Getting There (and
The moment of truth has
arrived. Just how are you getting to Walt Disney World?
By car, plane, train, bus, boat, or just about anything
else you can find!
Traveling to Walt Disney World gets easier every day,
thanks to the popularity of the destination and the
willingness of others to capitalize on it. Even so, it
pays to carefully consider your options and find ways to
save both time and money along the way. Use these pages
to make travel an adventure in its own right!
Inside Disney's Magical Express Motorcoach
with attached cords, and caps, hats or
visors . . . Luggage tags with your name
and phone number (avoid addresses) . . .
Penlight (for reading/writing in dark
places)" -- Page 23,
The above excerpt from
chapter 2, "Getting There (and Back!)"
offers a customizable packing list. Click the
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offers tips on finding and using a rental car
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offers advice on what bags to bring, including tips on strollers, carry-ons,
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