25 Tips for Visiting Disney World With Babies, Toddlers, and Young Kidsby Barbara Nefer
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"25 Tips for Visiting Disney World With Babies, Toddlers, and Young Kids" is packed with helpful information for anyone visiting the Walt Disney World theme parks with a baby, toddler, or pre-schooler. You'll find common sense advice, like bringing kid-friendly snacks to the parks and taking midday breaks, but there's added insider information. What if your child needs a nap, but you're not staying at an on-site hotel? Find out where to go for a convenient rest stop. You'll also learn about family-friendly amenities like the Baby Care Centers, how to save money on strollers and avert stroller thieves, how to safeguard young kids if they get lost, where to find a free character greeting that doesn't require theme park admission, how to get timid kids used to the characters, and much, much more.
This book is a must-read for Moms and Dads visiting Disney World for the first time with young children in tow. Even veterans might learn a trick or two about making a family trip go a little more smoothly.
The author. Barb Nefer, is an Orlando local and a Central Florida theme park expert. She writes about the parks for various magazines and on Examiner.com. Her books include:
How To See Walt Disney World Like a Local
Theme Park in Your Pocket Series: Complete eBook Guide to SeaWorld Orlando
Five Steps to Your Own Internet Travel Agency
Theme Park in Your Pocket Series: Complete eBook Guide to Legoland Florida
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