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Disney cruises are based out of Port Canaveral, so no help there but an interesting concept. You could jump on a different cruise line out of the Ft. Lauderdale or Miami though.
Save one hour. Not enough time savings if you intend to drive.
Well, but then you don’t have to pay for parking or find someplace to stick said vehicle. Practical enough if you’re planning on staying on property.
But you have to get around the town. Cheaper to drive your own car.
Three hours for a 235 mile journey? That’s only about 80mph (assuming few stops) so hardly a “high speed” line compared to a lot of countries where 100-150mph is very common, faster on the most recent lines. I can easily do home to London (about 110 miles) in an hour.
Shaving only one hour from a Miami to Orlando trip does not qualify this as high speed rail.
How much from orlando to miami
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