Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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Geting to Central Florida (continued)

Geting to Central Florida (continued)

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By Bus

Greyhound serves Melbourne, Orlando, and Kissimmee. Buses take longer to reach a destination than cars driving the same route. Fares are lowest if you live within ten hours of Central Florida. For fares and tickets, call Greyhound at 800-231-2222 or visit them at http://www.greyhound.com.

By Airplane

Air travel is the fastest way for many vacationers, but we recommend you fly in at least a day before in the event there are flight delays. You have two choices: use the Disney Air Program, which adds airfare to your package—ask about this when you book your cruise—or book your own flight. It’s often less expensive and more flexible to book your own flight—Disney Air Program arrival and departure times aren’t always optimal, but check both options. To find an affordable flight, be flexible on the day and time—fares can differ greatly depending on when you fly and how long you stay. Second, take advantage of the many fare sales available—to learn about sales, sign up for fare alerts at airline web sites or travel sites such as Travelocity (http://www.travelocity.com), Expedia (http://www.expedia.com), Orbitz (http://www.orbitz.com), and Kayak.com (http://www.kayak.com). Third, try alternate airports and airlines (including low-fare airlines like Southwest and JetBlue). Fourth, be persistent. When you find a good deal, be ready to reserve immediately - it may not last -but understand that most cheap flights are non-refundable and charge a substantial fee to make a change. Research fares on your airline’s web site rather than by phone—you may have more flight options. Priceline.com (http://www.priceline.com) is an option—you can name your own price, but your choices may be limited. For ground transportation, see page 77.

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