No doubt about it,
Walt Disney World is one of the most entertaining places anywhere.
Yes, I admit it, Im a rabid WDW aficionado. I have yet to
find a ride or attraction at WDW that I didnt enjoy, and
Ive experienced all of them many times. I began trekking
to this mecca of tourism years ago on vacations once or twice
yearly. Now I live nearby and can explore the wonders of Walt
Disney World Resort whenever I have the time (that is, as often
as I can manage it).
Early on, I noticed an anomaly as I wandered the parks. Despite
the worldwide appeal of WDW, some visitors werent enjoying
themselves! Many of these folks had planned their monster vacation
months ahead of time and weathered their kids salivating
impatience for weeks, only to arrive at WDW and quickly wither
in the crowds, the heat, and the ubiquitous long lines. Recently,
I was on a boat ride from the Magic Kingdom to Fort Wilderness,
and a man uttered a complaint that Ive often heard at WDW:
This is supposed to be a vacation? Ive been here five
days, and Im more tired than when I left home. I dont
feel like Ive had a vacation at all!
I wondered: What could people do to enhance their WDW experience?
Some of the answers are obvious and have been mentioned in other
guidebooks. Some of the advice is not so obvious and is mentioned
only in this book. What Ive tried to accomplish in these
pages is to give both first-time visitors and seasoned WDW pros
the nuts and bolts tips and information for a hassle-free WDW
This new 2011 edition contains updated touring plans, descriptions
and ratings of new -- and established -- attractions, and
a general update on Walt Disney World Resort that is current as
we go to press. If you follow my recommendations and touring plans,
you will be as prepared as possible for a successful voyage to
Steven M. Barrett
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