Friday, September 24, 2004

Disneyland Hotel - Part Two

Even though we have reservations at the Disneyland Hotel, I still continue to check for lower rates. Around the first part of August I see that booking a vacation package through the Walt Disney Travel Company is actually less expensive than purchasing each component separately. Plus they include some extra goodies like a souvenier photo, priority seating at some shows, a pin and the most coveted item, the official Walt Disney Travel Company lanyard. Last year, we were quite envious of those who were sporting this nifty lanyard and the plastic holder that provided an excellent place to store your fastpasses.

First, I called the Disneyland Hotel and checked to see if there were any special offers available to reduce the cost of our already booked rooms. There were not, and in fact the rates had actually increased since I made our reservations. Next, I called the Walt Disney Travel Company and booked a package which included rooms, premium annual passes, a three-day dining package (with a character breakfast at Goofy's kitchen) and all the little extras that went along with it. Finally, we were set. Or so I thought.


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