Happy Friday. Today I’m back with another Disney post. (Because you can never have too much Disney, am I right?). Speaking of Disney, I saw The Rise of Skywalker last night. No spoilers but I’m curious what others thoughts of the film were. I see that it’s the lowest rated Star Wars film to date (Um… have y’all see Attack of the Clones? And let’s not even speak about that Han Solo film). If you’ve seen The Rise of Skywalker, feel free to DM me on Instagram or Twitter and let me know if you liked the film or not.
No trip to Disney World is complete without stopping by Disney Springs. Whether that be for dinning, shopping or people watching, Disney Springs is a definite must for any Disney vacay.
And Disney Springs During Christmastime is a must see for sure!
I’m back from Disney so obviously that means it’s time for another Disney post. If you’ve been following me/this blog for a while then you already know how much I LOVE Epcot. In fact, Epcot is my absolute favorite Disney Park. (Epcot is kind of a weird park because people either love it or hate it. Me? I love it!).
One of the things I love the most about Epcot is its many festivals. There are currently four Epcot festivals; the International Festival of the Arts, the Food & Wine Festival, the Flower and Garden Festival and the Festival of the Holidays. (*Cough* the International Festival of the Arts is the best by a LONG shot *cough*).
Today’s post is dedicated to the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays Cookie Stroll!
Happy Thursday. I was suppose to post this Wednesday/Yesterday but I had to stay late at work. Anyway…I’m so glad it’s finally Thursday because I’m at Disney World! Yay! I’ve missed my second home/ Disney World so much. I’m forever grateful that I have a job/work for a company that allows me to travel so much.
Speaking of traveling, I spent last weekend (well, like a day and a half) in DC. While in DC I got to visit the National Portrait Gallery. As so all know, I love me some museums! (And this one is exception).
Here are some photos from the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
Traveling has honestly become one of my favorite things to do. And as I’ve gotten older, I’ve had the incredible opportunity to be able to travel more. (And luckily, I have a job that allows me the freedom to travel often). I’ve loved posting travel guides lately and thought it would be fun to share another one today.
(Be sure to check out my Philadelphia travel guide and St. Louis travel guide).
I recently took a quick trip to New York City. Although I’ve visited NYC dozens of times, this was one of my shortest trips. I only had 48 hours to really explore NYC. Two days might sound short, but I’m here to tell you that there’s TONS to explore in New York City in a short amount of time.
Here’s what to see, do and eat in New York City:
As you all know, I LOVE holidays. No really, I love them. Christmas, Halloween, Easter, heck even Arbor Day! I just love celebrating. And no one does the holidays quite like the Disney Parks. With Halloween right around the corner, you might be wondering “Which is better during Halloween time, Disneyland or Disney World?”. Well, today I’m here to answer that question.
I’m going to be rating the parks based on five categorizes: Halloween Parties, Ride Layovers, Other Offerings Nearby, Treats and Decor. Each category will have a “winner”. In the end, the park with the most wins…wins!
Also, this post is essentially comparing Magic Kingdom (located in Walt Disney World Resort) and Disneyland (located within Disneyland Resort) during Halloween time.