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    boardwalk

    can anyone visit disney's boardwalk or is it for their hotel guests only, if so what ticket do you need? where do you go to get in? or is it through the opening near france in epcot?


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    It's free to anyone and you can get in from France but you will already have paid for EPCOT entry.

    It really comes to life at night with lots of free shows around the board walk. There are also plenty of places to eat from takeaways to top class so why not make it an evening visit.

    You can get free entry via any of the hotels personally we always go via the Boardwalk Hotel. Just tell the guard on the gate that you are just looking around and he will direct you to the free car park.

    Remember that the driver should take some form of photo ID with them. A UK driving licence or passport will do.

    Regards Dave

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    The free car park is on the opposite side of the road to the hotel. It can get quite full in the evenings when things liven up so it might be a good idea to go early. It is fun during the day time too and you can wander around the lake to view the other hotels there.

    Lynne


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    I understand that you can get to Boardwalk from Epcot (France).

    Can you get into Epcot that way also, with a ticket of course, or is it just an exit ?

    I am thinking of going to Boardwalk early evening and thne into epcot til closing.


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    Yes you can enter Epcot from the Boardwalk [msnsmile]


    <blockquote id="quote" class="ffs">quote:Originally posted by Tone Arranger
    I understand that you can get to Boardwalk from Epcot (France).

    Can you get into Epcot that way also, with a ticket of course, or is it just an exit ?

    I am thinking of going to Boardwalk early evening and thne into epcot til closing.
    [/quote]


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    We travelled there on the bus from Downtown Disney.
    Jan


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    We just drove up after visiting the market place and told the gate guard we wanted to find somewhere to eat and have a look round and were directed to a car park.


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    Sounds silly but is there a dress code - by that i mean is it ok to go round the BW in 'park clothes'?

    We keep saying were going to go on our visits and never seem to get round to it! Must make it a priority next [msnsmile]


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    It's absolutely fine to walk round BW in 'park clothes'
    Caroline & Dave



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    This sounds good.

    Arrive Boardwalk early evening to have a walk round. Go for a meal then into Epcot for Illuminations.

    Enter near France then exit near France back to the car which will be parked at a Boardwalk hotel??

    Can this be done??

    Or.......can illuminations be seen from the boardwalk???
    Garry Pullan


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