Welcome! We're happy you've found the PassPorter Community -- the friendliest place to plan your vacation to Walt Disney World, Disney Cruise Line, Disneyland, and the world in general! You are now viewing the PassPorter Message Board Community as a guest, which gives you limited access. As our guest, feel free to browse our messages by selecting the forum you want to visit from the list below.
To post messages and ask questions, join our FREE community today and you'll get access to tools and resources not available to guests, such as our vacation countown timers, "living" avatars, private messaging system, database searches, downloads, and a special PassPorter discount code. Registration is fast, simple, and completely free. Just click the Join Our Community link.
We are planning a trip to Disneyland in December 2013 and are considering staying in a vacation rental. We have stayed in various good neighbour properties over the years and have been very happy everywhere we have stayed but we are looking for something with a bit more room this time with 2 teens in tow. Any recommendations or suggestions?
PassPorter's Free-Book to Walt Disney World Itís hard to believe anything is free at Walt Disney World; but there are actually a number of things you can get or do for little to no cost. This e-book documents over 200 free or cheap tips to do before you go and after you arrive. You could save a considerable amount of money following these tips. Perhaps more importantly; you can discover overlooked attractions and little-known details most people whiz by on their way to spend money. Click here to see free sample pages from the e-book! Get this popular e-book free of extra charges when you join the PassPorter's Club for as little as $4.95. A club pass includes access to all our other e-books; e-worksheets; super-size photos; and more! This e-book is also available for separate purchase in the PassPorter Online Store for just $5.95.
I don't know if there are any vacation homes, but we stayed in a Residence Inn that might work for your family. It had a room with two beds and a bathroom on the first floor, and an upstairs area with a queen bed and a bathroom. It also had a small kitchen and a living room. This was the Residence Inn Anaheim Maingate -- there is another Residence Inn a bit farther from the parks, but I don't know if it has similar rooms.