PassPorter's Walt Disney World 2012: The Unique Travel Guide, Planner, Organizer, Journal, and Keepsake! Spiral-bound – Jan 31 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
The super best thing about this book is that they have average waiting times to get from your resort to each Disney Park, plus Downtown Disney. That is in none of the other books I have come across. The second super best thing about this book is all the journal things you can do to record your trip and having the pockets for various things you will need to hang on to, such as receipts.
My only fault for this book is that they did not mention exactly how claustrophobic Mission Space is. I read that in multiple other things and it is very apparent if you get the WDW vacation DVD from Disney themselves. I realize to some people if they are not claustrophobic they would not understand, but I would think that is something to mention.
However, I do not see that one little niggly point a reason not to get this book. Your family will thank you for how well informed you are. I do also recommend the Birnbaum WDW 2012 book in conjunction to this one, just because there are somethings covered in there that are not covered in this book and vice versa. I also think Birnbaum has some tables that are more helpful than this book. I think if you want to maximize the time you have at "The World" you should get as much knowledge as possible and if you can only get one book, I would definitely say this one.
The information in the book is really for families. It is also nothing really new if you've read other guidebooks (I think the Unofficial Guides are the best). However, the planning and journaling aspects of it are what make it unique and something I'd purchase again.