Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Would you plan your Walt Disney World trip already?!

Happy Tuesday Guru readers!! Travel tip Tuesday is in full-swing and this one is for you!

Lately, I encountered many people that say they are going to Walt Disney World sometime before the end of this year. And lately, when I ask them questions about their trip, they have NO idea about anything. They have no idea about where they are going to eat, stay, what parks Walt Disney World has to offer, what rides their small children can get on, how to get a deal, what promotions are going on, and what special events are going on when they are there! Come on people!!!!!  Walt Disney World is not a place you can go unplanned!!

Planing a Disney trip can be a daunting task for many. What I would recommend is for you to look at the park's schedule to determine what attractions are available at the time that you travel. Next, you will want to know what is under refurbishment during your time of travel, all too often I have heard of people say that they were really looking forward to visiting a specific attraction, only to find it was closed for refurbishment. Another great tip I have for travelers is to travel at an off-peak season. The off-peak times are going to offer the best crowds, weather and rates of the year.

Last, you will want to get a great Walt Disney World travel guide to help you make all of your final decisions. I am going to recommend PassPorter's Walt Disney World 2010: The Unique Travel Guide, Planner, Organizer, Journal, and Keepsake! In this book you will find fourteen built-in organizer pockets keep plans, maps, and memories all in one place, and the full-color travel guide includes everything you need to plan the perfect vacation. All Disney parks and resort hotels are described in depth, with ratings, floor plans, and maps. Comprehensive information for planning, traveling, and dining is also included, along with an entire section devoted to extra-special Disney magic. Design your vacation with the help of six planning worksheets, write your itinerary on the front of each organizer pocket before you go, store guide maps, brochures, tickets, and receipts inside the pockets while you're there, and record expenses and memories to review and share when you return. This is the ultimate traveling companion for Walt Disney World!

Good luck and happy planning!!!

See you real soon!

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