compact size, one bus stop, fun theme....it's our favorite moderate resort.
This looks fantastic!!!!!!we’ve stayed there 2 years in a row & going back again this october. they did a good job updating the rooms last year. more comfortable bedding & more areas to charge your electronics.
pretty good food court. i’ll also say yes to the mickey beignets, but the baguette french toast was a win for me. battered & deep fried topped with cinnamon sugar....
it is a small, compact resort. surprisingly quiet at night too. well kept grounds & having the boat transportation to disney springs is a bonus.
enjoy your trip!
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here’s the french toast i mentioned
Will be staying at POFQ May 5-12, son and daughter-in-law and granddaughters 4 and 6 years old will arrive on May 8-12. We stayed many many years ago when it was called Dixie Landing. Please do a trip report
I am at POFQ now and have a live TR going in the Trip Reports forum. I posted room photos last night.Will be staying at POFQ May 5-12, son and daughter-in-law and granddaughters 4 and 6 years old will arrive on May 8-12. We stayed many many years ago when it was called Dixie Landing. Please do a trip report
Is the foodcourt open 24 hours to have access to the freestyle coke machines?
I am currently at POFQ. The hours for Sassagoola Floatworks (food court) are 6 am - midnight daily. The doors are locked when the last guest leaves, so there is no 24/7 access to the beverage station.They are in the food court seating area but they do not lock the doors or have a gate like they do at the values.
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