By the co-author of The easy Guide to Your Walt Disney World Visit 2020, the best-reviewed Disney World guidebook series ever.

Available on Amazon here.

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By Dave Shute

I’ve been lucky enough over the years to get some really nice notices here and there–for some examples, see the top of the right sidebar and the bottom of the left one. (Look for the word “Puffery” in the header!)

yourfirstvisit.netBut so far as I’ve noticed, the site has never gotten a full page review–that is, until yesterday.

Yesterday Chip & Company published a review that you can find here.

It’s really nice, and I greatly appreciate it! The more people that know about this site, the more it can help!

If you don’t know about Chip & Company, it’s been on this site’s list of recommended websites for years. Chip & Company publishes all kinds of brief articles touching on any Disney World topic you can imagine, and it’s got tons of readers and followers.

Thanks to Jodi, the writer of the review, and Chip, who runs the site! And check out the review!

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1 Heidi { 04.22.13 at 7:44 am }

What a great review of a very helpful website/resource! I’m a professed planning freak who has been to Disney as many times as I can possibly get there, yet I still find myself perusing your site for ideas and suggestions. Keep up the good work, Dave!

2 Dave { 04.22.13 at 8:30 am }

Thanks, Heidi!!!

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