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  • yoyoflamingo
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    Re: Port orleans help!

    Originally posted by minidibs View Post
    Just a quick question.
    I was looking to go to port orleans next year and was wondering whats the difference between,
    French quater and riverside?
    thanks (Y)
    The French Quarter is themed to New Orleans French Quarter - it has 1 pool, 1 bus stop, and fewer rooms.

    Riverside is themed to the plantations and bayous along the Mississippi River...there is one themed pool, as well as several quiet pools scattered around the resort. It also has one table service restaurant - Boatright's Dining Hall. The amenities- biking, boat rentals, etc., are available for both resorts, but are centrally located at this resort. Also, due to almost twice as many rooms and a more sprawling layout, there are 4 bus stops throughout the resort.

    Here's the info for French Quarter and Riverside

    I have stayed at both, and I prefer French Quarter due to its size. It is more intimate, and having only one bus stop and fewer rooms helps to alleviate the crowding at the bus stops.

    However, either one is a great choice.

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  • minidibs
    started a topic [Question] Port orleans help!

    Port orleans help!

    Just a quick question.
    I was looking to go to port orleans next year and was wondering whats the difference between,
    French quater and riverside?
    thanks (Y)

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