Afternoon tea is a great excuse to slow down and enjoy life, particularly when you’re a busy, active traveler. It’s a bit more challenging if you can’t eat gluten since most afternoon tea items like cookies, sandwiches, scones, and mini-muffins are full of gluten. I had the best gluten-free afternoon tea I’ve ever had on Mackinac Island, MI, at Grand Hotel, and I’m hooked! Even if you’re not gluten-free, this is an option for you if you have afternoon tea more than once during your visit should you wish to mix it up even further. Read my review of their standard Afternoon Tea here.
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!