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    Hotel shuttle no good for early morning?

    So my research has it that shuttle runs begin at 8:00 am to the park?!!!!

    What the ... I wanna be there and get coffee and be at rope drop!!


    Guess - NO SHUTTLE FOR ME.


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    Re: Hotel shuttle no good for early morning?

    You can take a cab (no charge for extra people) for $10 or less from just about any resort in the area.

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    Re: Hotel shuttle no good for early morning?

    oh yeah... I saw that mentioned before... duh! that's 7 bucks cheaper than parking even


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    Re: Hotel shuttle no good for early morning?

    If it is a couple miles or so I just hoof it. Grab coffee and sit it on the go.

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    Re: Hotel shuttle no good for early morning?

    Quote Originally Posted by HunterRose13 View Post
    If it is a couple miles or so I just hoof it. Grab coffee and sit it on the go.

    It may be 3+ miles and we plan on walking 10-15 (maybe more) miles in the park all day... I'll take a ride


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    Re: Hotel shuttle no good for early morning?

    The ART Bus schedules coincide with the hours in the park. I have used them for regular park opening, and for early entry as well. They have never let me down. I usually stay at Dolphin's Cove, and catch the bus that stops in front of the Travelodge on Harbor, near Orangewood. If the park opens at 8 a.m, I always try and be at the bus stop by 7. That works quite well.

    I also buy my ART passes online. They will mail them to you, and only charge a very small shipping charge. Since I am over 65, they even gave me a discount. When they send the passes, they also send you one of their brochures. It lists all the routes, and is very informative.

    I have used the ART for all the years that I have been visiting Disneyland. One exception was my stay at the Candy Cane Inn. They have their own free bus.

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    Re: Hotel shuttle no good for early morning?

    What about using a car service like Uber or Lyft? With all the foot traffic and tourists in the area I would be stunned if there weren't at least several drivers nearby 24/7 waiting for customers.

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