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Tag Archives: guidebook
So you want to take a trip to Disneyland Paris. Perhaps you’re a local to one of Disney’s statside parks or perhaps you’re just not the type to over plan. What are the basics you need to understand in order … Continue reading
Does cold weather have you dreaming of your next trip to Walt Disney World? Well put down those hand warmers and pick up a guidebook. Whether it’s your first trip or your fiftieth, The Complete Walt Disney World 2012 by … Continue reading
Are you a Mousejunkie? There’s no shame in admitting it. If so, it’s likely you’ve lived much of the advice provided in the non-traditional Walt Disney World guidebook. But if you’re asking yourself, “Mousejunkie? What is that?” Or you still … Continue reading
Former Disney Imagineer Mark Hickson is now blogging over at “Disney by Mark.” He’s been cheerfully sharing some unique peeks behind the magic along with pieces from his collection of Disney memorabilia. I’m particularly enjoying his scans of the 1955 … Continue reading
When it comes to planning a vacation to Walt Disney World there are two books the you hear mentioned over and over again as the best – The Unofficial Guide which has a long history and many versions, and The … Continue reading