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Old 03-26-2019, 06:47 AM
Location: Florida
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I was also going to suggest a timeshare or condo. You don't even have to stay on property... in October, you could likely find a three-bedroom off-property condo for under $200 per night. Maybe even $150 per night. The drawback is that many don't have transportation. You can get around this by taking Uber if you don't want to rent a car. The money you'll save will cover that option (if you use Uber, you won't have to pay the daily $25 parking fee). You will also have a full kitchen; I'm not sure if all of the cabins have that amenity, and most of those places have pools with activities, BBQ pits, kayaking, and various things to do, since they are competing with the Disney properties.
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