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| PassPorter's Walt Disney World for British Holidaymakers PAPERBACK
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Released February 2011 | 262 pages | paperback printed in black ink only||ISBN:
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Brits, make your holiday to Walt Disney World and Orlando the best it can be with this full-length guidebook!
PassPorter's Walt Disney World for British Holidaymakers is a comprehensive, 260-page paperback book covering every aspect of visiting Walt Disney World from the United Kingdom. It takes you through your entire visit, from the planning stages to working out the best way to get there and get around, with details about arriving in America, passports and immigration, duty-free allowances, driving in the States, and staying in touch while you're away.
As well as looking at all the Walt Disney World resorts, PassPorter's Walt Disney World for British Holidaymakers has details on some of the hotels most commonly featured in British holiday brochures for Lake Buena Vista, the International Drive area, Kissimmee, and Universal Orlando. PassPorter's Walt Disney World for British Holidaymakers also explores the other Orlando theme parks that British visitors head to, with detailed information on the attractions and dining options at Universal Studios Florida, Islands of Adventure, Universal CityWalk, SeaWorld, Discovery Cove, Aquatica, and Wet 'n Wild. Two of the most popular day trips from Orlando--Busch Gardens in Tampa and Kennedy Space Center in Cocoa--are covered too.
Among PassPorter's Walt Disney World for British Holidaymakers' other features are a look at the chain restaurants in Orlando, coverage of the shopping options around the area, and information on airport hotel and parking packages so you can start your holiday in a more relaxed frame of mind. Plus, handy clip-and-save currency conversion rate tables give you a guide to how much your pound might buy you in the States.
PassPorter's Walt Disney World for British Holidaymakers is organized into seven chapters:
* Planning Your Holiday -- Planning before you go, finding information online, and reader tips
* Budgeting for American Prices -- Find out how much it costs, current conversion rate tables, and reader tips on saving money
* Travelling to the States -- When to go, Orlando weather, passports and visa requirements, travel insurance, transportation methods, choosing an airline, staying healthy and safe, driving in America, packing, and reader travel tips
* Staying in Style -- Descriptions of each of Disney's resort hotels, as well as information on the Disney Vacation Club and staying outside Walt Disney World
* Touring the Parks -- Information on the four major Disney parks from a British viewpoint, plus the backstage tours, water parks, Wide World of Sports, Downtown Disney, and beyond Walt Disney World to Universal Orlando, SeaWorld Orlando, Discovery Cove, Aquatica, Wet 'n Wild, Busch Gardens, and Kennedy Space Center
* Feasting and Snacking -- Understanding dining differences between the UK and America, details on Disney restaurants, and information on eateries at other parks outside Walt Disney World
* Making More Magic -- Magic for children, celebrations at Disney, Disney Cruise Line, shopping in style, understanding the American language, and reader tips to maximise the magic
PassPorter's Walt Disney World for British Holidaymakers is 262 pages with a full color cover and a black-and-white interior.
Get more information, a sneak peek, a sample page, and the complete table of contents at:
A note about this print edition: At the request of our readers, we've placed this popular e-book into a print format. This was done using a "digital short print run" technology, and its print quality is not the same as traditional offset printing. The two biggest differences are photographs (they are grainier and may be harder to make out) and price (short print runs are much more expensive). The information in the e-book and print books are identical. Please keep these points in mind when purchasing this print edition. We believe these factors are a small drawback when compared to the huge benefit of having a printed, bound book to read and carry with you.
This PassPorter guide is of immense help to Brits travelling to Walt Disney World, as it explains in a clear and friendly manner everything we need to know--from differences in currency, weather (which we Brits are obsessed with!), expected cost of meals, groceries, etc., right through to the best times of year to visit! This last is particularly useful--for example, we have no idea when Thanksgiving is, only a vague idea of WHAT it is, and it would never occur to us that this could be a particularly crowded time of year! We also have different national holidays to folks in the US, and knowing when schools are out, or Columbus Day takes place is hugely helpful to us! The Driving in America tips are also very useful--if we tried to turn right at a red light in the UK it would have a completely different consequence for us! -- Carolyn Brooke in Birmingham
The PassPorter's Guide for British holidaymakers is really useful for Australian holidaymakers, too. It contains a wealth of information you will not find in any other guidebook, including useful language tips, conversion guides, and the like. I highly recommend it to all Australians and New Zealanders heading to Disney World. -- Kimberley Shaw in Western Australia
i loved the information about attractions outside Walt Disney World and also reading about the differences between Brit and North American travellers. -- Linda Nelson
Love it! Every year we go to Disney, I buy a new PassPorter. The descriptions are flawless, and the advice in it is awesome. PassPorter is irreplaceable if you are planning a trip to Disney. -- Kate Humber
The independent and objective information was well reasearched and very well organized. -- Eric Platt