Transportation from Disney to Universal?
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We're debating a one day trip to IOA and wondering what the best way to get there would be? We are flying and probably using DME to get to our resort. Does anyone know what would be cheaper and/or easier, take a taxi to Universal or rent a car for the day?
Be sure and take into consideration that parking at USF is $10 per day.
We did discover though that if you go to park at one of the resort hotels and are having a meal at one of the restaurants there, then they will stamp your valet parking ticket and it will be free, which I thought was excellent. They did that for us when we had breakfast at the Kitchen at the Hard Rock Hotel.
Enjoying the Flower and Garden Festival at Epcot on the second Disney World portion of our Disney Dream and Walt Disney World vacation.
I've used them for 7:30 pickups to US / IOA / Seaworld / Busch Gardens. Make your reservations the day before, and call during the day to confirm pickup for return trip. You can change the time any time of the day too
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