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Indianapolis to Disney World & back; best route to drive & best hotel stop?

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Is it best to go thru Atlanta, or take another route? Some time ago, we took a route that went thru Alabama. I think we switched interstates around Chattanooga, maybe, don't remember. Isn't there also a route thru Cincy? Anyone know which is the best - drive & mileage wize? Which has the most construction going on? Hate going thru Atlanta! We'll have AAA route us, but like to tell them which route since they don't always pick the best one.

Then, rather than waste our expensive WDW hotel night by arriving late p.m., any suggestions on a nice average priced hotel (under $150) about 4 hours away from WDW? We've stayed at hotels in Georgia, between Atlanta & Florida, & WOW, those hotels were dumpy! But couldn't seem to find any that weren't.

We could drive on thru & stay in the Disney area for that nite, but since we are doing a 1 nite hotel stop anyway, might as well stop about 4 hours away & give ourselves a little shorter stretch & not arrive at our hotel so late - hate those left over late night rooms! We figure 4 hours the next morning is not a bad drive & we can still checkin fairly early at WDW.

Thanks in advance, Julie

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