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HGVC seaworld

Discussion in 'Hilton Grand Vacations Club / HGVC' started by nittanylion, Feb 16, 2008.

  1. nittanylion

    nittanylion TUG Member

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    I am looking into buying this but concerned about transportation to the parks. Besides renting a car, what is the most economical and efficient way to get to the parks?
     
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    Not sure exactly which parks you are referring to but staying at HGVC Seaworld you can walk to Seaworld but thats about it. They do have a shuttle that runs to WDW and Universal for a small fee. But that is only a few times a day at set times which would really cramp your flexibility of park visits.

    I think a rental car is really the only economical option. You'd easily pay more in cab fares/day if you went to a park each day. And with the rental car you can come and go when you please.
     
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    A rental car would give you greater flexibility and I would recommend. However, this resort is on the main I-Ride Trolley route, hence good connection to everything on international drive. Also Lynx provide a very good service.

    HGVC also they provide a FREE shuttle to Universal in the morning and then returning in the evening (bus starts at HGVC on Int Drive, then to seaworld then up to US/IOA).

    Seaworld, Aquatica and Discovery Cove can all be reached in a 10min walk.

    For Disney, there is a shuttle which is approx $10 per person, but a taxi is probably your best option if in a family.
     
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    We always rent a car when we're in Orlando even when we stay onsite at DisneyWorld. I love the choices of supermarkets, restaurants, shopping areas and entertainment options that a rental car gives me.

    I never thought about taking the bus. I just did a search on the Lynx Bus Service. Bus Link #50 (see website for schedule and route below) connects Seaworld and DisneyWorld. It also goes to the Lynx central station terminal where you can pick up other buses. http://www.golynx.com/?fuse=cstm&app=route
     
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