101 Free Things To Do In Disney & Orlando (2012 Edition) (Travel Free eGuidebooks)
|Author: Daniel Davidson|
Sales Rank: 275,017
Format: Kindle eBook
Language: English (Published)
Media: Kindle Edition
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: June 28, 2012
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I have traveled to over 40 countries, and I’ll admit it, I’m still chasing that sense of excitement and wonder I had as a kid in Epcot Center. Walt Disney World sparked my love of seeing the world.
The folks at the Walt Disney Company are experts at what they do: experts at providing a great family experience, experts at creating a dream-world for kids, and experts at separating you from your money!
On my last trip to Disney, I was determined to find some free ways the whole family could have some fun without me hearing that giant sucking sound in my wallet.
Not only was I able to find free activities, attractions, souvenirs, and entertainment, but we actually stayed under budget. At Disney! Can you believe it? I even figured out ways to get free entrance to the parks and upgrade tickets.
The key was finding and taking advantage of the free activities both inside Disney and around the entire Orlando area. Orlando is a major travel destination with plenty of businesses willing to give it away for free just to get you in the door.
Some totally 100% free experiences you can have include:
+ Free Disney films, concerts, parades, and festivals
+ Learn to draw Disney characters from a REAL Disney animator
+ Complimentary golf club rental
+ Sing around a campfire with Chip ‘n Dale
+ Wake up Tinkerbell
+ Soak in a hot spring
+ Be the Veteran Of The Day
+ Free souvenirs
+ Free tours, free music, free butterfly farms, free outdoor activities and much much much more!
This book is all about discovering the FREE stuff in Disney World and Orlando, whether it be an experience, place, or event. Yes, you can have that great family vacation without breaking the bank.
Everything you need is in this guidebook. Each well-researched listing gives a description of the destination and lists when it’s free. I’ve included links to websites for more information, address and contact information, and links to Google maps to get directions. An interactive map at the end shows the locations of all the places in this book.
There’s also a chapter on how to use time share presentations to get free tickets to the Disney parks.
Please note that free can mean totally free, or free with the purchase of something else. If an attraction is free only during certain times, I’ve listed those times for your convenience.
Also know that I have made every attempt to keep this book updated and will edit it when new information becomes available. It can hard to keep up, so if you find something that needs correcting, please let me know. If you have any suggestions or requests, I’d love to hear that too.
I hope this book serves you well and makes your trip memorable, fun, and affordable. And if you like this book, be sure to sign up for my Free Travel Ideas newsletter at FreeTravelIdeas.com.
2. Free Attractions/Activities/Entertainment
3. Free Music
4. Free Food & Drink
5. Free Transportation & Parking
6. Free Entrance To The Disney Parks & Related Services
7. Free Kids Activities
8. Free Art
9. Free Museums
10. Free Disney Souvenirs & Other Stuff
11. Free Outdoor & Nature Activities
12. Flea Markets
13. Interactive Map
14. About The Author
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Since 1995, Daniel Davidson has visited over 40 countries and written about most of them. He’s been an Editor At Large for Gorp.com, Explore.com and several print publications that no longer exist except in libraries and a couple boxes in his basement. He writes a free money-saving travel newsletter at www.FreeTravelIdeas.com
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