This November we had the opportunity to take a three-night vacation on Disney Cruise Line’s Fantasy ship. This was our first experience back after the COVID Honeymoon Cruise and it did not disappoint! Check In First, we have to explain how easy it is to cruise out of Port Canaveral versus Miami. A quick driveContinue reading “Our Return to Cruising on Disney’s Very Merry Christmas Cruise”
Last summer we had to opportunity to spend two nights in York, ME. This quiet seaside community depicts everything you’d expect from a New England Coastal town, but without the prices and crowds of some of the more popular destinations. (Hello, Freeport and L.L. Bean chaos.) First, we have to tell you about the campgroundContinue reading “Camping on a Cliff”
Just in time for Halloween, one of the creepiest roadside attractions on the East Coast.
Why did the rooster cross the road? Key West, FL
Wondering which restaurants to reserve on your trip to Walt Disney World? Here’s our candid review of Germany’s Biergarten Restaurant at Epcot.
The journey isn’t all about the destination, sometimes it’s the unique things you come across along the way. If your travels take you along the interstates in the South, be sure to see if a Buc-ee’s is on your route. Not your normal convenience store/travel stop, these stores cater only to traveling vehicles – noContinue reading “Buc-ee’s and the Taj-mah Stalls”
A review of three portable fans by a traveling kid.
A recent visit to Epcot for the Festival of the Arts.
When all’s said and done, all roads lead to the same end. So it’s not so much which road you take, as how you take it. – Charles de Lint
A unique holiday activity with lifeguard chairs in the off season.