The Unofficial Guide Walt Disney World 2010 (Unofficial Guides) (Paperback)

The Unofficial Guide Walt Disney World 2010 (Unofficial Guides)

Review
“Find out how to avoid queuing and pay less in… Frommer’s unofficial guide books to Disneyworld and Disneyland.” (“TNT Magazine,” Monday 5th November 2007) Find out how to beat the queues, which rides to avoid, where to shop and dine, and how to cut costs.” (“Junior,” February 2008)

In 2008, combined Walt Disney World Resort© theme park attendance reached over 51 million, with the Magic Kingdom alone drawing over 17 million visitors. (Orlando Convention and Visit (more…)

Frommer’s Walt Disney World & Orlando 2008 (Frommer’s Complete) (Paperback)

Frommer's Walt Disney World & Orlando 2008 (Frommer's Complete)

Completely updated for 2008, Frommer’s Walt Disney World & Orlando is the perfect trip-planner for America’s #1 vacation destination—Disney World. A total of 50 million people visited Orlando in 2006, spending over $28 billion, according to the Orlando Convention & Visitor’s Bureau. Seven of the world’s top ten theme parks are in Orlando, and it’s the number one destination for families on the planet. This book will cover all of the highlights of the city, including (more…)

PassPorter’s Field Guide to the Disney Cruise Line and its Ports of Call (Paperback)

PassPorter's Field Guide to the Disney Cruise Line and its Ports of Call

The fifth edition of this best-selling guidebook contains in-depth coverage of the Disney Cruise Line’s 2007 Mediterranean itineraries and ports of call. It’s all here, from dining room menus and detailed deck plans to daily activities, shore excursions, and complete coverage of all the line’s stops. Consumer-friendly touches include recommended staterooms and rooms to avoid, an Internet café guide, tips on tipping, and much more. With scores of original photographs, maps, and ch (more…)

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Cinderella Dreams: The Allure of the Lavish Wedding (Life Passages, 2) (Paperback)

Cinderella Dreams: The Allure of the Lavish Wedding (Life Passages, 2)

From Publishers Weekly
Despite rampant unemployment, financial insecurity and dizzying personal debt levels, there’s still a place for purveyors of wedding gowns, flowers and multi-tiered cakes. Professors Otnes and Pleck, of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, amply explain why. Some of their observations aren’t surprising, as when they posit that weddings are a way to flaunt social prowess, but other insights about the link between consumer culture and wedding bells are (more…)