Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

PassPorter's Disney Cruise Line LIVE! Guidebook
 Bookmark this Page for Later:   (view all your bookmarks)
     Basic Bookmark    To Do    Reserve    Call    Check    Ask      None  

Thanks for previewing PassPorter's Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call guidebook ...
Subscribe Now to View the Full LIVE Edition!

PassPorter's LIVE Edition is always up-to-date and is filled with helpful trip planning tools that help you decide where to stay, what to do, and where to eat! Searching the entire book is fast and easy! Save and sort bookmarks, mark favorite attractions and eateries by traveler, add personal notes that integrate with your guide, and plan the perfect trip!

The mobile guidebook, trip-planner, list-maker, and memory-maker!
SAVE TIME, MONEY, and STRESS!

   

Anatomy of a Personal Navigator (continued)

Anatomy of a Personal Navigator (continued)

You must be logged in to save a personal note.
 Flag this Topic for Later:   (view all your topic flags)
     Basic Flag    To Do    Reserve    Call    Check    Ask      None  
You must be logged in to flag this topic.

The Personal Navigator’s middle section contains grids which list the day’s entertainment schedule. The grids are reminiscent of a TV Guide schedule, with one grid each for morning, afternoon, and evening activities. The columns across the top of each grid give specific start and end times for each activity. The rows organize the activities into types (family, adult, kids, teens, special, character, movies, etc.), making it easy to find the sort of activity that appeals to you. Refer to pages 3 and/or 4 (not shown here) for activity descriptions.

Second Page

Back Page Tips:

 The Navigator’s type size can be quite small. If you find small type hard to read, consider bringing a magnifying glass or ask Guest Services if they can print it in a larger size.

 The activities are generally listed in order of popularity—highlighted events are at the top and age-specific activities are at the bottom.

 When you find an event that interests you, be sure to cross-reference the other events in the same column (and hence, same time) so you don’t overlook something important.

 Parents, note that the kids’ activities are listed in these grids, making it easy to see what your kids may be interested in or where they already are.

You must be logged in to save a personal note.
 Flag this Topic for Later:   (view all your topic flags)
     Basic Flag    To Do    Reserve    Call    Check    Ask      None  
You must be logged in to flag this topic.

Top Photo Slice: (℗ 31090) Photo contributed by © Disneydiana



Comments:



      You are viewing page 188, which is section 4 of chapter 5 of PassPorter's Disney Cruise Line guidebook.
      Previous Page | Next Page
        

      -

      PassPorter ~ 1998-2017 ~ 19 Years of Making Dreams Come True!
      Publishers of bestselling travel guidebooks and proud recipients of 13 national book awards
      Questions? Check our Site Map and visit our Help Desk to learn how to contact us online and by e-mail.
      Please feel free to link to this page so that other vacationers can find it.

      PassPorter in the News