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  • On Feb 9, 2012
    Sara from NM Asked

    We are staying at the POR & have res for breakfast. Some in parks & at other resorts (Cape May Cafe, Chef Mickeys, & 1900 Park Fare). I understand that we have to go to a hub to get on a bus to the other resorts. How much time should we allow f

    Hi Sara,

    My family enjoyed a stay at Disney's Port Orleans Resort - Riverside last October and I have no doubt that you will have a fantastic time there!

    In order to get to your breakfast reservations at other Disney Resort hotels, you will need to go via one of the Theme Parks. I always suggest that you allow at least one hour when travelling from one Resort hotel to another.

    For Chef Mickey's at Disney's Contemporary Resort and 1900 Park Fare at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, you will need to take a bus from your Resort hotel to the Magic Kingdom and then from there, hop on the monorail to the Resort hotel in question. For Cape May Cafe at Disney's Beach Club Resort, I would recommend that you take a bus to Disney's Hollywood Studios and then from there, either take a boat or walk to Disney's Beach Club Resort hotel. (I would consider taking a taxi for this particular dining reservation which would cost you around $15.00)

    There is a fantastic transportation wizard tool which I like to use available at

    It allows you to enter where you will be travelling to and from within Walt Disney World and then provides details on the best route(s) to take as well as giving an indication of the amount of time that the journey will take. I would add an extra 20 minutes onto each estimated time to allow for the time which may be spent waiting for your designated mode of transport to arrive.

    I hope that this helps with your planning and wish you a magical trip!
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