Another advantage of a DVC villa is that any unit, larger than a studio has a full kitchen and washer and dryer in the unit, as well as a separate living room area. Even if you don't cook on vacation, there is a significant cost savings in eating a quick breakfast in the unit, versus eating at a food court, as well as being less stressful than finding a table, standing in line, etc. I order groceries from GardenGrocer.com, which lets you order and pay online, and delivers the order to Bell Services (which will store all perishables in a frig, and bring it to your unit). I have used the service many times. The kids can eat their cereal while watching TV, while you throw a load of laundry in, and it doesn't matter if it sits in the dryer all day while you are out. I get cereal, bagels, snacks, eggs, fruit, and lots of bottled water (another big savings over buying it in the parks). I've done breakfast in a standard room, storing milk in the mini frig, but it's much nicer to have a real place to store food, clean up, and sit, and you have the plates, utensils, and dishwasher. You could even make sandwiches and bring them into the park in a small, soft-sided coolers, at least a couple of times, and save on lunch, too, or go back to the villa for lunch.