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Walt Disney World Peak Seasons: Maximizing your Disney Vacation

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Walt Disney World Peak Seasons: Maximizing your Disney Vacation 

“The book is published....but what is it about?” by Scott Donahue

My book entitled, Walt Disney World Peak Seasons: Maximizing your Disney Vacation, is now published and available online at stores such as Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com, and Borders.com to name a few. 

The big question I have been receiving is what is the book about?  The book is for anyone who has to vacation at Walt Disney World during Easter/Spring Break, summer, or Christmas.  These are the most crowded times of the year at Walt Disney World, and many visitors are not properly prepared to tour the parks and deal with the overflow of guests.

Walt Disney World Peak Seasons: Maximizing your Disney Vacation provides the guests with tips and advice on how to make the most of your vacation during these seasons.  It also gives planning information for travel, dining, and what type of tickets to order. 

Walt Disney World Peak Seasons: Maximizing your Disney Vacation is geared for families that have never vacationed or are making their first or second trips to Walt Disney World during a peak season.  The best thing about this book though, is that while the focus is for a begining at Walt Disney World, there are tips that can even help a Disney veteran maximize their time.

          The peak seasons are a “whole new world” for families who are accustomed to vacationing at Walt Disney World during the months of January, February, or September.  During the peak seasons you must have a general plan ahead of time if you wish to maximize your time at Walt Disney World.

          I hope that you find that Walt Disney World Peak Seasons: Maximizing your Disney Vacation truly provides you with a different outlook on vacationing at Walt Disney World during any peak season.  You can have a great time regardless of the crowds, and this book should be able to provide you with ideas to help you maximize your time on your vacation.

  • A portion of the proceeds from my book, Walt Disney World Peak Seasons, will be donated to the PKD Foundation in my daughters name.  Click Here for more information
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Whats inside the book...



·         Stay “On-Property”

·         Decide what you can afford

·         Figure out how much time you will be in your room

·         Research to see what type of theme resort best fits the needs of your family

·         Make your resort reservation as early as possible.  You only need to pay one nights deposit when you make the reservation, and they will refund it if you cancel outside of 5 days prior to arrival.  It is best to make your reservation way in advance for the resort, room type and view while you can.  You can always change it later.

·         Take advantage of all the benefits of staying “On-Property”


·         Wait until a few months before your trip to pick your resort. You may be disappointed to know that the resort, room type, or view you wanted is unavailable.

Many more tips like these are in the book

Chapter 4:  Making the most of your time at the Parks

In order to maximize your time at the parks, you must begin your strategy first thing in the morning.  Get to the parks early
If you do not adhere to this, your trip will be set up for disappointment right from the beginning. Most books have touring plans and such, but the majority of these plans will not work during the peak seasons.  Some offer the
“commando style” touring approach that, unless you are a marathon runner, have no kids, or don’t care to actually enjoy Disney, work just fine. Who wants to have to race from ride to ride or stick to a strict schedule while on vacation?

The problem that I have found........ Chapt. 4


"Are these Giraffes looking in our window"?______________Expedition Everest

"I just rode Expedition Everest!"______________________Feb. crowds at MK

Hollywood Studio March Crowds___________________My Favorite Studios Ride

A little Snow White_______________________Rumor-New Disney Theme Park


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