Newest edition of the best-selling guidebook helps Disney guests have their best vacation ever
Even the most hardcore power mom will like this award-willing travel guide, newly released this January. It’s written by a former Walt Disney World concierge supervisor who’s also the mom of a teenage girl. Packed with candid reviews and thorough descriptions of ever ride, show, restaurant, and resort, The Complete Walt Disney World 2012 features the most in-depth information ever published about the world’s No. 1 vacation destination. Paging through the book is just plain fun, as 535 color photos reveal details you just can’t find anywhere else. The guide is loaded with straightforward insight and helpful information.
Families create park days to treasure. Comprehensive attraction pages make deciding what to do at Walt Disney World easier than ever. Going beyond mere ranks and ratings, reviews also give families insight into a ride or show’s appeal, such as its architecture, history, music, storytelling or attention to detail. Helpful specs include hourly wait times, fear factors, disability access, health warnings, and weather issues. Once they are at an attraction useful tips and lists of “secret” fun finds help families enjoy the experience to the fullest.
Photos take you there. Over 500 colorful images give readers a clear sense of every ride, show, parade, and exhibit, and reveal the quality of hotel grounds, lobbies, rooms, and swimming pools. Parents will enjoy looking at The Complete Walt Disney World 2012 with their children, as the abundance of photos makes it easy for little ones to decide, “Let’s do that!”
Helpful tips make readers Disney experts. Spread through the book, hundreds of specific tips reveal such things as how to save time with Disney’s Fastpass system, how to save money with the Disney Dining Plan , even the best spots to watch parades, shows, and fireworks.
Meal planning with confidence. Thoughtful restaurant reviews cover everything from burger joints to gourmet bistros to unique character meals. Quick read summaries let vacationers scan restaurants by ratings, cuisine, price or hours of operations. A policies section uncovers hard to find facts on children’s meals, special diets, and Disney’s new rules about canceling reservations.
Detailed hotel reviews save time. Seriously thorough hotel descriptions let readers compare every aspect of every major place to stay, including swimming pool features and other family focused amenities. Reviews cover the highs and lows of every property, room decor, and both rack and discount rates. Disney guests can forget the hassle of spending hours online to research hotels; everything they need is right at their fingertips.
Full ESPN Wide World of Sports Coverage. Do families have a young athlete playing at the Wide World of Sports? Readers learn how to view coverage of youth sporting events and get the scoop on spectator seating, dining, and other amenities.
Disney news readers can use. Only the Complete Walt Disney World 2012 included all 662 changes for 2012- every new attraction, activity, hotel, restaurant, shop, and price increase. Readers get insider advice on new rides starring the Little Mermaid and Snow White’s Seven Dwarfs, as well as revamped attraction based on Dumbo, Goofy, and the Star Wars Universe.
Instantly find vital information. Color-coded chapters and 1,000 item index let you find any topic quickly. To make planning easy a back of the book section titled Walt Disney World A-Z provides a wealth of data on airports, rental cars, park tickets and the like. An appendix holds a Character Guide, a new What Things Cost section that makes it easy to plan expenses, and telephone and internet directories.
Kudos. The only independent guide ever honored by the Walt Disney Company, The Complete Walt Disney World is the winner of Disney’s iParenting Media Award for Outstanding Family Product. Altogether the book has won 17 national and international book awards.
About the author. A former Walt Disney World concierge supervisor, Julie Neal grew up in St. Louis, Mo., and studied biology and art at the University of Missouri and Florida State University. Since 2004 she spent over 1,500 days at Walt Disney World, not counting her time working there. Today Julie lives right next door to Disney, in the Disney-designed town of Celebration, Fl. Her office window overlooks the Walt Disney World entrance.
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