Disclosure: I was given a copy of this eBook to read and provide a review. All opinions are honest and my own.
Going to Walt Disney World sounds like a dream come true right? It sure is – if you do it the right way! That means spending a lot of time (and maybe a lot of money) making those dreams come true. Vacations shouldn’t be work and who wants to spend days counting down by researching the rides you need to FastPass+ or how much dinner’s going to cost you? That budget you set up seems to be spent and you’re not even in the parks yet.
Enter Lou Mongello. One great way to spend time counting down to your vacation is listening to his weekly radio show WDW Radio. Each week Lou shares his picks on everything from attractions to dining (more focus on the dining part). His knowledge of Disney will impress you very much but you’ll be drawn in by his laid back, guy next door vibe. Listening to Lou’s weekly podcast will not only get you excited for your next vacation but help you get some of that research done to help keep you on budget. With almost 360 shows in the books, it’s hard to go back and catch up on all the old shows (you can see the topics discussed in the show name which is helpful if you’re looking for information on something specific) but worth the time (if you’re driving downloading and listening to the podcasts is a great way to pass the time!).
Writing isn’t something new for Lou. He’s written several books in the past. This time he’s compiled a huge list of tips and tricks to help you save money on your next Walt Disney World vacation. As someone who’s visited the parks a good number of times, I was worried there wouldn’t be anything new in here for me but I was surprised to see there were a couple of new things for even the seasoned traveler. In my opinion this eBook is a perfect fit for someone who’s new to Disney or hasn’t been in a while and needs a refresher. Things change so quickly at Disney but these tips will withstand those changes and help your family have a more stress free vacation. Be sure to check out the video below for my favorite part of the book: