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  • On Feb 18, 2013
    Rebecca Asked

    as a women traveling alone which would be better wilderness lodge, grand floridian outer buliding or one of the port orleans?

    Hi Rebecca!  I recently took my first solo trip to Walt Disney World and I really enjoyed it - there's something about being able to do exactly what you want. when you want, that made it super-relaxing and fun at the same time.  I'm not really sure if the intent of your question is regarding your safety as a woman travelling by herself?  If that was the intent, I can assure you that Walt Disney World takes safety of their guests very seriously, and you will be just fine at any of those resorts.  However, Disney's Port Orleans Resort does have exterior entry doors, which can be a concern to some.  Both Disney's Wilderness Lodge and Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa have interior hallway entry doors, so that may make you feel more comfortable and secure.  After taking those factors into consideration,  it really boils down to personal preference - I suggest checking each of the resort descriptions to see which one has a theme that appeals to you most.  I've provided links to each - just click on the resort name to view.

    I hope this has helped you, and it would be my pleasure to help you plan any more details of your Walt Disney World vacation - just ask!  Have a magical day.

    Kristen
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Meet the Panelist: Kristen, Missouri

Are you thinking of a Disney vacation outside of the theme parks?  Using my own personal travel experiences, I would love to answer your questions about Adventures by Disney or Aulani and help you plan your family's next memory-making vacation! Learn More About Kristen

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