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        Disney's Port Orleans Resort - Riverside
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        2 5200 Thu April 24, 2008
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        100% of reviewers None indicated 8.5
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        Description: 2,048 rooms in three-story southern-style mansions and two-story rustic bayou dwellings. Dining includes Riverside Mill food court, Boatwright's Dining Hall, and pizza delivery. Recreation includes Ol' Man Island, a 3 -acre old-fashioned swimming hole with slides, rope swings and playgrounds; quiet pools; boat rentals; game room; lounges and gift shop. Riverboat to Downtown Disney Marketplace and Pleasure Island. Transportation via motor coach to other Walt Disney World attractions and resorts.
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      1. MKJo

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        Registered: January 2008
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        Review Date: Fri February 22, 2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 7 

         
        Pros: Beautiful resort
        Cons: quite big to get around

        I've stayed here twice, the first time years ago in Alligator Bayou, & the most recent trip in Acadian House, Magnolia Bend.
        It was about 10 minutes walk from our room to the main building. At night I didn't feel particularly safe walking across one of the routes across Ol' Man Island as it was badly lit.
        It's a beautiful resort with lovely landscaping.
        The only real downside is the size of the resort.
        The foodcourt had a good selection of menu items, and not just the standard fast food fare, which was nice. It did get very busy around 8-9am each morning.
        I only used the bus once, coming back from Epcot one afternoon around 5pm-ish and it was packed.
        Having stayed at French Quarter numerous times, I do prefer it over Riverside.
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        Rumbleseatcat

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        Registered: April 2008
        Location: Colorado
        Posts: 16
        Review Date: Thu April 24, 2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 10 

         
        Pros: Lovely Landscaping--Nice Theme--Disney Feel
        Cons: Crowded pool & Hot Tub area

        We were able to stay at POR in Sept.2007 and thought it was a Very Nice Resort at a Good Price. The Grounds are Beautiful. I didn't have a problem with the size of the resort--I thought it was a plus because if never felt cramped (I know there were a large amount of people staying here). I requested the Mansions and that's where they put us--I love this section. The Main Pool was very nicely Themed and my DS swam there several times and loved it. The TS restaurant was very good for Breakfast. We just loved the CS Rivermill for the Create your Own Pasta Station--we must have ate there every other night after the parks. We really enjoyed the Boat Ride to DTD.
        We even walked over to POFQ one morning a spent half a day there, we ate breakfast, swam and then walked back to POR. I Would definately stay here again.
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