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Old 03-06-2019, 05:04 PM   #71
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I like to overpack. I like to relax. I like to unpack in my room and feel at home. I think running around to meet FP and dining reservation requirements are enough of a stressing factor already. I am going back to Disney every year or so [maybe more / maybe less] every year until my contract expires in 40+ years. I can see each resort one at a time. If I move a round, I have actually less time to enjoy the actual resort.

I kept thinking Id like split stays. In theory they sound great. But, after doing BLT on Dec 30 to use TOWL and see NYE fireworks...moving to BW on Dec 31 so I could walk from Epcot to my room ...and then moving for 4 nights to SSR since my BW wait lists never came through. I am done with split stays. No Way...No More... Im lazy.

And my husband has banned all talk or contemplation of future split stays...LOL ...

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