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  • My daughter's appointment at the BB Boutique in Downtown Disney is at 11:40 am and the lunch reservation for CInderella's Royal Table is 2:20 pm. I'm told it'll be tight. We are staying at the Polynesian and I will use a cab if that helps. Is it possible?
  • - Asked by Sherri from Pennsylvania on 10/17/2013
  • Hi Sherri!

    It sounds like you are looking for direct transportation from Downtown Disney to Magic Kingdom Park.  Is that right?  You can certainly hire a taxi to take you there.  Keep in mind that a taxi can't go directly to Magic Kingdom Park.  You would need to have the driver take you to the Transportation and Ticket Center. From there, you could hop on the large ferry which takes guests to Magic Kingdom Park.   You could also take a taxi back to the Polynesian and hop on the monorail from there.  Due to the stop that must be made anyway, you are looking at around a 40 minute commute.  You might also consider taking a Disney Bus from Downtown Disney to Disney's Polynesian Resort.  From there, you would again hop on the monorail to Magic Kingdom.   I would say that's about a  50 minute trip if you catch your transportation swiftly. Depending on how long you spend at Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, you may have enough time to take Disney transportation.  I always recommend that you safely allow around 90 minutes when taking Disney transportation to get to your destination.  Most times it is quicker, but you should always allow for any unexpected delays.  I hope this helps, Sherri!

    I wish you a truly magical vacation!

    -Jacqui

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