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  • ISBN 142311048X
  • ISBN13 978-1423110484
  • Language English
  • Author Birnbaum Guides
  • Publisher Disney Editions; New edition edition (September 30, 2008)
  • Pages 224
  • Formats lrf txt lit doc
  • Category Travels
  • Subcategory United States
  • Size ePub 1903 kb
  • Size Fb2 1399 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 900

In Birnbaum’s Walt Disney World Without Kids, the most respected and well-known name in travel guides takes adult readers through the world’s most popular tourist attraction. Because our guide is the only guide that’s official, this book includes the most accurate information on prices and attractions. None of the other guides have access to the information that our authors do. This book focuses on the resorts, attractions, restaurants, and special places that adults will most enjoy and probably never realized existed.This year’s edition is packed with information on new attractions and tips and insights especially tailored for the young at heart, plus expanded coverage of Walt Disney World's quartet of spas, the lowdown on Downtown Disney Pleasure Island's ongoing transformation, and News for Night Owls: a listing of spots for those who, unlike Cinderella, can stay out past midnight. Other features includethe scoop on the 20th anniversary happenings at Disney's Hollywood Studios (formerly Disney-MGM Studios), details on the World's newestrestaurants, and new insider tips on how to save time and money at Walt Disney World

The Birnbaum guide is released every year, but I've noticed that very little changes in the book over time. For example, The unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World 2009 has a great restaurant section that features readers polls. I've found it to be super helpful.

The Birnbaum guide is released every year, but I've noticed that very little changes in the book over time. Yes, my name is James, and I have a problem.

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Автор: Birnbaum Название: Birnbaum guides walt disney world without kids 2009 ISBN: 142311048X ISBN-13 . Since our guide is the only guide that's official, this book includes the most accurate and current information on prices and attractions.

Since our guide is the only guide that's official, this book includes the most accurate and current information on prices and attractions.

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book by Birnbaum Travel Guides. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 10 years ago. This book answers many of the questions I had about a trip w/o kids. I also bought the BB 2009 at the same time. It's good, but I'm not sure if the additional information was worth the additional purchase.

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Children are perhaps Walt Disney World's biggest fans. On playgrounds and in classrooms, there's always excited talk about who went to Walt Disney World and what they did each day-or minute

Children are perhaps Walt Disney World's biggest fans. On playgrounds and in classrooms, there's always excited talk about who went to Walt Disney World and what they did each day-or minute. It has become almost a rite of passage to visit America's most popular travel destination, and kids can be wonderful sources of information. Our book is written specifically for children, who range in age from 8 to 14. Every area and attraction of Walt Disney World is covered, with kids' honest reactions and impressions included

The book contains kid-focused descriptions of what's what at Walt Disney World, including theme parks, water parks, resorts, and sports; tips on how to find healthy meals and sweet treats-not to mention veggie burgers, caramel apples, and pizza.

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Winasana
I enjoyed reading this book. A very easy read, and fun for anyone planning a trip to WDW in the near future.
I'm a Russian Occupant
Birnbaum's Walt Disney World Without Kids is meant to be a companion to the Birnbaum's Walt Disney World 2009. For a book like this to be useful, it needs to provide extensive information on things that would be of use to adults yet not was deemed unworthy of inclusion in the main guide. After all, if it's in the main guide already why do we need this book? The guide also needs genuine critiques of restaurants and hotels that would be most suitable for romantic (or at least quiet) outings. Detailed reviews of dinner shows would also be a plus. These are just a few examples that single adults and couples might find useful. The key is that readers need good details and honest evaluations for a book of this type to have any value. The only other guide of this type that I have read was The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World for Grown-Ups (Unofficial Guides) and it failed to offer enough of value to justify its purchase. Did Birnbaum's fare better?

One undeniable strength is that this book retains the high production values of the Birnbaum's series. It's loaded with very nice photos. The writing is clear and concise making for a quick, easy read. In other words, the form is wonderful. But the substance, that's where we stumble. There are no real critiques or comparisons offered. The coverage is too shallow to allow you to truly discrimiate which places would be best suited to your needs. There is also too little material that isn't available in the standard guidebooks for the area. In the final analysis, there just isn't enough substance here to make it worth buying.

If you're looking for a guide to Orlando primarily composed of photos and basic coverage of the area, then the Birnbaum's Walt Disney World 2009 is by far the better choice. If you want a more substantial book that is packed with detailed information then the The Unofficial Guide Walt Disney World 2009 (Unofficial Guides) is your best bet. If you really want the full picture, buy both of them. But whatever approach you choose, save your money and skip this one.
iSlate
Birnbaum's Walt Disney World Without Kids is meant to be a companion to the Birnbaum's Walt Disney World 2008 (Birnbaum's Walt Disney World). For a book like this to be useful, it needs to provide extensive information on things that would be of use to adults yet not was deemed unworthy of inclusion in the main guide. After all, if it's in the main guide already why do we need this book? The guide also needs genuine critiques of restaurants and hotels that would be most suitable for romantic (or at least quiet) outings. Detailed reviews of dinner shows would also be a plus. These are just a few examples that single adults and couples might find useful. The key is that readers need good details and honest evaluations for a book of this type to have any value. The only other guide of this type that I have read was The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World for Grown-Ups (Unofficial Guides) and it failed to offer enough of value to justify its purchase. Did Birnbaum's fare better?

One undeniable strength is that this book retains the high production values of the Birnbaum's series. It's loaded with very nice photos. The writing is clear and concise making for a quick, easy read. In other words, the form is wonderful. But the substance, that's where we stumble. There are no real critiques or comparisons offered. The coverage is too shallow to allow you to truly discrimiate which places would be best suited to your needs. There is also too little material that isn't available in the standard guidebooks for the area. In the final analysis, there just isn't enough substance here to make it worth buying.

If you're looking for a guide to Orlando primarily composed of photos and basic coverage of the area, then the Birnbaum's Walt Disney World 2008 (Birnbaum's Walt Disney World) is by far the better choice. If you want a more substantial book that is packed with detailed information then the The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World 2008 (Unofficial Guides) is your best bet. If you really want the full picture, buy both of them. But whatever approach you choose, save your money and skip this one.
Anardred
I decided to buy this book as a supplement to Birnbaum's general Disney guide book. It's good, but I'm not sure if the additional information was worth the additional purchase. This book is excellent in terms of describing the various Walt Disney World resorts, but other than that most of the information overlaps with the general guide book. Also, the book seems geared toward older individuals and my girlfriend and I are fairly young (the authors seem to think that couples without kids in Disney World are mostly interested in finding quiet places, but my girlfriend and I are excitement seekers).
Gietadia
This book answers many of the questions I had about a trip w/o kids. I also bought the BB 2009 at the same time. Feel I should have bought one or the other....lots of duplicated material....