Post # 17
Monorail, buses, and boats are all free to use.
Yes that book has, like, EVERYTHING. Average temperatures in Florida by month, shows regular peak and value season in the park, recommends when the park is least busy, and it covers with at least a paragraph if not over a page every single resort, ride, restaurant, and gift shop on premises.
Post # 18
Get the dining plan that offers you a snack, counter service and sit-down per day. That is more than enough food. You use the snack as your breakfast, have counter service for lunch (The Land in Epcot is the best followed by Morocco IMO) and have your sit down for dinner. You can definitely eat an entree and a dessert. No need for the appetizer. Plus there are times when you can get your dining for free making it an EXCELLENT investment. Then you buy your own alcohol. Food and Wine festival makes for a great opportunity to do that.
Also, it is so much easier to book it all through AAA. That way it is all done and together for you. Sure, you pay them a booking fee, but it’s a lot easier. And Disney is ALWAYS running deals.
Now I want to go again. Dang it.
Post # 19
@In the media:
lol I can’t do it through an agency. I am a control freak and I’d probably be calling the travel agent once a week to verify everything was still good to go, checking up to make sure our reservations were made, verifying that if a new discount became available (since they do run room only discounts) that she had applied it. I’d drive the poor travel agent crazy! I know I’ll give myself a little bit of a headache doing it myself… But I’ll also have peace of mind knowing that I am not counting on someone else to do it for me.
Post # 20
@CiaArielleNeugebauer: thanks for this great list!!!