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Questions about Animal Kingdom Lodge

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We are going to Animal Kingdom mid January with our 4 and 2 year olds. We'd like to stay at the AK Lodge. My questions are:
How do you get to the AK park from the lodge? Does their bus take you, or (may be a silly question) can you walk to the park, since it's on the same property??

Is the AKL REALLY worth the extra $$$? Do you get to see lots of animals with a Savannah View? I hear they only let the animals out in the AM and PM and sometimes you dont get to see many.

If we dont stay there, our other options are one of the Port Orleans resorts (which one?) or back to the Wilderness Lodge where we've stayed before.

Thank you for any recommendations/opinions!

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