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Episode 1236 - Moderate Comparisons

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Hosts: Matt Hochberg, Len Testa & Mike Newell


  • Episode 1236 - Moderate Comparisons

  • Today, the panel compares the different resorts in the moderate class at Walt Disney World/

Running Time: 30:00

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Episode 1236 - Moderate Comparisons
Authored by: AquaViola on Monday, September 02 2013 @ 02:14 PM CDT
Speaking of listeners annoying you, should I point out that you started the podcast in 2005, not 2006?



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Episode 1236 - Moderate Comparisons
Authored by: Jedwbpm on Monday, September 02 2013 @ 10:03 PM CDT
Three important things you missed about the pool at Coronado Springs. One the pool is almost square which means that it is easy to keep an eye on your kids. The pool at Port Orleans has lots of bind spots to loose you kids in. Second a nice pool bar. Third you can sit at the pool bar and still see your kids in the pool.
Episode 1236 - Moderate Comparisons
Authored by: billp on Friday, September 06 2013 @ 09:29 PM CDT
Disappointed that you didn't cover Ft Wilderness Cabins.

It offers a unique lodging and resort experience and stacks up well against other moderates.
Episode 1236 - Moderate Comparisons
Authored by: Sharon R on Monday, September 09 2013 @ 11:26 AM CDT
I want to mention that Port Orleans Riverside rooms have completed their refurbishment over a year ago. Last April 2012, we stayed at Caribbean Beach, completely ignoring Riverside due to the inside decor that we had absolutely no interest in: those odd tree log bed posts and hideous quilts, at least in Alligator Bayou. But while planning our return trip for 6 months later, we consulted the very same website you plugged, portorleans.org, which showed the beautifully redone interiors and completion schedule, and suddenly it was back on our radar. We stayed in Alligator Bayou last October 2012, and it did not disappoint! Sorry, but got to keep more current.