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#6577127 in Books 2005-04-05 2005-04-05Original language:EnglishPDF # 1 8.10 x .85 x 5.48l, .65 #File Name: 0806526769288 pages | File size: 64.Mb Michael J. Lewis : The Cheapskate's Guide To Walt Disney (Cheapskate's Guide to Walt Disney World) before purchasing it in order to gage whether or not it would be worth my time, and all praised The Cheapskate's Guide To Walt Disney (Cheapskate's Guide to Walt Disney World): 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. disney moolaBy asubtbhmnothing worth mentioning in this book. I


am so glad I didnt spend alot on this book. not much info at all13 of 18 people found the following review helpful. Great Help For Veteran Guests of WDW Planning to Return!By William BozicThis is an excellent book for those who have been to the Disney parks in Florida. Maps and quick, easy to follow instructions for all the parks are given. You may even shake your head when you read and analyze past trips behavior.SINCE THIS IS NOT FROM THE DISNEY COMPANY, YOU GET HONEST INFORMATION FROM PEOPLE WHO ARE DISNEY FANS. The parts I liked most were the sections where hints were given about "why" Disney folks plan certain programs.Read this guide to stay one step ahead of those who are one step ahead.1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. GOOD ADVICEBy S. A. VanFleetFor anyone deciding to buy this book or any other like this. I've been to Disney World many times and there are a few things that will save you money.When you stay in a resort buy some drinks/soda/bottled water to take with you in your room. One drink inside the resort is like 3 dollars. Also the rooms don't have refrigerators (as far as the resort I've stayed at) Also, when you want to buy souvenirs don't buy at the Disney Parks or at the Disney gift shops in the resort. Go to a Wal Mart in Orlando or a Mall that has the Disney store. You get all the same stuff like T shirts, Toys, keepsakes, etc for half the price. Also eat a good breakfast before you go into the park because the food there is not very good and expensive. A few days of eating that food and you are going to want to have a good home cooked meal. Also buy snaks at a grocery store and keep with you at the hotel/resort so you don't keep on going to the food court at the resort. Everything there is overpriced. Instead of spending my money on snaks and drinks i spent it on the actual meal. The food isn't that expensive its the snacks and drinks that add up. Also make sure that they are not doing any repairs to your resort. I stayed at one resort that had the main pool closed because they were repairing it. The value resorts (music, movies, sports, pop culture) do not have very nice rooms. They are like any other room in a Holiday Inn except that they have Disney Comforters on the beds. Its a better value to go to the Mid price resorts like the Caribbean, Coronado Springs, or Port Orleans. You pay about $50 more a night but it is very well worth it over the value pricedrooms that cost 100-150 a night.I hope this helps someone going to Disney World. Showing vacationers how to plan ahead, this pull-no-punches guide will help anyone--not just cheapskates--have the best Disney World vacation ever.

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