Hmmmm. Makes the idea of staying at the Contemporary more attractive.I'm going to throw in another option, the Wilderness Lodge. I've stayed at The Contemporary, The Polynesian, Port Orleans, Old Key West, Saratoga Springs, The Boardwalk and The Beach Club and we like the Wilderness Lodge the best. We have a 6 year old daughter and we have been going to Disney World every year since she was 1. The Wilderness Lodge has worked well for us. There is a boat that takes you directly to the Magic Kingdom every 20 minutes. You definitely will want to spend most of your time at the Magic Kingdom. You also will want to split the day and either take a nap or go to the pool mid-day and then go back to the parks in the afternoon. It makes the day at the parks much more enjoyable. If I had four days to be a Disney and had a 5 and a 1 1/2 year old, I would do the Magic Kingdom for 2 1/2 days, Animal Kingdom for 1/2 a day, Disney Studios for 1/2 day and then Epcot for 1/2 day. Just a suggestion :) You could skip Epcot if you wanted to but they have a few rides that I really like. I like Mission:Space, the whole family likes Test Track and we also all like the new Soarin' ride that is coming in May. We have ridden it in California and it is great. Just my two cents :)
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