Name of a Trip Planning Site

Discussion in 'Theme Parks Attractions and Strategies' started by NickyKnack, Jan 24, 2014.

  1. NickyKnack

    NickyKnack DIS Veteran

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    There are two trip planning sites that get talked about here all the time, one is EasyWDW, the other I can't remember the name of. It's a pay site and it actually takes everything you want to do and makes a plan for you... can someone tell me what it's called?

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    . . . .also, much of the content at Touring Plans - I would even say "most" of the content - is available for free.
     
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    Yes, Touring Plans - used it for the last few visits and find it very useful.
     
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    Could also be tourguidemike.com, which I loved for our first couple of trips - as it's very fun to use. But, I have not renewed my membership because word is, Mike is no longer running it and it's not up to date. Too bad, it was so good! After a few trips, I've found the need to do commando touring is less and less... it becomes more about the enjoying the days than how much stuff you can get done. That said, I've switched to touringplans and am still working out a basic skeleton for my days (which FP's on which days, what to ride first without an FP.) The new FP+ system is actually a relief to me - we can sleep in a bit knowing we'll at least get 3 e-listist attractions, plus the ambiance, plus good food (with ADRs!) I think it's going to be good in the end...(hoping so!)

    Hope that helps! Don't get me wrong - nothing wrong with touring with a plan, especially your first time! We don't do lines, and it was imperative that we took afternoon breaks for DH's sanity, so getting there at RD with a plan took the pressure off the rest of the day! Have fun!
     

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