bars
We stayed at CBR a few years ago when our son was still a CM at the MK. The main pool there was really people soup and jammed full of people. We hit the neighborhood pools at CBR instead of going to the themed pools during our stay.

We were at the BWV several years ago and they were banding people using the Luna Park pool to keep the Epcot hoppers out. We had been at the Swan for two nights before our BWV stay and the Grotto Pool was pretty nice.
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