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  • On May 30, 2013
    Diana Asked

    Planning a big family trip to Pop Century June 14. I am battling cancer and hope to soon be a cancer survior. Which rooms at Pop Century should I request to be as close as posible to the bus stop?

    Diana,

    I am sure you are going to kick that cancer out of the park! A little fun at Walt Disney World should be just what the Doctor ordered for you and your family to keep your energy up to win the battle!

    To stay near Classic Hall (the lobby building where all the amenities including the bus stop are located), you want to focus on the following buildings/room combinations in this order. Also remember that some are preferred locations, so some may not be part of the level of room you have booked. At the Value resorts the preferred locations are typically so because of proximity to the lobby building, so I listed several just in case.

    The room number are 4 digit. The first is the building number (see below), the second is the floor, and the remaining two are the specific room. So first off, ask for a room on the first floor, with a "1" in the second spot, to minimize climbing stairs or waking down the halls. 

    So again, if the room # is #1234, that means it is building 1, floor 2, room #34.
    • 70s Building #10, rooms ending in 37 - 72
    • 60s Building #5, rooms ending in 61 - 72
    • 60s Building #5, rooms ending in 61 - 72
    • 60s Building #4, rooms ending in 01 - 24
    • 50s Building #1, rooms ending in 13 - 36

    Now I think those are all preferred, so just in case, here are a few I think are NOT preferred;

    • 70s Building #10, rooms ending in 13 - 36
    • 90s Building #9, rooms ending in  13 - 60

    We will be rooting for you!

    Have a magical vacation!


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I am one of the Dads on the Moms Panel, and I love to help parents plan their vacation, with a focus on showing them how it can be fun for them too. I am also here to help Dads plan some nice surprises for the Moms in their life (they deserve it!). Learn More About Doug

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