MAPS of WDW-by Robo - 65 Maps & More

Discussion in 'Theme Parks Attractions and Strategies' started by Robo, Sep 14, 2016.

  1. maryj11

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    Robo do you have a map of Disney Springs or am I just overlooking it?
    I'm trying to see where the buses and Uber pick up are on a map.
    Also looking for the walking path and boat to Saratoga Springs. I looked on the Disney site and it is not that good.
     
  2. Robo

    Robo 1971 Castle in the Hub: Your lights are on!

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    Sorry, but I've not built any DS maps since DTD was the name.

    On the list for the future...
     
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  4. maryj11

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    Ok thank you ! Someone posted one in the transportation forum that has helped me.
     
  5. Robo

    Robo 1971 Castle in the Hub: Your lights are on!

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    Very nice!
     
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  6. MagicPlanningMom

    MagicPlanningMom Earning My Ears

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    Thank you Robo for all the amazing maps! I've referred to them several times on past visits and as planning our upcoming trip. We'll be staying at an Epcot areas resort (Yacht Club) for the first time, so reviewing that area has been particularly helpful. One thing I'm still unclear on though (and I may have missed the right map to show me) is the best route from the International Gateway to Test Track at rope drop. We have our tier 1 FP+ for FEA, so we'll be trying to do Test Track followed by Soarin' at rope drop. It looks like the best route might be to go past the twin gift shops and boat docks and then go left and around the Odyssey building. Can you get to Test Track from there? Is there a better route I'm missing? Thanks so much for any words of wisdom!
     
  7. PrincessArlena'sDad

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    The entrance to Test Trak is the little square like part facing Mouse Gears.

    I would go past the first gift shop, then make a left towards the fountain and spaceship earth. Then make a right behind mouse gear, and the path to test trak will be on your right.
     
  8. MagicPlanningMom

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    Thanks for that info. It helps a lot as I was trying to envision where exactly the entrance to Test Track was. Hoping to make a quick enough trip there to avoid a lengthy wait!
     
  9. Wild Roses

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    This is amazing! Thank you so much!
     
  10. ErinsMommy

    ErinsMommy And though she be but little, she is fierce.

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    Hi @Robo would you happen to have one of your maps that outlines the walking path from TTC to GCH? Please and thank you :)
     
  11. mesaboy2

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    Take I-75N to I-10W, walk another 2000 miles.
     
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  12. Robo

    Robo 1971 Castle in the Hub: Your lights are on!

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    That would be a LONG walk.

    If by GCH you mean Grand Californian Hotel, that would be a LONG walk. It is located in Anaheim. ;)

    If you mean TTC to GF (Grand Floridian,) that map is available in the "Going Places" (post #7 HERE) at the
    beginning of this MAPS thread. Scroll 10 maps down in that post.
     
  13. ErinsMommy

    ErinsMommy And though she be but little, she is fierce.

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    Lol - sorry I meant Great Ceremonial House :)
     
  14. Robo

    Robo 1971 Castle in the Hub: Your lights are on!

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    The route is varied and convoluted.
    I have a detailed walking map, but it would be very difficult to follow as you are walking.

    Just keep taking any of the sidewalks from TTC on the Poly property from east to west.
    The Gt. Ceremonial House has the very tall criss-cross roof decorations.

    GtCeremHse.jpeg

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  15. ErinsMommy

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  16. mesaboy2

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    I would estimate you can walk either in 7-8 minutes at most.
     
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  17. Robo

    Robo 1971 Castle in the Hub: Your lights are on!

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    Roughly that.
    From recent personal experience, the Poly walk is a little longer than the CR to MK.
     
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  18. mesaboy2

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    Fair enough. I certainly wouldn't call it "much further".
     
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  19. ErinsMommy

    ErinsMommy And though she be but little, she is fierce.

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    Thank you both :) "Much further is aka daughter complaining at end of night that the walk is 10 miles long and we'll never get there.
     
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  20. ErinsMommy

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    I'm sorry one more question - based on videos we've watched it looks like there's lots of signs along the way that lesd to the GCH, but is there a pathway or more direct route somewhere along the pathway that will also lead to the Hawaii building? Or it's pretty much go to the GCH, cut through the building to get to the Hawaii building?
     
  21. Robo

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    There are some signs along the way.
    That's about it.
    Lots of winding sidewalks.
     

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