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  • Walk from Holiday Inn to tram?

    I just booked a room at the Holiday Inn on Walnut. (Got a great deal through Hotwire..$59 a night.) I heard that it is a pretty quick walk to the DL parking lot tram. Does anyone know if that is correct? Is there a direct route?

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    Re: Walk from Holiday Inn to tram?

    Here's a website map that should help you figure out how much walking it may be.

    http://www.geocities.com/ashpsyche/D...ndLinkMap.html
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      Re: Walk from Holiday Inn to tram?

      I actually have that map bookmarked on my computer. It doesn't have enough detail. It doesn't really show if there is a direct walking route from the hotel to the tram.
      I read some reviews on Tripadvisor though, one person said thart it was an easy walk. I'm hoping that is acurate.

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        Re: Walk from Holiday Inn to tram?

        It’s not that bad of a walk. Having just stayed at the Holiday Inn about a month ago I can tell you with certainty that the walk is only about a five-minute walk. Of course if you decide not to ride the trams you can always cut through Downtown Disney.

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          Re: Walk from Holiday Inn to tram?

          ^Thanks!

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            Re: Walk from Holiday Inn to tram?

            Not a bad walk at all.

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              Re: Walk from Holiday Inn to tram?

              Just got back today. It wasn't a bad walk. We ended up just walking thru Downtown Disney the 2nd and 3rd day.

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