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If you don't care much about what you ride and if you stand in the regular line for them, you could feasibly buy your tickets on the day you arrive, if you wanted. Most people, if they are staying at a Disney-run hotel buy a ticket-and-hotel package months in advance, and they use their lead time to make some restaurant and ride time reservations. All of the Disney hotels are pretty strong on the pool, so telling youn which hotel is a hard call since it runs about two dozen properties on its resort. But for moderate, I like the Caribbean Beach (fortress-themed pool) and the Port Orleans-Riverside. For Deluxe, I'd suggest the Polynesian and the Wilderness Lodge, which have fun pool areas and have ferry shuttle service directly to the gates of the Magic Kingdom, which is the park you say you want to visit the most. Last, I'd buy airline tickets about two months or six weeks ahead. As long as you are not talking about Thanksgiving week, November is not the busiest season in Orlando, so there should be fare sales that pop up.
Posted by Jason Cochran[/QUOTE]
But other hotels including the Four Seasons, Waldorf, Lowes Portifno, (the only five diamond in central flordia) is much better. I would recommend the villas at bay villas or jiko village if you really want to stay disney. Also consider Lowes Hotels. I would suggest a disney specalist read unoffical guide. I also must say you really need to book in advance like now for november. I would dining at Be Our Guest in Fantasyland, California Grill , V&A's , Jiko etc. I also must say Polynesian is under refurb. I would type DISUnplugged for youtube. I would also recommend a virtuoso travel agent for luxury stays. You could stay at an All star home as well. You might want to consider going to Sartosa in Flordia to see Bushe Gardens never been but seen it and looks really good. If you have a problem mentioning brands I will delete thanks