If you ask me, the second best part of going to Disney is the food. The first is, of course, the magic of the place (in my opinion). But, the food! I try to stress to people, as I am planning their vacations, to pay close attention to their dining options and give me plenty of time to plan for them. And quite honestly the dining reservations take me the longest to plan out anyway. I have spent hours making reservations to get a clients vacation just right. (I could spend hours booking your next trip too! Click here to learn more).
So, when I saw this guide I though how perfect it would be both for me and my clients! The DFB Guide to WDW Dining is a comprehensive guide to eating in Disney. Let’s face it, Disney World is expensive! And a good chunk of your money will go to dining, even if you get the dining plan (which I highly recommend). Disney covers 40 square miles and there are hundreds of restaurants and dining locations. The DFB guide will help you make wise dining decisions.
Some tips on dining from the DFB Guide:
- Book your reservations as far in advance as possible, planning your dining should not be an afterthought.
- Dining in Disney is part of the experience!
- Advance planning will save you money
|Disney Dining plan guide|
The DFB Guide is over 250 pages of information with color photos and offers an easy to follow 5 step guide to planning your dining. The money saving advice in this book pays for itself! You get insider tips and expert advice on food in Disney. Author AJ Wolfe, also author of the Disney Food Blog, has compiled the best, easiest to follow guide on Disney food you will find on the market.
The book is available as a download which has many advantages. First, it is always up to date and second it can be downloaded to any PC and your phone for on the go information. The book has clickable links for easy navigation, it is searchable from your computer and you can take it with you anywhere! Plus you get it the minute your transaction is finished, so there is no wait. The book also includes many extras like downloadable worksheets for trip planning, sample dining itineraries, top 5 lists and indexes of bars and lounges. An amazing deal for only $18.95.
As an added bonus, there are also several mini guides like the 125 page guide to the Epcot Food and Wine Festival (coming up, you can read more here) which includes an updated schedule of events and photos for $13.95.
|guide to epcot food and wine festival|
And, the mini guide to snacks at the Magic Kingdom. The guide includes photos, reviews and prices of over 70 individual snacks at the Magic Kingdom! You will learn to get the most for your money and snack credits. Both guides are also downloadable to take on the go. Plus, it offers fun ideas like snack crawls and a clickable map of snack locations for only $8.95.
|guide to magic kingdom snacks|
You can buy any of the guides by clicking the pictures or Click here to view more details
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