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  • Travel time between resorts and parks

    Hi all,

    We are headed to WDW 6/28 to 7/2 (busy, I know!) and staying at the Port Orleans Riverside. I was wondering if anyone had real world experience they could share regarding how long it really takes to get from place to place. I know WDW site says to give 90 minutes but wondering if certain times of day we can (somewhat) guess it will be shorter.

    For example, currently we have an ADR for Ohana on Sunday 6/29 at 7:55am and are planning to go to Hollywood studios after. We have our first fastpass + booked at the park for 9:30 to 10:30 - is that doable?

    Thanks!

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