Traveling with children
You’re planning a trip to Disney World in Orlando, and wondering where to start, yes? It can be overwhelming, when you dig into the internet, to discover exactly WHAT you should be doing to plan a trip to Disney, and have fun while doing so.
The Thames River valley is steeped in history and tradition. To me, it is the epitome of the English countryside. I’ve been lucky to visit many times and was looking for a fresh perspective this trip. I decided to try a close-up perspective, a zoomed-in look at the details that make up this landscape that I love.ShareThis
For me, Christmas has always meant gray skies and cold air, wood smoke and pine trees, home-cooked meals with hot chocolate, and, with a bit of good luck (or bad luck, if you’re the one doing the shoveling), a bit of snow. But how does Christmas in Disney compare? In some ways, the two are not that different.
Remember when your mom, uncle, gramma, or older sibling read books to you when you were small? It was a magical time – maybe at bedtime, or maybe during the afternoon on a stormy day when you couldn’t go play outside (or head outside to read in a tree, as I did). Books and family – two of my very favorite things.
We found a home. When we were invited to the White House for the Summit on Study Abroad and Global Citizenship this past week, we knew we'd need a home base.
Chuck E. Cheese’s is an awesome place to go where there are rides, games, and kids running around just because they’re so happy. There are many fun attractions, such as a man in a costume dressed as a giant mouse with a big smile. There are also great deals on food, such as pizza and soda, for when you are hungry.