We ended up with an unexpected extra day in Paris, and some friends invited us to join them for a day at Disneyland Paris. I’ve been to Disneyland in Anaheim, California, Walt Disney World in Florida, and Tokyo DisneySea in Japan, and though this park was the smallest, it was still a fun way to spend a day that didn’t require much planning. While visiting this park can be as simple as showing up and exploring where the wind takes you, I do recommend adjusting your expectations if you’ve visited other Disney parks, which I’ll get into later. That’s not to say Disneyland Paris isn’t worth visiting, but it was also very different from the other parks. I hope this guide helps you have a wonderful time.
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Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Travel Guide
I absolutely adore Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom near Orlando, Florida. Robin and I have made so many fun memories there together, from visiting with his family on the trip we became engaged, visiting with our two best friends, Jamie & Shane, who got engaged during our trip, and most recently visiting for the most magical press trip ever! There is so much to eat, see, and do in Magic Kingdom for people of all ages, and I can’t wait to share with you my very favorite things to do in the most magical place on Earth.
The Boathouse Restaurant Disney Springs
The Boathouse Restaurant at Disney Springs, near Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, is one of the most sophisticated restaurants in Disney Springs. Dine along the waters of Lake Buena Vista, take a post-meal retro amphibious car tour around the lake, and enjoy seafood & drinks you can’t find anywhere at Walt Disney World.
Q&A Vol. 8 – Answering Your Questions About Walt Disney World
I’m answering your questions about Walt Disney World, including how to make your Walt Disney World vacation as luxurious as possible by adding on VIP tours, rare dining experiences, yacht tours, private fireworks viewing, and so much more, along with questions about what to wear, what to pack, where to eat, and so much more!
A Week at Walt Disney World – What It’s Like to be a Travel Writer Pt. 3
I’m taking you along on our Week at Walt Disney World press trip today! We did so many incredible things around all 4 Disney Parks, Disney Springs, and various resorts around Walt Disney World, that I’ve been so excited to share with you! This is the final part of my much-requested “What It’s Like to Be a Travel Writer” series.
Why Walt Disney World Isn’t Just for Kids
Walt Disney World isn’t just for kids! Here are some of the reasons why there’s so much to eat, see, and do at the happiest place on Earth for adults too! From fine dining and high-end shopping to exhilarating rollercoasters, live concerts, and entertainment, as well as special festivals and events, there’s something for every adult to enjoy at Walt Disney World!
All About Epcot at Walt Disney World
If you’ve heard that Epcot isn’t as fun as the other parks, I’m here to try to change your minds. Maybe I’m excited about it because it’s a travel themed theme park, which is clearly right up my alley, or maybe it’s because I don’t like when things aren’t given a fair shake, but either way, I’m sharing all of the fun things to see and do in each region of the park, along with my favorite foods to eat and drink at Epcot, as well as a few fun facts about various regions. I hope this encourages you to spend some quality time at Epcot on your next trip to Walt Disney World!
Out of Office for a Week at Walt Disney World
This week, I’ll be out of the office to spend a week at Walt Disney World for their #HappyPlace content creator event. When they invited me to join them, I was so excited I couldn’t sleep, because I absolutely love visiting theme parks! In fact, I hope to visit all of the Disney Parks around the world one day. During this visit, we will be exploring all 4 WDW parks and Disney Springs and highlighting all of the fun things to do in the parks for adults, proving that Walt Disney World isn’t just for kids!
Disneyland: The Luxury Travel Guide + Insider Advice
Disneyland in Anaheim, California is often called “The Happiest Place on Earth”, and for good reason! Every aspect of the park is carefully designed to be an incredible experience from the moment you set foot inside the park, until long after you leave. The staff, or cast members as they’re called, are exceptional and will do whatever it takes to help guests have a great time, and with endless dining, lodging, and experience options, there’s something for everyone at Disneyland!
Tokyo DisneySea: The Luxury Travel Guide
Tokyo DisneySea was our last stop during our tour of Japan, and I couldn’t think of a better way to end our time in the Land of the Rising Sun than by visiting Tokyo Disney’s water themed park before heading to Haneda Airport. Inspired by classic fairytales of the sea, like The Little Mermaid, Tokyo DisneySea is an incredible expression of storytelling taken to the next level. The park consists of 7 themed ports, Port Discovery, the American Waterfront, Mediterranean Harbor, Mysterious Island, Arabian Coast, Mermaid Lagoon, and the Lost River Delta. Read on to see how much there is to do at the park, from marveling at the incredibly ornate architecture and trying foods unique to the park, to riding rides, meeting characters, and experiencing your favorite films in a larger-than-life setting.
Green Animals Topiary Garden in Newport, Rhode Island
Green Animals Topiary Garden in Newport, Rhode Island, was the most whimsical and unique garden I’ve visited on the East Coast. Located along Narragansett Bay in a garden that’s existed for over a century, the nation’s oldest topiary garden celebrates plant art. It is such a lovely place to stroll during our most recent visit to Rhode Island. With seven acres to explore and 80 topiary animals, plus a special exhibition featuring Lego statues of native plants and pollinators and an abundance of colorful blooming flowers, this is a garden botanical enthusiasts won’t want to miss.
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