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  • [Question] Getting to the park from the Alpine Inn

    How do I get to the park quickly in the early morning from the Alpine Inn hotel. There used to be a tram in the lot where Cars Land is now being built, but I have no clue what to do now that the tram isn't there. (Or is it?)

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    Re: Getting to the park from the Alpine Inn

    The site for Alpine Inn doesn't say anything about a tram, but advertises that it is 100 yards from the park entrance. Google maps clocks it about a 17 minute walk. Lonely Planet does say that there's a tram that pulls up just west of the entrance to the motel, though. Not sure which to believe, but if it comes down to walking, I'm sure it won't be a huge problem.

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      Re: Getting to the park from the Alpine Inn

      seriously walking wont take you that long at all.
      ive stayed at the best westerns further down katella and it only takes a couple of mins to get to the gate.

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        Re: Getting to the park from the Alpine Inn

        I stayed at Alpine last year and will be staying there when we go back this year. The walk isn't that long at all. You take a left out of the hotel lot, then a left at the corner, and then a left into the Disney Tram drop-off area. A nice bonus - there is a 7-11 on the corner that is open 24 hours so you can stop for a nice cool beverage to bring back to your hotel on the way home from the park. :-)
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          Re: Getting to the park from the Alpine Inn

          Originally posted by ThanksRichard View Post
          I stayed at Alpine last year and will be staying there when we go back this year. The walk isn't that long at all. You take a left out of the hotel lot, then a left at the corner, and then a left into the Disney Tram drop-off area. A nice bonus - there is a 7-11 on the corner that is open 24 hours so you can stop for a nice cool beverage to bring back to your hotel on the way home from the park. :-)
          Ooh, thank you. I always turned right in the past! :P

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            Re: Getting to the park from the Alpine Inn

            Considering it's location, I would have turned right as well because you can go through the parking lot, I think. But I suppose it's easier just turning left on Katella and then left on Harbor to the entrance. I wouldn't think 17 minutes but maybe that's the maximum time estimation.


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              Re: Getting to the park from the Alpine Inn

              Originally posted by IzzyInWonderland View Post
              Considering it's location, I would have turned right as well because you can go through the parking lot, I think. But I suppose it's easier just turning left on Katella and then left on Harbor to the entrance. I wouldn't think 17 minutes but maybe that's the maximum time estimation.
              There is no parking lot any more. Its now Cars Land and I don't think you can walk through there anymore.




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                Re: Getting to the park from the Alpine Inn

                Originally posted by penguinsoda View Post
                There is no parking lot any more. Its now Cars Land and I don't think you can walk through there anymore.
                Hence why I made this thread.

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                  Re: Getting to the park from the Alpine Inn

                  Originally posted by Walt's Ghost View Post
                  Ooh, thank you. I always turned right in the past! :P
                  Glad I could help! Make sure you say hi to "crazy eyes" if you stop in at 7-11, lol.

                  Literally - the walk really isn't that bad. In the morning you're so excited to get there it just flies by. At night - you're still hopped up on the magic you don't care, lol. 25 more days to go.....i can make it!
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                    Re: Getting to the park from the Alpine Inn

                    Originally posted by Lillian's Ghost View Post
                    The site for Alpine Inn doesn't say anything about a tram, but advertises that it is 100 yards from the park entrance. Google maps clocks it about a 17 minute walk. Lonely Planet does say that there's a tram that pulls up just west of the entrance to the motel, though. Not sure which to believe, but if it comes down to walking, I'm sure it won't be a huge problem.

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                    It probably is 100 yards as the crow flys. but its still only a short walk, and like one person said, there is a 7-11 on the corner for coffe or cokes! Perfecto.
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                      Re: Getting to the park from the Alpine Inn

                      Originally posted by Walt's Ghost View Post
                      Ooh, thank you. I always turned right in the past! :P
                      I stayed once at the Alpine Inn in 2002 which at that time I used to turn right out of their parking lot and walk just a few yards then turn right again through a DLR pedestrian tram gate in which I would either jump on the tram or just simply keep walking on the side of DCA's parking lot which will now become Cars Land.I loved this route but I think I will just go left on Katella and then left on Harbor when I stay there in November.There is the option of going right on Katella and then right on Disney Drive going through Downtown Disney to get to the parks.

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