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Posted: June 04, 2003 12:29 am/pm Quote

Quote (jenniferk97 @ June 04, 2003 10:17 am/pm)
BTW, I've ordered the new DisneyLAND Passporter, just to keep this thread "on topic."  I think we might just go there next, but still go to WDW as planned in 2006.

Jennifer K.

Wow!

Thanks for ordering that, and an even bigger thanks for telling me about this! I knew they had a PassPorter guide to the Disney Cruise Line, but this is the first I heard that they are already expanding even more with a PassPorter guide to Disneyland!

You ordered it even before it starts shipping. Great!

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Posted: July 13, 2003 12:23 am/pm Quote

I have to admit, the passporter is my FAVORITE planner, I really like the pockets where you can write down daily events, memories etc... It is funny I wrote down things that I forgot about when we got home.. it was nice to remember some of the funny things that happened.
I would recommend this planner to EVERYONE!!

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Posted: July 13, 2003 10:55 am/pm Quote

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With the risk of being shot.......

What do you find the biggest benefit to be for owning PP?  I've been debating and I watched the "preview" video on the PP site.  Actually, it was the "preview" video that made  me think it wasn't all that good, or what I thought it was going to be  :o

This is definately NOT to start a debate.  Part of me is screaming "HURRY UP AND BUY IT", and the other part is saying, don't bother.

So again I ask, can you name the biggest benefits to owning?

Thanks

Jennifer and Dave keep you better updated then any other. They also have the Passporter pouches which I now could not live with out. I kkep alll my PS # writen on the day by day. and You can put recites and other things in them. I find it keeps me more organized. Bidibums is good but you can only read it. Passporter keeps all your info in one place. I vote you go for it and order one.

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Posted: July 16, 2003 8:41 am/pm Quote

I have used the Passporter to plan both my 2000 and 2002 trip to WDW  :)   I love using it to jot down notes (always use pencil! ), then change my plans if need be.  Makes everything so simple.  I keep anything I don't want to forget in the pockets, like the prepaid gas cards and right before we leave, the tickets.  The free pages in the back I use to write down things I need to buy before we leave. Since we have a camper, this usually consists of a grocery list!  :D  There is also so much information in it, you can't go wrong!  I particularly like that it tells you how long each attraction is.  You see, my husband is chronically ill and it's nice to know which ride would give him 20 - 30 minutes of sit down time! This would also work well for parents with small kids who need down time....kids could get some  :sleepy: !

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Posted: Sep. 09, 2003 5:00 am/pm Quote

I love my Passporter Deluxe  :D   I have all the PS numbers and dates written down all in one place so that when I need them, they are right there.  I love the pockets that they give you to store stuff and all the info on all the Resorts!  So wonderful!! :)  I am going to get the Passporter Cruise Line edition as soon as we book that trip....(hopefully November 2004 :) )  Since I have never been on a cruise I will need all the help I can get. :crazy:

DH relies on me to keep us organized on our trips and have all the info we need.  This passporter helps me out so much to keep everything in one place
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Posted: Sep. 10, 2003 9:21 am/pm Quote

If we are not going to WDW until late 2004, would it be worth it to just wait until the new PP comes out, or will the 2003 edition not be that different?  I have more time to plan now (on maternity leave) than I will later!

Thanks!

Amy


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Posted: Sep. 10, 2003 9:36 am/pm Quote

Amy, if you have more time to plan now, I say get it now :)  As far as I know, it doesn't change too much (could be wrong on that though) but most of the info for Disney stays the same....I would get it now since you have time to plan rather than wait for when you don't have as much time and not really use it.  But that's just my opinion :)

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Posted: Sep. 10, 2003 10:23 am/pm Quote

And don't forget, if choose to buy one, using this link will help the Disney Echo!
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Posted: Sep. 11, 2003 5:19 am/pm Quote

Hmmm...maybe I will wait, but when I get it next year, I will get it off this site!  I think I have a tentative itinerary that may have to be changed when I figure out how my one month old's temperament is (I am hoping it is the kind of temperament that will sleep in a stroller!;).  

What do you think of this for a 1 year old and a 6 year old (all subject to change!;):

Saturday, September 18:

arrive; go to MK (3pm parade?); Gala Feast at the Grand Floridian


Sunday, September 19:

Epcot--
Princess Storybook Breakfast, ice cream social

Fort Wilderness--Hoop Dee Doo Revue


Monday, September 20 (this is supposed to be an extra special day)

Cinderella's Royal Table (if possible)

spend the day at Animal Kingdom and go to the parade


Tuesday, September 21

Magic Kingdom

Chef Mickey's for dinner?


Wednesday, September 22

MGM Studios

ADULTS NIGHT OUT!


Thursday, September 23

Ohana breakfast

Magic Kingdom

Spirit of Aloha (8pm show)


Friday, September 24

depart   :uhoh:


Any comments welcome!

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Posted: Sep. 11, 2003 7:09 am/pm Quote

Quote (aimsicle @ Sep. 11, 2003 4:19 am/pm)
Hmmm...maybe I will wait, but when I get it next year, I will get it off this site!

Yoo Hoo, Amy!

Thank you so much!

I think your schedule looks great. Better start getting your reservations and Priority Seatings now!
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