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PassPorter’s Walt Disney World
PassPorter’s Walt Disney World – The unique travel guide, planner, organizer, journal, and keepsake!
One of our dream as parents is to bring our kids to Florida in vacation. Not for a week or two but more in the line of a whole month of fun visiting various theme parks including Walt Disney World. Last time my husband and I went it was our honeymoon and let me tell you that by what I am discovering these days via videos Science of Disney Imagineering and the book I am presenting you today, a lot have changed since then!
So you want to plan a trip to Walt Disney World in Florida. But you feel a bit overwhelmed with all the possibilities and fun things to do. No problem. Introducing the PassPorter’s Walt Disney World which is a travel guide that will help you plan and organize your discovery of this famous theme park. I know from experience that we enjoy our trips better when I plan in advance. Not everyone are like this but let me remind you that in the case of Walt Disney World, you do not want to miss anything while you are there. So I would suggest that you plan it in advance…
This full color travel guide will be a life saving tool for you and your family. Inside you will find fourteen pockets that will allow you to keep plans, maps, and memories in one place. The book includes everything you need to plan the perfect vacation without having to stress out about forgetting something. Let me give you an idea of the table of content…
- Planning Your Adventure – finding information, budgeting, money-saving programs and tips
- Getting There – adventure, how to get there and more
- Staying in Style – don’t want to stay outside Walt Disney World, this section will highlight the various resorts.
- Touring the “World” – This section will present that various theme parks within Walt Disney World – Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, and all the other things to do like DisneyQuest, Downtown Disney and more.
- Feasting and Snacking – Do you have a tween or teenager? You know that food is essential for them (and yourself for that matter…). So this section will highlight all the various places where you can replenish your family while visiting Walt Disney World.
- Making More Magic – Want to plan something special for that little girl in your life? Or surprise your family with a behind the scene tour? Well this section will help you plan the special experiment for everyone in your family!
Bottom line is that this book contains all the information you need to make your trip a wonderful memory. All Disney parks and resort hotels are described in depth, with ratings, floor plans, and maps. This is truly the ultimate traveling companion for Walt Disney World!
Check the pages below to see how it is presented.
I can’t help but dream when I have a book like this in my hands. I really love the fact that two plans are proposed for each park – one for Adult and one with kids in mind. I also like having the comments of the kids of the author in there sharing their thoughts on a particular ride. Having the maps included in the book is also helpful as my kids love to carry the ones we get at the park entrance (well it’s the case with the zoo….). Through the pages, you will get information about catching shows at that park, making the most of your visit, getting the best of the park you are exploring, and detailed information about the attractions in that park.
Then at the end of the book, I stumbled on the Making More Magic section which opens up new possibilities to spark your trip. You will find guided tours, and special activities or parties for children. The one I would LOVE to do with my daughter would be the My Disney Girl’s Perfectly Princess Tea Party which is held at the Grand Floridian Resort. This party sounds delightful event to attend though I find the price tag a bit expensive – 281.25$! Ouch! It includes tea, brunch, dessert, a My DisneyGirl Doll, and the participation of one adult. If siblings and another adult wants to participate, you will have to pay 165$ for each kids and 85$ for an adult. As much as this sounds fun, I am not sure Jasmine and I would be able to even think of participating to it. Still even if we don’t do something extravagant like this, I am certain that our experience at Walt Disney World will be fabulous thanks to the PassPorter book.
I wish I could plan and know when we will go visit Walt Disney World because having this book in my hands is extremely exciting and I just want to pack and go now! Oh! And the best part of this fabulous book is that right at the beginning, you can discover the best time to plan your visit at Walt Disney World. An interesting chart will help you visualize the fluctuating factors for each month of the year. It is very informative and a great way to plan your trip!
So if your are traveling toward Florida this winter, don’t forget to grab a copy of the PassPorter’s Walt Disney World and start discovering these theme parks with the help of the book! I suspect you will be pleasantly surprised by how joy and peace it will bring in your visit.
There are numerous PassPorter books that you can get depending of what you are looking for. Check out their website for more details on the other editions like Disney Cruise Line, Deluxe Edition, Disneyland California, and more.
The PassPorter’s Walt Disney World 2012 is available for purchase on the PassPorter website for 21.21$ or cheaper depending if you are subscribe to the newsletter. are a returning reader or are part of the PassPorter’s Club. It is also available at amazon.ca and amazon.com.
Disclaimer: Thanks to PassPorter for sending me the above mentioned product for review purposes. I was not monetarily compensated for this review. Please note that the review was not influenced by the Sponsor in any way. All opinions expressed here are only my own.
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