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College Kids Spring Break Planning
by Samantha (Springfield, MA, USA)
My friends and I are planning our first joint Spring break to Disney World together. All of us except for one have been previously, but our parents have planned those trips. None of us have ever planned a weekend trip, let alone a vacation before.
We want to get the most out of our trip. We’re planning on going from March 15, 2019, to March 22, 2019. Do you have any advice for first-time planners that have been to the parks before?
Dad’s Advice for First Time Planners
Well, let’s see, do I have any advice for first-time planners. Yeah, Samantha, absolutely. Actually, that’s what my book is all about. Dad’s Simple Fun Magic Guide to Walt Disney World Planning was written with first-time planners in mind. It walks you through every step from making your hotel reservations, from planning when to go, from even how to create a budget, from what rides, or how to pick the rides you’re going to ride, when to go, all of that stuff is in here. Basically, it’s 249 pages of just exactly what you want, advice for first-time planners. That’s what the book is all about.
The first thing you need to get is Dad’s book. There’s just nothing better you can get to help first-time visitors plan your trip, and it’s fun. It’s fun. Trust me, if you’re planning a trip get you need Dad’s book. It’s just that simple.
The bottom line is I could go step-by-step through the planning process and we’d be here for hours, but that’s what the book does. It takes you step-by-step. It’s the perfect guide for First Time Planners.
Go get the book and all the great advice is right there in the book, including the number one thing and that’s relax, enjoy and have fun planning your trip. Planning a Disney Vacation is Fun. It’s Simple, it’s Magic.