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    Hi all,

    Is this guide (The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World) any good?

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    I've only ever used Birnbaum's so I'm not sure. Books are nice for some major categories of information, but things change so fast (particularly in this economy) that it's hard to capture it all in any book.

    What sort of information were you looking to have in a book format?






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    i love the wdw passporter its been a while since i bought the one you mention so not sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 193669
    I've only ever used Birnbaum's so I'm not sure. Books are nice for some major categories of information, but things change so fast (particularly in this economy) that it's hard to capture it all in any book.

    What sort of information were you looking to have in a book format?
    I guess I just like to have something in my hand and refresh my knowledge of Disney parks and hopefully get more tips...

    Jeff




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    Another vote for the PassPorter!

    I like it the best of any I've found although the Unofficial is rumored to be good also.

    Tom (... there's probably an app for that!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deafjeff, post: 193667
    Hi all,

    Is this guide (The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World) any good?

    Jeff
    I really like the unofficial guide Jeff its not usually very fluffy it tells it as it is which I find refreshing and useful

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    I like the unofficial the passporter.

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    The above are both very good, detailed books.

    I bought this one last year:

    The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney Wor: Amazon.co.uk: Susan Veness: Books

    If you have been before and are looking for interesting tips, etc., this book is excellent.
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    ooohh not sure which one to get now unofficial and the secret of disney world...... knowing me I might just get both LOL!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Deafjeff, post: 193732
    ooohh not sure which one to get now unofficial and the secret of disney world...... knowing me I might just get both LOL!

    There are some of us that will buy all of them........
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