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October Visit to Disney/Orlando

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Arriving on a Wednesday evening October 17
Plan to hit Universal for Harry Potter on Thursday
Friday Saturday & part of Sunday, planned to do some Disney. Might revisit MK (girls are 9 & 11, so may be last visit where it is magical for them!) and then somewhere else (not Epcot).
Animal Kingdom perhaps?
What is recommended in regard to accommodation & rental car given this sketchy plan, please?
I like the look of the Loews Royal Pacific. This would give us expedited access at universal.
Should we then move to a Disney property or condo off site for Disney visits?
Our prior experience has been that, though the girls enjoyed the parks, they also love playing in the pool, so am unsure whether the cost of an on site property is justified. What kind of benefits would we get?
Is a car a good plan, we previously stayed off site and did MK, Epcot and Gatorland and needed a car.
THANKS

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