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For Travelers Who Want More Than the Official Line!
The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World® for Grown-Ups
The Series with More than 4 Million Copies Sold!
Hotels & attractions, ranked and rated
Insider tips that save you time & money
"Best Travel Series of the Year" —Booklist
From the publishers of The Unofficial Guide® to Walt Disney World ®
"A Tourist's Best Friend!"
—The New York Times
Five Great Features and Benefits
offered ONLY by The Unofficial Guide ®:
Tips on when to go and how to beat the crowds
Practical tips on how to plan knock-out weddings, honeymoons, and anniversaries in Disney World
Insider advice on Disney's exciting nightlife: Where to pop the question, dance all night, and find the best microbrews
The lowdown on the best shops and souvenirs, so you can spend less time searching and more time having fun
The straight story on Disney's golf and tennis facilities—as well as where to climb a rock wall and water slide at 60 mph
The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror (FASTPASS) 5 stars
When to go Before 9:30 a.m., after 6 p.m., or use FASTPASS. Average wait in line per 100 people ahead of you 4 minutes (assuming all elevators operating). Loading speed Moderate. Description and comments At nearly 200 feet tall (and 13 hotel stories), The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror is a visual landmark, and one of Disney World's most meticulously themed attractions, with an elaborate storyline, fantastic details, real thrills and dizzying mind trips, and that blend of humor and horror that really sticks to ya. (It cost nearly $100,000 to construct in the early 1990s, and that doesn't count the several rounds of tinkering and terrorizing since.) The Tower of Terror is unique, in that the ride is never exactly the same because the drops and jerks are randomly selected, and not even the number of seconds (which can feel like minutes) that a drop lasts is entirely predictable.About the Author:
Eve Zibart, author of several books including The Unofficial Guide to New Orleans, The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World for Grown-ups, and The Ethnic Food Lover’s Companion, is a feature writer and restaurant critic for the “Weekend” section of the Washington Post; she drew on her intimate knowledge of D.C.’s diverse after-hours scene and the area’s vast array of dining spots when writing our entertainment and restaurant sections. Eve also scoped out where to find the best deals for our chapter on shopping.
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