Lynx Buses, Yay or Nay

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Lynx Buses, Yay or Nay

Postby jimmiemac02 » Tue Nov 25, 2014 11:41 am

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Our family is planning a trip to Orlando and I was wondering if ya'll had any experience with the Lynx buses. We cannot afford to stay on property but are looking at a hotel on Palm Court. Are the buses reliable and is it worth taking the bus in to Disney, rather than paying for parking?


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Re: Lynx Buses, Yay or Nay

Postby VGplay » Tue Nov 25, 2014 8:39 pm

I have never ridden Lynx to Disney, but have taken the I-Drive route and rode it to and from the airport on separate trips. They were fine. Don't expect them to operate on a strict schedule, buses can get caught in traffic and backed up very easily. One time I watched three go down the road in the opposite direction before one came heading where I needed.

But they are clean and offer decent coverage of Orlando. Once you're on Disney property they have their own free bus system to get between the parks, which I imagine are more timely than the Lynx buses.

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Re: Lynx Buses, Yay or Nay

Postby SharkTums » Wed Dec 03, 2014 6:02 am

^A lot of the I-Drive hotels provide a shuttle to the parks.

For me, I would pay the parking to have my car and be on my own schedule.

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Re: Lynx Buses, Yay or Nay

Postby K1ngdaKa88 » Fri May 22, 2015 11:38 am

I also have some questions about the buses, because I'm in Orlando this Summer and wanted to visit first Aquatica and then Wet'n'Wild. I saw that the I-Drive Bus just stops at the entrance of Aquatica and Wet'n'Wild, right? And can I buy the ticket inside the bus at the bus driver, or where? Because in Switzerland you can buy the tickets at the bus driver, but I don't know if it is the same in the USA or different.
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