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Our of today's Park of the Day I've only ever been to and stayed at Port Orleans Riverside, formally a long time ago Dixie Landings.The Port Orleans resort brings you to Louisiana, and not just the bayou but the glitz and glamour of the French quarter (POFQ). There are two main sections of POR, Alligator Bayou where new rooms have just been renovated and the rooms feature a more southern feel and Louis the Alligator from Princess and the Frog. In this area there are beautiful walkways with a lot of vegetation and you truly feel like you are in a bayou. The glamour side to POR is the Royal Guest rooms (our new fave) at Mangolia Bend. The rooms truly make you feel like a princess, they are stunning with all the detail Disney put into them. The dining hall is somewhat centrally located and offers a sitdown restaurant, Boatwrights, or the food court Rierside Mill we personally love. The buses are shared with POFQ and can be a little time consuming so giving ourselves about a half hour to spare usually works out. The best part about POR and even POFQ is that it is so quiet and peaceful and just big enough so you can have alone time with your family and also see civilization as well. Definitely recommend POR