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Table of Contents

3/8/05 Traveling with Baby – Advice for new parents on smooth traveling.

2/1/05 Magic Express – A complete rundown of Walt Disney World's new ticketing options.

12/22/04 Travel Tips – Simple suggestions to get you through your holiday travels.

8/4/04 Shoestring Souvenirs – Getting all your souvenirs and gifts without breaking the bank.

7/13/04 Party of One – Shoshana Lewin with advice on visiting Disneyland on your own.

8/27/03 Lighting Up – A smoker's survival guide to Disneyland.

1/22/03 Mickey Mouse Paint Job – Details on Alaska Airlines new Disney plane.

5/2/02 Beating the Crowds – Advice on making the busiest days easier to deal with

4/24/02 Staying Fit on Vacation – Handy tips, it's not at all hard to stay in shape while mousing around!

11/07/01 Traveling in a Changed World – Travel has changed since September 11, and Lani discusses some of the issues

6/27/01 Good News, Bad News - Surviving Summer Air Travel – Simple Steps to Minimize Travel Headaches

6/8/01 An American in Paris, Part II – More tips for Americans traveling to Paris

6/7/01 An American in Paris, Part I – Tips for Americans traveling to Paris

4/26/01 Tips on Tipping – Confused? Here's some guidelines

3/22/01 Disneyland on a Budget – Planning an affordable trip to the parks

2/28/01 I Wanna Hold Your Handheld – Vacation-Planning in the Palm of Your Hand

2/21/01 Readers Check In – Asking about the new hotel at Disneyland

1/31/01 Which Hotel at Disneyland? – The Grand Californian, the Disneyland Hotel and the Paradise Pier Hotel are all on property

12/29/00 Basic Security 101 – How to make it a safe trip to the happiest place on earth

11/24/00 The bare necessities for the “jungle” out there – Taking a "carry-in" for your park visit

10/20/00 Traveling with Children – Lani offers helpful advice and tips

9/29/00 Is LAX taxing, not reLAXing? – John Wayne Airport: Orange County's Hidden Oasis

8/24/00 Readers Check In – about Concierge-level service

8/10/00 Feel like royalty on your next Disneyland visit – Upgrading to Concierge-level service

6/29/00 Beat the Heat – and Still Have a Sizzling Vacation

5/24/00 “Not by the Hair of my Chinny Chin Chin” – Inns, Motels or Hotels? How to choose a place to stay

ABOUT THE EDITOR

Contact Lani Teshima if you have any travel tips or questions about trip planning.

A Hawaii ex-patriate, Lani is a technical writer for a San Francisco Bay Area software company.

When Lani is not managing the copy editing tasks here, you can usually find her at the gym, slogging away those slow miles on the treadmill as she trains for the WDW Marathon (held in January). She also maintains her internationally recognized Travelite FAQ.

In the occasional spare moment, Lani and her husband, Alex—our MousePlanet CEO and MouseAdventure event coordinator—attend baseball games, and drive down to Disneyland in their 2003 Honda Civic Hybrid (which gets 50mpg).

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