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Unread 20 May 19, 06:56 AM  
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We've done lots of different combinations but mostly we have done 12 nights on IDrive at the Rosen Plaza/Embassy Suites and our last week renting DVC points at either The Boardwalk or Saratoga Springs.
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We had 3 weeks and did 10 days Disney and 10 days Villa. It was a perfect combo for us.
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Would love to read anything and everything about your mixed holiday and if you have trip reports- please share them with me

Where do you stay offsite, do you find moving from hotel to hotel bothersome etc
We did a split stay back in 2014, staying at week onsite at CBR and then a week offsite at the Doubletree resort near Seaworld. See the following for my trippy:

https://www.thedibb.co.uk/forums/sho...d.php?t=829062

The worst thing about moving hotels was having to pack up and then unpack again. There's two issues with this. First, there's the psychological downer of having to pack up your things - it feels like the end of the holiday. Second, it takes time to pack and unpack which means less time spent enjoying the holiday.

We used a taxi to get from CBR to I-drive and this was pretty easy and stress free. It cost around $30.
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we also have a split stat. This year its 2 nights HRH, 9 nights CBR and 5 nights on ID, Rosen at @point. I am going to use packing cubes to make it easier.
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We have done a few combinations.

This year 3 nights idrive, 2 nights universal, 15 nights disney.

Also 2 nights Idrive, 6 nights universal, 1 night disney.

9 nights idrive, sneaky Disney night for after hours and 7 nights universal.

15 nights disney and 4 nights universal.

11 nights idrive with 2 nights in the middle at universal and 15 nights disney.

I only have food reports with extra details thrown in.

I love offsite, universal and Disney. The only thing we do is keep disney for Disney onsite and universal for universal onsite. Idrive is for shopping, SeaWorld etc.
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