Text of Page 186 (Your Own Walt Disney World)
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of PassPorter Walt Disney WorldŽ (1999 Edition) for the convenience of our current
readers and for the enjoyment of our future readers.
Chapter 6, "Making More Magic" is devoted to
the many ways Disney (and you) can make your vacation extra special. This excerpt shows
how we close the chapter!
page exactly as it appears in the book (caution:
Copyright 1999, MediaMarx, Inc.
Your Own Walt Disney World
Break out of typical-tourist mode and make the Walt Disney World Resort your personal
playground with these helpful tips:
- Find a favorite spot in the World and have someone take your
picture in front of it. When you return againwhether its next year or next
decadehave your picture taken in the same spot! Do this trip after trip and
youll have a unique photo history of your vacations at the Walt Disney World Resort.
Jennifer has her picture taken in the Magic Kingdom at the Mickey and Walt statue in front
of Cinderella Castle!
- Dont rush about to visit every park and attraction. A
good vacation requires a more relaxed pace. Use the time you saved with the PassPorter to
savor Disneys details. Focus on your play rather than on your time.
- If you become intrigued by the Walt Disney World Resort as we
did, youll find it is enormously satisfying to learn all you can about it. Become an
expert in your own right and share your experiences, suggestions, and comments with
family, friends, and fellow vacationers at our Web site. We also encourage you to write to
us with contributions for the bookif we use them, well credit you in the book
and send you an autographed copy! See page 205 for our feedback form, or just drop a note
to us at P.O. Box 3880, Ann Arbor, MI 48106 or email@example.com.
We cant resist the opportunity
to share our own magic moment with you. We had been colleagues for a couple years working
on a project for America Online when Jennifer mentioned the PassPorter idea to Dave. He
expressed interest and suggested a joint trip to Walt Disney World to test the concept and
do additional research. Not only was the trip helpful and educational, it was wonderful
fun! It was the beginning of a great friendship and working relationship. Today we spend
our days together, planning, writing, and working on our dreams. Were proud and a
little awed to say that it was Walt Disney World that really brought us together.
Jennifer Watson and Dave Marx