For those of you who have visited Walt Disney World (even 8 times, like myself), then this guide is for you. And for those of you who haven'??t visited Walt Disney World, then newbies take note--this guide is definitely for you!
The Complete Walt Disney World 2010 book is not another boring guide running you through the basics; it's an adventure in your hands! The guide was honored with Disney'??s iParenting Media Award for Outstanding Family Product and for good reason--it is indeed an outstanding resource.
Compact, sleek and colorful, the guide invites you in to the wonderful world of Disney. My 4-year-old daughter immediately started circling some of the 550 color photographs tucked inside. I give it an A+ for organization. Each section, beginning with information on planning your trip (with 31 great tips to save money), is color coded. The guide thoroughly covers each theme park'??s attractions, shopping (even the best souvenirs to buy), food, and accommodations and provides a sample schedule for planning your day at each park so not to miss a thing.
As a New Yorker who hates to wait on line for more than a minute for anything, I was very impressed with the hour-by-hour wait time table and the fast pass return times outlined for every ride in every park. Amazing! Not only will you get to experience every ride, maybe even twice, you will know where to find all of the characters using the book'??s preview on where to find them. If only I had this guide last year when we visited the Magic Kingdom and searched for Peter Pan for two days. It would have saved a lot of tears and frustration.
Part of the magic behind the Complete Walt Disney World 2010 comes from experience. Julie and Mike Neal have made more than 1,400 visits to Walt Disney World. Thanks for doing the work for us! Now I only wish they would create a pocket guide!
Written by Contributing Editor, Sherri Schubert
Momtrends was not paid for this post. Nor (sadly) have we ever been sent on any paid excursions to Disney.