9 Tips for Driving and Parking at Walt Disney World 

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7. Book a Breakfast

If you’re planning to do a character breakfast, consider doing it at a resort close to your park of the day. (e.g. Eat at Cape May on your Epcot Day, Ohana on your Magic Kingdom Day, etc.) Your reservation is your guarantee to free parking at the resort, which usually does not have a time limit. Thus you can leave your car in the lot, then walk or take resort transportation to the park for the rest of the day. (Makes a character breakfast seem like a pretty good value, doesn’t it?)  

 







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