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Introduction to Traveling
Introduction to Traveling
So, you promised your family a trip to visit the Mouse, or for the tenth time today you’ve gleefully thought, “I’m going to Disney!” Eventually the moment of truth arrives: Just how are you going to get there?
Traveling in this age of tightened security requires more planning and patience, but you’ll discover it is quite easy to get to the Walt Disney World Resort. The path to Orlando is well traveled by cars, planes, trains, buses, and tours. On the other hand, “easy” isn’t always convenient or inexpensive. Choosing the best and most affordable way to get to Disney can take some doing. We can help!
In this chapter, we walk you through the process of making your travel arrangements. We brief you on weather, attendance levels, park hours, and seasonal rates so you can pick the best time to go or make the most of the dates you’ve already chosen. You’ll find descriptions of each major path to the Walt Disney World Resort and a worksheet to help you pick a route and make your reservations. Then it’s time to get packing, with the help of our special packing lists. Finally, we help you smile and enjoy your journey with tips for having fun along the way.
What we won’t do is take up space with the phone numbers of airlines and car rental companies or travel directions from every city. You can find that information on the Internet or in your phone book. Just jot down numbers and notes on the worksheet, and transfer the winners to the appropriate PassPocket in the back.
It’s important to note that due to reservation change penalties, air and rail travel is generally less flexible than lodging. Thus, we find it works much better to make traveling decisions before finalizing hotel arrangements. However, you may prefer to skip to the next chapter and shop for your lodging first. Just return here to tailor your travel plans to your lodging choice.
Top Photo Slice: Driving through the gates of Walt Disney World (℗ 4991) Photo contributed by © chezp
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