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Unread 15 Mar 19, 06:22 AM  
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Hello. Has anyone done a 14 day plan where they only did Disney? We are not planning on Universal, but wondering if we need other non Disney days- Like Seaworld or Busch Gardens. Wont have a car and will be with my sister whos in a wheelchair and mum, Plus me, my husband and 5 and 7 yr old kids. We are staying on site with DDP. Holiday has already cost a lot so trying to keep spending low-ish. Thanks v much x
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Yes we have and we will again later this year. I have never felt the need to go to Seaworld or Busch Gardens. When we go to Universal we will do more of a split stay but we dont do that every time.

If the Hagrid ride becomes available on express pass then we will probably add a night at a Universal hotel but otherwise happy to stay in one spots do stay onsite (we also dont drive). It is a choice though, I am sure it is not for everyone.

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We did just the one day at Seaworld when we took 4 yr old DD but other than that Disney only - certainly not a bad idea if going with a 5 and 7 yr old to stick to Disney only, making sure plenty of down time and pool 👌
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We have spent two 11 nights holidays at just Disney and loved both of them. The first time we even felt as if we hadnt had long enough as it was Easter so very busy. The second time we did get an Uber and visit a shopping mall for half a day so did get a short break from Disney, and had more pool time. We also had the ddp on our second trip so had a table service meal each day which felt like a rest from the parks sometimes.

I think for your family, with young children and your mum and sister with you, 14 days onsite will mean you can see and do lots but still have some pool time and rest time. Also, Disney Springs is good for a break from the parks without using transport as there are lots of shops and nice places to stop for a drink or food there. Another chilled area for a walk around is Boardwalk. Plus you have the water parks as a different style of day sometimes 😀

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I did 21 just Disney parks (staying offsite)last time and am doing 21 onsite this time. There is plenty to do. We didn't manage to do everything and went to the parks 20 days (one day we were all ill). We work on the basis of doing the 3 fast passes and any extras were a bonus
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We are doing 10 days on site and can't fit everything in. we could easily fill 14 days + at Disney. We do love sea-world and Busch gardens too but simply cannot fit them in. If cost is an issue I'd just do Disney this trip especially without a car. Enjoy the 2 weeks on site this trip. There's always next time.

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Weve done 2 holidays just Disney, and looking at going again doing just Disney, the kids (9,7,4) arent into rollercoasters/faster/bigger rides that some of then other places offer. They cant wait to go back to Disney again
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I would say most people who go only do Disney. They design the packages that way (magic express, free buses, parking charges, DDP, 14 day tickets).

First year we went off site and did Disney and Universal. Last year was just Disney (with QSDP).

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