This week, we are going back in time 30 years to Walt Disney World in 1984. My dad found a bunch of stuff from our vacation at The Walt Disney World Village (2014: Treehouse Villas) in 1984. I plan to share a lot of this information with you just to show the amount of changes that have occurred at Walt Disney World in the last 30 years. Back in 1984, there were only two parks (The Magic Kingdom and EPCOT Center). Three Magic Kingdom resorts: The Contemporary, The Polynesian, and The Golf Resort (2014: Shades of Green). No EPCOT Center area resorts. Villa style accommodations in The Walt Disney World Village (2014: Downtown Disney) and a half-dozen “Good Neighbor Hotels.” Today’s article is going to focus on the busing to and from these resorts and parks.
A question that always comes up when planning a Disney vacation is: do we need to get a rental car or could we rely solely on Disney transportation? It’s a question that doesn’t have a right answer because every vacation is different. You need to look at your vacation plans and decide for yourself whether or not you need a rental car or night.
One guest may need to rent a car during their vacation while another vacation may not. It’s one of the fun things about vacations. There are like snowflakes – it’s hard to find two that are the same.