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  • On Oct 14, 2012
    Lisa from IL Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Coming in for ONE day to see decorations (Grand Floridian, Beach Club, and Contemporary, then the Poly as well around 11 for brunch) Best way to order these with buses? Downtown Dis at start or end as well so could park there.

    Oh, Lisa, I love Disney transportation questions!  Thanks for posting your query to the Moms Panel.

    I suggest you take your first bus of the day to Disney's Polynesian Resort.  Enjoy brunch there and then take the monorail to the next stop, Disney's Grand Floridian Resort.  Check out the life-sized gingerbread house in the lobby and gorgeous poinsettias in the courtyard behind the main building.  Then hop on the monorail to Disney's Contemporary Resort.  After checking out the decorations there, I recommend that you add a quick side trip.  Hop on the boat to Disney's Wilderness Lodge at the back of Disney's Contemporary Resort.  There is no more beautiful resort during the holidays than Disney's Wilderness Lodge.  Just wait until you see the enormous tree in the main lobby. 

    Then board a Disney's Hollywood Studios-bound bus at the front of Disney's Wilderness Lodge.  When you arrive at this theme park, don't enter the gates.  Instead, head to the dock to the right of the entrance.  That's where you can catch a Friendship Boat to Disney's Beach Club Resort.  Once you have checked out the lovely holiday decorations there, grab a bus back to Downtown Disney.

    Sounds like you're going to have a really fun day.  Don't forget your camera!

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