Let’s face it, visiting a theme park resort destination is not precisely a budget vacation, and the Worlds of Discovery parks are no exception. Of course, compared to other forms of entertainment, theme parks offer excellent value for the dollar, as most people will agree.
Nonetheless, most of us must keep an eye on how much money we are spending, so throughout the book I have tried to give you a quick idea of how much things like restaurants and hotels cost using dollar signs.
For restaurants, I have tried to estimate the cost of an average meal, without alcoholic beverages. In the case of full-service restaurants, I have based my estimate on a “full” meal consisting of an appetizer or salad, an entree, and dessert. In Chapter Five: Resort Hotels, I cover a number of upscale Orlando hotels in some depth, but I also include more moderate options that are convenient to the parks. For those hotels, I have tried to estimate the cost of one night’s stay in a double room.
The cost rankings are as follows:
||$15 - $25
||$100 - $150
||$25 - $40
||$150 - $200
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