Fodor's Walt Disney World with Kids 2015: with Universal Orlando, SeaWorld & Aquatica

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Fodor's Travel, Aug 26, 2014 - Travel - 512 pages
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Your ticket to a magical family vacation! Inside this new edition is all the information you need to have the family vacation of a lifetime at the Orlando theme parks. Up-to-date and written with the help of more than 500 families, this guide is packed with details on all the attractions at Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, and SeaWorld. It’s user-friendly, fun, and newly redesigned for at-a-glance reference. And it will help you and your family plan the vacation each of you wants.
 
INSIDE You’ll Find
 
Time- and money-saving tips, insider’s secrets, and scare factors for every ride and venue
 
Clear, easy-to-read maps
 
Full restaurant and hotel descriptions, with star ratings
 
Quick Guides, Don’t-Miss Lists, and favorite attractions by age group
 
Updates on Disney’s new Fantasyland, FastPass+, and MagicBand payment system
 
Know-how for Disney cruises
 

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This book has been very helpful as I plan the familys first trip to Disney World. I have several pages marked with great tips. The price at Overstock.com couldnt be beat! Read full review

Contents

Contents
Vacation Packages
Disney DiningPlans Disney Park Tickets MagicBand
Countdownto Disney World What to Discuss with YourKids Before You Leave
OnSite Disney Hotels
About OffSite NonDisney Hotels
CHAPTER2 CHOOSING A HOTEL
TOURING TIPS AND PLANS

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About the author (2014)

KIM WRIGHT WILEY wrote the first edition of Walt Disney World with Kids in 1989, and 25 editions later she's exceeded 60 visits to the parks, a statistic that stuns even her.   But her daughter and co-writer LEIGH C.W. JENKINS, who first visited the park at the age of nine months, can surpass even that number of visits.  Leigh's longest visit lasted for two and a half years while she worked at both the Grand Floridian and the Magic Kingdom.

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